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October 27th, 2010 #1
Magic happens here! (kinda)
Oh hai there!
My very fresh and first thread here at CA! I always check these forums, seeing all other amazing artists here, I decided to finally show some of my own stuff. I'll gonna start with only few recent sketches, I should post much more in time
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Love the jungle painting and portrait, your colour use is especially good
My only criticism, and I don't think you could really call it that, is that I would love to see you develop the portrait further.
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Finally Finished, named it "Bento". Here it's description:
You will most likely find Bentos hiding deep in swamps. They have extremely long legs, when crouched, they're about 2 meters tall, and when they stretch out, their height can reach up to 6 meters, sometimes up to 8.
Bentos are perfect jumpers and swimmers, yet they're not so good runners.
In swampy water, Bentos move around perfectly, usually they can reach the bottom with their feet, and still are able to peek their head from the water. Long legs allow them to swim easily, and huge feet allow them to easily walk in muddy soft ground.
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Great work so far. Keep up the practice, I can see an improvement just in this first page!
March 17th, 2013 #13
hmm, I can see it's been quite a while since my last post (:
I'm thinking about staying more active here, I'm doing a lot of speedies at the moment, so I will upload something daily.
Here's some recent stuff (One hour for every work)
Not one hour for this one (:
still a WIP
March 17th, 2013 #14
I like your paintings. Speedpainting of the ship and last creature especially.
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very nice work. the last one seems to reallly carry a story across. did you use the lasso tool ontop of painted parts there?
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March 19th, 2013 #20
Haven't done any speedies today, been a bit busy with work.
But I still want to keep up with my promise to upload something here daily.
So here's an older piece, from november 2012, I think I consider it finished. It was done mainly to study the grass and rocks (:
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