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    thanks rumpenstiltzkin, hope you like the final!

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    it looks wicked!

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    damn man, your really killing it lately!! everything is looking solid man!!! keep it up!

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    Thanks guys. Just a quick GoT study tonight..

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    Another very quick and sloppy Sean Cheetham study

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    Wow ! Akama is soooooo cool ! That's amazing how you've improved on those last pieces ! very inspiring

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    Some tiny Game of Thrones studies, just working on getting my head around colour a little better. I'm trying to mix the colour for every stroke using the RGB sliders, along with lightness to adjust the value without having to drag all 3 sliders. I added hotkeys a while back to switch between RGB and HSL slider sets so I can quickly go between the RGB and value adjustments. If anyone knows any other way that would be great! Anyways..

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    WOW amazing studies! and great rendering! how long on average does it take for your heavily rendered pieces?

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    beautiful beautiful sketchbook

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    Love your Daeynrys study, awesome work man =)

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    hnnnng, dem textures! *O* Your Deany study is so simple, yet awesome at the same time!

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    Thanks guys. Some more mini colour studies from Prometheus..

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    Your studies are great, I really like the simplification of masses you have going, it's something I'm striving for.

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    I love your studies, it's a good method to work.

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    Very nice studies. Like your brush strokes and your use of color. Lovely.

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    More mini studies.. 2 from films and one from a Photo I took in Prague

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    Some roughs and oldish work which has recently been released, ios/Android games Hellfire and Chains of Durandal through http://artbygameco.com/

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    Diggin' the kitty.

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    Rahhhh it's looking good dude! From the images you posted last I think you just need to work on sharpening some of the edges a bit more. I think the tree in the background behind the bat dude is kinda tangent as it looks like it might be growing out of him.

    They are older images but I thought I would crit anyways. I think the black and white sketches are nice too, I think doing more of these will help your comps out! I think composition is more or less just black and white shapes in the end!

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    Man, havent been here in awhile and I'm shocked. Those last pieces look very cool. Loving GoT studies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Veshkau View Post
    I added hotkeys a while back to switch between RGB and HSL slider sets so I can quickly go between the RGB and value adjustments. If anyone knows any other way that would be great! Anyways..
    Hey mate, i recently purchased this guy: http://anastasiy.com/panels its great having a colour wheel available and means you can gave HSL in the new window and RGB in the PS one. Hope it helps. Havent seen that mixer in action yet, but it could be interesting.

    Inspiring stuff dude.

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    woah this is just jaw dropping! ö

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    that lion/tiger/sabertooth combination is awesome! the design is really cool and you drew it majestically

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    holy crap dude, this stuff is HEAVY!

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    Yooo, your studies are really impressive. Can't wait for more!

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    Wow, work in the last update is quite insane! Great ketches and the finished pieces look amazing. Really like the sketchy quality of them.

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    I think your materials and light studies are paying off. The shoulder armor on that Akama (?) piece is gorgeous.
    I love the look of those saber roughs and the finished piece is fantastic. It might be a little busy in some spots but I totally get what you where going for.

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    Thanks guys, appreciate the comments.

    Law: Thanks for the tip! I tried the trial version of their colour mixing plug-in which was pretty useful since it mixes colour like oils, but it was way too much hassle to use all the time. I'll definitely give their colour wheel a go though, that sounds great.

    Some studies from reference..

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    Wow, those landscape studies are tight! What's your method on them? Mine always end up looking quite messy :/

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