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    Hello Concept Art community! My dream is to become a great concept artist and for that i have a long ways to go. everyone here is so supportive of one another and I'm excited to be a part of the community

    I'll start with some of my old and more recent works, hopefully my progress will be visible withing a few months and obvious within a year.

    Last edited by O_ranger; July 24th, 2012 at 09:49 PM. Reason: to get a thumbnail icon on my sketchbook thread
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    I'll start off with some of my old and more recent work. Hopefully the improvement will be noticeable in a few months and obvious in a year. Feel free to tell me what you think, and if there's something you'd like me to look at or comment on just let me know

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    I started a character and a train design, not sure if they are worth finishing but they definitely need work. also did a few studies.
    (the character is leaning on something, hence the odd pose)

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    Liking them studies keep it up! Wish I could give you a good crit but I don't think I have the knowledge to give one that would help you much.

    "The whole point of practice is to do it until you can do it right." - dpaint

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    Thanks Element! I make obvious mistake all the time, i'm sure you'll see them.

    Here are some studies and a robot doodle i had fun with.

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    Your digital environments are great Great balance of color.

    I've noticed that when you draw people from imagination, however, the proportions seem a bit off. In particular, the limbs/hands/feet seem to be far to skinny and long. Definitely pay attention to the size of each body part in comparison to others.

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    Thanks for dropping by! I'll try to mind the limbs.

    Here is a face study. I didn't spend too much time on it but i had a little trouble with it.

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    studies, wanted to do a few before i started digital painting today.

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    You have some neat stuff going on here. Was having the dragon's wings coming out of the back of the hands rather than being part of them a conscious decision?

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    Thanks for stopping by!

    yes, it definitely looks weird. It was done quite a long time ago and I got lazy so i didn't work out how it connect to the hand very well.

    Here are some cartoon style weapons i did for a change of pace.

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    hey ho
    you seem to be fighting on all fronts at the same time right now this certainly aint wrong but I think you will get the most satisfying results out of studies (and your's look really promising so far ... ). Keep pushing it you're on the right track ^^

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    Thanks for stopping by Regen! I agree, studies are definitely the the way to go for me, i've got a long way to go.

    Here are studies, drawings from imagination, and sketches for fun. Some things have come up recently so i haven't been uploading much but i hope to get back to uploading more regularly.

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