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    Recent concepts

    The past couple of days, I've been spending a couple hours a night watching tutorials and painting environments.
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    Obviously these are unfinished pieces, but the composition is decent. My only suggestion would be to work on defining your foreground, middle ground, and background better. Try using a fuller range of values in your concepts. Other than that, its pretty sweet! I can definitely see you improving fast.

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    Make yourself a perspective grid and be sure to not get bound by it than spend 2 or 3 more hours on you works. If you're starting it's not a big deal if you need 8 hours to bring your drawing to an acceptable state (i don't believe in finished-unfinished stuff cause as much as i know you can keep adding details for years...).

    I hate to say this to you but right now you're somewhere near at a very bad sketching (very bad cause perspective is always off, you must work on fundamentals before anything else).

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