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    here's another update, deadline knocking on the door (wohoo third page!)
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    i feel like in this last painting you are trying to do too many things in one painting

    it feels like there are 5 different paintings happening at the same time i think you should try and focus on one or to elements that you like and flesh them out

    just my 2 cents keep up the fight !
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    Hmm, i think you've made yourself a harder job by doing it this way.

    First of all I think you went too fast too details in that grayscale sketch, leave it simple you will efine later. Overlay or color layer with basic colous and then overpaint. That's hwo most of people including myself are doing.
    Altho cool idea, ah big bad orc protecting a vunerable weak woman, is it love or desire? ;>

    P. S Those clouds start to look neat!

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    Zorcron thanks I will consider that
    Ice! yeah I was kinda carried over with this piece and started the rendering too soon, I am in the process of it it will take time until I finish it though because I can't release it before it looks the way I want it to.

    a quick speed painting was experimenting with brushes on this one.

    any way a little background about this dude, so he was walking around the scrabble in a local scrap yard to look for a pipe to fix his toilet, and he found one but it wasn't just an ordinary pipe it was the pipe of a mad scientist who lost it when his lab blew up this pipe is charged with epic powers and the wielder of this epic pipe gains +10 to toilet fixing skills and +100 to saving on electric bill.

    anyway here's a small update on the orc piece.
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    Hmm its getting better but i almost can feel your pain with finishing this piece

    If you have started with basic colours or overlayed some colours earlier it would be much faster. Take a look on a samurai speedpainting in my sketchbook, and it took me like 2h and 10-20 min. Because its waaay faster if you start like i said.

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    listen to icecold! hes absolutley right.
    anyway-it looks awesome.great detail. clouds in the back: brilliant. the red gives some suspense to the image.maybe you should lower teh saturation on the ground in the back.
    nice progress-keep it up

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    i really like the eyes. keep working and study anatomy obsessively.
    "Although being a toy seems undesirable, you should enjoy it while you can. At this stage you can bite all you want with no remorse"- ESPO

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    thanks for the help guys I keep it all in mind, so helpful when others look at my work and see whats wrong I can't find everything thats wrong without critique.

    so this one is from a photo, a collection of amazing photos I received the other day of Us troops in Iraq to my email this specific one though was my favorite.
    I tried to make it a speed painting but I think it took too long about an hour maybe less, but hey it's all about learning right?

    and then just some sketches into the night, let my mind wander to somewhere...
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    Uhm speedies can take even longer than an hour, it's about you painting fast; but you can actualy spend alot time on a speedie sometimes. Its about sculpting the image with some quick strokes or random, rough forms etc.

    I see that you are experimenting with custom brushes, good it's always cool to have your own library with favourite brushes. Do more black & white stuff and practice the efficent use of value. Laters!

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    some doodling
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    Enough partying, back to work!
    a little more progress on the blizzard piece aaand
    two speedies the last one is from 300 took me about 30-40 min
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    hey wow there is some amazing improvement here.
    i really like your work its really inspiring. i really like the metro pictures the trains look really like the real thing!

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    hey bro its been a while ,the 300 image is spot on
    good work great feeling i feel like its hard to read the shield though and when i squint if i didnt know it was a shield it would be hard to
    tell how he had it suspended in the air but thats movie stills for you haha... your use of value is improving loads keep
    up with the B&W studys they are doing you a lot of good

    break out some traditional mediums man its
    a whole different vibe and a very nice way to work i find

    keep up the good fight !
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