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    Nice stuff here! I like how clean everything is and how you manage to differentiate materials so well. Keep posting!
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    "Complacency is the womb of mediocrity. " -- Jason Manley

    "If you always put limits on everything you do, physical or anything else, it will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there, you must go beyond them." -- Bruce Lee


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    Awesome work, you're grasp on colour is phenomenal. I can't wait to see more!

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    Wow, thank you! Glad you like that stuff! That was the best task I was given so far in my studies. Rest is more like meh, but I am studying graphic design, so, nevermind ^^

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    Excellent stuff Acapulco. I like how clearly you depict forms, all the elements in your paintings have a really solid appearance because of that. My fave is also the one with the burgeoning plant tasty colors!

    I checked your portfolio as well - you are damn good! Keep updating this sketchbook

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    hey and welcome!
    I really enjoy your stuff
    and I love this little planty-thing

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    Quote Originally Posted by husasa0 View Post
    Glad you like that stuff!
    Whats up with that post?

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    ah the forum is haunted by some spam bots from time to time (not a big problem despite these random messages from time to time though), propably just tell a mod so they can delete the posts

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    That is a real skill, wish to see more for inspiration, all the best!

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    your kinda speedpaint is really nice)

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    I love your Nature studies, and your employers must be elated to have you for free lol

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    Ah spambots... damn them!

    Thanks for the kind words, I never heard to be an inspiration, cool thing. I think I will do more such 'ghibli-esque forest scenes' just because I love 'em. And that one turned out to be cool.
    My intern wasn't for free, I got money for it. Bigpoint is a nice place to be for an intern! I think I wouldn't have accepted it in the first place without a proper salary, non-paid internships are slavery.

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    Both the concepts in the earlier posts and the recent scenery-paintings are really awesome

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    Awesome work! I really enjoy your play of colour temperatures...

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    Thanks, working on my colors constantly.

    So, long time no update for Airborn. No, it is not dead yet, who would've thought? I decided to do kind of a keyimage for the Ice/Foggy Setting. It took about two months from scratch to finish, but with pauses and many sketches from Jaster and me.

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    sketchbook acapulco

    Hope you guys like it!
    Last edited by acapulco; June 9th, 2013 at 01:36 PM.

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