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    Imagination Savas

    Proskuriansky the humming-bird has had dinner (2009)
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    Nomad (2009)
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    Rise in heavens 2112 (2009)
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    I really like the second two. The creepy hummingbird is just too... creepy.

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    I love the humming bird and the other two are pretty darn good too would like to see more please!


    The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all art and science.
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    Further there will be old and new drawings.
    The rural baseball player (2009)
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    I love your creatures!

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    God of officials (2009)
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    I love your use of colours. Do you have more to sharE?

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    Interesting style! Love your use of colour. And although the indian in the middle of the painting, he still seems to blur away with the rest of the foreground, great job!

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    I really like the latest piece. Very atmospheric. Do you've any drawings and unfinished stuff to share? Would be great.

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    Incredible work, very expressive! Can't wait to see more

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    flirtation
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    Conquerors
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    Mowgli and dogs
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    Hi, Savas, I don't have any critique for you but I really like your art! You're coming along great!

    The hummingbird and the Indian are my favorite pieces.

    The teddy bear needs more work, not sure what but the background is very dry and sterile.

    The painting of the woman and the man of the horse is very promising, I can't wait to see where you'll take the dry brown tones.

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    JinzouTamashii Thanks. It agree with your remarks. "Flirt" will have colour variant and city background.

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    Yellow wood of the knight.
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    That indian is simply amazing, good job on that, the hummingbird is coloured pretty nice but its hard to make out what it is.

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    Oh, fuck, way to make my eyeballs pop out of my freaking eyesockets. It happened again. Now I've got to find master so he can reinstall them...

    Holy shit, color theory and perspective.

    Gaaaaah. Jaw is still on the floor.

    Center of the canvas is boring. Rule of Thirds. BUT sometimes I think the Rule of Thirds is dull and this has GREAT symmetry so don't. Don't change it. Just add more detail but don't change anything about it!!

    Like, I really want to see white waterfalls spilling down the yellow area...
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    Visit my old sketchbook here.
    Onward and upward! I believe in karma, so let's all help one another! =D

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    Yellow wood of the knight - this last travel of the lost knight

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    Savas, you're incredible. Look at what happens when you detail a digital sketch painting before coloring it!

    I can't wait to see it finished.
    Visit my old sketchbook here.
    Onward and upward! I believe in karma, so let's all help one another! =D

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    Post 15 to me anyways, it epic. I don't know why but I like it a lot it tells a story, an epic one . Keep postin they are very enjoyable

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