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    love your clean, simple style. That last design is great!


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    Wow...you have a lot of really good stuff here. Very impressive!
    My Sketchbook: Criticisms and Feedback needed


    "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step."
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    I love the way you use anatomy!

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    Excellent quality in style and execution!

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    Wow... a new favorite sketchbook. The figures look so solid, and your colors are fantastic. Great work... will watch your book for sure.
    Thinking connects desire with creation.
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    Here´s a fat pirate guy I did for fun.

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    Hi matey

    This stuff is amazingly good! I especially like the hammerhead thug he made me and my kids laugh and laugh, are you doing kids illustration as a job or are you starting out? I am just wondering what your career path is, judging by the kids (ages 6 and 9) reaction to the shark and some of the other stuff you got it made matey.

    All the very best to you matey
    A great kind hearted lumbering bullock



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    Outstanding, great drawing skills!

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    Your sketchbook is today's favorite! Really awesome character design here, not sure if you've heard that before. ..

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    Oh my, this sketchbook is golden! I love the different shark gangster concepts, haha. Actually all of your character concepts are really good.
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    Aw, the fat pirate looks super cute! The fat looks so natural.
    I totally love your style, great inspurational work!
    “Nothing in this world that's worth having comes easy”

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    I drew some buddies for my fat pirate, now he doesn't have to plunder the seas alone. I accidentally reduced my brush size when I was cleaning up the middle guys, which his why the line treatment looks a little different.

    Lightship69: Thanks, I'm doing concept art for videogames at the moment, although doing kids illustrations is something that has crossed my mind.

    mike butkus: Thank you very much, I'm a big fan of your sketchbook, very insightfull.

    And thanks for the comments to everyone else of course.

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    I love the style of your works!! Really enjoy these interesting paintings. Love it! Any suggestions in coloring approach?

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    I would say go for it mate honestly, or at least look into it as a potential sideline and money spinner. I mean yea gods with credit crunches and recessions every other day, each penny counts mate.

    All the best and I will keep looking, I kinda like this book mate
    A great kind hearted lumbering bullock



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    Dropping some color onto these guys, also a little urban enviro practice.

    QueenWorm:Thanks, most of the time I try to be systematic with my coloring, solving one problem at a time. I usually paint in some midtones, then work on shadows and leave the highlights for last, I also try to keep values as clean as possible. If there's something more specific you'd like to know, just ask.

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    A quick update.

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    Nice work !
    I really like the fatty pirate. I cannot remember having seen someone like this before.
    On the other hand the muscle pirate right next to him seems rather standart in comparison. But who am I to talk ?

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    Finished these two I think.

    shockowaffel: Yeah I see what you mean, honestly his main reason for existing is to give me an excuse to draw some flintlock pistols

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    Brilliant character Designs throughout this sketchbook! Do you animate Browning?

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    I am absolutely in love with your painting style. It just looks so clean and smooth without losing the feel of your brushstrokes. Brilliant!
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    nice style and great characters!

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    Your style is awesome, man! Could you do some videos of how you work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Browning View Post
    Hi everyone, I'm André Brown. I've lurked around here for ages, figured it was about time I posted something.
    I work in a small videogame company in Portugal, which has been a great learning experience, but it does suck up a lot of time, and I've sorta been neglecting my personal work, I'm hoping this sketchbook will help fix that.

    So yeah, this is the first of hopefully many posts.
    I'll kick things of with some goblin guys, not sure I'll ever get around to rendering the bottom four.
    Awesome style and render, remember "Insomniac style"

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    Slick work man, very inspiring.
    "Even a stopped clock, gets the right time twice a day."
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    Some random environment practice.

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    So many wonderful updates - just love all the characters since last I posted/visited.
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    wow man, loving your environments too! is there anything that you cant draw?! its like your comfort zone includes everything! haha, not a bad thing! keep it up!
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    Impressive work!!! The shark rules!!!! Hope to see more!!! Ciao
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    Loooove everything man, 5*( 10 imo)

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    Soooo abselutly great! Like your style a lot! But sometimes your materials have all the same look. Try to make more difference between for example metal and wood, or between skin an cloth.

    But your use of shadow is outstanding!

    PS: Nice Eye-Gouger btw ^^

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