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    Your work is an inspiration.

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    Marlo
    Thanks man, I think that's an overstatement, but really, thanks. I'm humbled by that.

    Three studies and a shit landscape. I have to start using reference during the landscapes I do from imagination, because if I don't I end up being lazy.
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    I'll be gone for about a week. As always, if you have any questions, or want any help then just send a message my way and I'll answer them.

    Here are some quick studies of hands:
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    Back again. Here's some crud.

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    It was high time that I started on some actual illustration work.
    The Moon ritual one turned out really dark compared to what I see in photoshop.
    What causes this, I don't know. Doesn't help that I'm garbage at night scenarios
    though.

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    I've been busy with work, in real life, the kind that actual pays the bills.
    Also, in the middle of that, I acquired some kind of mystery disease that happens
    to induce massive amounts of pain in the evenings so...Not much that I've produced.

    Although I've done these things a looong while ago, so, enjoy.


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    Ah-MAZING.

    Keep up the great work!

    I'm honoured that you took the time to critique and look over my work, considering your own skill.

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    TOOOOOOOOOOOOOFFFFFFFFFFEEEEEEEEEEEERRRRRRRRSSSSS Great stuff I love it all.
    D:::::: I'm sorry to hear about your pain... it only occurs in the evening though?
    I hope you'll be able to find something to ease the disease
    I'm looking forward to your posts as well. I always enjoy them

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    Wow! Nice work, man! Also great progress from the first page to here! Awesome, looking forward to see more

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    Misty Feather
    Thanks! And no problem. We're all here to learn, man.

    Pou
    Yeah, it was some kind of virus that's been making the rounds 'round Norway now, apparently. I got a painful strain, without fevers.
    Mostly gone now; maybe I was lucky.
    Thanks for the concern, and the compliments : )


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    Thanks a lot!


    Haven't done much.
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    I love the fish eye effect on the plains. It looks kind of desolate and stretchy, with awesome colours and great texture.

    Keep up the greatness, and thanks again for sharing.

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    Thanks, man
    I'll keep sharing, no worries


    I've done a couple Virtual Plein airs and some sketches, but nothing major. I keep putting off painting, which is bad; it means I'm out of the habit...hmph, needs to be fixed. In other words, I've recorded some videos of my paintings, so I'll upload some of them and post them here later.
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    Hey dude, thanks for coming past my sketchbook, I dig your advice about using reference for specifc thangs. Tell me about it…knees and elbows – fuck that shit!

    Your sketchbook is freakin awesome man! Your use of colour, stroke economy and brushes is worshipable. Now, I know there Isn’t a secret to doing it, you’ve just worked damned hard at it. Can you offer advice for how to develop these things – I lack in them, I tend to lock my transparent pixels then render the shit outta stuff - using the colour picker- using the eyedropper to recycle already laid down colours– and it sucks…feel like im getting somewhere but missing things. Do you think I should spend a few months doing nothing but 30 min film screens/still lives/landscapes and just letting rip and experimenting to develop my colours and brushes?

    Also was wondering, when you choose your colours, do you use the colour palate with the sliders only, or do you open up the colour picker?

    Your work is real tight but id hate to be rude and leave a post here without some sorta crit! So ill say that for some of your illustrations, you could maybe render more tightly the focal points. Something I’ve observed about one of my Hero’s (Justin Sweet check him out!). Might enhance your work compositionally, I attempt it from time to time, but not in the habit, tried it on my last piece but got my ass kicked anyway!
    Take it easy brah!

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