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    You sir, rock. Everytime I look here I get inspired, like that serial killer, the madness just drips off the screen

    Amazing work

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    Duderoo !...post your stuff into the finals thread for Rangda, the demonqueen ! ..they didnt managed to get the poll up by yesterday, so deadline is shifted to today (31th) 9PM GMT+1 ...not saying I stand a chance in winning ...BUT ...whats the point in winning if the competition is not as tough as possible !

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    thanks for posting up the step-by-steps on the first page, i'll check out the rest when I get home but I really like everything I've seen so far!

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    wow man really love your work, wish i will be as good as you when im 30 still got some years but my eyes where melting when i saw those images, how do you creatue such realistic texture? like ice water fire etc?do you use photos?

    my Sketchbook plz help me become a better artist !

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    very nice paintings! i'm amazed how you seem to work straight to value in some cases

    and the colours/lighting/composition are always awesome too. keep it up!

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    Just checked out your blog site. Sweeeeeeet. And thanks for sharing all that info earlier in the thread!

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    my jaw dropped!!... wauw... absolutely stunning.

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    punch in my face! you're awesome.

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    crazy rendering, really digging the research you did before painting, i should do that more often..

    keep those paintings coming!

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    flippin awesome!! my eye is directed straight to character, only to find thatold scary hag lurking in the corner, great brush strokes and economy!!

    more please!

    ...the imperfections make it interesting...

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    Amazing stuff man, really impressive!

    My Sketchbook HERE
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    Absolutely GREAT. I totally love your style. ***** and subscribed.

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    I love your painterly textures. Really cool illustration.

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    damn, this is how its done

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    Hey dude thanks for the great crit in the CHOW thread, for some reason I wasn't seeing your posts until I used another machine... Weird!.. I have a tendancy to overwork stuff and lose some of the feeling in doing so. Ah well we're all here to learn! Yeah you're right about posting in the finals thread, though it's always a nice ego boost if you do well Love your Leo post though it does look like he's broken his own neck...

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    Amazing work, i really enjoy all of them.

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    Amazing work, thanx for sharing! Your WIP shots are very helpfull too )

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    Agree with above post, your WIP´s are really inspiring! Keep it up!

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    Thanks for this. Having a lot of trouble doing things form the "imagination" and this picture really helps me to understand how to use reference better in the future. Awesome SB. Definitely five star material.

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    Yes, yes, YES!

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    This is an awesome collection of work. It is really interesting to see your references coupled with the finished product. You also really use forms well, and that adds a nice level of realism and physicality to the image.
    Oh, and the Four Horsemen image is amazing.
    Sweet stuff!

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    BNOCH!!!!

    your a BEAST dude! this last piece is amazing. very nice, do you usually paint flat paints on a new layer after you work up the grey scale? or did you start with colors, and turn the colors off to check the lighting balance in b+w?

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    HOOOOLLLY FUCK! Dude .. awsome stuff you got here .. i hope i will be as good as you somewhen!

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    I really admire your ability to mix detailed portions with loose, painterly areas in your illustrations. I'm working toward that kind of technique

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    Yup. This is definitely why I joined CA. To get inspired by guys like you. Thanks for putting all this up here for us to see! It certainly makes me aim higher.

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    dude your stuff i awesome. Keep it up man, keep posting. U got some mad inspirational work.

    "I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain."
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    Awesome artwork! Keep on posting steps and ref materials, please!

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    Absolutely great art! Rangda is just killer piece! I like texture of the background in both.

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    Totally appreciate the positive comments, it's really motivating to see people interested in my work.

    NickyBeats - I paint on top of what I've put down in B/W. For the most part, i use the B/W to block silhouette, form/shapes, and a basic lighting pass. I use color layers of varied styles (soft lights, overlays, etc.) to build up layers slowly, then transition directly to painting on a normal layer.

    What rules about the digital format (and any other medium), is that there are 1001 ways to get to a final product. My way is no better than anyone else, and I am adapting and changing up my approach when I learn something new.

    +oas+ you mentioned the curves in the EoTW. I used a circle marquee stroke to get a clean line, adjusted it to put it in the perspective I wanted, then do a high pass filter of the same line. The high pass filter layer is then changed to an overlay layer where it becomes crisp and sharpened. I adjusted the sharpness of the edge overall to give it focus and vary the edge crispness... thats the Photoshop Science answer. I mixed the line quality, so its noticeably tight in one area and drops off and becomes soft on the opposite end.

    This was another experiment that resulted in Tron's evil cousin, Kron. I saw some batshit crazy show this weekend about ballistics shot on incredibly high speed film... blew my mind.

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