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    more stuff the soldier guy is from this class im taking at the pasadena art center for high schoolers called saturday high. im not entirely sure but were just designing like watever we want... so i stuck with the genre i like the most- science fiction. i need to get better ideas i feel like im doing the same crap over and over.

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    Sup Lightmode, I'm jealous of your digital art and your character designs. I always suck at armor designs and faces, you're much better at faces. But, I'm not gonna go on about how much better you are, I'm just gonna say this. You're showing improvement, and I'm sure if you keep it up, you'll be a good artist some day

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    here are some sketches for my class doing a science fiction type thingy and i was expirenementing on different designs =D

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    Hey miles, the character variations are legit I like the anatomy in that last guy, especially his bionic arm. The sketches are nice and detailed without getting obsessive like that Matrix guy

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    you are already doing a lots of stuff from imagination, which is good. But, I would also suggest you to do more studies of human figure and anatomy. Good exercise is copying what others did - preferably someone who's work you admire. Keep it going, so far so good.

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    Hey there!
    Really nice updates,the rendering is getting better!One crit:It seems like you render human flesh with more or less the same color,you only change it to a lighter or darker shade.Don't do that!
    Skin tutorial-Check this out,it'll help!

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    Good stuff, man but you need to work on your anatomy a little. Trying working with posemaniacs if you haven't already and if you want to get into a more depth anatomy, try Riven Phoenix The structure of Man series, You definitely learn a lot there.

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    here are some environments. as you can see im really noobish and the techniques that establish distance and depth, for example the futuristic ones . i really want to get better at those because those were the kind of art that were thought provoking and beautiful when i was younger.

    thanks for the comments and critiques everyone i really appreciate the support =DD

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    Those last enviros are quite good!
    I really like the renedring of the rocks on the left side of the first picture.The perspective feels a bit wonky at some places,but that can be worked out pretty quickly.When you want to achieve depth,look for these stuff:
    -Have a foreground,a middle ground and the background
    -Keep the composition interestion,try to lead the eye of the viewer with shapes,contrast,sharp/blurry transitions,etc.
    -A good way of achieving depth is to have a certain rythm,like dark-light-dark-light and so on.(Like dark foreground,bright,detailed middle ground,and a dark background,then some light skies)
    -put the "camera" to some unusual angles,that's a nice way of making stuff interesting

    Here's some useful links:
    Cool Speedpainting Brushes
    Speedpaint tut
    Even more cool brushes for SP

    Well,I hope I could help a bit,what I wrote down is just what I've read,no personal experience yet,but I think these advices can be useful for you(for me as well).
    Keep up the good work!

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    my first commission =DDD finished it today anyone know what a decent price i should ask for it i spent like ten hours on it.

    some studies and fighter jet crap also

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    which one is the commision? the dino?

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    Good updates,the rendering got much better!
    Keep it up!

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    not much but i have some other wips...

    yea working on environments and applying all that information as to what creates depth and just a good looking scene in general.

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    Some of those environments are looking really good, keep it up

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    Damn dude those enviros are looking ace! The lighting and mood is very nice and you got that foreground, middleground, background thing going on now

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    environment, skin study, and one for fun/ facial study(disgust) haha

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    Intensityyyyyyyyyy

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    yea i havent been posting but ive been drawing a bunch

    AND STAYING INTENSEEEEEEEEEEEEE crits greatly welcomed hope you like my stuff.

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    Hello!
    Nice updates,you are improving fast!My favourite from your last post is the little animal from Ice Age(I forgot his name)!One thing:please don't post so big images,my full HD screen is too small to view some of them.Not a big problem,but it would be better if I could see the image as a whole.
    Keep it up!

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    recent work thanks for the support DS Smith

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    two paintings i did today .. reaylly trying to push realism and stuff getting down skin colors (self portrait)

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    Whaddup Miles, I'm liking the tech elements with your creatures and stuff. The self p is nice too, you're using less white which is good.
    Keep getting INTENSE.

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    yuppppppppppppp thanks for the support eddie =D

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    big update


    been drawing crap loads but i keep putting off updating.
    anyways.... hope you enjoy would really love some comments/ critiques

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    i like your rendering wait for new

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    updatooooooooo

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    nice improvement in here. One crit that will be really useful for you is to always use a much LARGER brush than you think is appropriate. Using the largest brush possible gives a sense of urgency and vibrancy that you can't achieve with smaller brushes. It also lays down larger even areas of colour which gives your forms more solidity.

    Keep on working away and its good to see you are back to traditionals again, doing solely digital is something to be avoided.

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    Hey dude!
    Sup?
    Really like all the updates,your rendering is getting a lot better!
    ThomasM has a good point there,using little brushes can be a beginner's trap,larger brushes pay of in the end,you should definitely use them for laying down the large stuff,and then you can do the details with smaller brushes,but always use the biggest size you can work with in the given situation!
    Also I love that orange-ish landscape with the lake and mountains,really moody!
    Keep it up!

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    two thins

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qdzpFyCd2gI

    heres another video and a painting i did.

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    Hot dam looking through your SB all I can see is improvement! Great job keep up the fucking good work!

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