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    cool, im in love with most of the stuff here.
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    cool environements, as always.
    I think you could do something with this brushes, add more shapes to hide the principal brush stroke a bit.¿you understand me? In the last works it seems a little evident that you use the same ones, #68,#69,#70 (with very good ressults, for sure),try to make it more diverse
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    Thanks Lotet and griffinfly

    Ricardo: Yes, that's all special brushes. I usually don't hide the fact because well, we don' try to hide when we paint in oils. I prefer to completely assume the process I use. It's just a "thing" from my Design background I usually start giving more variety on what the brushes generate on later stages.

    The following is still a wip. I'm experimenting detailing using various photo refs.
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    Another update. If people want, in the end I can gather a step by step
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    Felt like taking a break from that robot
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    I really like the subtle sense of light coming through the trees in that last one.
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    man, some serious awesomeness goin on here! nothing to crit, just keep goin!!!!!!
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    Thanks!
    I'm gonna go back to the robot until it is done
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    things are coming along specially the color , i wold advise more definition and detail on the things that are closer to the viewer , like in the one with the blue spider like robot ...cheers
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    Thanks Giorge. You are right about the detailing, I detailed the legs more in the final version. However I also try to minimize the amount of detail except where I want the viewer to look.

    Here's the final
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    very good Morgado, love last one

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    The above link goes to a step by step I did. I'm not posting it here directly, since it's fairly long... I may paste it later in the tutorials section of the forums.

    EDIT: also, I've posted on miller's sketchbook my smudge brushes, so it's only fair I post them here as well
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    Great stuff, I would love some more defenition in some of your works, but overall really cool stuff
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