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March 20th, 2011 #1
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happy to see that you're back krato.
i see [what i could only guess as] good sensitivity to color in your environment studies. I'd like to see a little more confidence in your strokes and shapes, especially in mountain silhouettes and bits fo architecture.
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AHHHHH a great landscape painter! How in the fucking world is that crap? You wanna see crap? Click my sig. Or don't. I'd advise not to. That isn't bad at all. Keep posting them so I can see how it's done, son.
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in your most recent post i think the first two could use more emphasis on atmostpheric perspective. Its kinda confusing to the eye, in the first one especially.
And in the second it will push the house forward more.
Beautiful colors and economy! Its really nice that you are using broad mark making!
March 22nd, 2011 #9
These are awesome!
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March 22nd, 2011 #10
I don't see any generic crap in this sketchbook. False advertising!
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March 23rd, 2011 #11
Ary: thanks, yeah i find it a little hard to get the whole atmosphere right.. so i did this painting from jaime jones that had a lot of atmospheric interference!
a self port of my baby face and a Jaime Jones study.. i love him
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March 24th, 2011 #12
Good enviro studies, Krato. Do many different environments, snow, deserts, jungles, swamps etc to build up a big library in your head. Don't forget to do cityscapes too to practise your perspective combined with your environment studies.
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April 8th, 2011 #16
youve got a great eye these studies are really nice!
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April 8th, 2011 #17
Krato's back, yay nice studies man, colors look good on the still life, but like you said work those edges some more. I would suggest framing your still life's even if they are just studies so that the composition is money as well, show all the phone, don't crop the bottom of the shoe etc... constantly thinking about compositions in everything will reinforce all that stuff in your personal work. cheers man!
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April 9th, 2011 #21
The environements are looking amazing to me^^
I am looking forward, getting myself a tablet and start with digital painting.
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April 9th, 2011 #22
Very nice work as always! Dont u have another sketchbook around here somewhere?
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totally dig the cloudy sky study in the beginning ... cloudy skies are one of the biggest challenges in illustration imo especially when they are supposed not just to look random but to support the scenery in its expression. Keep it up!
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hi krato - i can't wait to see how tad goes for you
this last ones cute but his right foot should be more - well, less side view more 3/4- if you know what i mean ` and that contour line on his face flattens it
anyway, lookin sharp man!
keep that up