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    Hi CA !

    A new thread to start this year that i hope wil be good .

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    Haha>great job,The last picture remind me the creatures of pandora
    living like cartoon ,money like water!

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    Your artwork and characters are very unique! The touches of colour and style is very interesting.

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    Really really dig the Vulture and Penguin. Lot of character in those guys, and really nice edges.
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    nifty. the second one rocks my world, couldn't describe capitalism any better :D


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    I have to say, though I'm not necessarily a fan of the actual content of these (except for the second one which is great ), I am very impressed with your handling of the digital medium. There's texture where there needs to be and I'm not distracted at all by the brushwork. I think the figures in the color pieces could be made a little more solid, but overall I think your digital painting technique is very nice. Kudos!

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    Nicely done, especially that last one.

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    Great work, but where is the second foot of the flying bestie? Atleast some small part of it should be visible judged from the size of the other foot.
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    Great works, color, detail

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    the second picture (the bird detectives, or whatever ) is great!!!
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    bird men are great, would like to see more!

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    banhatin> Thanks , i know , maybe the shape of the head is a bit similar, though you can see those shapes on Monster hunter's dragon's designs also , if you have any opportunities check this gamme's artbook , it's very inspiring and worth every little bit of money

    AbsurdRes> Thank you ^^

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    jamsession>capitalism ? hummm i would have done sharks head maybe then hehe thanks a lot

    Murr> hey thanks !! what do you mean by more solid ? i'm interested actually digital medium come to be more natural than traditional ones to me , i really suck when it come to paper and pen , i dont feel ... free to go crazy , i have to be carefull no to mess etc...

    luvazquez>thanks a lot

    LORD M>oops ..spotted that's where my courage vanished i guess hehe thank you

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    The_Flying_Dutchman> thanks , i will for sure ^^

    geduliss>thanks quite a lot of people like this one especially

    tjh>more birds? erh hu yeah those are not really what i like to do , it was more a test to push the grayscale values but why not

    Thanks everyone , i will work harder and harder !!

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    Hmmm...well after a longer look at these, I think I've figured out what wasn't working for me concerning the figures. There are a couple anatomical issues maybe going on in the female figure in the first painting. Not so much that the anatomy is wrong, but that the pose feels a little uncomfortable. Both her arms are turned palm side forward, which I think would be fine for just a pose. But once you start adding props (such as the gun and the pet monster) you have to ask "why would she be grasping these objects this way. That doesn't look like it would be comfortable at all!" Consider how you yourself would be holding a gun or walking the dog and incorporate that.

    The only other issue with the figures in both the first and third paintings is their skin tones. I think you've done a great job on the costumed parts, but once you get to the skin, it's stuck in the middle value range. I think honestly you just need some brighter highlights to make the skin texture look more believable and the form more convincing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murr View Post
    Hmmm...well after a longer look at these, I think I've figured out what wasn't working for me concerning the figures. There are a couple anatomical issues maybe going on in the female figure in the first painting. Not so much that the anatomy is wrong, but that the pose feels a little uncomfortable. Both her arms are turned palm side forward, which I think would be fine for just a pose. But once you start adding props (such as the gun and the pet monster) you have to ask "why would she be grasping these objects this way. That doesn't look like it would be comfortable at all!" Consider how you yourself would be holding a gun or walking the dog and incorporate that.

    The only other issue with the figures in both the first and third paintings is their skin tones. I think you've done a great job on the costumed parts, but once you get to the skin, it's stuck in the middle value range. I think honestly you just need some brighter highlights to make the skin texture look more believable and the form more convincing.
    You're completely right , yeah i completely forgot i had to change the hand holding the .. dog(?)

    About the skin tone mmhhh , i dunno , i tend to keep the white for the last details and highlights ... wel i'll try next time for sure to put more white part then , it cost nothing to give a try thanks a lots i appreciate !!

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    Love the glowing mask/mace and steam effects on the B&W gladiator, I saved it into my inspiration picture folder =)

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    cool stuff!
    the last one from the 23. January update has a nice atmosphere as well

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    These are looking cool, but I think the human faces need some more work.

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    Alien with red gun. Awesome.

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    wep....ben ils sont bien sympa tes boulots finis....celui que je prefere le moins c'est le premier ( surement du au point de vue ) parce que les autres me bottent bien....

    celui ci est mon preferé :
    http://fc03.deviantart.net/fs70/i/20...hisuperdry.jpg

    Comment arrives tu a avoir des dégradés propres comme ça?
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    Ryan_J_M > thanks !! it mean a lot to me

    gnilrE> thank you , glad you liked it thanks

    Slothboy3000> hehe if you're refering to the half giant , well it's different i liked it this way actually , i know it's a bit off , but i dunno why i liked it that way huhu , Thanks

    Brian.T > thank you

    dessinateurimpulsif> merci heuuu... j'alterne avec une brush soft ( avec opacite en fonction de la pression du stylet) , et une brush dur aux meme settings

    Axel.s> vouzici ?


    Thanks for the kind words everyone , that mean really a lot !!

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    man...i'm totally in love with your B&W characters

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    Thanks art disaster i appreciate

    long time i didn't post new stuff here

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    Amazing designs and excellent rendering. Very inspiring.

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    The Latecomers SG
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    Yup. These are awesome. I especially enjoy the sense of light and surfaces.

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