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    mmm i really like how the hill is moving in this one
    http://i1220.photobucket.com/albums/...__1/speedo.jpg
    yes it's a photostudy but still hahah

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    Next version of EOW concept:



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    Not much to say, i really like your environment... My favorite one is maybe this one, i love how the orange flows in the air ..

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    Kiwee - Thank you

    Small update, two studies and another eow wip:





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    That last one is beautiful, a WIP or possible final for the EOW I presume? Many of your photo studies are pristine, I think you'll only continue to get better seeing as you have a very strong foundation for great scope, an epic view and lush color schemes.

    Feedback for the treehouse:

    - The column of trees in the backround to the left of the main treehouse complex look somewhat like they're in a straight line across without any proportional deviations. Maybe more trees in between will off-set the look of balance there.
    - The blue lights beneath the staircase/arch beneath the house are thought provoking and cool-looking, but what purpose do they serve? I don't really know this as a viewer yet. Unless it's somewhere to park an airborne vehicle or a launch pad of sorts.
    - Other than these little things I've noticed, the foliage needs a little more work unless this is the look you were going for.

    Nice stuff!

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    Great environments, nice mixture of sharp and blurred areas. Really brings attention to the right spots. I really like the last one.
    The only thing - background on it looks like grid. It makes me wondering what those really are: trees or something like bars? Maybe background has to be more chaotic.

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    Your environments are beautiful, really atmospheric and your colour balance is really natural. I'd be curious to know what custom brushes you use...
    As for the rare human on your pictures, I'd like to see more. That female portrait a few months ago wasn't bad at all.

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    More amazing environments! Glad to see that. Keep posting!

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    really nice work in here man! that latest one is a big step up!! the edges are much cleaner, and the lighting is great!

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    This is great! Your environments are very interesting! especially the last ones, there is something very dynamic in them!

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    Cool sketchbook. I really like the "raw brushstroke" quality and confidence in your work which is pretty hard to achieve. Try to put more characters into your environments. They're good for scale comparison and you can add a bit of storytelling into your images.

    Keep going.

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    Vulgar - Wow, thanks a lot for such an exact and elaborate comment It's really helpful. Of course the last piece is just a wip and it still needs a lot of work, but i am really thankful for your opinions

    nixa - Nice to hear that. Thank you very much for opinion about the last one

    JetLime - Thanks . I mainly use brush set made by Maciej Kuciara - http://maciejkuciara.com/ (which he's shared on max3d.pl forum, so i think it wouldn't be a problem if i post the link here) http://www.maciejkuciara.com/cpts.abr

    Deadlyhazard - Thank you very much

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    Farvus - Thank you for comenting and advices, i think you're absolutely right about lack of characters in my enviros. I'll try to change that...

    Next update soon

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    siema, dobrze widziec kolejnego polaczka tutaj;] nie bede wykladal po angielsku, bo nie o to chodzi- szukaj troche kolorow w kolorach;] niech ta zielen nie bedzie zielona, a zabarw ją cyjanem, niebieskim, moze brązami...chyba wlasnie ta 'doslownosc' kolorystyczna najbardzije rzuca sie w oczy poki co.

    I mam nadzieje ze nie masz za zle za taką uwage, bo nie jestesmy tu zeby sie po dupach klepac;]

    Nice works, keep it up!

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    I'm all about environments, and yours are kicking ass... Your use of brush strokes & colors are something that really catched me, these environments are a great inspiration to me
    - May I have the permission to ask how old you are? I'm sorry if this is inappropiate...

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    Your stuff is absolutely huh-mazing, with emphasis on the "h" because you are just that good.

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    Amazing environmentals with such variety of moods and color schemes!
    I hope to see more of it coming

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    really liking the brushwork in those studies, keep it up!

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    oh wow, love your enviros, nice colors and shapes!

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    My favorite is the village in the treetops.

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    All your enviros are good, but the last one is totally killer - so moody and well rendered

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    Really gorgeous enviros

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    Yer enviros rawk...nice use of color!


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    Very inspirational sketchbook. Love it:]

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    Cool stuff man, cool stuff !!

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    Thanks for stopping by my book man, I'm digging your EOW's. I also really like that photostudy where you've used the lasso tool a bunch, I think it stands out from your other stuff because of the sharp shapes. Cool man, keep it up!

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    Really cool work here.. inspiring stuff. Beautiful light in your latest EOW

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    Do you use photos for a color palette?

    Nice stuff!

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    NicponimskY:
    Nie tylko nie mam za zle, ale jestem wdzieczny, dla takich uwag zaczalem ten
    szkicownik glównie.
    Ogólnie mialem taki czas, że próbowalem tego o czym piszesz aż chyba do
    przesady. Myslę, że jakos podswiadomie zaczalem potem dazyc do czystszych
    kolorów, ale w sumie moze rzeczywiscie wpadlem z jednej skrajnosci w inna
    Kluczem byloby znalezienie równowagi, bede o tym myslal... Dzieki wielkie za
    komentarz i rady

    Thanks a lot

    Ogihara:
    Thank you very much, it's really nice to hear. I'm 25

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    Thanks

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    Thank you man

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    Nice to hear that Thank you.

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    Thanks man

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    Thanks a million.

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    Thanks, I'm glad you like experiments with lasso. It's cool to hear.

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    Thank you very much

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    I just look at photo while drawing, thats all. Thank you for stopping by

    Some photostudies and two EOW pieces. First one (treehouse) is almost finished but i'm going to add some characters here. Second one is just a first idea sketch so there is still a lot of work to do

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    woohoo!! amazing updates man!! id love to own that treehouse! and im liking where this next one is going!

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    Can only agree with NickyBeats - Strong and beautiful environments and I like the studies too.

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