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    Butan tech shit

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    Keep it up, the last landscape with the skeletons is an improvement. Running skeleton army would be a hard task even for a master ^_-

    Your pieces don't have focal points, it's important to point out what's important in your illustration. Use contrast (value contrast, edge contrast...) to make sure the important bits stand out from the rest of the painting (and tell a story)

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    i love this. you draw the same kind of stuff that i would love to be able to do some day. extremely humbled by your work here .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nrekkvan View Post
    Keep it up, the last landscape with the skeletons is an improvement. Running skeleton army would be a hard task even for a master ^_-

    Your pieces don't have focal points, it's important to point out what's important in your illustration. Use contrast (value contrast, edge contrast...) to make sure the important bits stand out from the rest of the painting (and tell a story)
    Thanks a lot, it's good to have a critical eye from outside !
    Can you give me an example of focal point that I can add to one of these draw?
    For the contrast you mean more prononced to foreground and less to background? Thanks dude

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    Quote Originally Posted by silent andy View Post
    i love this. you draw the same kind of stuff that i would love to be able to do some day. extremely humbled by your work here .
    Thanks very much, it make me very happy that you like some of my draws ! I wish you the best and to do much better than that!

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    Not bad for only 2 years of working at it. Keep up the good work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendan Draney View Post
    Not bad for only 2 years of working at it. Keep up the good work.
    Thanks, you're nice guys ! In fact it's been 2 years since I bought a tablet but not much spent working on it! ^^

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    My first landscape, helped by Star Eater, Jasbat and Lightship69 (thanks again guys !)
    YHabchi sketchbook

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    interesting designs! would like to see more studies though, anyways keep posting!

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    Good work, although on the landscape I'd consider darkening some of the rocky areas, they are all reflecting the same amount of light. Darkening some areas should really help bring attention to the focal point, which is the laser pyramid, at least I think it is. Anyway keep it up!

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    Thanks, I've never done studies and I lack training but I intend to work more seriously! For the landscape it was my first, and helped by members I improved it, but it remains a lot of mistakes, I hope to do better next time !

    This is my first study
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    Hey man, fellow newbie here!
    I love your skeleton painting, and the landscape painting is amazing for your first.
    I haven't tried to do landscapes yet, can you give me any tips?
    Perhaps I'll have a go at studying single objects like you did with that rock as well.

    Looking forward to more!

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    Hey newbie like me !
    For landscapes, trying to respect minimum perspective, I think I don't have any advice to give, I'm like you, without the forum members he was not as well ! Same things for studies, instead studying the bases I start with a rock ... that's not well !!
    Anyway thanks a lot!

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    New cyborg ZS4
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