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    wow post #212 blew my mind. Do you have any process videos of your enviromental pieces ?

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    lovely hues in these, what setup are you using for your en plein air sketches?

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    Brilliant sketchbook. I always enjoy looking through this thread.

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    Vulgar`: Yeah, that's why I use slideshow as desktop. Thanks
    Candra H: Hey Candra. Thanks for nice comment. Here are your answers: I use soft canvas or directly gessoed panels. I either glue canvas on board and then prime it or I use primed canvas and glue it right away. This comes for smaller formats. I use just primary colors without much of solvent. Lower layers are usualy thiner, upper get thicker. I like my colors creamy.
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    lionheartGFX>: thank you very much. I'm always excited to read enthusiastic comments like this. I've been practicing oil painting for over a year, but I have been doing arts since ever.
    FatMoStank: Unfortunetaly not. I'm thinking of recoring some. I will share it if I do. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by merl1n View Post
    Candra H: Hey Candra. Thanks for nice comment. Here are your answers: I use soft canvas or directly gessoed panels. I either glue canvas on board and then prime it or I use primed canvas and glue it right away. This comes for smaller formats. I use just primary colors without much of solvent. Lower layers are usualy thiner, upper get thicker. I like my colors creamy.
    Thats great, thanks for getting back to me. And it just goes to show that it's not about materials but what you can do with them as an artist. Magic indeed.

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    you are the man.

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    Candra H: Wise words!
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    I have to admit, it was looking at your oil studies that made me finally decide to take the leap into traditional oils. I had trouble with landscapes though, realise it's because I haven't even practiced drawing them so gonna focus on value renders with the pencil from life, day and night scenes, just like you~ lol will come back to them with oils after i read through some books and the process in drawing them flows better

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    Maaan i remember when i played ut3 with you :p your paintings are incredible Merlin

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    luthertaylor: Yeah, do whatever it takes man!
    eclip-se: Really? It's incredible how small the world is. UT3 was the best back then. Cheers and thanks



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    haha what a shock when i checked your sketchbook first time in ages, damn man you improved alot!!

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    Looking at your stuff is really inspiring. Dunno what else to say really so keep doing what you're doing

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    Your progress is absolutely amazing =]

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    damnnnnn

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    RyanRyan: Thanks I guess?
    V3T: Nice to hear. Thank you!
    Mikael Eson: To hear this is the best reward. I will keep doing it, don't worry and thank you!
    RaphaelLuebke: Yeah, thank you. I try my best.

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    More traditional stuff from me!













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    Bunch of recent studio paintings from me!

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    Awesome environments, man, and I love that you're doing plein air - something I would love to eventually do. If you ever livestream, I'd love to watch, as I'm completely noobish at painting environments and landscapes and want to get much better at it. Subbed, and keep up the great work.

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    MrFrenik: thanks man, If I ever do livestream I'll make sure to spread the word. Thanks again and keep up

    And a mech battle:

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    already follow you on DA but i love seeing your stuff on CA too. love the atmosphere of that new mech piece and your studio paintings are awesome! love the thick confident strokes. too good.

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    Ace Tomas! one of the things I miss about facebook is getting updates on your stuff.(im not on there anymore, attention seeking and loneliness issues) lol.
    keep pushing!

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    Man, what a great sketchbook!!!!! Both you're digital and traditional stuff is really good and your colors look great. Nothing really to critique at the moment, just keep it up

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    amazing mate, you really went far from the first pages. Love these fresh stuff, keep up the great work

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    Thanks guys for feedback! I'll try to comment on your sketchbooks soon too.
    Luther: I hope you are doing well man. I was wondering where did you go. And thank you!

    Four new paintings from my studio. There is lot more from plein air to come.

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    Hey, Merlin, good to see you still working and posting. I love those studio pieces - they're as fresh and alive as your plein air stuff.

    And congrats on seeing you up on the main page. Some well deserved recognition and exposure for you.

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    Your environments are looking great! ^^

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    killer updates Merlin!

    If you have a moment, Help me improve with critiques. thank you Sketchbook

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    hey man i love your stuff, so beautiful, i was wondering if you can stop by my sketchbook and give me a little advice?i want to make environments but im not really sure where to get started.

    "Art is never finished, only abandoned." Leonardo Da Vinci

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    i need help period... im new to CA and need help getting started????

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