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    My finished stuff

    Here's my first piece I thought was finished enuff for the finished forum :p. Crits are most welcome

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    Great piece! I love the way the ape merges with the background, it is a great use of sfumato. The musculature is also quite impressive, though his hand is somewhat off. For the amount of tension to instill in the forearm and hand, it does not seem like the fingers are grabbing the spear with much strength. Also, maybe try to darken his back foot (the one closest to the picture plane). At the moment it really blends in to the rocks around him, it actually took me a bit to discern it.

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    Awesome, love the mood of it!

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    Another finished piece

    Here's one I did just for fun, and to test whatever I've been learning at TAD..

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    Really cool work, nice job!
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    I like the first one overall. I only wish you had worked the spear into the composition/focus a bit more. It's a part of the picture's storyline and yet looks like a sloppy afterthought. Right now the spotlight is on the monkey's face and the guy's forearm, which doesn't make too much sense.

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    I like them both. The stillness in the first one is pretty epic and suspenseful, while the motion in the second is convincing and engaging. Nice work!

    Please Sir, I'd like some more.

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    Thanks guys, appreciate it.

    Manly brian: Good points about the focus. I did intend him to be the first point of focus and the gorilla the second. I agree about the spear, didnt plan that well enough to work with the composition as a whole.

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    I thought I'll throw in some finished works from school at TAD for this sem. This was for a character assignment.

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    This one is from the Industrial design class, drawing bots for the first time. This was modelled in Maya and then painted using PS.

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    Been thinking of elves after reading 'Inheritance' by Christopher Paolini..

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    trying some environments for the first time.. and enjoying it
    Feedback is appreciated..

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    Looking good man, what did you create the Tarzan piece with if I may ask? I love the style.

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    Hey StarEater Thanks. The Tarzan piece is PS, all of these are using PS. I sometimes do a pencil sketch for figures and scan it in.

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    Here's my entry for the latest artorder challenge..http://theartorder.com/- " a female human wizard who always dresses in white with gold"

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    Thinking like a female, first thing that gets my attention is 'Holy shit she's gonna trip and kill herself if she takes one more step off that rock.' As much fun as sexy is, if she's really a badass wizard, she'll want to be ready RIGHT NOW to kick some serious shit. The frilly train can wait until bedtime when she gets her kinks with her wizard pals. And she will. I can tell by her face. The headpiece worries me some too. She turns her head any more to her left and she'll have a scar in a very unfortunate place.


    Skill wise this is good and much better than I can do right now. Just think about functionality and purpose a little more.

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    Cool cool! I like it all. The second piece in post #11 is especially appealing to my eye, very painterly.
    I agree about the spear in the first piece, though I didn't notice any problem with it (hardly noticed the spear.. maybe that's the problem) until it was pointed out.

    Great work!

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    really nice stuff man i really liked the The second piece in post #3

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    This one was for our MTG ( Magic the Gathering) card class assignment- Red Ogre getting ready to throw a magic fire..

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    Diablo fan art

    Diablo fan art....

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    that elf in post 10 is absolute stunning, i find that style really reminiscent of oil paintings
    ,the addition of visible brush strokes and softness of the edges its just too good.

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    For the recent art order challenge: Orc Shaman

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    Some more works done of late..

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    Great work! And the Goblin Mummy is inspired! Love that!

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    Some really gorgeous pieces here, keep them coming!

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