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    First sketchdump

    Hello all, this is the first time I've shown my work in these forums, and I'm excited to hear what you think. I've been painting for over a year now, and I've been loving every bit of it. Please critique whatever catches your
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    Welcome to CA!

    You´ve been painting just a year and you can paint this? Man, great work, this should be interesting sketchbook.

    Your sense for painting landscape and all the action in it is just great. Something I´ll be finding out for myself for a looong time.
    The last one blows my mind, keep it up man!
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    Nice pictures, keep it up!

    But I've noticed something with the image "LeVikings" - the hand of the viking holding the axe is a bit off. It's like he's holding the axe between his fingers, and not in his fist.

    Other than that, great work - the last one is particularly nice.
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    nice paintings, i dont like the strokes on the submarine on the first picture, it makes it look to fabric like and not metallic.
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    Thanks! I should have mentioned though, that a few of these images (like the sub) can't quite qualify as speed paintings. I like doing quick 1-3 hr works, and most of them here are, but the submarine, the post-apoc, and the first mech painting are hardly speedies, each taking at least seven hours. I hope I didn't bother anyone with the massive size of the images too.
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    lol, the size is fine, these are some nice paintings i want to see more
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