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    Garbage-collecting submarine final
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    It has been a month since i my last update, but i've been practicing digital painting a bit.
    The first pic was an assignment for school, it's based on the shoppingcenter 'The K' in Courtrai (Belgium).
    Second one was an entry for the DSG, and the last pic are speedpaints I made..

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    It was time for me to do some photostudies of the human body..
    I have to get rid of the scribbly lines, but I find it hard to draw the contours in one single and correct line D:

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    Use a ruler when you're doing the architectural drawings (that's what all architects do, so don't be afraid that it's cheating or whatever). Also, I would like to see you try a design of your own building first as a design document, and then rendered as a 3d model (i sound like i'm assigning you that, haha. do whatever you want of course, just my suggestion). Those seem to be your strongest points at the moment, and something showing that you can see a design through from start to finish would look good in your portfolio. If you're interested in pursuing that kind of work for games especially, then I would recommend doing some environment studies as well.. some nice locations to place your badass building concepts.

    Anyways that's just my first impression of what you might want to try, good luck to you and keep up the hard work

    edit: oh and when you're painting remember that shadows aren't black! when you use black it makes the image look muddy and unappealing. experiment with different colors (notice the 3d render shadows are blue). there are laws of nature that determine the color of shadows, but you will learn as you study, for now just observe and experiment

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    Liffey: Thanks for this feedback! I'm not sure about using a ruler. I always thought it was important not to use a ruler because otherwise i would never learn to draw straight lines. Atm I only use a ruler to draw my perspective grid.
    For the 3d concept, I actually did make some kind of design document. I made some thumbs of the top-down view. After I chose the best thumb I drew some details and props for the scene.
    Then i drew a street-level view and then I began modeling and texturing.
    I'll surely do some environment studies to improve my digital painting skills (which I lack a lot :p).
    Thank you again for taking the time to write the comment, it helps me a lot

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    Is that a Bocklin study up there? I remember seeing it up close at Old Gallery in Berlin. Beautiful piece. Also, I remember one called Portrait of the Artist with Death Playing the Fiddle (or something on those lines); another extremely powerful work.

    You've got a good sketchbook. I like the recent figure studies. They are well captured, yet loose, so good work on those. Also good to see you trying complicated environments, they will definitely pay off in the future.

    Keep the works coming Jarkuzy.
    Sketchbooks

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    Vritra: Yes it's a study of Bocklin. That's pretty neat you saw it in Berlin (: I remember there are five versions of 'Die Toteninsel', I love the 'dramatical' feeling of the work. He was a real great artist
    Also, thank you for these compliments, it's these kind of comments that keep me going! I realise there's not really much to see in this sketchbook but i'll definitly try to change that!
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    Here's a little speedpaint from today (50min)
    Small church in graveyard

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    I like your environments, especially that DSG with the pointed boulders. And those watercolours, never get tired of seeing anything with watercolour in it! Keep it up!
    Art is not about competing against others and being better than everyone else, but it is about competing against yourself and discovering your greatest potential!


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    Rob Powell Thanks! It's great hearing that from someone like you (: I'm glad you like them. For the moment i'm focusing on digital painting but maybe in the future i'll do some more watercolors.
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    Here's a little photostudy

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    A little update
    I made a study of a still from Game of thrones (Episode 10)

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    I did some experimenting with the lasso tool
    last pic is a high poly model of an old radio (ref on the right) made using 3dsmax

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    you nailed it. The radio looks sweet. And Your talent lies in enviros as well..
    nice work
    wish i went to school like you bro...keepupthe hard work!

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    This last page is great! i really liked that watercolor painting you did of Arnold Böcklin's piece, it came out very nice, those buildings with Gothic architecture are nice too, i also like you 3D stuff, specially that render you did of the radio, keep it up man

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    Pitchblack Thank you for the kind words!
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    I might finish it when i have time
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    speedpaint of today

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