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    Hello world

    posting my stuff, I hope you guys like!
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    omg the images look huge!!, I'm sorry, fixing this atm.

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    The toony stuff is really fun. With the environments I'd say maybe vary up the values a bit more to help push that sense of depth. Keep posting! And maybe keep the image sizes a bit smaller. Photoshops "Save for Web" option is the best. Give it a go and keep them within viewable size limits. I have dual 24 inch screens and this is pushing the edges for me! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zebz View Post
    The toony stuff is really fun. With the environments I'd say maybe vary up the values a bit more to help push that sense of depth. Keep posting! And maybe keep the image sizes a bit smaller. Photoshops "Save for Web" option is the best. Give it a go and keep them within viewable size limits. I have dual 24 inch screens and this is pushing the edges for me! lol
    Thanks man!, I fixed the sizes problem, I should have checked what resolutions the other folks used, more to come soon
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    I quite like how clean your cartoony stuff is. Youve got some textures going on in your enviroments which is also pretty good.

    The enviroment that has the red back lighting id say the red is a bit off putting. The dragon looks huge, compared to the swords and its got that; also going to be huge red light on it. I think it would need the source of that light in the scene, or use a lot less of it.

    Nice sketchbook, keep 'em coming!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nonobot View Post
    I quite like how clean your cartoony stuff is. Youve got some textures going on in your enviroments which is also pretty good.

    The enviroment that has the red back lighting id say the red is a bit off putting. The dragon looks huge, compared to the swords and its got that; also going to be huge red light on it. I think it would need the source of that light in the scene, or use a lot less of it.

    Nice sketchbook, keep 'em coming!
    Thank you so much! c:

    Update, the first one is a study from Milt Khal work on the facebook graffti app, second one crazy sketch, third one is kinda self explanatory, and I would like to apology If you find it insulting in any way.
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    lol Nazi Sheppard. Cool sketchbook so far, there's a lot of variety. Keep it up!
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    Thanks Vertical!, lil update, again in facebook.
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    update, I didn't liked how the chest area turned out, it's deficient and it shows, I tend to get a little frustrated for how slow my process is, I must study more...

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    nice work Klaus, love all the reference studies...start with the biggest brush size you can tolerate and then once you have it blocked in go for smaller and smaller shapes

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    good stuffs keep posting

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    update I want to reach page 2 desperatly

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    fight the powa!!

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    For once sebastian leave your troubles home

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    Everyone thought it was a shame
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    Belle was ok but oh Sebastian Went too far again Crashed his car in the rain ...

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    I can see that your skill has increased in the last year you were absent. Really liking the museum drawing up there. Great half-sketch look.

    The indoor pool drawing looks a bit off in perspective, like the floor is on a slope so that the water would be pouring downward. I think if the floor was tilted a little more to horizontal plane, it would improve that.

    I'll keep an eye out for future works

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    Nice sketchbook Klaus.

    I really digg your characters. I like how the brushstrokes and form make up a character without too much detail.

    Love the studies as well. Keep up the good work

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    @Psychometron Thanks man Yes the perspective was super off on that one

    @Mila Thanks I like simple shape based characters

    studies, I'm not quite confortable with how the interiors looked like but well I'll work it out better next time

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    oh my - i want those shoes in post #20! neeeeaat! keep it rollin'!

    i never understood how those perspektive "art" is produced.. are you working mostly with selection masks there? i would love to take my hands on architecture once..
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    amazing how your work has improved! great work man, keep up the regular updates !

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    Awesome improvement, your colours and rendering are both really awesome.

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    WOWZERS, your rendering is so sharp and clean! That house looks like a photo! Nice work!!

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    Great Sketchbook, you got some really good work in here... i'm loving the architectural sketches, indoors and outdoors, post #20 is great, keep it up, i'll be glad to see more!

    Congrats on reaching page 2, keep at it

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