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    I'm interested in that rendering tutorial you promised us earlier. Great stuff here.

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    Your values are crazy good! I'm in love with your sketchbook

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    Wingal thx wing yea it kinda is.
    Ambiguity thanks
    Etchpea thx, I really enjoyed the value studies.. k actually not all of them the chessfigures were tough
    Yemi775 thx, what i meant was that u could improve ur work by using hard egdes.
    LtPlissken thx for the effort writing this . Its nice to hear that u saved some of my work for inspiration.
    Ixallus thx mate, I saw the entire speech he seems to be a cool guy also very motivating.
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    Eternal Apprentice good idea I gonna do that. Thx
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    Mrfrenik I'm working on it, bear with me have to do some other stuff first.
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    some material balls and gestures

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    Great updates man, i'm loving the brush work in your studies, that material ball study seems like a succes, i should try and do that... anyways, keep it up

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    Those material spheres are a cool idea, are they done with ref handy or all from your mind?
    You are setting a good standard and apart from reminding you that this thing we call art can take quiet some time, there isn't a lot more I feel I can give you at the moment.
    keep it up!

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    awesome line economy on those gestures, maan how do you do your texture spheres? id love some steps, pretty pretty please?

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    RAGE!!!!!! HOW ARE THOSE BALLS SO GOOD! DO something CRAPPY so I can HELP you!!!!!!!! RAWR RAWR RAWR!!!!!!!!!

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    geez, these textures are really good! nice stuff, impressed

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    Great update man, how did you those material ball painting?

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    Dude, you have inspired me with your balls. I feel like I can reach out and touch them.....

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    Your value practices and material balls are just...wow. The gesture drawing seems a bit stiff though and since this is something that I suffer from as well, I don't have any handy tips to offer.

    A wonderful sketchbook that I'll come back to for inspiration.

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    For the figure work I'd suggest looking at some of Vilppu's work. He really does a great job of explaining how to capture and flesh out of a figure from simple, constructive gestures.

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    thx guys

    It's still wip

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    I have a hard time believing that. Are you RENDERING the hair follicles!?!?

    Do a lot of work and your work will be as good as your ambitions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eternal Apprentice View Post
    I have a hard time believing that. Are you RENDERING the hair follicles!?!?
    I was going to say something useful, then I read this rofl... I kinda liked the green because it matched his bottle but you know better then I do =). Onward!

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    Enormous splattered mayonnaise experience! I never saw such
    majestically rendered beautiful materialized material balls.
    This is a true motivational mountain mover for all of us,
    ace job on the general flow and project.


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    LtPlissken thx glad u like it . I'd like to see them with fresh eyes like u would the first time looking at them.
    Eternal Yea I'm gonna do that
    Wingal thx,feel free to critique me to the ground

    Some atcs and gestures. Tried a different approach on the colored one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakai View Post
    Some atcs and gestures. Tried a different approach on the colored one.
    Omg I cant wait till they get here! Most epic cards in my gallery for sure!!!! Its nice to see you draw a cartoon as well =). You really set the bar for my cards =S Ill try not to disappoint!

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    Your awesome man great inspiration i love the gestures and the material spheres!!!

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    Texture samples looks great!

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    Great work again Lakai. Those material balls, amazing.

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    dang man, those material ball things look very believable. keep up the good work with that wip btw. looking good.

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    The different approach on the colored one is looking great.
    I am very positively surprised by your evolution and progress.


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    Textures are REDUNKULOUS

    Looking for Feedback! Please visit my sketchbook..



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    Great work. Love it all.

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    Great sketchbook! awesome designs, very original, and how is your rendering so neat?

    What is your work method, I'm very curious

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakai View Post
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    Wow these creatures look so weird, but so well rendered. Love it a lot, especially the right one on the top. The BG is weird for some reason, maybe because it doesn't look like a hill and more like the background just appruptly stops existing

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    Qikalain Thank you. Yea im not into backgrounds have to do some environments to get better on that.
    Lychees Thx
    Cojac thx
    Kambei Shimada thanks!
    Ltplissken makes me glad you're saying that
    Jmob thx, I gonna finish this
    Freshfool i got alot of good responds on them so far. I hope i can apply some of the knowledge to my personal art.
    Wingal glad u like them. Now it's up to the post when they'll arrive u.
    Overtoom Thx!
    N1frit thank you.

    some random stuff from mind...
    I'm bit out of it because of holidays... so distracting .

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    I'm in love with your rendering style! Post more!!

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