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    Great stuff, you know how to use light to set a scene. Looking forward to seeing more.

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    Thanks a lot

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    more paintings

    Hey guys,
    Just a few more paintings

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    My god these are yummy! Love that marble floor on the second last one How did you get it like that?! I can't stop looking at it!

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    environments and lighting = good

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    Thanks for the comments

    Ladyknowles there was nothing special to it really I just dropped in the suggestion of reflections.

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    They're really nice, I love the dragon one! And the very first one too, adding in that person beside the robot suggest an interesting story there.

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    Thanks a lot,

    yeah its amazing how a little squiggle can change a picture, without that there would be no sense of scale.

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    Perspectives off in a couple of them... but i already told you that. DO YOU NOT LEARN BAKER???

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    Sweet paintings! I don't know what kind of brushes you're using but almost all of those seem too blurred/glowy, it takes away the focus from whatever guy/creature you have in the foreground (especially in the dragon and little yellow alien pic). The 'Image Bar' one is by far my favorite It's so simple but atmospheric, as if I could find that place somewhere in Manhattan xD.

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    Hey guys,
    thanks for the comments and crits ill bear them in mind.

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    awesome work man! love it. the image bar, and the giant robot are my favs.

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    your work is good but most of your pieces are too saturated in color, real life colors are not always so saturated, I had this same problem when I started, also remember whatever is further away will be less saturated and has more atmosphere between the viewer so it will be usually bluer and faded away.
    keep it up

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    I have to contradict some of the guys above ^^ shapes, and linework and saturation are not so much of interest right now ... youre more of a mood guy try to keep at that !

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    Hey guys thank you for the comments and crits

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