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    Mhugo's Sketchbook

    Hi All!!

    I am watching this forum now for quite some time but i never was participating here in any active way...shame on me Hope i can change this by now.

    Here are some more or less recent sketches, comments and critiques are of course most welcome

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    Beautiful paintings, congratulations!
    "God is my inspiration."

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    Stunnninnnngggggggggggggggggggggg!!!!

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    Skillz? yes! haha, great stuff, you definitely have an eye for environments they are really well done. I can't wait to see some more
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    wow great start!
    just try to workwith bigger brushes, it help you to create a feeling of volume, space and solid forms in these pieces

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    Beautiful paintings, congratulations!
    Ditto to that!
    A lot to learn from these enviro's.

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    ALEXANDRE da Vinci, thank you!

    tronrobot, =)

    Jeremy Swan, thank you, very encouraging

    Leon Ro, thanks!

    xbert, thank you. You are absolutely right, i usually start everything with pretty large brushes, but i always switch to very small ones too early, i ll work on that

    LtPlissken, Haha, thank you, A LOT more to learn too

    Little sketch from yesterday, still feel somehow uncomfortable with the overall colors...

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    Nice work! the last one has some good atmosphere. I think the black and white enviros are my favourite though, full of character.

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    What a good start to a sketchbook.
    Those greyscales blew me away, I've been trying to
    do similar things and failing this gives me another
    idea how to approach it. Keep posting up dude, interested
    in seeing what else you can do

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    really really nice work, i like those b&w environments!!

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    Awesome environments! I love the one with the dragon and guy on horseback..it's got good movement in the piece. And the very last one the guy looks like he's from assassin's creed

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    Really sweet work man! Especially like that last one. But you could do with being a bit softer in some areas I think. Like in places your showing atmospheric perspective or dust being kicked up.

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    Great work and atmosphere in your enviros, maybe you could sometimes use cleaner lines and polish the focal point a bit more.

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    Invalid User, thank you To be honest, i like those b/w enviros too, especially because its always something like a struggle for me to find the right colors

    Aveh, thank you for your kind words and i am happy if i could give you a new idea how to approach to something you want I think working in greyscale is a great way to find the right values in a early stage of an image and to find the proper composition without concentrating on too much else.

    daflom, thank you

    Kalin, thanks a lot!! I never played Assassins Creed, but of course know some images of the game and it reminded me of it too

    Malakuko, thank you. You are absolutely right with the last one, i think especially some fog could help a lot. I will change this if i find the time and will to continue with that piece

    Feil Magnus, thanks a lot!! To work out the focal point properly is very often a problem for me, i work on it

    Its just a very small update this time, just a quick sketch, mainly for color and composition, although i am not really happy with the composition yet, but i dont know what bothers me...
    Critiques are most welcome

    Cheers

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