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    very nice hands ! i like how you did the fingers in most of them.. very slender and almost elegant at some :o do more and draw larger, draw them from life and mark the form , 'feel' the construction and how it works Get MAD!


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    These last hand studies and skeleton study really look great man!

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    @Roger - yeah i know it's not enough D:

    @LordVenom - thanks dude

    heres a small update on my enviro piece

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    cheers

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    here's another update and tomorrow i'll give it some final touches and call it finished

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    cheers

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    very cool oren! finish it up!

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    the art battle piece is starting to look great id love a more higher canvas there for more dynamic composition!

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    @roger - here's the finished piece

    @parsakoira - thanks man, applied your suggestion and it worked magnificantly

    well guys here's the final piece and a quickie that took 30~40 min i think, enjoy

    oren's sketchbook April 14th

    oren's sketchbook April 14th

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    I think it turned out awesome man, i like how u made the sun more violent and the evil looking face ads a nice touch as well.

    For the quickie i have to do some of these as well, somehow i have to teach myself to let go of lines.

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    @LordVenom - thanks dude, and yeah you should do these quickies

    here an animation of the enviro piece i did, it's nice to see the process of the image you did and fell that you improved a bit even if just a tiny bit

    oren's sketchbook April 14th

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    That enviro went though a great transformation! the sun looks beautiful, its blazing~
    plus the stance of the quickie is awesome, great job!

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    thanks Wrellek

    here's a little quick doodle for a friend who wanted a small banner after reading "Clockwork Orange" oh and his blog is called shezif which is prum in english if you wonder what the hell does the plum has to do with this one

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    i know the lighting might not make sense here and that the composition suck but this is what i just had in mind

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    enjoy
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    Hi oren.

    If I were to suggest something that will help you improve your from imagination work, is to try just doing greyscale paintings. Get your drawing and values correct. Even with some subtle colour overlays the piece will look great if the drawing/composition and values are good. It will be good practice and will vastly improve your colour work in understanding the value structure of the colours your using.

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    @Cam - thanks for the advice

    here's just a small still life i did yesterday

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    cheers

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    Hey man Im not sure what it is.. but it looks cool XD

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    Hey mate! Great job with the paintings, also nice to see the progress/animation of your artbattle-environment.

    Keep it up!

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    I'm definetely liking the enviro! I think it would look even better with a little more stuff on the first plane (i call it like that... maybe i'm meaning foreground? i mean the stuff that's most near to the eye)

    keep it up
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    Great studies and your color work is looking better and better.
    Keep up the good job.


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    Keep it up Oren I agree it's a little hard to tell what the still life is. I think it's a paintbrush case, or something similar.

    Think about making things look clear too when your doing still lives.

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    thank you you guys, sorry for not replying but i'm just feeling so sick since yesterday

    here's a really really small update of a couple of wips i'm working on

    oren's sketchbook April 14th

    oren's sketchbook April 14th

    cheers
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    Do you have a brush for Wip?
    I like the last environment.
    Little suggestion is that the rocks looked like plastic in the foreground.
    Study them
    Beside of that great use of colors and composition!

    Keep it up!
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    nice nice nice progress man, these are feeling very solid now, i'd recommend to watch out for the expressions of the faces, they seem too unnatural, especially the girl running. Is hard to run with a face that calmed. Make her smiling, or angry or open her mouth a little.
    And the 2nd's eyes seem very lost, i don't really know how to help... maybe change the position of the eyes a little to the left ?

    Hope this helps! Keep working hard!

    PD You're sick? of what? do you have flu or something? Hope you get better soon!
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    Hope you feel better soon Oren, been awhile since I spoke to you hope you are doing well =)

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    @Silwynar - haha no just used a text for the wip writing, and note taken on the rocks .

    @DHTenshi - thanks for the crit man, taken that into account, and i was had some headaches and such, flu i think but that was over quickly .

    @SenEnd - we need to talk once in a while, it's been too long

    well guys i don't have a lot to show now just a few doodles, that's all, no excuses even though i had school exams i should have drawn more.
    now i have to go to the army for three years, even though i can't take my trusty tablet and computer with me i'll have my loyal sketchbook and pencil to accompany me until i'll figure out when i can take the tablet and computer

    for now enjoy the little doodles i made in the last two weeks

    oren's sketchbook April 14th

    oren's sketchbook April 14th

    oren's sketchbook April 14th

    oren's sketchbook April 14th

    oren's sketchbook April 14th

    oren's sketchbook April 14th

    oren's sketchbook April 14th

    oren's sketchbook April 14th

    oren's sketchbook April 14th

    oren's sketchbook April 14th

    cheers

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    really like those skull sketches. Yeah maybe its a good thing that you won't have a tablet for a few years. It will really force you to get those foundations down, and who knows, when you pick up a tablet next time it could be almost effortless to create interesting pieces on it, with all the knowledge of light and form you will gather from sketching. Anyway, good luck to you!
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    woot dude! loving the pencil studies!

    Great great greaaatt! keep this up mister! and yes!.. update more often misterrrr!

    keep it up! dudezor!

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    Great update, some real nice studies. My crit would be that you're laking any real contrast in a lot of your pencil work, they all seem vry grey and midtoney. I'd suggest either exaggerate the lighter areas a bit more, or real spend some time to get some darker darks in there, then that shit will really pop!

    Good luck in the army!

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    thanks guys

    here's some stuff i've over a few days, nothing really great just some pencils and watercolors.

    oren's sketchbook April 14th

    oren's sketchbook April 14th

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    cheers

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    Well u did like u promised man thnks i rly rly like those birdsketches they look awsome dude!
    Also those watercolors look like a lot of fun and i find u pretty good wid them i know i tried them once and it was a total disaster
    I would like it if you'd update more often man !
    So we can all track ur adventures in the art world
    Keep it up buddy!!

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    Seconded, Im really digging those birds!
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    The green foliage really makes that red bot pop out, it's great. Glad to see your still kicking around too keep it up.

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