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    Question BrotherOstavia's portfolio

    Hi guys. Mi name's Jonathan and i'm really interested in improving my artwork. Hope you guys can help me what do i need to become a concept artist.

    Here's my portfolio:

    Thank you,

    -Jonathan González

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    Badass Monsters, really like that "St Brendan" piece.

    Hmm perhaps a bit metal study, you metals could put on a bit more shine here and there (I know not every metal shines like King Arthur's sword but neither is metal always matt or dull).

    Then some drapery I figure. A lot of your clothing makes "expected" folds and shades. But I haven't seen a lot of swirls or twists clothing sometime makes.

    Lastly this one. It is weird that you remove the right arm of that, the concepts are cool but symmetry has a habit of making things look right, so I don't really get why you would remove it even if both arms are identical.

    Good grasp on planes and lightning though. Also nice that you have different styles like vector pieces, variety is always swell (:

    Hope this was a bit helpful!

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