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    KMZ's Sketchbook

    Hi there!

    I'm Zoltan from Hungary, and i would like to share my first tablet work, with some stages. Comments and crytics are most welcome. Hope you like it!

    The stages: (generally, im a linework addicted person, im on my way to practice with colours and shapes too)

    Lord Varek Azzur is the infamous and imperious ruler of Port Blacksand in Allansia. He was mentioned in the book Titan, and City of Thieves (by Ian Livingstone and Steve Jackson)

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    Here's the big one, i think i've finished the job:
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    Sphere Sanctum

    Im recently designing a floating Sphere Sanctum, but i didnt find the exact architectural form for it yet, but im keeep trying.

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    Three new works here, an ostrich rider or something, organic battleship, and a phoenix-sketch:

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    Hello, and Welcome! Nice Linework. Lots of control there and much potential. Your work is eyecatching and my only suggestion would be to mix in some work from life when you can. Nice start to your book.
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    Thank you Bill, im sorry for my incomprehension, but what do you mean about " mix in some work from life"? You mean, doing sketches all the time for example traveling on train, sitting in a park or something, and use it as reference when i sit down to my computer?
    Sorry for my bad english.
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    Hello!

    You made a great start, very nice paintings.. I'm very intrestet in where this SB will lead to ;D
    I like your idea of a floating sphere building, and the various designs you tried out to get what you want..
    Also the first painting you made is very intresting, nice idea! But i think you could try to add in a bigger range of values.. For example you could try to make the corners of the painting darker, so that the figure is more accentuated.. But I'm not much of a painter.. cannot help you too much about this ;d but you already did a good job.

    And I think with "mix in some work from life" he means you should try to paint and draw things by observing real objects in the real world. Because this is what the term "life drawing" (mainly connected to drawing human figures) actually means.
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    I like the pencil/linework in the first piece, but the colour needs to be pushed more.
    You have richer, more vibrant colours in the corners that are actually distracting from the centre piece. The centre piece needs more life in it... add some hints of a warm skin, a subtle texture colour etc. At the moment the focus point is basically monotone (and slightly dull) compared to the surroundings.
    my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997

    www.sevans.co.nz , for more images and to kill time.
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    I bought a scanner today, and i began to archive my old works (about 1-2 year old sketches)

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    Old sketches volume 2: my apologise for the scans with the erasered square-textured booklet.

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    I can spot a rather consistant 'problem' area in your older sketches.
    All the figures have large(ish) heads and small/short torso's. This is ok for cuter cartoon style proportions - but I'm guessing this isn't what your going for.
    my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997

    www.sevans.co.nz , for more images and to kill time.
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    Its absolutely true Sevans, im going to find a way for the less cartoonish style, but dont forget, these pictures are 1-2 years old, my style was nearly opposite of the recent one. Nowadays my goal is to improve my anathomy, linework, whatever is the result. I have a lot of future challenges that i marked out. For example, realistic creatures, envoriment, and of course, implement my linework to a color picture. Its the matter of practice of course.
    By the way, thanks for the critic, and again, sorry for my bad english.
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    Older sketches volume 4:

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