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    Thank you but can you tell me which robot exactly? I got 2 robots in the thread. Also can you point out the fault in the perspective?

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    A friend of mine is planning to buy a large poster of the Metro Bug, so I spent a day and a bit working out all the little issues it had since it is a year old. I fixed the perspective, fixed the lighting, added reflections, spit, smoke, shadows,etc.



    Next up we have some rather quick character designs.



    And lastly for this update, we have a speed paint of a gloomy environment.



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    "Julius Caesar"
    18 inches by 24 inches
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    "Headache"
    12 inches by 28 inches
    Oils on masonite board



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    Cool, did you use to post at the Spawn forum ages ago? Recognize the name and style I think, perhaps even some drawings..? Anyways nice collection of various stuff. Broad.

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    Strangely enough, I did! When I was 12-13-14 maybe!

    It's hard to believe you remember me from it. I had a stupid name like "Manslaughter" or something, but I always signed my drawings "Pavel".

    There is no chance you recognize any of these paintings because I was on Spawn from 2002-2004 approximately, and only did pencil sketches of monsters back then. I'v come a way since!

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    Ok, awesome, I remember you for sure! You, mr Pascenko and draw4u

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    A dyptich based on Michelangelo's David.
    All done in Photoshop cs5.

    "Proud"


    "Pitiful"


    "Involution"


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    Hi Pavel, I really like the first piece from post 32. Scary creature, dynamic angle/action and very good use of texture all around. You need more of this..

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    Thanks DARIZ!
    You mean the metro bug? Yea I am fond of that piece, I got a lot of help from Ca on it. It was a tough one.


    "Gate of the Hopeless"
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    "Gate of the Hopeless, Beta version"



    A closeup:



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    Hello guys, I am back! I have been focusing on school a lot, as it is my last semester! However, it is my mom's birthday so I made this to decorate to go with the nice silver frame my mom bought.

    It is a bust of Athena, the Greek Goddess of war.

    "Athena and the fly"
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    Colour Balance Adjustment:


    Details:


    Workflow:


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    dude, i seriously have no words for your athena - picture. simply stunning...

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    Oh wow, thank you so much for the kind words!

    I also edited the picture, I rotated the eye and adjusted the perspective on her mouth. I think it looks more symmetrical now.

    I was having issues because the statue I was referencing was really un-symmetrical, especially in the eyes.

    EDIT: Edited the Athena painting a third time, on Oct 24th.

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    haha #33 IS WICKED RAD AN THE ONE IN #40 IS EPIX RRRRRRRRRROOOOOOOCCCCCCCKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!WOW ON THE COLOR AN LIGHTING XD

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    Thanks Smileface! Glad you like it. I printed and laminated onto wood with black sides a 27 by 27 inch print of Athena and The Fly, and it looks pretty cool.

    Under-water scene made for my dad as a birthday gift. Printed and laminated this onto wood with black sides as well.

    "Coral Reef"


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    Please vote for me in Wacom's contest. Just click "vote for this entry". It might ask you to to log into facebook but I'm not sure.
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    Here is an oil commissioned portrait. The person never showed up to look at it, so I wasted 52 hours. Oh well, got some practice. Oils are tough!



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    I really love Athena and the fly!
    You have very well executed and dark images!
    Two things I have to add though. In some places the proportions seem a bit off and Julius Cesars´ hair at the top seems flat oO dunno how this is possible^^

    But all in all very amazing stuff!

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    Thanks Doomhammer! I appreciate you taking a look and enjoying Athena and the Fly!

    I have been hard at work creating my new architectural sculpture "Ginger Bread House"!
    I hope you like it! Merry Christmas and happy holidays!

    Medium: Ginger Bread.


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    Hello! These portraits were done before the New Year, but I only got around to posting them now. I would like to wish you all a Happy New Year! Cheers.

    A portrait I painted of a friend of mine in return for him creating my website.



    A triple portrait a friend of mine commissioned as a gift to her parents. I printed it on 100 year archival paper in 24 by 36 inches and framed it. Apparently the gift was a success and everyone liked it!



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    Hey guys!
    Here is an environment I completed about a month ago.
    It used a character of mine from 2010.

    Photoshop Cs5
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    57 inches wide by 30 inches high


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    great work man i really like the portrait of missile,that portrait of your friend and the Ginger Bread is just awesome keep it up man

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    Thanks Cg-Monkey!
    However, the terribly built ginger bread house was supposed to be a joke haha, I don't think anyone got it. It isn't an actual sculpture I am proud of haha.

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    EDIT 20
    Made this portrait for my girlfriend for Valentine's day.
    Photoshop Cs5
    13,200 pixels wide by 14,100 pixels high.
    300 pixels per inch.



    Also as shameful as it is, I used pixlr-o-matic to adjust my friend's portrait. It got into Cg Society by the way!


    Finally I played around with my Athena wallpaper.



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    Sales Office Insignia



    My sales office where I work as a marketing assistant saw my artworks and requested I make them an insignia. They requested almost all the objects in the scene, except the fibre optic cables which I came up with myself as well as the orb.

    I finished it within 2 weeks, with 35 hours under its belt. It was displayed on the big screen as part of the company meeting and the sales office was happy with it.

    I printed this out on fine art paper and framed it in a metallic frame. Looks great on the office wall.

    Photoshop Cs5
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    56 inches wide, 34 inches high

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    Good work sir!

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    your portraits are amazing

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    Thank you to the both of you, I am really into portraits lately!

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    Hey guys! I remade my website from scratch. Everything is completely new! I would love if you took a look at it:
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    What you did with Michaelangelo's David in the Pitiful picture was really clever. (A man with a vagina is underused material.)

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    Thank you, I am glad to fill that void haha!

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    2012. Photoshop Cs5. This is my first commission from Reddit. This couple wanted a portrait of them to be painted from scratch and loved the result. This was really fun, so I look forward to doing more stuff like this!



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