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    nice work man.
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    Wow that diablo 3 painting looks like a winner.

    good luck =)
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    Haha! I just saw your D3 post on your facebook and checked your deviantart thinking to myself '' Hmmm, I hope that there's more awesome snatti updates '' -> goes to Conceptart.org and it's the in the latest posts ^^. That DH looks sweet! My fav class in D3. And those skin/ figure studies look way better than the earlier ones imo. They look a lot more solid. The brush work is damned awesome too, I need to step away from petting things in on low opacity and do more confident strokes like that.

    You're totally right about it being hard to focus when your workflow get interrupted too lol. I am really bad when it comes to that.
    Keep posting pure awesome ^^! Looking forward to next!
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    breathtaking stuff keep it up!
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    I was very expect to see you at least one semi-finalist list, still trying to understood logic of winners consideration, what do you think?
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    Wow really amazing work! Keep it up!!! I want to see more )
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    Everything seems to have stroke economy while still looking realistic. Very cool! Also really dig the still lives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snatti View Post
    sprogis @ thank you! Yeah i often use airbrush when doing the still life, helps get some nice gradients
    nickybeats @ thanks man! Yeah its a great excises and fun to do!
    Surus @ thanks surus! I spend about 12-10h on average each and just try to use it the very best i can, while staying away from smaller distractions such as skype/facebook, i noticed sometimes when i do have skype going and i write as same time as i work, you just keep getting interrupted in your workflow and it gets hard to focus.
    Buxu @ i think your right buxu, and been trying to step away from it, some of the studies had girls with wet skin as well, which i think really pushed the feel of ceramic
    verehin @ thanks man!
    Flaskpost @ thank you!
    Dom ross @ thank you! Happy you liked them, i think that when you practice things you want to improve on along side things "you must" improve on, is the best combination, i am not sure when i noticed i improved, i think it was when i got my first job as fulltime concept aritst, that it hit, maybe i can do this after all.
    Raccondeviant @ thank you!

    Thanks everyone for the support,it means a lot, lately i have been doing a lot of work for star citizen and digital tutors , unable to show any of that yet, the majority of this post will contain studies and my entry for the diablo 3 contest over on da
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    what. The. Fack. That's amazing! I get hurt from just seeing your work.
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    Dang son, those still lifes are killers. You capture every specular highlight flawlessly, really show the differences between materials.

    D3 Demonhunter piece is pretty sweet. It has enough nice details on her clothing to make her standout from the background, but not enough to take all the focus away from the rest of the painting. Really nice balance.

    Awesome work!
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    Very nice work, you wroked hard on the Diablo entry, well done! =)
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    When I saw your first posts I wasnt quiet sure why evryone was so excited about your stuff. But your work really grew over the years and I think that you even became one of my favourite artists. Neat Paintings in here and sometimes your design really impress me. Keep it going

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