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    I really love the horns on the dinosaur, the action there is great as well and the detail is really nice. I love the teeth especially. I can't really give much crit wise, the only thing I can think of is to adjust the upper part of the dino's left leg( our right) where it's near the body a little since right now it looks a little too straight and parallel to the body to be pushing as far back as I think you want it too be. Then again, I really have no right to crit this and what I pointed out is pretty minor. Can't wait to see it finished!


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    Cheers Mario that means a lot coming from you. Have been trying to get more dynamic light and movement into my images. Think I'm finally closing in on a technique that works for me. Much love!

    Ranunkel: Flattery will get you everywhere! But if you see something that doesn't look right don't be afraid to let me know

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    Syricks: Thanks for the crit dude. I think there are still a few issues to sort out if I'm honest with myself

    Here's a bit more progress

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    I realised I totally forgot to comment here! I was browsing through your sketchbook the other day and was really inspired by what I saw. I lóve the coloring and character designs.

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    man i love those doctor who bioships
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    Mila: Thanks mate, very kind of you

    Velocity: That's great to know because I thought they were a lot more interesting than the design that was chosen.

    Here's a quick lunch break sketch for CHOW

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    Do NOT tell me you actually worked on "Doctor Who"! Oh my! *insert total fanboy sounding squee* So, you designed those fish aliens they used in "Vampires in Venice"? Gosh...excellent work! As for the UK space ship in "The beast below"...well, I definitely could imagine one of your designs being used as well.

    And the rest of your SB is also of standard "envious making" quality. Please do keep posting!

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    Thanks man, I'll see if I can dig up more stuff that's been aired. Dig a sexy octopus lady for Vampires in Venice too... She was my fav... All those searching tenticles

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    Your last beast is scary! I like the way you build up your paintings. Are you using Painter or Photo Shop?

    Are you a fan of Brian Froud and Alan Lee?
    Yes I love both artist's artworks

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    I thought so! Me too I particularly love Alan Lee, amazing water colours. Thanks She's meant to be a pretty terrifying, disgusting demon lady. You should have a go at CHOW it's a great way expand your horizons, getting to to paint stuff you never would have thought of doing. And you get lots of really helpful crits which are so important.

    Yeah I'm using photoshop, starting with purely black and white with the pen pressure set to size so I can very quickly get my idea down. Then I start to work away at it, hopefully solving composition and proportion issues before I start to add colour. I do this by mutiplying the B&W layer and colouring the layer under and touching up on a layer above. I also add colour overlay layer on top if I want to really enhance colour. It's not perfect yet but I'm working on it

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    Updaaaaaate

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    the dinosaur is great. that goblin thing freaks me out...
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    It's working then! Got a fair bit to sort out on her though, the knee elbow issues need to be resolved... Also I want to give her a necklace of baby skulls. Because she's worth it...

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    Sorted a few issues

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