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    Cote's booklet >>the reset button<<

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    more of those to come

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    Here's

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    It's great to see such a good artist learning C++, I am originally a programmer that wanted to learn about art .

    But, If you want to learn programming, specially if you are oriented towards gaming, I recommend you to first start learning about a program called "Scirra Contruct" or "Game Maker", both are visual programming tools which will teach you the most important things regarding game programming, that knowledge will be usefull when learning more complex languages and you will also create games, which I think it's your goal in the first place.

    Keep posting your progress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christian223 View Post
    It's great to see such a good artist learning C++, I am originally a programmer that wanted to learn about art .

    But, If you want to learn programming, specially if you are oriented towards gaming, I recommend you to first start learning about a program called "Scirra Contruct" or "Game Maker", both are visual programming tools which will teach you the most important things regarding game programming, that knowledge will be usefull when learning more complex languages and you will also create games, which I think it's your goal in the first place.

    Keep posting your progress.
    Hey Christian,

    I don't know many fellow artists who are into coding, unfortunately. This makes it hard to find anyone to teach you. Having someone next to you really softens the learning curve. Otherwise you're like me trying to read tutorials and books on programing and you constantly have to google problems. I'll post more stuff as I go for sure! Here's the human rough and some painting madness..

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    bambi caught by fire

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    Here's some landscape studies from photo refs.

    I've been struggling with backgrounds and I need to break away from simple flat BGs blah. I also throw myself into details too quickly hence the small roughs.

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    nice work!!! i really like your 'silhouette' pieces... please keep posting

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    I like what i see.....

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    Yes ! Keep posting please ! :]

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    A lot of these have really great impact. The deer in the forest and the two guys on the bridge are awesome.

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    Boo / MatejaPetkovic - thanks guys, lots more to come

    DanielC - your blog made me jizz my pants

    Wellow - thanks, I often draw simple silhouettes with limited details and leave the rest to imagination. In a finished piece what's hard is to get the right combination between light/shadows and details. Too much of any will kill your image, too little let's it down. anyway, yap yap

    here's a late session of colour sex:

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    device - thanks d00d

    Here's something again I'm working on for a friend's short animation.

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    I love the atmosphere in your digitals , looking great , keep posting

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    Cerasela - thanks, will do!


    I've been and will be busy this week but here's something quick.

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    ooh, this will be a great ride!
    I really like the way you combine soft and hard brushes.
    keep it up, mate.

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    monotony - thanks, I try to vary my brushes. I used to go straight hard brush but I was recently enlightened.

    work

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    Man awesome work, please keep posting !

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    Very cool works, man. The last portrait is great, nice brushwork.

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    nice values/color,
    keep it up!

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    Mark / aspenboy / Alamo - thanks guys

    another alienesque character

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    another rough that might never be

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    personal birthday project

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    beautiful work!
    i totally thought that this guy was jacking off http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1267834245
    until i saw the syringe

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    xinranliu - haha thanks, well just for you here's a quick color toned of the jacking off man

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    messing with high res textures found on the net and making walls/structures

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