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    keep on going friend! some of those are quite charming~~~~

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    Grey scale Lunch time practice

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    a WIP, story behind the piece is that the guy is doing some diagnostics on a mech.
    gonna tighten this one up, trying to get more narrative in my pieces

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    Your work looks great. Absolutely wonderful

    One thing though that sort of stuck out to me is that you seem to have very little contrast in your works. (I'm a terminology-rookie, so please forgive the lack of eloquency. On top, English isn't my first language, so bear with me I'm referring to a bigger contrast between lights and darks)

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    Hey Inishmore, yeah i'm sometimes a bit hesitant to go really dark in areas, just gotta keep at it, thank you having a look.

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    The mood is great. I think you could try and push the values a bit in this one. what do you think? Also where is the light source going to be coming from?

    Look forward to the finished result.

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    evening sketch, fantansy mountain forest thingy XD

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    Oh, what an interesting idea. I also really like your use of greens, if that makes sense. Very cool.

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    Thx Inishmore, gotta do more!

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    Quick study from book of Eli

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    that's a pretty epic composition! I actually wonder what the character is doing, that seems to be unclear. are they just walking or just standing there? Where are they walking to or from?

    looking forward to more of your studies!


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    Hey, thanks for the comment in my SB. Lovin' the enviros and the variety you are putting into them. Keep doing them, they are only getting better- the one on the second page with the security guard dead at his desk is awesome! My one criticism would be, and this applies mainly to the environments on the first page, that in a lot of the images you are using a pretty indirect lighting. So you have multiple paintings that are mainly in the middle value range. Which is fine if you are doing it intentionally, but it would be cool to see you push some them into stronger light/dark seperation as well. Keep it up!

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    angelo cordon - hey there, well story is not to fleshed out for the piece, but it is supposed to be that the mech has stopped and that the soldier is doing some type of diognostics on it, yeah it totally needs to be clearer though, i've done an update to flesh out some detail.

    dana brancucci - hi ya, i'm glad you like my environments, and thankyou for you advice man, i think i will try some more dramatic lighting and one point source light, will definately add to the mood and atmosphere of a picture

    update on my mech image, till later

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    Your stuff is a little blurry, but I do like the "rainforest" image in the opening post.

    Everything is better with dinosaurs.
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    Hey man your work is amazing, really inspiring expecially for a beginner like me

    PS - you should post some more watchmen work, the one of rorshach was great and really destinctive.

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    I like where your latest painting is headed, keep it up!

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    Two words, "teach me"!

    Your stuff is so great, you have such great sense of perspective and depth!

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    wow~ the machine is getting better and better~~~~~
    maybe you could put some color in it~ it's now all blue~ put a red number on it? only a suggestion

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    Good stuff in here, keep it up

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    Looking better with every iteration. I agree getting some contrasting light colour in there will help and try pushing the values again. Keep going until it's black and white

    Love the lone man in the storm.

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    hey guys, long time since a post, been busy at work, here is a quick fantasy piece, gotta get back into gear!!

    hope you like and thanks for visiting

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    Dude, great enviro's. I'd like to see some pushed a little further to completion like where that mech piece is going, which is really dope by the way. Post up some more watercolor portraits, those were tasty. On the rake brush piece, be careful of the face structure before you start blocking in features. Keep it up, cheers.

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    cheers Metal Fingers, yeah i want to do some characters but that'll be for another sketch book lol, thx for you comments will try get a more finished piece when i can!

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    little update

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    Funny little critter with pink tale

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    Really nice brush work in that fantasy piece. Getting a lot of mood without any over worked detail.

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    I agree with xabian. I need to do more environment studies also. I'm also afraid about working on them because there is so much too figure out that it can get confusing and overwhelming for me.

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    this is amazing
    i love your rock and stone painting skills because i really suck at that point

    keep it up dude
    nothin more to say

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    Dozeren - Thx

    JasonHickey - hey Jason, thx man, will try stop by your SB, hope your painting is going well man.

    Istmin52 - best thing to do is to start, and don't worry about creating a piece, just have fun with it.

    Nyra - thx

    night time painting

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    update, landscape doodle

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