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Nice start and welcome to CA! It's great to see all of your studies from life, as well as works from imagination. Keep it up who knows where you'll end up!
Thanks a lot Pixie Trick!
a sketch and a wip
nice studies, keep posting and painting ^^
as mariusz mentioned - nice studies.
I like the one with the monk and the onion. Is the one with the monk taken from a picture or from a movie?
Viel Erfolg weiterhin. Scheinst ja schon den richtigen Weg eingeschlagen zu haben.. bin gespannt, was da noch kommt
Last edited by Farin; January 18th, 2010 at
mariusz: thanks, i will try!
Farin: thanks, the monk is from a picture
here something from today
Keep up the hard work dude! But don't neglect the traditional stuff. I also like the very first still life. I did something similar to that but with an apple hehe. Great rendering!
Eddieee: thanks, you are right, traditional stuff will definitely come!
Here some studys:
and worked something on my wip, any suggestions?:
nice colors at the landscape study
the colors in the bg are a little bit to saturated but overall really nice
Farin: thanks, yes you are right!
and a study with gouache, very difficult for me!
some sketchbook pages
hey great work i admire your transition into traditional its very rare i see someone who attempts painting in rl! i paint ll the time however my sketchbook is to get better at computer art ^^;; get to do painting at college ya see! well you got some great concepts, mybe try some anatomy studies to really add some punch to your characters and people!
Some great sketches you have here! I really like your use of subdued colour ... something I battle with! Keep up the good work!
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