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May 22nd, 2013 #46
Some of these landscapes are absolutely gorgeous but I would love to see them finished more. Right now they're very impressionist and while I enjoy the impressionists I'd love to see some of the finish applied to the figures (like the pinup or the "dat ass") on the first page. I see you're trying to do that on the master copy above. Kudos. Really try to give the same energy to the landscapes, even if they're not as fun to look at as an attractive woman.
Also, let me just say that it looks like you're having so much fun with this and I love seeing that. I had a teacher once say that as far as professions go, you study science, you practice medicine and law but you "play" with art and I can definitely see that in your stuff.If you're wish my blog and thus portfolio are available for comment. I can always use critique.
Also, my concept art sketchbook can be found here
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May 23rd, 2013 #47SPIDER MAN
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Great stuff....I like the way you do "light"
and i would hand that ass shot in my studio its so badass
cool shit man, keep em coming
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May 23rd, 2013 #48
Thank you so much for your kind comment and advice Yep, I finished my master study and hope you like it. I'll try to do more and more fully rendered stuff.
Your teacher was a wise man then
Hehe, glad you like her thamk you for your visit.
Master study 001 finished - Thomas Moran, Fort George Island
Comparison with the original art
And tweaked more to my likings ^^*
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June 5th, 2013 #49
Some crappy stuff from the imagination
June 5th, 2013 #50
Trying out oil on canvas - imaginary landscape
Last edited by Matija Vuk; June 5th, 2013 at 04:47 PM.
June 5th, 2013 #51
Started doing some still life studies (::: fun fun fun !!
June 5th, 2013 #52
I think you're heading into colour very quickly. While you're handling it quite well, sometimes you're values aren't quite up to par. Those small master studies you did were a good start. I'd like to see you do more of those and try to get the values to match exactly.
The palm tree master study came out really nicely. Nice job
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June 6th, 2013 #53
I thank you even more for giving me insight into what I need to improve. My vision of values really needs to improve and I'll continue to do more focused studies on that part.
Yeah, I like it too, those master studies where you give your all are really so joyful thing to do and one really learns alot from it
Finished still life study of the previous piece:
June 6th, 2013 #54
Its nice to finally see someone from Croatia here,
Lovely sketchbook, I really like your landscape studies-specially this sunset, you managed to bring colors up to make it alive and stunning.
Great job and keep up with this work
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June 6th, 2013 #55
I must say that you're on a good way becoming an artist. keep on going! (samo dako dalje! )
pozdrav!let's have a try
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June 7th, 2013 #56
Man, you just know the right way how to smash out the teeth of a wooden vase. Maniacala
deposition after every decomposition, show your true self through your environments.
You’ve fried the potatoes on the correct temperature, while the fire was cracking you
were hacking. Seriously your environmental magic is now better, the wooden witch
has been put in her deserved straight jacket. Full motion after every devotion, pull
them on and pull them off, especially I like the sunset environment, generally I like
those orangish like of colors and the silhouettes of the trees against the sun. Your
experimentations led you to another understanding of shadows and lighting, and
now you see the might that you hold in your mind and in your hands. Combining
your mind and your hands are harvesting big crops of success. Good job, in the
end I am so happy that things got stabilized here and that we will go against the
wind once again. Keep on rolling toward the scrolls made out of Persian carpet.
June 10th, 2013 #57
@ Toxicpanda - Thank you for your visit, glad you like my stuff ) Looking forward to see you start a sketchbook here.
@ BlackPet - Thank you very much for your kind words of encouragement Hope to see you starting your sketchbook too.
@ LtPlissken - Dear Mr. Plissken, did anyone ever told you, you could be a great poet ?
Last edited by Matija Vuk; June 10th, 2013 at 12:18 PM.
June 10th, 2013 #58
June 10th, 2013 #59
It’s getting better, she is looking outstanding, that killer look in her
eyes, could make a stoned parrot to deep sea dive. You’ve put a lot
of emotions in this one, I can sense the stoic state of a velvet aroma,
just like in the winded corridors of Mount Tahoma. You look deep
in those aesthetic eyes, and pretty soon, she will come alive.
June 11th, 2013 #60
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