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    Love the Mantis!

    National Geographic is so great for ref!

    Post more =)


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    Thanks a lot guys c:
    And yes I love National Geographic and their photos. A lovely place for refs or to just look at pretty photos

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    A concept art of some character I just came up with last week or something. Actually I came up with him a long time ago I just re-designed him just now c:

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    Love your paintings mate, keep 'em coming

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    Heya, liking your work so far! Keep up the studies. I have stacks of old national geogrpahics that I draw from - they are great. I pick them up from charity shops usually. Anyway keep up the good work.

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    I forgot that I hadn't posted some of my landscape studies so here's a a couple of them

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    Hey Weelow,
    good sketchbook, I like your paintings, characters seem to have a really personal style

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    Thanks man I appreciate it c:
    Here's another master study that once again took a lot longer than expected haha
    Oh and I only used a part of the ref for this because if I were to do the whole painting it'd take forever and I'd pretty much die

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    A portrait I just finished today. I would've been happier with it if I didn't use a grid to get everything right lmao. Next time I do a portrait I'm going to do it without using a grid because I don't wanna be stuck using it

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    Hey I really enjoy your character designs! They're fantastically whimsical but I feel they have a lot of culture and personality.

    I think your painting method is kind of smudgy/airbrushed/blurry, which can make the colors muddy and the values vague. Using a harder brush at full opacity will force you to be more deliberate about every decision. Also, I think a more deliberate style will transfer well into your imaginative stuff. Keep it up.

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    Ah thank you, I've always been bothered by that in my painting and I haven't been too sure on what to do really. I will try this and thanks again.

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    A value study I started on yesterday and finished today. When I finished the last one I was all "Damn I should have made it look like rock, paper, scissors" but I couldn't be bothered to make yet another one c:

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    Still life painting I did in photoshop. It is oh so horrible and it made me realize how much I need to work on still life things D:

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    Another still life thingie of some perfume bottle I got ages ago that I've never used lmao

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    Your painting skills are getting much better man, keep pushing

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