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    Fantasy art and concepts (updated July 22th)

    Updates now here on the first post

    Hi everyone,

    New thread with my new portfolio pieces and works. IŽll try to update as much as possible.

    Also, im looking for freelance work, commissions or full-time job.
    If you are interested send me an email at lucaspandolfelli@gmail.com

    Critics are welcome!


    New commissions i did. Just the last one is personal work.

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    Ok, now the pieces.
    The first one is personal, the second was for CHOW and the last two were commission to www.khajj.com.

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    WhatŽs up guys?!

    The first one is personal work and the other 2 are interior book illustration for Obatron Production.

    Any critics?!

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    Nice works.

    I like how the last one, the Goblin seems like a small football player for some reason but in a good way!

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    Hi Lukas,
    I may have mentioned it before, but you really really really really really really really really need to work on your figures. Reference if you're not using it, more/better reference if you are. Everything is in place, nail that and you're all set.


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    Thanks so much Elweel,
    I promise iŽll work on my figures

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    Hi guys,

    Just finished 2 interior book illustration.
    Critics are welcome

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    Yup, I only can accompany Elwell, your colours and your lighting are pretty good, what holds you down is your lack of anatomical knowledge and some minor perspective issues. And these are both things that are way easier to handle than color and light, so you are lucky ^^ practice! practice! practice!

    keep at it
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    I think these are coming out good but I agree with Elwell and Partisan. I don't know if it's "lack" of anatomical knowledge. What I notice more specifically are your faces. I think faces are your weakness. I do like the colors in the last one.

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    I would say that your illustrations come out more lifelike than your characters but still they are good to watch ! keep it up dude

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    Hi guys,
    Thanks for the critics. IŽll keep working on gesture, pose, anatomy

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    Hi everyone,

    New portfolio piece.
    Feel free to critic

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    A personal piece. I tried to imagine a story behind. So, the knight is almost dead and a nymph finds him. Maybe she can save him but there is something coming up.

    Any thoughts?

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    IŽve post a new piece on the first post.

    Any critics?

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    Very nice work overall, the demon hunter image is my pick of the bunch. Your showing great improvement in this thread but I would agree with the other guys on the anatomy issues and maybe increasing the contrast in your images to make them pop.

    Thanks for sharing!

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    Hi Mothman,
    Thanks for your comments. IŽll try to pay attention more to anatomy and contrast.

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