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    Icon Eytan's work NEW 7/29/10 with tutorial!

    Hi everyone! My name is Eytan, formerly quick_sketch on these forums. Havn't really posted in this section very much, but thought I might share this with you.

    I just turned 22 and I have just finished my four years at Otis College of Art and Design. Here's my portfolio from this semester. My main focus has been environment concept design with a minor in characters so to speak. Please enjoy.

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    What a tremendous portfolio to be graduating with. Your hard work has paid off my friend. I especially like the greyscale enviros--it really shows that you can mass produce these things and they look incredible.

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    Wow! Color me impressed.

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    Sweet work! Your environmental work is very solid!

    I do think the street courier character esp. is a little bit stiff. In terms of pose, clothes/folding, and rendering. That would be my two cents, hope you don't mind.

    Again, good work!

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    WOW indeed! Very beautiful work and I can see that you put in some very serious work time.

    I like them all. The drug manufacturer is superb but it is the workshop one that I would love to have on my wall. A most impressive body of work.

    I wish you all the best in your endeavours.
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    Great work, really impressive folio.

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    beautiful work!!
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    Stellar

    It was a real treat to scroll down this thread. Your B&W enviros are really special and for a person who is primarily an enviro artist your characters are of excellent quality. Glad you posted in this section and congrats on the portfolio.
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    Thank you everyone!

    Artfix - thank you! i love those too. seems like artists like my sketches more and non-artists like the finished color stuff more.

    Dahami- thanks dude.

    Ramon - thank's for the crit, now looking at it, i totally agree.

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    Now that's really impressive portfolio. Congrats!
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    Excellent portfolio, your enviroments are def your strong point. The thumbnails read very well, and seem easily trasnferable to a fullscale illustration. Keep up the good work.
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    Really solid portfolio, the environment stuff is excellent, the snowy mountain one stands out for me. Looking forward to more.

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    Nice work dude!!! And congratulations concept Class of 2010!!!!!!

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    My jaw dropped immensely when I saw this. You have such a way of composition and colours it's really solid stuff man.

    Though I wouln't use white borders, your eye tends to first go for highlights then darks first, so surrounding all your darks with a bright border is really distracting and prevents you from getting immersed in your beautiful environments. I'm sure you did it too not blend in the crowd of everyone else, but hey if it's not broken don't fix it.

    Your backgrounds are beautiful enough to stand out from the crowds of others. Some really smooth stuff you have going on here, I can't wait to see more!

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    I have to agree with everyone else, this is superb!
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