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    Liking everything so far, some critique towards your style: each image should be less saturated and more crystal clear. Try some tutorials from environment/creature professionals and learn how to avoid blotching, murkiness and washy effects in your color schemes. If these were meant to be vaguely drawn on purpose as quick sketches then never mind.
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    Diggin what you have up so far. I'm just going to agree with the above comment; everything seems to kind of wash together. For me I think its more because there don't seem to be any real contours for things, and they are a lot more impressionistic. This might be because they are speed paintings/sketches, though.
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    you have some interesting things going on, but I think you may be going for the textures too fast. Your anatomy needs some work (most of us need to work on that), though your lighting seems pretty nice. You should really try taking your time and really rendering out some stuff before diving into the really textured brushes.

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    Thanks Newman101. I'll work on improving my rendering.
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    I love everything so far, especially the environments.
    As said before, anatomy could definitly be worked on a bit, but you have a good grasp on lighting and color.

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    Hey man, killer stuff you've got going on. Those 2 most recent post are way cool. Love it.
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