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    @ JustinBeckett thank you, i will
    @ Icecold I've got few giant books on anatomy, but unfortunately i have a little time to study it (

    Sorry, but no updates today. It was a busy day, but there is chance of higly profitable job )

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    I like your last big headed guy painting! Im really happy to see that you are working on your anatomy, I know that stuff takes lots of time to develop and it is hard to find that time sometimes! Keep up the good work! Im a fan of your colors

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    It's been almost 4 days, and something good happend - I was invited to gamedevelopers conference KRI for job interview at Nival (you might know them from HoMM5). I've get 3 day freepass, wich normally cost 200 bucks. Even if won't get the job, I would be able to roam there for a lot of good stuff.

    Also new Splinter Cell on PC (my xbox currently broken and I still can't buy new one, cause I'm saving for Cintiq) so yeah, it's hard to get drawing )

    And for art.. nothing special, just little sketches, i made before bed - all those days i was finishing with my last paid work.
    edit: yeah, i know hands mispropotioned here... i was drawing with almost closed eyes )
    edit2: added values )

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    you are making great improvement mate.When you will find time to study more anatomy, you will be able to improve a lot more.
    Keep up the good work

    (EdIt: ooo great news mate.Your hard work is paying off )

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    Thanks, Kostas. For now I'll try do at least one study\sketch per day.

    edit: added values.

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    today I've cooked up some crappy enviro (though I like clouds...) and values for the last one sketch.

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    the clouds really turned out very nice mate.Keep up the rendering, and try to not use a high range of values
    keep up the good work

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    Well it was few days without updates... But now it worth it ) Finally I've bought Intuos4 and it rocks! Hell yeah, new tablet!. Of course once I've played with cintiq21 there's nothing that could top that, but it's gonna be about 3-4 months before I would be able to afford it... Whatever, here's enviro!

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    I like that last enviro, the overall color scheme and the little lights in those pillar/archway things are working really well. The only crit would be possibly some more things to reference scale. Maybe a dude in the foreground overlooking it or some little dudes walking under those pillars or something. Regardless, it's great work, keep it up!

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    Well, idea appeared in middle of the work - leftovers of some base, totally abandoned by people, but inhabited by something strange. As scale clues i've left walls in foreground with some signs, and a sort fusebox on the right wall. I just thought that I should try something else, rather thatn adding man again to feel the scale (but yeah, it probablt didn't work out). Anyway, thanks for c&c ))

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    It was a nice break. But now I'm gonna post with doublepower! Finally I've get to Alchemy and I LOVE IT! It's inspiring and creative - playing with those shape and lines brings up great ideas! Also, thanks to Mat's brushpack. So, here's some to start and also face studies.

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    Hey friend! Looks like you out of the loop! Those last designs looks neat - really like gorilla-dog ))

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    you made some nice improvements
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