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    Concepts and sketches

    Hello!

    Been a member for well over a year and not once have I posted personal paintings/sketches.
    So, glad to be here again.

    I'm trying my hand at concept art as I'm exploring different career paths. Excited about it and hope you enjoy watching my progress.
    Critiques and comments appreciated!

    Thanks for looking!
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    Wip of some characters I'm working on.

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    More updates. C&C appreciated.

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    The woman in your first post is lovely, really nicely rendered, same with your sketches and doodles, the only crit i can give is that your characters could be rendered a little smoother
    look forward to seeing more!
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    Very good start, the rendering on the studies of yours are looking great. Watch out for anatomy problems on your imaginary work though, the hips of the girl in your first batch of digital characters look a little off to me. I'm not too good at hips myself, but anatomy studies definitely help when trying to understand them.

    Anyways, hope to see more soon. Keep up the good work.
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    Thanks Envodas, I'll keep that in mind for future characters

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    ..You're right, Naidy, about the hip anatomy. I'll fix it.

    Orc mischief:

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    Really nice works! I'm looking forward to more !

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    is all this from ur mind ? if it is.. im a big fan already... i always have respect for drawing from imagination.. i also like ur pencil strokes... u have a good style.. cheers mate

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    Yeah all from imagination, occasional face refs though. Glad you like my work

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    You definitely have a firm grasp on human anatomy, now let's get a little life and movement into those people! Right now they look like plastic dolls. Well, except for that last guy you posted. I love him!

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    Thanks for the insight, Dana.
    I'll try and get some action going soon.

    ...more

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    Hi Leroy. I have to say that first digital rendering is very good; what kind of tools did you use?, How much time did that thing take?

    this Ork hulk looks great btw.

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    More doodles and stuff...

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    hi dude
    you should tons of quick poses if you want to improve, live real person !

    keep up your good work

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    Really great stuff, your digital painting is really nice

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    More stuff...had a lot of fun with this batch. : )

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    Wow! Your color studies up there are phenomenal!

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    awesome work man. especially on those really nicely rendered females!! very nice skin tones. keep up the great work!!
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    a promising start my friend! it's good to see you explore new career paths and i think you will do fairly well in concept art ^^" keeeep it coming dude!
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    Great use of colours and those few females + hands especially, soo freaking realistic. Keep it up!

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    Amazing, specially the pencil works. The paintings are great too, but it seems you are using black to make shadows... what about to try variations of the color on light parts? And make some variation of temperature to increase contrast? For example, if light part is cool, make shadows warm. And you could try to use more subtle colors too, theay too pure and strong at moment.
    I'll keep following your progress.

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    First environment. More of a test,really. Thoughts?

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    Just experimenting..pretty fun, actually. Different from my usual techniques. : )

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    Really like the direction these last few have gone- very expressive! Would love to see two characters interacting with this kind of dynamic look going on. Cool!

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    Simply beautiful skin renderings you have, the female and the
    hand in your very first post is just amazing.
    And of course the graphite pencils right after that, the figures
    and faces are outstanding. Rendering fabric is also one of your
    best things. The only what I could suggest is that you study more
    human poses and anatomy, that is if you want to improve the look
    and realism of your characters.
    Good job overall, hope that you will keep on posting.

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    Something I'm working on...

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