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    Hello,

    my name is Marina Zautorova and I am research worker from Russia. Though I have choosed to study biotechnology at university I always love to draw. And there were a lot of drawings in my every notebook.
    So long speak short, I am selftaught and since this 2012 year I have made firm and irreversible dicision to become a concept artist/llustrator in the video game industry. And I have begun working on my portfolio whenever I have some extra free time.
    However I understand that if somebody want to become better artist and improve drawing skills he have to spend years practicing and a huge amount of work have to be done. On the other hand, critique would also be very helpfull. So your feedback is a great luck for me and I am really looking forward to it!

    PS: Sorry for my English. It also should be improved =)

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    These are looking nice. I especially like the first concept.

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    Thank you =)

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    Great color, anatomy, and design work. The only thing I might recommend is keep on studying color theory, anatomy, etc that you not be comfortable on.

    Besides that, I might recommend more environment work and vehicles and props to round out your portfolio.

    Also, more textures couldn't hurt! (Specifically for your mech spider house in the woods )

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    Sizzle, thank you very much for the comment! =)

    I absolutely agree with you that more environment work and vehicles would be welcome .
    At first I have for an object to improve anatomy, because I was really weak in it (to be honest it is still not good enough)- that's why there is so many character design in the portfolio.
    Now I am going to bridge this gap in real earnest. Also I am going to keep on studying color theory, anatomy, etc =)

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    Excellent!

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    Nice concepts and proportions. I especially like the 1st one!

    My strongest suggestions is to study more anatomy, composition and color theory. I'm noticing most of the color schemes have no more than 2 main colors. Be bold with them, don't be shy!

    I also recommend to research materials. Try to paint lots of them (fabric, wood, metal, etc) and see what looks dull or shiny when exposed to light. It will add a lot to the color palette you can use.

    And I agree with Sizzle, textures don't hurt!

    You're in the good path Marina. Keep improving.

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