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    Zoriy's sketchbook

    Hi ,my name is Max. I draw and paint since autumn 2008, mostly environments. I need some motivation ,that's why i've decided to start this sketchbook.
    P.S: Forgive me my english
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    Some old digital paints and pencil stuff from life.

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    Such form, and that hatching...it creates such a texture. I love it. Nothing I can critique on at the moment, but this is an excellent start! Would love to see more of your work!

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    drd - thanks man ,i'll post more

    Tree was painted after watching Whit Brachna's video about masks

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    Great start, I really like your still life drawings they have great texture.

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    The enviros are awesome. That red tree is really nice and colorful.

    Keep it up!

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    I could kiss those still lifes

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    Those still-lifes are awesome!

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    Love the texture in those still lifes. The red tree really stands out to me.

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    Thanks guys Glad you like still lifes.
    I'll post them more but in digital technics.
    Last edited by Zoriy; October 31st, 2010 at 08:13 AM. Reason: Adding art

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    Some sketches from imagination

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    Thanks Parsakoira
    Now some tree sketches from life and a bunch of photo studies. I've found them on http://coronadetucson.blogspot.com/ but not a portrait
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    I really love your environment sketches and drawings, would love to get some tips on how you do it. Do you start with a basic layout sketch? Or do you just dab on paints where you like and see where it takes you? I can't wait to see more

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    oh wow hey you are on your way to getting real good at this! love the orange and the tree in the forrest piece. You just gotta love those ethereal bluish glows! though frankly they dun feel "heavy and stable" enough for me. But tt's just me. Weird comments. lol. hope to see more improvements!

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    Elvy - it depends on what type of environment i want to paint. If it's a studie from photo or life i paint form and atmosphere directly. Just by picking color ,value that i need and putting brushstrokes down on a canvas. If it's environments from imagination (sort of sketches) i have to think more deeply. Sometimes i start with composition and ideas in lines or value. But more often i'm putting warm and cool colors (maybe playing with color balance in PS) with value but with no form at all. If color pattern looks fine ,it's time to draw some form on it. That's my process
    Red robot - thanks man ,yes i love glows

    Hope i did not to many grammar mistakes. Feel free to correct me
    Small update today - sketches and lava concept.

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    Very nice sketchbook. Looking forward to seeing more environments!

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    Long time without updates. So here is some enviros and more pencil value studies =)
    Last edited by Zoriy; October 17th, 2010 at 04:49 PM.

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    Little update with a value study of a dragon. It's not that good as i want it to be ,so i need to find more time for drawing creatures =)
    That small sketch with rock is strange testing colors maybe
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    Black and white trainings!
    Color is hard.. really

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    A new work with desert landscape.
    Trying to add more colors in my environments =)
    Last edited by Zoriy; September 6th, 2011 at 09:53 AM.

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    amazing details in pencil..your pencil is so power. and enviro is so succesfull.

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    Awesome stuff. Keep posting!

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    Great use of colors on the environments. Your still lifes are pretty damn sweet, too, and I'm really digging the desert painting from your last post. Keep up the good work. I will definitely keep an eye on this SB!

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    karantina - thaaanks =)

    Nephredyl - thank you , i will!

    Adreean - glad you like it , colour is very hard for me

    New weekly speedpaints and study from life ,hope you like it

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    I love your work, it's really imaginative and beautiful!! =D You should post some in between steps to show us how you do it! umm critiques umm..... come back to me when I actually have something to critique... =P
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...86#post2864086 sketchbook<-- my sketchbook check it out
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    Why so awesome?

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    Environments look Awesome! The colors are rich and the topics look interesting! You've got some mad pencil rendering skills too and the trees from life look great! I'd try it myself if it wasn't so cold here. Looking at these, it's hard to believe you've just drawn for 2 years.

    Always inspiring to see someone pushing himself, keep it up!

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    Impressive updates and works...needs more stars this sketchbook does.....there you go

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    wow. Brilliant work man. Really warm and pretty. Nice to see some variety too.

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