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    Red face jameli's illustrations and concepts (update last page - 19.02.2011)

    Hi! I've got some works here but I decided to make one thread with finished pieces for not to litter the forum I'm new in digital painting and these are just my personal works done to improve myself... Your comments and critics are most welcome because I want to become more professional and get a portfolio which I could show anywhere with no shame :p (Sorry for my english I will try to improve it too )
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    jameli's illustrations and concepts (update last page - 19.02.2011)

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    Both of them ooze atmosphere and that's always a great big plus in my book.

    My only two naggings are:

    On the first one I would make some of the trees behind the halfling's back darker. As if his little body obscured the rays of light from reaching there.

    And on the second one my eyes are kind of drawn towards the sign and the dirt on the road. Maybe put some carefully thought out highlights around the door of the house or something.

    Keep posting!

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    Thanks grue I will do my best to post more

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    Thanks for post you work! very nice!

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    I'm glad you like it Gendragora Thanks!

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    Beautiful work. I especially like the cottage scene. Would love to see more.

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    Thanks Tariq! I will try to post more when my exams will end... Hope it will be on tuesday

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    Tower of crazy magus (big thanks for guys from critique center for help with finishing it!!!)

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    That's beautiful!

    I would probably increase the shadows a bit to give it more depth but it looks fabulous anyway.

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    thanks grue My monitor isn't very good and my friend says that I should buy better to make better contrast :p I don't know if it's true :p

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    Hi Jameli

    Love the work, I especially like the cottage scene that is really very good.

    The crazy mage tower is looking very good too, keep it up its good stuff.

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    These are a nice set, the style and execution binds them together well. Agree with Grue on the first image; making it extra dark in places (particularly the foreground) would add to the enclosed feeling. Nice work though, look forward to more posts.

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    I like these, especially the 2nd & 3rd. The second one would benefit from you pushing the high values a bit more (making the brights brighter) by maybe including a patch of sunlight over part of the house, or in the foreground.

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