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    Thread awaiting deletion, sorry. But thanks for the opportunity, love the site and its community.

    Last edited by Fiddzy; October 15th, 2012 at 12:02 PM.
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    Hey cool Fiddzy, your creature and character designs are looking cool . I think your colors could use some more saturation, but tat will come eventually . Do some studies too, color studies for example will come in handy and are fun to do .

    http://www.terragalleria.com/index.html or http://photography.nationalgeographi...photogalleries

    Good luck!

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    hey i like the harvester robot =D he haz a lot of valuable crystals on his back =D

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    Interesting work so far I would maybe pick up some anatomy books by bridgman.
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    hey fiddzy,

    first let me thank you for commenting on my SB...

    I also think that you have some interesting stuff in your SB, I like especially how carefully you render your motifs, I think that the other guys have given you some very good advices such as bridgeman so I don´t want to confuse you with my stupid thoughts , but I will check back and look forward to see some of your characters with some anatomy applied to it that you are learning ATM (IMG I hope my english makes sense )

    cheers so far

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    Cool stuff so far, really enjoying the skulls. I'd like to see you do some studies from Bridgman, Hogarth, Loomis and some more work from life (sketching people, figure drawings, still life) and keep up the work from imagination as well!
    Keep drawing every day; I'm looking forward to future updates!

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    cool stuff, try to make your objects less blurry though

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    2nd and 3rd images on here show it best

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    Thanks for stopping by my sketchbook Fiddzy, some good stuff going on here - strong ideas behind your work which really comes through in the final pieces.

    You're definitely on the right track with the skeleton/life studies, keep working on that and it will make all the difference to your imaginative work. I need to take that advice myself !

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    Hello mate.You have very good skills.I think you just need to improve the rendering(maybe start doing greyscale value trainings) and keep up understanding more anatomy to help you with all things around.
    Keep it up and thnx for stopping by my sketchbook

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    hi great stuff on here keep them coming i like the character designs there looking good aswell

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    Bwahaha, I love these designs!

    But you need some more varying edges. The values of organic life are very soft, but the edges are often as hard as metallic objects.

    And of course, practice from life to strengthen your imagination.

    SECONDS: Do you work from life of photographs?
    FRAZETTA: I work from my head.

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    I like the use of form in your latest sketch.

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    must improve the use of color

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    excuse my English. Use google to translate
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    I really like that hammer head concept!
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    Thx for visiting my SB
    Really digging that hammerhead dude. would love to see more studies here tho. Keep posting

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    I dig your linework and concepts! Nice sense of form in the lines, but not yet in the color. So I echo the color remarks, and especially the reference to grayscale value studies.
    Perhaps try to sculpt some shapes without lines, only planes, using lighting to suggest form.

    My sketchbook contains cartoon studies and Pokémon.
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    Question

    Hey i really like your drawings, i draw creatures and monsters as well but im not on par with your level =)

    im currently only 16 but i draw really good.

    now my question is, how do you draw and color your art?

    do you draw everything from scratch with a pencil and then scan it and color it with PS or something?

    or do you use a tablet to draw them in the first place.

    also if i do draw with a pencil and i want to color it using PS, how exactly do i do it just like you do? (im currently a concept artists for a small indie game)

    thanks in advance =D

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    Thanks, do you have skype,msn, gtalk ? (i would like you to help me a bit more, i really need this for my future concept arts)

    as for my sketchbook:

    http://s606.photobucket.com/albums/tt145/daniel344/

    you can tell which ones i did, theres one that i did color without really knowing how to do it, i just really colored it like you color stuff in paint (i did it with a mouse, my current tablet is a piece of shit)

    so anyways thanks for the advice and if you can contact me through mail than my mail is daniel344@gmail.com

    thanks mate

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    Man I LOVE the skull studies you did of the dinosaur and that snowman is neat too.
    Keep it up, I like the stuff so far.

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    Nice see creatures, keep posting

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    Nice SB Fiddzy!! Love the creature concepts, especially the jellyfish/mushroom hybrid. Would like to see more anatomy & pose studies. Keep up the good work my friend!!

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    hey omg, i love your creature designs
    i would love to do stuff like this, and been doing dinosaur studies recently so i could get better, but would you reccomend me drawing more animals?
    here is my sketchybook, only started recently however advice would be so helpful!
    once again love your stuff

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    Hi there, thanks for the comment on my sketchbook. I really love your creature sketches (such as the recent shark designs) your good at creating depth in your designs which i think helps them to jump out to us. Look forward to seeing more designs from you.

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    Hey thank you for your post . I will move on to heads for now, hands are right after that on my schedule. As for the anatomy, I learned muscles one by one, maybe it might help you as well. But its kind of time consuming. I like youre creatures a lot, especially the sharks. At first I didnt know if I am looking at digital painting or not . Hope to see more, bye

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    Studying hard I see : ) Like it! I was wondering where you had gotten to at first, nice to see you on going!

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    Hey Fiddzy, thanks for visiting my sketchbook I really appreciate it! You probably already know this but your designs are quite strong, but your digital rendering needs some work in terms of values. Your pencils are already really good too, I think your best work is with the Bobmander and Shark I think because there was a better understanding of the form of the creatures. Perhaps you should draw more animals, not just their skeletal structures, but with skin and everything I think this will help in terms of their form and believability which works with the Bobmander and the Shark XD Hope this helps a little!

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    I really liked the 4 eyed hammerhead, you certainly like sharks.

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    You've got very nice creature works.

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