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    And some more pictures


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    When you make a landscapes try to more think about a atmospheric perspective it's nice trick to show depth.

    cheers and keep it up mate


    ps. thx for suscribe my thread

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    I think it's great that you're willing to just jump in and go all out with vivid colours, but I think that you could be using/varying saturation for your benefit! When your whole painting is extremely saturated, it's hard to find a focus. Things in the far distance aren't as vivid as things nearby, so it might help to try to desaturate your backgrounds/distant objects a little more to help your focal points pop out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amarok View Post
    I think it's great that you're willing to just jump in and go all out with vivid colours, but I think that you could be using/varying saturation for your benefit! When your whole painting is extremely saturated, it's hard to find a focus. Things in the far distance aren't as vivid as things nearby, so it might help to try to desaturate your backgrounds/distant objects a little more to help your focal points pop out.
    Thanks! It is really excellent thought. Its necessary to use in following works!

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    Beautiful colors here, #8 is especially nice. It has already been pointed out and I agree that some variation in saturation will give your paintings more depth.
    Keep it up!

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    And some new skeches! Pleas view

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    I love your use of color as well as the raw feeling in your character pictures.

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    Hey!

    You got some awesome paintings here! Really loving the first mech chick on your last update And i agree with Amarok, its some really tasty colors, but the images needs some more depth.

    Keep it up this way!

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    nice paintings. maybe try to do some different styles. go for soft and render it out for a long time. the quick, scratchy stuff is decent but try to experiment more.

    as for your figures - they look awkward. learn a little bit more from life and observation.
    my collaborative

    join to me to make beautiful drawings.

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    Please! We look, we criticize, we do not hesitate !

    Olav,
    Catish,
    Sean McClain,
    aronjs

    Thanks a lot for coments! It realy helpfull for my study of digital painting!
    And I wish to show you another two my works.

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    hey fella , sorry that it took so long for me to return the favor .

    so actually I do not ave that much to say. so Ill just make a little pro - con list if you dont mind ^^

    PRO
    -use of color
    -preeeeeetty unique design on some of them
    -nice linework

    CON
    -a bit to little contrast, means that you trade every part of the picture to equally in terms of linework,shadow and values
    -few to no focal points...try to work out an area that attracts the viewer...as for now my eyes are all over the place ^^

    hope that helps

    so long
    Seb

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    digging where your style is going
    keep it up I'll be staying tuned
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    Good stuff in here. I agree with Partisan with the pros an cons. As an exercice, try to draw only using big brushes.

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    Monday must die X_x

    Partisan
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    Thanks a lot friends, your councils help me to improve technics!
    I laying out some more works.

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    Amazing work n1frit, loving your style and subjects!

    The only crit I could possibly give would to just see some of your work a little tighter and more refined because your sketches themselves look fantastic!

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