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    Lightbulb Babes, dragons, and landscapes!

    Hello

    I haven't posted around here in a while and i'm not sure i ever posted in the finally finished section (its very intimidating lol) but I just wanted to post a few recent pieces for you to look through I have lots of new stuff coming and wanted to get these out of the way so i can move on! I hope you Like them! and if not then thats ok too!

    Oh! and if you'd like the see the progress shots of most of these then head over to my art blog at jameswolfart.blogspot.com!

    Oh! and lastly! if you would like to contact me for work that's ok as well!! (jamiestrehle.com)
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    I'd love to see some more super-saturated oranges in the wings of the dragon, I think you could still push it some

    Also, your foreshortening on the first girls legs is a little off, we should be able to see more butt-cheek. Overall her legs feel out of proportion with her body (legs too small, body too big). The flare coming off of the reflective pool is also making a tangent with the shadows on her legs, flattening the illusion of foreshortening further.

    gorgeous rendering and concepts, though! Your environments show the skill of a seasoned pro

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    Dude you are now officially on my: I want this on my wall, list! Great work.
    We are remembered only by what we leave behind.

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    Absolutely cracking, good work fella.
    Must admit when I saw the thumbnail I thought it was going to be shite, so pleased to be proved wrong.
    Brilliant stuff
    'Champagne for my real friends and real pain for my sham friends' Francis Bacon
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    Beautiful work. I find it hard to take my eyes off the elf girl... and I don't even like blondes !!!???

    Mah ' Crub

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    James Dussqe- haha thanks man, and yea i know! our name is totally awesome!

    stoph- ooOOoo thanks for the crits A lot of these are old enough that I don't think i'll be going back into them, at least until I get all my current work done but I appreciated the advice stoph!

    Waipunga- !! awesome! I've still got a long way to go though, but thanks for the comment!

    village idiot-lol i'm glad you were proven wrong too

    Mah ' Crub- maybe its cause she's naked haha

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    Actually I am impressed! Your work is amazing, can I ask what exactly the person is looking at in the picture that is focused on the little robot looking a the person?

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    Great Work!!!! Keep it up.
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    Ohh, gorgeous! I absolutely love how you use light and colors to display mood. The elf picture especially just transports me to this beautiful place Great job!

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    awesome work! Your environments are especially rich with vivid.

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    Great talent! Keep drawing! - G

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    Breathtaking !

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    Great work James! Your style is gorgeous, especially in the environments. Elf Girl is awesome too though the other girl looks off to me somehow. I think it is the fact that you can see her left butt-cheek which I would have thought should be hidden behind her shoulder. I could be wrong though! Outstanding stuff anyway man.

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    Beautiful artwork, very versatile and rich. Great colours and atmosphere on the environs, I especially like the industrial looking ones, 2nd one's perspective is fantastic!
    Is that the little robot dude's spaceship in the boy's hand on the "In search for humans" picture? Lovely

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    AxFROWNYxFACE- thanks its actually supposed to be obscured and sort or mysterious but Jetlime got it

    lyethia- thanks!

    zimfin- thanks zimfin I appreciate that, and i've gotten that comment before on the girl, I think there is a small issue going on there but it would require more work than i'm willing to put into an old piece, I did tweek it a little bit though. anyway thanks for the crit

    JetLime- you guessed it

    thanks for the comments everyone! they are much appreciated

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