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January 30th, 2013 #241
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January 30th, 2013 #242
holly jesus!!! i'm speechless.
January 30th, 2013 #243
This stuff is amazing.
You have a fan.
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January 30th, 2013 #244
Glorious thread. So enjoying your work. More!
We are remembered only by what we leave behind.
March 2nd, 2013 #245
EduM - Thanks a lot! really appreciated
skullsquid - Great to hear that I'll try not to disappoint!
Waipunga - I will update more frequently from now on, its good to put stuff here, getting advices and improving
some new stuff:
Painted this one, not entirely convinced, I'm trying not to overdo things, but still it was good for testing on that jelly/alien body and some light/color things
Also a practise on illumination, totally ficticious of course, candelight doesnt work like that :p
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totally in love with your style
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March 26th, 2013 #248
thewandererjourney: Thanks a lot!
phiq : Yeap I usually upload everything everywhere then when I remember... I upload here aswell,
the good thing is here I usually get critiques which is awesomely helpful
Now some more studies and sketching, I'm back to studying and improving/learning the basics!
March 26th, 2013 #249
Nice update! Just wondering though; how do you feel about your painting/rendering skills? While I have noticed an overall improvement, I've also noticed that you've really hung onto your favourite colours pretty much all the way through; namely the pinks, and many are quite saturated. I'm not sure, but perhaps it could be holding you back there a bit, assuming of course that you wish to render more effectively in a traditional sense. In the same area, you also hang onto the linework; have you ever thought of "transcending" the lines completely, smothering them? Lines are essential in my mind, but lines in a finished piece can result in more of a flat look. I love your lines, but using them purely in the structural sense will still allow them to shine. Perhaps some exercises in monotone focusing on value will help. I can't argue with stylistic choices, but it all depends on what you're trying to achieve, where you'd like to grow. And I do like your style, by the way
March 26th, 2013 #250
wow, some cool freaky design here, love em
sorry, don't have any advice
my sketchbook of fart...i mean art SketchBook
September 6th, 2013 #251
Cant give any useful advice as Im far behind you in terms of skill but your characters look amazing.
Crits and help of any kind are more than welcome!
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