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    Nice sb so far! Be careful not to get too scratchy- texture is good, but it can become overwhelming quickly.



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    Need more texture!))) I will be careful, I promise! Thanks a lot)

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    I love your paints. They each have a great value range, it helps them feel dynamic.

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    Your sketchbook looks awesome!

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    Some new works)

    I have a question. How much the time you spend drawing?

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    These last few paintings have a great mood! I especially like the second one.
    It feels that you use brushes that are too small sometimes, which results in messy-looking surfaces. Try always using the biggest possible brush first, then slowly start using smaller ones as you start detailing.

    Hope that helps and keep up the good work!

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    Sketch. Strange mood. up & go

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    Good day!

    Hi everyone! It's nice summer day today. I hope you have perfect mood)

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    o: amazing, pretty good paintings, nice textures, the style is unique

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    Hi there!

    Stunning use of colour, and I love the looseness of the brush! Would be great to see the attention being drawn in by even more variation between the loose bits and the detailed bits - try really zooming in on the most important parts, for example. Beautiful work!

    I think you asked how long we spend drawing. For me it varies wildly - I can go morning to night for a week and then not even look at a pencil for a month. I definitely get obsessive when I'm in it, for good or bad.

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    wow niiiice! your colours are great!

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    You have really cool ideas with nice colouring! maybe if you could flesh them out a little more =)?

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    Thanks a lot for council, I just tried to understand why a texture of my works dirty and not accurate it turns out. I like works of Craig Mullins, Its like to solve a riddle, how he has made it? They have in many respects affected style of my drawings.
    I was mostly referring to the one with the woman lying down, specifically her skin.

    ... But in the last two you posted this isn't that much of an issue anymore. Great job! Looking forward to seeing more

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    Looking good! You asked about texture, I think you just need to tighten up the edges so the textured masses are seperate forms. Mullins actually uses very little texture but with a hard round scribbles across the forms to give things variety in their surface, it's his strict edge control that makes the pieces work so well.

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    Ambitious settings, nice colours, I like!
    I misinterpreted the thread header image as a giant mouth with a shiny thing in the middle, it looked really cool hehe
    like this

    http://anime-showdown.wikispaces.com...aghi-mouth.jpg

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    good job so far. i like both images in post #21. it really looks like ther is a flame present with that wavy feel (u kno the heat waves u see when u look above a flame) yea so anyways. ur figures cud use a little work tho. they look a little stiff still. lookin forward to ur improvement tho. keep at it!

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    Thanks a lot for comments! I answer you in your thread. Hope to see your thread updated by the new works!
    So, we don't stop we go to the next my work!

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    Real clear improvement on that last painting actually

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    Really nice colors on these last two paintings!
    The one with the tree is especially nice - maybe spent some more time on rendering the guy so he stands out more as the focal point? Right now the grass on the ground is drawing all the attention because it's so beautifully detailed.

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    Hello! I am using Babelfish machine translation so apologies if what I write is a little difficult to understand!
    Yes you are correct, the CHOWs are for individuals, but it is fun to discuss ideas publically in groups.
    Also I often get disqualified for not obeying the rules, but I dont mind, it is just for fun!
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    привет! номрально жжошь!.. где-то работаешь?

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    честно говоря у тебя все чикипики, нормальны стиль намечается!

    Я учился, хочу продолжить, чувствую что меня привлекает классическая книжная и журнальная иллюстрация, я ушел из академии после 1го курса, хо вернутсья, но в этом году наврядли выйдет хотя кто знает...

    нужна работа хоть скольнибудь творческая, пока мочлат работодатели)))

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    you make some great choices about your colors and values. i can see the impressionist influence here in how you treat light (especially in the june 6th posting).

    ide like to suggest/challenge you to try to be more decisive about what it is you are conveying. I think the painterly approach is totally you, and you are good at it.

    Just remember that contrast creates visual interst. if everything is highly saturated, non-descript, and highly textured, then nothing will stand out to catch the eye of the viewer. Also this will continue to throw off the spatial relationships of perspective.

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    Ну, поступать можно, только не всегда целесообразно. посуди са, школы у нас в плачевнмо состоянии и поступают туда раи общения со стариками и тусни на будущее(связи), потому польза максимальаня если ты туда ищешь уже умея держать в руках карандаш, потмоу я как бы не жалею, что так вот вышло, если через год все в башке омрально уляжется то как раз будет самое время восстанвоится и доучиться на книжника...

    по поводу работы - везде на***ют.. серьезно, у нас нет культуры конкуренции, у нас конкуренции как таковой нет. Но есть свои нюансы -пробившись в игровой индустрии ты можешь дойти до определенного уровня дохода, который может доходит ьдо высоког ои очень высокого по нашем меркам, можешь даже уйти в фриланс на запад (у меня знакомый после Deep shadows - те что выпустили ксенус и предтечи) сейчас на запад башляет на дому, никакими коврижками и соц пакетами в наши горемычные конторы его не заманнишь, хоят вот недавно крайте и юбисофт начали свою деятельность...
    Потмоу да, в определеннйо мере иллюстратор - более высокие ставки. поскольку традиция иллюстраторов -либо у тебя узнаваемый стиль, либо ты мальчик на побегушках который рисует как ему говорят(знаете здесь пуговку нужно концептуально ближе к нашей задаче нарисовать)..

    если ты оформил свой стиль - то ты можешь вести танго с заказчиком ,поскольку если он выбрал тебя, занчит ему нужен твой стиль, а здеьс ты хозяин. только вот это все прекрасно если у тебя хороише заказчики ,а они опять же либо построены по западным стандартам(журналы там, бренды международные, рекламные агенства).

    Птмоу пробиватсья туда приходится с других областей - мноиге иллюстраторы начинают с хобби, работая например дизайнерами в какойто говноконторке которая хорошо и стабильно платит чтоыб хватало на жизнь.


    например издательства книг у нас- раз два и обсчелса, авеликий Малкович(под его крылом Ерко, котоырй делает обложки Коэльо и серии Гарри Поттера ... для украинских изданий естественно), все равно подлизывает всех нвоичков под одну гребенку, такая уж у наст радиция.. а потом народ выходит оттуда со стилем ерки или другого лююбимца

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    Lets do more posts!

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    ну дык и правильно делаешь..

    я же про то и гвоорю ,что с тчоки зреиня творчества иллюстрация более привлекательная - ты сам себе кроишь стиль. Но из-за этог осложнее пробиться...

    работая же в студии котораят ребует рисовать в опеределенноом стиле коненчо не для всех, н ов любом случае в определенном смысле дает бесценный опыт.

    Насчет продаваемости и честнсоти с собой сейчас это как никогда все лежит на умении себя подать

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    I love your sketchbook so far. You've got quite an imagination and your colors are so beautiful and you create really awesome moods in your works. More more more!

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    New post.
    My mood is not so good ((

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    Great studies, really like posts 15 and 21.

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