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  1. #46
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    Looking good! I really like that you've worked out the skeleton of that creature
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  4. #47
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    Nice updates. The pose of the warrior vs medusa seems a bit awk but i like the composition, how the figures interacts and your eye moves from protagonist to medusa and back. I see you use similar range of color/value palette such as the red & olive and would encourage you to experiment with other colors or ideas!

    keep it up, really dig the boy on the dragon.

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    @Veshkau, haha thank you. That did help.

    @Mangix. Great crits. I do have an unhealthy obsession with red&olive, so I did two pieces in green., need to get the variations
    And yeah, the pose of the medusa piece is still weird. I will fix it later.

    And I finished the dragon rider. Missed the poll though >____<
    Bon jJOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOvVviI!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    So here are two things I did for the now CHOW: Alien Gardner.

    This idea is that these rather surprised humans hired a gardner called Wilhem Juks von Kas-Vladmovic from craiglist and he turned out to be a six-armed ALIEN!
    Bon jJOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOvVviI!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Drawing Aliens is just so much fucking FUUUUUN. So here's another sketch, about 2 or 3 hours or probably less. Thinking of an lizard while doing this. I think the body's not alien looking enough right now.
    Bon jJOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOvVviI!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Dragon rider piece looks awesome, but the little dude's hair/face looks like it could use some more detailing/shading.

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    Great colours and style, thanks for the feedback on CHOW!

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    Dude, you got some mad painting skillz!

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    Don't ever let yourself think you are not talented, I see lots of talent here.
    AND you've got imagination too, plus being brave enough to put your imagination onto paper.. What can I say! Keep up the good work :-)

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    You've got nice values and color schemes. Be sure to work your anatomy regularly, it's super important!
    Cheers!

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    I like your style, I'd say you have a little bit of an own note in every drawing/painting which I find is a good thing. Keep it going Aaron! Your organic shapes already look good, but they would be a lot better if you'd loosen it up a bit more and giving them a small bit more dynamics.

    Keep it up,
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    Too many sketchbooks in this forum that deserves better ratings. Your work is great, loving your colour palette. Some of your work, like this one, shows a sensibility that is really special.

    Like I said, I love your palette, but some textures that you apply take away from the form. Just look a little into that - it's not such a big problem. Also - and this is just a personal opinion - you might want to look into harder brushes in the initial stages.

    Anyway, overall, your work is awesome. Five from me, keep them coming.
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    Thanks a lot everybody for your replies, especially ohucthulhu, Charmer and Vritra for the great critiques. It's much appreciated.

    And Julie, I know what you mean, but it's hard not to at least get discouraged a little bit when you see young kids(I mean like 15 year olds) who just kick so much ass despite having almost no training at all ;D

    So lemme shit out a variety of work, studies and doodles.

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    Like all the mileage you've been putting on. Some of these creatures are pretty wtf though.... hahahaha. Your line work is getting loose man, time to get back to some traditional stuff. My favorite one lately is that first portrait in #57. It's just so creepy and awesome at the same time.

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    Now this is some damn good stuff! The star wars movie still studies are especially delicious!

    Thanks for the inspiration! Keep it up!

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