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    that WIP is coming along great man & i really love that nose study, very well done keep it up man

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    Hey Turbosnail, great SB, love the anatomy studies and your colour work. Neat photoshop stuff too. I'll leave the serious crits to those who know more than me. Thanks for dropping by my SB and the encouragement.

    Please check my SB and crit, I need help.

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    @ FraserMcT - Thanks for the advice mate. I'll try to iron out the problems during future sessions. Cheers dude :>)

    @ Huey Leng - Thanks for comments mate. I like to mix the studies up a bit but there will definitely be more Bridgman studies. Cheers dude :>)

    @ NicG - Thanks for the comments mate. Hope fully she's looking a little better now but I've still got more work to do on her. Cheers dude :>)

    @ Spirit - Thanks for the comments mate. Hopefully I've rectified the areas you mentioned. Cheers dude :>)

    @ DStraX - Thanks for the comments dude. Cheers mate :>)

    @ miycko - Thanks for the comments dude. I'll be doing a few more studies like the nose very soon. Cheers mate :>)

    @ doncam - Thanks for the comments mate. Glad you liked it!! Cheers dude :>)

    Back in the saddle again after a short break!!
    Today's practice involved reworking the photo study and started adding some hair. I did a hair study before working on this wip.

    Thanks for looking!!

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    Hey snaily nice progress with the photostudy. My only crit is that her chin looks a bit to pronounced and maybe the highlights/shadows need toning down a bit. That is unless she does have a chin like Kirk Douglas! The hair looks good on both and thanks for posting the link to it. Keep up the good work.

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    @ Marian - Thanks for the comments mate!! That chin is top of my snag list as I don't think she's Spartacus' love child!! Cheers :>)

    Today's practice was an enviro speedy (about 20 mins) and some Bridgman sketches. Scanner is playing silly buggers so I'll post the sketches later.

    Thanks for looking!!

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    Ahh wow, great updates!
    Your last environment is good, I get a real sense of height and looking up the cavern. I think you could use the lighting more to get an even greater sense of this, but exactly how I'm not too sure... I'm not all that good with environments, really. Your hair study is looking great too, it's a shame you didn't finish the ends off quite as well as the rest of the hair though.
    I look forward to seeing the sketches, too

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    dude the environment study looks great & very nice hair study too good progress on your photo study as well

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    Nice wig. Are you using textures on the environment? The foliage looks a bit blurred and I wondered if the texture was the cause. Otherwise it looks great.


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    Really nice job with the hair. I would add a few more loose strands just to give it more of the randomness you would find in real life.

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    Nice updates Mr Snail, good to see you still at it, just keep practicing all this stuff!

    I remember that linda bergvist tutorial Hard to make it look like hers huh!

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    yo mate very nice studies.Very nice you putted more color in the shadows and tried to see more colors and such.
    Nice hard work.Keep it up mate

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    You'll have to push the values further mate - paint in grayscale, and copy a good grayscaled photo.
    (make sure you convert to grayscale by going image > mode > greyscale and not only desaturating the image)

    Put values on top priority for now

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    Hey Bilbo Snailins how goes it? The last enviro looks real good and as has been said the hair study looks sweet agree with Liffey about adding a few more loose stragglers just to take it one step further keep up the hard work mate!



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    Hey, thanks for your comment in my sketchbook.

    Looking trough yours I couldn't help notice you sometimes use black to mix a darker tone for your darker colors. Don't, the image will look flat and the shadows will not sing like the rest of the images. You do this mostly in your landscapes. Instead of using black mix the complementary color in the lighter color and your mix will work great as a shadow tone.

    I think it wouldn't hurt to do more pencils. You keep doing a lot of digital paintings, which isn't a bad thing. But study more to be able to keep your form of your work and you'll see the paintings will improve also

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    THE GIRL IN 237 TURNED OUT AWESOME AN I LUV ALL THE STUDIES HAHA thE 8 IS GREAT XD

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    Thanks for dropping by!
    Rememebr, when doing enviros using values and contrast to your advantage is a great way to create depth. Keep on studying!

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    Looks so good, really nice improvement.
    Keep on updating though! Gotta keep it constant and daily, juust draw and study.
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    Where is teh update !! haa Good stuff in the last few updates. Environment look interesting but you can consider putting the waterfall off center to make it even more dynamic. The perspective is abit ambiguous and some way of hinting on it (maybe a foreground element to suggest it?) would be good .

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    Thank you for checking out my SB! i like the hair study on this page.
    the photo study looks abit flat. Im realy bad on giving advices though :/, can only point out what i find odd in a picture.
    Hope you find the comments helpfull in some way

    Keep the work up

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    Hey Turbo, that 20min enviro study is great. No way I could achieve that in twenty minutes, nice work.

    Please check my SB and crit, I need help.

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    Hey Turbosnail! It's been over a month since you updated hope things are good. You were making good progress with those environments.

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    what happend to the consistant updates???!!!!

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    WOW ... AWESOME! They are the only words I can think of ... NICE ONE ... keep it up!

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    hey snail! come back already!

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    hey turbo, great improvements, been a while keep at it, definitely coming along!!

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    Nice texture use. Your style is interesting. It looks painterly, yet 3d modeled at the same time.

    For a crit, I would just say, emphasize light and shadow more..

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    Damn!!! I can't believe it's been sooooo long since I posted here!!

    @ Spirit - Thanks for the kind words. Glad you like the enviro. Cheers : >)

    @ miycko - Thanks dude!! Cheers : > )

    @ Black Spot - Thanks for the comments!! No I didn't use a texture on that enviro, I'd put the blurry foliage down to my shshshshakey hand!! Cheers : > )

    @ Liffey - Thanks for comments dude!! I'll add some more loose strands in my next hairstyling outing. Cheers : > )

    @ Alextooth - Thanks for comments bruddah!! You're right that Linda's tuts are boss!! Cheers : > )

    @ kingkostas - Thanks for the comments King!! Cheers : > )

    @ Vatsel - Thanks for the comments Vats!! Cheers : > )

    @ latigid - Thanks for the comments Glen!! I'm off to Toni & Guy for hair ref pics!! Cheers : > )

    @ Lostfayth - Thanks for the comments dude!! You're right about the pencils. Watch this space for more pencil work!! Cheers : > )

    @ Grandmassa - Hey Mr Spect!! Thanks for the comments bro!! Cheers : > )

    @ Rotor - Thanks for the comments dude!! Thanks for the advice. Cheers : > )

    @ lilnebo - Thanks for the comments dudette!! Cheers : > )

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    @ JS Neo - Thanks for the comments dude!! Advice taken onboard!! Cheers : > )

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    @ zenichi - Thanks for the comments dude!! Consistent updates back on track!! Cheers : > )

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    @ poetry man - Thanks for the comments bruddah!! I'll take that advice onboard!! Cheers : > )

    Here's some old speedies from earlier this year!! Got some newer stuff to upload in the next couple of weeks.

    Crits are most welcome and thanks for looking!!

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    The last pciture looks really nice. The tank has a little 3D effect that makes it just pop out there.

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    @ Hoshimori - Thanks for the comments bro!! That little armoured car was built in Google sketch-up 1st, and then imported into PS and painted. Cheers :> )

    Here's a few more pieces;
    #1 - Was an enviro speedy - about 30 mins I think
    #2 - a quick enviro I did in the summer. Don't really like it!!
    #3 - another enviro, but with an industrial theme. Too clean cut for me and no atmosphere!!
    #4 - is my practice piece after watching a Whit enviro tut.
    #5 - haven't tried creature design so I thought I'd try it out. Will definitely try designing more creatures though.
    #6 - a sci-fi enviro transport hub.

    Thanks for looking!!

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    Hey there, great sketchbook, I enjoyed browsing through it. It shows a lot of improvements

    Since you asked for crits on your second last post, I'll do my best to give you some helpful advice.

    In all of your latest landscapes it shows that you use a lot of the same colours. For example, in the first image of your latest post. You use the same brown throughout the entire image. You should try picking other browns in the colour picker in Photoshop, this way the image gets more intresting. You can also try using a color dodge, colour burn, overlay or multiply layer. This way you can use the same colour as you were already using, but it will turn out in a different colour because of the layer.

    Anyway, I hope you get what I mean. The basic message is to vary and alternate in your colour use. Hope this helps Keep up the great work!

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