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    E=mc˛

    Hi everyone!
    Here is my skeches and I'll be glad to hear(i mean read))..) your opinion about my works.
    On your comments i try alway answer in your Sketchbook or your other thread)

    Latest works on last pages


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    New pictures

    some crazy drawnings

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    Some new stuff

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    Hello, http://attachments.conceptart.org/fo...1&d=1295251480 this one looks quite cool, though try not to put same strenght contrasts all over the drawing, makes it hard to read, try to look for more values everywhere,

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    Thanks a lot! I will try))

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    Great anatomy on your skeches! Its from imagination or model? how long you draw it?

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    Hi everyone! Some works for your review)

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    completion of skech

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    well not bad seems youre on the right way just go on and on

    try to find your weak spots and train them, never hide them

    my Sketchbook plz help me become a better artist !

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcSampson View Post
    well not bad seems youre on the right way just go on and on

    try to find your weak spots and train them, never hide them
    Еhank you MarcSampson ! Му weak spots will be strong spots ))

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    I don't know your background, but you draw pretty well, especially bodis (form and so..).
    I thik you'll have to work with some gravity weights (last picture [assassins greed?], #7 womens are great), don't lose sketch line (#7 left picture both hands and one leg).
    These are my first points, more like suggestions... you don't have to follow them, if you don't want to - it's all up to you, you'll do great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Somelar View Post
    I don't know your background, but you draw pretty well, especially bodis (form and so..).
    I thik you'll have to work with some gravity weights (last picture [assassins greed?], #7 womens are great), don't lose sketch line (#7 left picture both hands and one leg).
    These are my first points, more like suggestions... you don't have to follow them, if you don't want to - it's all up to you, you'll do great.
    I can't define with skech technics. Some time I like lines, some time fills)
    But anyway thanks for suggestions!

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    I'm a big fan of the style of #8, a lot of confident depth and color there

    In your concepts, try not to make the pose look so arbitrary, especially in comparison with the expression of the face. For example, girly on bottom right of #7 looks like she's menacing, but she has a sort of wispy, innocent, girlish pose, confusing to the viewer, and makes it look a bit silly. Also, careful of your proportions, especially in your shoulders/heads.

    Keep goin!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwigarbage View Post
    I'm a big fan of the style of #8, a lot of confident depth and color there

    In your concepts, try not to make the pose look so arbitrary, especially in comparison with the expression of the face. For example, girly on bottom right of #7 looks like she's menacing, but she has a sort of wispy, innocent, girlish pose, confusing to the viewer, and makes it look a bit silly. Also, careful of your proportions, especially in your shoulders/heads.

    Keep goin!
    Thanks for councils! It's very helpfull fo me, because I can't notice my mistakes)
    By the way, you have greatfull bodypainting)

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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.

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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
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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

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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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