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    yeah those last two have taken it to a new level. The saint falling from heaven....
    its just bitchin
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    Praise the sun this SB is so inspiring! Love those Gorgeous twisted fairy tale characters in entry 75 and 73 and of course needless to say the most recent colour entries, I'd really like to see more of those twisted abstracts.

    I really enjoy seeing the different stages in your work its always a delight to see something like that.

    Keep it up plz,
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    Hey man the concept for the last one is badass and the execution is suberb, the only thing I could say, is try to push your values a bit more a lot of them are middle range, which totally could have been what you wanted, but yeah I dunno. In the black and what there was a lot of contrast but it got kinda washed out in the colour. I hope you don't mind but I did a quick edit to show you what I mean, I just copied the picture, set it to multiply and dodged a couple spots. But yeah you're stuff is badass man, this is just what I saw in the last picture, take it or leave it you're a lot better than me, haha.

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    whoa holy shit...thanks everyone!

    walnut: yeah it's like kangaroo tail. sort of like extended butt...ew.

    TFsean: thanks! IMC was life changing experience for sure. I think I found the direction I want to pursue...in terms of subject matter. I WANT TO PAINT LIKE B R O M . . . !!!

    PITCHBLACK: I'd like to think they are cute girls inside. I want them to have girls night. Girl talk about cooking humans and stuff. what is wrong with me?

    S.F.Batchelor: if you are interested, I wrapped up the making of this and the last one on my blog.
    http://raqmo.blogspot.com/2012/06/making-of-lady.html
    http://raqmo.blogspot.com/2012/06/progresso.html
    ...enjoy!

    Psychobuddy: oh great! thanks...honestly, I want to blame the laptop monitor for this level issue. I'm back home now and looking at this with cintiq 21UX, everything look much darker than I thought. The washed out version is for printing. I had to printout high res copy for final for the class. I learned I need to bump up the mid range crazy high to get the right printout, and that's why it's so pale. Anyway, thanks man! I think your revision looks great!

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    now back in the office...trying to keep up the creative energy I gained from IMC...let's see how long it lasts...

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    just got art books of Iain McCaig and BROM that I ordered online last week. such an eye candy XD

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    Love your work! Your designs and ideas are crazy good, really inspiring!

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    Quinn Simoes: thanks! I try to do the best all the time

    it's weekend! it means I get to work on my personal stuff!

    started to define anatomy of the character...
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    I think 1st sketch better, its really conceptual thing)

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    Artezianin: hi! thanks for the feedback! yeah initial sketch is always the strongest, but also too ambiguous often...I'm trying to keep the original flow while I define some details as I finish this painting...

    worked more on the wings. the skeleton layout I tried last time was ok, but looked too organized...

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    I seems it will be the most conceptual thing in your sb)

    //yeah initial sketch is always the strongest, but also too ambiguous often// u say it well))

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    another weekend! My family is visiting so I really don't have time to do anything personal this weekend. here's a bit of progress...started to think about color scheme and atmosphere.

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    Happy Independence Day everyone! I'm working on this more, aiming to finish this weekend so I can start new assignment...

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    Loving your concepts. Creepy in all the right ways. This newest painting is great, but the lack of legs on the other side of her bothers me a lot. In the earlier version we got a peek at them, which still didn't seem like enough, but with them gone entirely it makes me think they're coming out of her middle instead of her side even though they're positioned on her side (it's funny how the mind works).
    If you have the time, please stop by my sketchbook, Chock Full o'Nuts.
    I would appreciate any advice or critiques.

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    i approve of this sketchbook! the creatures in here are great and the piece with the golden dragon is awesome!

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    Hi, I had fun looking at your sketchbook. This Looks almost finished to me.

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    awesome work you got here SIR .
    keep going

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    Man ... your work is Amazing. You've got a great sense of form and lighting. I cant wait to see more out of you! Keep it up!
    *New Sketchbook* Come stop by :3

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    I am currently looking for a mentor to help me improve my sketch book. Either that or lots of crits and suggestions to help me improve my skills.

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    Hi guys!

    DKHutcheson: you are right. the perspective looks odd without the other set of legs. Fixed it!

    kevin_: thanks! glad to be approved!!

    helm: oh thank you! it's finally finished! (I think...)

    netxhunter: OK I will keep going!

    Newman101: yayyyy that means I leaned how to deal with light! at least I got better!

    I think it's fair to say I'm done with this piece...
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    I just discovered Good Brush presets. Feeling so dumb after spending years trying to recreate those effects I see in a lot of people's work with chalk brush...

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    The rim lighting on her arms and hands is just gorgeous. Can I ask where you found the brush presets?
    If you have the time, please stop by my sketchbook, Chock Full o'Nuts.
    I would appreciate any advice or critiques.

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    Really interesting pallette on this last one. The lighting is lovely

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    yea that last one is awesome!
    To hell with circumstances; I create opportunities.
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    Cool art here. Love pencil drawings, mainly heads. Keep going!

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    I need to work slow too!
    Behind every great master is a great student...

    Imagination is more important than knowledge- Albert Einstein...
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    NEW SKETCHBOOK -- http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...40#post3743640

    OLD SKETCHBOOK: http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...25#post2543225

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    DKHutcheson: thanks! I use customized set based on Whit Brachna's tool preset. In addition to the tpl I have blur's good brush and min yum brush preset loaded for textures and effect work. these are helpful, but I found if I have good chalk brush I'm pretty much set for simple character stuff.

    Whit Brachna tutorial with brush

    Blur's Good Brush

    Other artists

    GEB: yay! I tried couple different color schemes, but this felt the best fit.

    NyeAlexandaFrayne: thanksss!

    blu01: thanks for reminding me I should do more life drawing. whenever I get time from work... sometime soon...

    poetry man: yeah let's be slow buddies! we'll be the slowest concept artists in the industry! time=quality!

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    Daaaamn!
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    Dude Bruh, just got to say your creatures are AMAZING, you blend the anatomy of humans well with the creepy bits Also I am in serious like with the stills in post 103 from that crazy video, ahahahah too good!, soooooo much movement in them there almost like frames to an animation, a low framed animation ahaha.
    As far as crits, your pretty much killin it! but I think psychobuddy made a good point about value range and how it can enhance a piece, but like he said maybe thats not what your trying to achieve, just somethin to chew on
    keep crushin it !!!!!

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    holy hot crap man!!! Killer sketchbook!!! Can't wait to see more!!!
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    Your sketchbook is excellent ! Very good work
    C&C please to help me progress !
    >>My sketchBook & SpeedPainting<<
    >>My website<<
    "My english is so bad..... "

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    oh my god, i love the last painting of the seraph-creature-thingie
    it just hits all of my angel-art-spots
    D:

    i'll be stalking your art
    EVERYWHERE.

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    Hello people! It's been a while... I'm still alive and painting!
    Work got crazy and I was moving to outside US and blah blah

    Murderotic: thanks!
    QPK: yeah that contrast issue keeps coming back. I'm tryin, trying my friend!
    JoshDArtist: haha finally I got something for you!
    Tef: aw thanks!
    nodeerskulls: yayyy stalk me, STALK ME MOREEEE (helps my self esteem, haha)

    here's what I'm working on for personal practice lately. they are still brutally in progress. tell me what you think...and yeah stub me with reality...

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