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    Thank you guys for comments and all the feedback you are givin' me. It's very motivational and I appreciate every word. Big thanks!

    I'm visiting my home town during the weekend. I dunno if it's only me, but while I'm home I'm becoming extremely lazy. Didn't even care to shave myself for the whole weekend ;o. But I forced myself to do some crappy stuff. Some really fast enviro, they took me less than 5 minutes each. I've decided to stop my desert landscape at this point. Cuz I found that I really need to study human figure more. I'm simply suck at this. You now any tutorials on skin tone?

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    [QUOTE=Ramalooke;3211869]Some really fast enviro, they took me less than 5 minutes each.
    5?! I can produce only horrible crappy enviros in this time... Well I'm not experienced in them... 5 mins spent on a head is plenty
    The first one is kinda cool for a fast one. Where do you get ideas to draw something? It may sound stupid, I dunno, my imagination is extremely tiny by itself, I need some inspiration to draw anything but mere faces.

    I've decided to stop my desert landscape at this point. Cuz I found that I really need to study human figure more. I'm simply suck at this.
    Beware... I'm always very conscious about the lack of my skills regarding face and I barely draw anything else and that's not a good thing. I think playing with enviros would help when human body frustrates me but it's damn hard to make myself to do something else.
    I'm sorry I always write about myself

    Coloring skin... The tutorial on furiae.com (oh, both google and my antivirus program says the site is harmful now) had a deep impact on me and my skin coloring method basically based on this. But it's about pale skin.
    Then I met this and I got confused but I made some attempts to do things like this. I learned a new things from it.

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    Oh noes, don't stop the desert painting! It has so many nice parts already. I still love the values there.
    And I wonder how you can do environments in 5 minutes. I would feel terrible overwhelmed by such a task! The lighteffects are cool in the first one

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    Its a usual problem of ivero - ambient light.

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    The last ruin environment is really looking good, is it a photo study?

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    Not shaving!!!
    cccc
    I will have to report you because of this!

    Here are some tutorials, and you can
    find skin tutorials under SKIN;
    http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=190982

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    oh and you forgot to push the *THANKS*
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    Those enviros are getting better, i would suggest though to spend more time at the planning stage (sketch/initial layout stage) there you'd be able to solve most of the perspective and proportions matters.
    Only after you've made a finished layout of the picture that you happy with, start painting, maybe it will take more time like that but it will allow you to save time on the painting and rendering stage where you won't have to change and fix proportions and perspective.

    Keep up with the great work mate!

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    Where did you disappeared?
    You know it's time to party.


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    Yeah the pillar thing. I set vanishing point to close to the canvas, that's why the perspective looks distorted. I was trying to fix it, but I didn't succeeded. Thanks for comment

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    Sorry for this 'thanks' button thing. I don't know how it happened! Thanks for support. I'm back and I'll be updating like a mad man .

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    Yeah you're right. I was thinking about it lately and I came to the same conclusion. Need to plan my images more. Thanks, for the hint. Cheers, mate

    Long time no post, huh? I was busy with my life. Now I'm back. Need to improve fast, so expect lots of updates. I need to catch up with you guys and I promise that I'll visit your sketchbooks. I need only some time :o. Today I'm posting things that I was doing lately.

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    good stuff m8! Gettin better! i rly like how you improve Keep up them anatomy studies to! yeh?

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    I am very happy that you are back, you know
    we have missed you. But we all understand,
    life can interfere many times into our art joy. You
    are right, you started to work like a machine, and I
    am very much satisfied with your progress. Some neat
    concepts, my favorites are the magic island, it just have
    to go into some fairy tale book. Second favorite is the
    dark towers/enviro paintings. As for suggestion, try to
    go with darker edges on those buildings and towers.
    CHOW piece is great, I did not know that you participated.
    Hope that you will continue updating just as you said,
    and we will enjoy in a beautiful ray of your new masterpieces.


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    Thanks guys, I appreciate your comments and feedback Let me be brief this time. It's a WIP for this weeks EOW. Spend on it about 20 minutes. Hope I'll manage to finish it before the deadline. Since I'm going home for the weekend I have not to much time to spend on it.

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    i like the composition so far! some nice warm and cool colour variations could bring in some depth ull manage!

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    Thanks mate. I've thrown a bunch of color into this piece, but it's still kind of flat. I guess it's cuz I've started to light and now I'm having low value range. Need to fix it.

    I'm throwing another WIP and some robo doodles.

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    starting to look even better

    u can tone it all down by just adjusting the hue/saturation in that same called menu.
    and after that u can make an overlay layer and light up the areas u want more bright

    keep it up dude! looking forward to the finished version!

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    Your work is getting better and better with each post
    i would suggest to use some more contrast in your colors, try to make them a bit more saturated because now imo they look a bit foggy.

    Keep painting and posting!

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    EOW will be a burner...


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    Cool updates! I'd add a little bit of contrast to the foreground in the last enviro, though it looks so promising)))

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    I think it's a second or third time your post starts a new page in my SB .

    Nine page already. And I'm member of CA for almost a year. Time flies.

    Anyway here's my EOW entry. I'm not entirely happy with how it came forth. Those weeklies are great practice. I think I'll participate more often . Thanks for comments and feedback.

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    i like the last one it has a nice mood, i think it could use some hard edges into the focus point, it would have helped a lot i think looks a bit smudgy but good composition.

    Keep it up!

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    Thanks mate

    CHOW WIP.

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    The Chow looking great i would suggest adding a bit more contrast to the colors and something more chess related to the character, like a chequered pattern or so.

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    woowzers dude! ur gettin there fast lovin that enviro!

    wouldve liked a bit harshers colours and glows in there,, but thats just my style XD

    that chow is getting cool already to..dont forget to flip ur image though i think theres some stuff wrong with the allignment of his armor and his body, something that slips in my drawing alot to, since i forget to flip alot

    and congratz with ur first year of ca hawhaw!

    cu soon!

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    Thanks guys for your comments. I appreciate all of them

    It was a while since I did some anatomy. So for begining here are some figure drawings. I did more of them but my scaner is a burning piece of shit and it didn't scan them properly.

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    Hey bro! =) Your figures feel really nice =) I like the torso and legs forms a lot =) Would maybe just practice shading on them or something.. maybe do more hands and feet for them too. =) Keep up the good work bro =)

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    Thanks for hanging out with me =) was a lot of fun, I'll call you on skype when I'm on again!

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    I was just about to ask you, do you need a light,
    but then I saw that you have already fired up everything.
    You have turned up the heat. I am proud because of all this.


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    Thanks guys

    It was a while since I did anatomy studies. It's hard to get back to it after such a long break. So here are some torso studies and last week chow.

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    Love those anatomy studies! Keep 'em coming!



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    Thanks mate

    I suck at drawing faces, yuck. Need to do more studies

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