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    Thumbs up Digital Art Portfolio

    Hello everyone,

    I am new here. I would like some feedback/people that might be interested in buying my artwork. You can view my portfolio at:

    http://www.theuntappedsource.com/yevgueney

    I appreciate any and all feedback!

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    What's this? You've just put a random generated 3d model on a water surface shade... I'm sorry man but what are you trying to do? (it's not some way to say, i'm really asking you)

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    I created this scene with different light effects, terrains, etc. I used a program called Bryce 7. If you dont think that is art, then whats the use of try to express art?

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    I played with Bryce awhile back and found it limiting for me. I rather work in a program that my creative input is not based strictly in an options menu, filter or plug-in. Poser is another one that really did not catch my attention. I just did not find a need for them in what I was doing or wanted to do. The fact is, in your art...I really don't see a creative reach here. I also think, you have underestimated the traffic on ConceptArt.org of those that are professional & novice...just respectfully saying of course.

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    Well if you think this medium is perfect for your expression of art and you're completely satisfied with it then what's the point in asking feedback?

    Anyway i don't really want to talk about art, i've done it in the past in my fine arts academy and i'm sick of it.

    I wish you good luck in selling your stuff, i really do.

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    Your're trying to find buyers in the portfolio review section? Try posting your work in the artists looking for work subforum. This area doesn't get the kind of traffic your're looking for. Also you'd get a lot better response to your post if you attached your work here. Nobody likes following blind links from newbies.

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    There does not seem to be much originality in those works. I have meddled around it bryce, i actually used it more for reference in other art instead of making art out of it. Also in those simply things like mountains in bryce, it almost makes them entierly for you. You would probably have a hard time finding a market that would buy such simple 3d art, or 3d art in general. I mean even 2d digital art can be very hard to sell.

    But good luck with what you do. If you want to specialice in 3d art I would try to explore and practice more in that genre.

    Does the walker choose the path or the path choose the walker?
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    I remember experimenting with Bryce back in 1996. My pieces looked a lot like his.

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