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    Really like your enviroments. They are very expressive and you have a very personal style too. The last thumbs have some crazy colors. The big one reminds me of the ralph bakshi Lotr adaptiation

    You mentioned in your first post that you are interested in concept art; do you do any design stuff? would be cool to see it if that's the case.

    Keep up the good work!

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    Great use of a dynamic perspective on the dragon piece on post 147! Another favorite of mine is the sketch on the lower left on 148, lovely shapes, composition and colors. Keep them coming!

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    Lovely updates. Definitely improving quickly

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    Black Cat Chronicles : Soul Thief now published
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    You have an awesome sketchbook here. Really nice variety of styles and studies, and I love the looseness in your quick sketcbhook studie. It might be nice to see something you've been working on for a more extended period of time, like a full-blown digital painting in progress. That way we could see how you handle something fully detailed.

    Best of luck!

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    Great scene studies. Your last post showcases an interesting way of producing such.

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    Love that last one. More!

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    Really dig your work, that mood painting is really awesome. I really like the figures on the last page done with the chain brush.

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    Your paintings have a nice graphic/comice style that gives them impact.

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    Love the dwarf sketches, as well as the archer running in snow! Keep them coming!

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    love you sketchbook whats the name of this skecthin style_ you use.

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    I'm really liking that watercolor on post #162... and i bet this one would look interesting with some color and more work on it: http://bit.ly/TewSUe the sketch is very nice, i'm loving that one actually... great updates man! i'll keep an eye for more

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    Really enjoying your sketches it's all looking very promising
    keep having fun learning and exploring worlds
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    loads of really cool sketches. Love the moods and how you combine sharp and soft edges and the shapes are cool too

    A tutor once said to me: "Let your mind go!" and it didnīt come back.

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    the water colour in the sketches is a nice touch. I like the superhero poses. With Wolverine I personally prefer it when the claws are straight than angled from the wrist but thats personal choice. How about refining your sketches one or two steps more? You seem to have the rough sketchy process down pat already.

    A tutor once said to me: "Let your mind go!" and it didnīt come back.

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    yow! really like your inks. but the figures in there are completely un-noticible. try to wacht some of these for help on that:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1McYZ...feature=relmfu

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    I love FZD Theater. So informative. And free too

    A tutor once said to me: "Let your mind go!" and it didnīt come back.

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    Man, these watercolors are great, nice update

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    I like the last upload of watercolors. The two with the riders look very good and seem pretty damn near perfect in cutting things down to the essentials in getting the forms across. They read well. The last one with the barbarian show that you really need to work on your anatomy.

    I can totally understand the thing about not failing publicly. I sometimes think better just upload the stuff to get some real critique. But somehow, even here I dont really get much constructive critiques. eh. show us more of those watercolours. I like em a lot. Did you know you can get cool effects by letting things dry and then go in with just water? Or by sprinking bits of salt on it while its still wet?

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    You have a distinctive style - I really like all the use of shadows. Thanks for sharing!

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    I like the the battlefield scene. Despair and defeat seem evident. The stench of carrion hangs in the air. I think its the most powerfull of the
    sketches. My tip for the one to take it farther

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    Loving your sketchbook, really impressive stuff.

    Subscribing so I can see more awesome work/improvement from you in the future!

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    love the city thumbnails very graphic and sharp.

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    I like dem bold value sketches
    keep having fun learning and exploring worlds
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    Great sketchbook, nice variety of mediums and experimentation. I really enjoyed looking through it

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    nice updates, the grey one wih the rider in the forest caught my attetion. The kneeling girl with the horse is also nice. Especially with nice to see
    the initial sketch for it. You gonna take THAT ONE further? You have the rough suggestive stuff down pat. Time to buckle up and bring those things
    to life! Go for it mate!


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    I digg it. Renderporn. Never heard that before. Thanks for the links and the insights. I will mull that one over. The analogy of the differences of dashs and marathons is good.
    Again thanks for the explanation and the info.

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    Whoa, great colors on the last one, very Turner-like. I also really like the watercolor sketches on post 175 and the mood on this sketch.

    EDIT: Also, didn't notice it before but the list of things to consider in post 190 was a really useful read and a well thought out list, there's many things there I don't consider nearly often enough. Just might print out some bits of it on my own wall so thanks!

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    oh mannn! i love the colours and textures youre putting into your pieces! great batman stuff too! how do you decide which exercises to do each time??

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