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    Molina's Sketchbook - BR BR? HUAHUE

    Hi, my name is Lucas Molina. I'm a student from Brazil currently getting a master's degree in art history and painting a lot.

    My goal is to get really good at digital painting and I'll do this by focusing on the fundamentals, learning from the masters and drawing tons. I'm making this sketchbook to motivate myself and to get critique from you guys.

    Thanks!

    (Edited title to include "NSFW")

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    Some studies!

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    And here's some stuff from imagination!

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    Godspeed Molina!

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    Great studies! Those landscapes are really coming along as well. I rather like the texture work.

    website: www.agentmelon.co.uk [Sketchbook] Available for freelance work : [link]
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    @Llamadeus:
    Thanks uguuu! Looking forward to new uploads in your sketchbook.

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    Thanks mel0n. I rather like you.

    Here's two Turner color studies and a Rembrandt values study.

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    The textures are awesome. Sketchbooks keep people motivated it seems, great idea making one!

    -DC

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    Lovely brushwork. To be honest, I don't know what advice I could give you, but for sure I know that I'd like to see some pencil work!

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    I am in love with your works!

    The simplicity, the clarity, the colors... they all add to that special atmosphere ur digis have!

    I VOTE 5 STARS for this thread!

    Keep doing great stuff!

    -G

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    Really beautiful work dude, i'm looking forward to seeing how this SB progresses.

    I really like the autumn snow scene with the white tree just off-centre. It's got lovely colours and great composition.

    I would love to see some sketches, and less finished pieces to see how you go about making these

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    @Daniel Cotter:
    Thanks!

    @LastGen:
    I'll update some pencil work soon. Likely some recent life drawing.

    @clanlord:
    Thanks a lot.

    @Jacky-Boy:
    Thank you. Here you go, sort of. Though these are unfinished more due to lazyness than anything.

    Posting a couple paintings from imagination. The first one I just did randomly. The second one, well... My grandmother has gone insane this week. She was asking where her penguins were, because they had gotten out of the mirror and the poor things must've been eating sand by now. Well, here they are.

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    One study from Ridley Scott's Kingdom of Heaven and a landscape from imagination.

    I will post those pencil drawings I promised soon, I haven't forgotten. Probably in the next update.

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    Pencil drawings, as requested. Slightly not safe for work. These are all life drawings.

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    Nice stuff Brozil, nice to see you working hard. I like that you've toned down on the texture spam; keep improving your forms!

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    Some very stunning pieces here. I very much enjoy your clean style, very pleasing aesthetically. Keep it going!

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    molina may i ask what brush set do you use? i know these are the square type brushes but i've never figured out what brushes you exactly use.. the bark of the tress look amzing in the Medusa picture please help.

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    @199X:
    Thank you! Hopefully I am.

    @cgaddict:
    Thank you for stopping by my sketchbook!

    @jaggudada:
    I use a brushpack with lots of brushes from brushpacks around the web. You can download it here. There should be better ones around, though.

    One WIP from observation. This thread is quickly becoming NSFW, I'm sorry if you opened this at work.

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    Iae meo, muito bom o seu trampo, sensacional! Os seus contrastes entre o quente e escuro são muito bons, vou ficar de olho.

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    Oo you brushwork is so pro already ...! The use of colour an light have a very natural feel to it ... and those portraits totally nail it. You really know what you are doing and definitely will be getting a lot of attention in here. ^^

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    Visit my sketchbook-gallery kinda thing ...
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    Nice work man, really diggin those studies!

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    awesome start dude! Looking forward to more

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    stroke precision= off the chain! keep going~ 1

    Behind every great master is a great student...

    Imagination is more important than knowledge- Albert Einstein...
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    NEW SKETCHBOOK -- http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...40#post3743640

    OLD SKETCHBOOK: http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...25#post2543225
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    fantastic stuff!

    espero mais updates

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    wow really great sketchbook... I can see how much you control edges ... and those beautiful lines... Oh man... I'm not match for you[
    Your knowledge about human structure makes me weak.
    Hope you keep doing this marvelous work. I cant see even a litte mistake in your work!

    really great man.

    "What is a cynic? A man who knows the price of everything and the value of nothing." Oscar Wilde

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    Beautiful work and epic sketchbook, I'm glad that you're here, such a great inspiration for me to keep practicing!

    Please, check my SKETCHBOOK and leave feedback. I want to improve!
    "Little by little, one travels far."
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    Don't forget to check their sketchbooks as well:
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    Quote Originally Posted by r zanchetin View Post
    Iae meo, muito bom o seu trampo, sensacional! Os seus contrastes entre o quente e escuro são muito bons, vou ficar de olho.
    Obrigado. Thanks a lot, I'm watching your work as well.
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    Oo you brushwork is so pro already ...! The use of colour an light have a very natural feel to it ... and those portraits totally nail it. You really know what you are doing and definitely will be getting a lot of attention in here. ^^
    Thanks, I hope so. I've posted some critiques in your sketchbook, let me know if you want any more on other works.
    Quote Originally Posted by Overtoom View Post
    Nice work man, really diggin those studies!
    Thanks, and I'm glad you liked my feedback.
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    awesome start dude! Looking forward to more
    Hey, me too. Where are the updates on your sketchbook?
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    Thanks, I do try to be precise and economic on my brushtrokes.
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    fantastic stuff!

    espero mais updates
    Here it is!
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    wow really great sketchbook... I can see how much you control edges ... and those beautiful lines... Oh man... I'm not match for you[
    Your knowledge about human structure makes me weak.
    Hope you keep doing this marvelous work. I cant see even a litte mistake in your work!

    really great man.
    I disagree. I do a whole lot of mistakes. I paint mistakes. I think you're better than me, but that doesn't stop me from critiqueing your work!
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    Beautiful work and epic sketchbook, I'm glad that you're here, such a great inspiration for me to keep practicing!
    Never give up, you can do it! We can do it!

    Below are a lava environment attempt/thumbnail from imagination, a couple drawings from life drawing this week and a flying turtle from imagination.

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    I feel like I need at least half an hour just to find the right vocabulary to describe how well these pieces are made! The patterns are just... there see! I can't even describe it! The Colors are downright gorgeous. I feel like this comment just doesn't do them justice.

    With the limited time I have, I'll just sum it by saying: beautiful work man

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    awesome sketchbook, man. that nude laying on the bed is incredible

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    Hello, welcome to CA!

    Nice work here so far, you are definitely a painter, and a pretty good one too. You understand color, values and form well!

    I think your drawings are good but they could be much better. Maybe its just the photo but on the ones where you did add values, the range of values were slim and also very much the same. Also want to watch those line weights and making variations in your line weights. Variety adds dynamism. I have this problem myself so I notice it with others immediately.

    Also, another thing I noticed in your imaginative landscape, the perspective of that city/oasis in the distance is off. It dips in towards us and makes the city look slanted like its entire foundation is lying flat on the side of dune or something. It just doesn't look right. In your environments, you can also add more ideas (or assets) into them to add visual interest...unless you just want to make mood environments, that's fine.

    Alright man, all around you've got good work here. Keep em coming!



    ART. MORE. NOW.

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    Insane sketches man! Hope to catch up with you someday!
    Keep those beautiful pieces coming!

    Abraço!

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