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    bella, tutta roba che non avevo mai visto!

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    Stunning environments and great use of color. I can not give you any improvement suggestions, because for me as an beginner your stuff is extremly awesome!

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    @alfonsoesposito: datti fuoco
    @AriyaLothiriell: thank you so much!

    another selfportrait, will probably finish this tomorrow


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    I lied. Won't finish it. It's just too bad.

    couple of landscape studies:



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    already suscribed! your works are great! :-D Amazing!

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    @Sobeca: Thank you so much!
    @Creusa: t'ho delusa, mi sa.. ero di cattivo umore, io giuro c'ho provato ma dopo 10 minuti ho mandato tutto affanculo :3

    random morning sketch


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    Hey! Those landscapes are pretty awesome! Thanks for showing the ref image as well. It seems you got the light and color right on spot!
    You’ve got a quite unique sense of using colors and light in all of your images. This #79 image, is so beautiful, love it!!

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    @Greenhouse: Hey man, thanks a lot!

    another quick study:


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    Good lighting on those environments! They really catch our eyes.

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    @Vinicam: Thanks a lot!

    this is something I'll maybe take to a more finished stage, one day


    and a photo study


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    belli!

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    fantastic environments. I'd say keep working on figure drawings and drawing in general, maybe some creature designs would be interesting (some great critters in your enviros). Do you do much drawing and painting in traditional media? really great stuff overall, it's very enjoyable to look at

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    that last study is boss. lovely photo to study from too!

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    Nice work on the environments.

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    Ma alla fine ti sei iscritto da qualche parte?

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    @alfonsoesposito: ma sei bello tu!
    @black-swan: thanks! yes I will keep drawing and working on figure! No, I rarely draw and I've never painted tradionally. Thanks again, I'm glad you like it!
    @NyeAlexandaFrayne: thank you!
    @Giorge: thank you!
    @Creusa: no, nulla.. adesso sto mettendo qualche soldo da parte, vorrei farmi un'esperienza all'estero, un 3 mesi in qualche studio di concept come stagista sarebbe il top. ho preferito prendermi un anno di pausa dagli obblighi (scuole, perciò) per capire meglio cosa voglio.. si vedrà! tu che progetti hai?
    sai se a roma si organizza qualcosa di interessante tipo sketchcrawl (credo si chiamino così) o manifestazioni varie in cui imparare qualcosa di nuovo?

    Something I had to interrupt and din't finish because it just wasn't worth it


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    Interesting Environments. I see nice colors. Keep it up man.

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    sto all'ultimo anno della scuola fumettara, finisco quella e comincio a lavorare fulltime (sempre freelance).
    su FB c'è un gruppo che si chiama appunto Sketchcrawl Roma, a parte questo non ne ho idea. come m'hanno detto, in Italia nessuno cerca nessuno e anche se trovi qualcuno non ti farà mai imparare trucchi piu efficaci XD

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    really good environments you have here

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    hola compatriota, nice enviroment sketches, i like how you manage to use such vibrant colors.
    Do you ever do anything else beside enviroments? it would be nice to see some variety

    btw i hate the tv spot you've worked on ;_; can't stand the voice of the mouse dude, everytime i hear it i have to change channel immediately, but the background looks nice.

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    @Colour Coded: hey man, thank you very much!

    @Creusa: quanto darei per riuscire a sviluppare una passione minima per i fumetti.. ero anche andato a fare un colloquio con la internazionale di comics, ma sia io che il docente che aveva visionato il portfolio eravamo convinti che là dentro non c'entravo nulla, sono esageratamente riluttante verso il fumetto. spero che un giorno riuscirò ad apprezzarli.

    a proposito di facebook, c'è un gruppo con un bel po' di concept artist italiani davvero molto bravi e disponibili, non so se ne fai già parte oppure no, si chiama facebook concept day - in caso potesse interessarti aggiungimi su fb (Marco Casalvieri) e poi ti aggiungo al gruppo, che, a meno che non abbiano invertito tendenza, era invisibile e l'unico modo per entrarne a far parte era mediante l'invito di qualcuno che era già dentro

    @DaevidK: thanks man, I'm glad you like them!

    @G@m: hola! grazie mille! ogni tanto disegno qualche posa e ho provato con un paio di characters, ma ho veramente poca dimestichezza.. dovrei studiare di più, ma ultimamente per problemi personali ho pochissima voglia e quindi quando mi trovo al pc preferisco rilassarmi un po' e fare un enviro per non perdere la mano..

    non sai quanto li odio io quei topi! per una questione di contratto-di-non-divulgazione-che-mi-hanno-inviato-troppo-tardi ho saputo per cosa stavo creando i concept solo quando ne avevo creati già 4-5, e ormai...



    trying to make it for the eow - it's around 50% wip, I hope I manage to find the time to finish it in the next few days

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    ok maybe this won't fit the eow, so it's just going to be a personal piece
    wip around 70% now, hope you're liking it so far



    if you see a lot of unfinished things it's just because I like to jump from a part of the piece to another

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    slow progress, but I'm painting every free minute I have


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    these landscape studies are amazing!
    keep up the good work - i'm really inspire of your pictures
    thanks for sharing!

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    wow gorgeous landscapes! still you could do studying close light better and some still lifes, but still they are just amazing! cant wait to see more, and also loving that latest imagination piece! good stuff.

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    quanto darei per riuscire a sviluppare una passione minima per i fumetti.. ero anche andato a fare un colloquio con la internazionale di comics, ma sia io che il docente che aveva visionato il portfolio eravamo convinti che là dentro non c'entravo nulla, sono esageratamente riluttante verso il fumetto. spero che un giorno riuscirò ad apprezzarli.
    с'era pure il corso d'illustrazione sai, ma gia stai in avanti senza dubbio.
    sinceramente neanche a me piacciono. in quasi 3 anni ho sentito parlare di centinaia ne ho visti una mille e ne apprezzai uno solo (kaboom). ma non è solo quello il beneficio del corso in realtà. Il profitto è che ti avrebbero lvluppato il senso di composizione, dinamica e la semplificazione dei colori cosi che uno legga la cosa piu facilmente. Non credo che riuscirei a raggiungere un certo livello senza che mi aiutino. Ma a parte quello e le chiacchiere non c'è nulla da imparare, si.

    attento alla figurina. ha tratti troppo piccoli e non s'inquadra nell'insieme.

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    i like some parts of your last landscape, but it feels really flat imo, i think its the combination of vertical composition ,the high amount of contrast / saturation in the areas further away from the viewer and the excessive sharpening that kill this picture :o i also can't understand where the dragon is supposed to be, above the structure? between the structure and the standing figure? can't really tell

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    @Zauselbart: thank you so much!
    @lionheartGFX: I'll do more studies as you reccomend! thanks a lot!
    @Creusa: no ma hai sicuramente ragione, infatti tenterò di iniziare a studiare da qualche parte l'anno prossimo se avrò ancora voglia d'avere a che fare con l'arte.. ho ingradito pure la figurina, grazie mille!
    @G@m: thanks a lot for the critique, I tried to fix everything you mentioned!

    here it is


    honestly I feel like there is still a lot to work on, but I've been spending too much time on this and I think it's time to move on

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    How do you get those environment colors so spot on? do you use the color picker? Because goddamn :o

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