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    messing about with old material. Original from 2005 and paint over wip from today

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    aother Faerie on a mushroom, but this is a comission for a friend. Influence of Brian Froud is requested by the happy but yet unaware recipient. If you have any tips and critique Iīd be really grateful. I am not sure about the little fellas legs to be honest.

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    mehr moar - little bit at a time

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    Hey hey!
    So... you did a lot of good stuffs when i was away. I really like the body paintings, i think that's your specialty. right? I also like the wips in this page. On that latest post, i think the colors are a bit too local, it needed some shades of dark blue especially on the reds and yellows. But i think it's a matter of personal preference, so no real crit this time you are doing good.



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    working on it - work - work - work

    Anbody got some good advice on how to paint rain?

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    working on it

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    wow - your updates are delicious. Love your goblin-illustration :-)

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    my thumbnails for the latest EoW

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    One more favorite piece has been made in my eyes, in your
    painting arsenal. You don’t need to guess, It’s just too obvious,
    that the little adorable fairy sitting on a mushroom is a gorgeous
    erotic deed. She is sweating and he is sweating, a large enormous
    hot moist environment has been ignited. I can see that you added
    some juice flowing out from her, so it’s totally not a stone cold
    situation for her. She is sweating and becoming wet for a reason.
    I am so surprised that the mushroom is surprised. He should be
    evilish a bit and should be using the occasion secretly. Growing
    behind the curtains. Such a strong happiness hit my head as I
    see this piece in general, I am euphoric once again. You are improving
    and becoming more exciting in your digital art world. The environment
    thumbnails are solid and they have evoked a lot of thoughts and
    calculations in the future oriented native minds. You did excellent,
    and I am looking forth to see more exciting and mindblowing
    paintings from you. Till our next meeting be good and stay healthy.


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    Love these fairies Nice story telling in both of them.

    I am pretty sure that all these leg problems (in "dancing in the rain" like faerie) appear because: on the very first initial wip front leg, and whole body overall looks perfectly fine. But foot is mostly in the front view.

    On the second wip, you painted that foot from the profile view, and it changed a lot.

    Last one in the post 484(counting from left) looks good, you managed to rebuild the balance, and it looks fine with foot in the profile.
    I would say that you can just stay with these pose, eventually with new arms.These way faerie dude looks more proud than in the initial wip.

    But i think these very first pose is brilliant! cheerful, and full of energy. Greeting hand higher seems to show that hes very open, cheerful, simple person. Lowering it makes him slightly more "i am important" like person.

    My favor option would be: putting his foot in the front view (just like in your last wip), but slightly more on the fingers, like ballerina , and staying with old hands.

    Hmm, that's probably to long crit, considering my English level

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    Congrats on the 3rd place.

    I think the legs aren't the same length.


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    First of all, does anyone know what to do with the notifications? I keep resetting mine to "email me" but I never get any emails anymore and my
    settings keep getting reset to no notifications for subscribed threads. Am I just too blind to find the setting and a thread where this has been adressed???


    LtPlissken Thanks for being such a regular here. Glad u like the little elf and mushroom. It was mainly me just messing around. Good to have a place for rather catching flak due to anatomical inacuracies than depraved content.

    Tsabu Good long enlish my friend. I will see what Iīll take to heart from your advice. Please do not feel afronted if I a disregard some of it. It may come down to just simplify things due to time constraints I am afraid. Maybe I am just too easily bored after working on it for so long. I often find I loose interest in a painting after more than a day.

    BlackSpot Thanks for checking in again and the congratulations. I could not have done it without the help of my friends. Its always a team effort in bodypainting. Especially with the Fluro Competition.


    Awright, hereīs a little update on my fiddlings.

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    It’s a new day and a totally new way. There is not much of a big secret what you did here
    with your latest paintings, you obviously clearly significantly improved. Pulling perspective
    strings from here to there, measuring up the correct dimensions and proportions, you
    pummeled out some very straight solid results. I so much like the color combination and
    choice on the Village Environment. That village was the primary target for the Transylvanian
    evil bloodsucker. He was feasting there for years, till he got his first stick. I want to wish you
    all the happiness in this year and in the future. Merry Christmas and lots of love also.


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    hey man - I totally dig your last creature. Love this fluorescent feel you gave it.

    edit: thanks again!

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    the EOW thums composition are awesome

    great work

    the crabe creature is great too

    other are fine too , just finish them

    keep up

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    So much progress.... how dare you... lol. Awesome work, keep it up ;-)

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    thank you for your continued patronage folks. My apollogies for dropping off the forum for some time again. My usual periodic absence I guess. Iīll hope to see some of you in person at the WS in London.

    Hereīs something I just have to show. I once again painted over one of my bodypaintings.
    Cool Stuff.

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    More of my bodypainting paint overs

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    Some more of my bodypainting paint overs. ITs still a WIP with quiet some time to go into it but I like how its progrssing

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    ITs still a WIP with quiet some time to go into it but I like how its progrssing

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