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    Quote Originally Posted by Velocity Kendall View Post
    oo i like this one
    its great youre thiking about light sources more, makes the work so much more 3d

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    Thank you kind sir! I'm doing my best.

    And here is the last one.


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    maybe star filling in the forms, at themoment your making cool images but theyre kind of sketchy, try rendering them in a bit and see what happens
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    Quote Originally Posted by Velocity Kendall View Post
    maybe star filling in the forms, at themoment your making cool images but theyre kind of sketchy, try rendering them in a bit and see what happens
    Thanks for the advice!

    The recent speedpaintings I did were all school assignments which were limited to an hour of painting. Maybe I will work more on a few of them laters. They're kind of fun to do!

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    Finished....

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    Been working more on this piece, as well as fixing a few errors my teacher mentioned.

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    Practice....

    I fail.
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    Despite all the sketchiness, your work is still pretty good!

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    Wow, your such a natural painter it seems. Kudos and keep it up.
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    Well 5 months in I think its fair to say you are far from faoiling,

    You imagination is awesome such a cinematic feel to a lot of your compositions. nice to see scenes with a sense of movement action and more then one character. Cant give much of a crit since I am miles behind you but I think when your technical skills get up to speed (and they will if you keep working) with your creative brain your going to produce some stunning work.

    You have a eye for everything environments, sci fi, fantasy, characters and mechs,

    Really love the second pic with the knight sitting on the horse feel like i am watching a movie. All I would say is when drawing imaginative stuff spot what your weak at and go and ref and study it. For example the horse in the pic I mentioned is a bit off espc the legs. But one thing I am slowly learning is even if the pics are not great now, if you get the ideas down as they come to you when you improve you can always go back and redo them and produce some killer paintings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guardian G.I. View Post
    Despite all the sketchiness, your work is still pretty good!
    Thank you! I'll try to polish my works in the future.

    Quote Originally Posted by Immortal Cintiq View Post
    Wow, your such a natural painter it seems. Kudos and keep it up.
    Thanks! I'll be doing my best.

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    Well 5 months in I think its fair to say you are far from faoiling,

    You imagination is awesome such a cinematic feel to a lot of your compositions. nice to see scenes with a sense of movement action and more then one character. Cant give much of a crit since I am miles behind you but I think when your technical skills get up to speed (and they will if you keep working) with your creative brain your going to produce some stunning work.

    You have a eye for everything environments, sci fi, fantasy, characters and mechs,

    Really love the second pic with the knight sitting on the horse feel like i am watching a movie. All I would say is when drawing imaginative stuff spot what your weak at and go and ref and study it. For example the horse in the pic I mentioned is a bit off espc the legs. But one thing I am slowly learning is even if the pics are not great now, if you get the ideas down as they come to you when you improve you can always go back and redo them and produce some killer paintings.
    Thank you kindly, and also for the throughout comment!
    Cinematic feel, really? No one said that before...

    Yeah, studying images and painting them is a pretty cool exercise. Ah, I see. I'll try to fix that in the future.

    And here's another little update on that hangar from before.
    Had to do some rendering and fixing shadows/light sources.

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    Sorry for flooding this thread with pictures.

    This will be the last.

    Elite dragon rider. Will work more on it laters.

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    Sure you style is very sketchy at the moment and I am sure not as polished as you would like, but the cinematic refers to your compositions and the underlying narrative in your pictures. I think once you get a polished style with good lighting (key for mood and atmosphere from my point of view) you might even suprise yourself.

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    I was browsing in the last pages of my SB searching for the ones I forgot to visit... I'm sorry I'm this late.
    I agree with ja1307
    I like your enviros a lot but I'm not good with words at the moment. They are impressive even being more or less sketchy. The figures obviously need more anatomy knowledge, it's not quick for anyone (your figures often seem kinda neckless, even considering they are wearing armor I guess)... But you are going into the right direction, I expect cool stuff from you in the future.

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    Hey bro, I wasn't calling you a failure, nor should you think that. Copying is fine, I'm just saying give credit where credit is due.

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