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Thread: faetea's sketchbook
March 7th, 2012 #1
I've respected Concept Art for several years, but been intimidated to post my own work.
Because I have been pleased with my current physical sketchbook, I challenged myself to post it here.
Feedback and critiques are welcome and appreciated.
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Pretty interesting style clashes you've got going here. Your use of color is very fun
I'd like to see more!
My Sketchbook - http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...hlight=bloomer
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March 7th, 2012 #4
This is actually based on a real creature.
"...Pangolins have large keratin scales covering their skin and are the only mammals with this adaptation. They are found in tropical regions of Africa and Asia. The name "pangolin" derives from the Malay word pengguling ("something that rolls up")..." from Wikipedia
March 8th, 2012 #5
Hey, thanks for stopping by my sketchbook.
I really enjoy the colours in your paintings, they're really clean and fresh. It'd be nice to see something from you more of a environment though.
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It's a joy to look at these pictures! Looking at them makes me happy somehow ^^ Sorry, no critics from my side. I am not very good yet so I can hardly tell others what they do wrong. Also this is a style I never saw before. I love it so much!!! Woah, can't explain that feeling I get when watching these... Subscribed just because I want to see more!!!
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August 5th, 2012 #8
Dancing Fluff beasts
The princess and fluff-beasts are from a story that my husband and I have been writing. I would love an honest color critique. I'm trying to decide if I want to tweak the colors more in photoshop before printing, or if I'm happy with the painted colors. Thanks!