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    Leo's Sketchbook



    Hey there!
    Welcome to my sketchbook


    Here's some paintings/studies i've done, both old and new. Crit's 'n feedback is always welcome!












    I'll try to update as often as i can.

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    My first anatomy studies ever!









    And some dude i painted to test out what i had learned


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    Crit's would be epic

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    Quick photo study with only 1 brush and colors chosen by eye



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    Study, the movie is cloud atlas


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    I'm loving your color studies. It's really odd to see how your skills in colors are so advanced capared to your lines - that's kind of a rare thing.

    Keep up the good work

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    A tua me: Thanks alot, and yes i definetily need to improve my linework

    WIP for chow:


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    Some great colour stuff you got going there. Keep up the anatomy studies, great start and hope to see more!

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    Vezarez: Thanks!

    Update on chow:

    I think it needs more sci fi stuff so i'll probably add that for the next update.
    I'm still satisfied so far though since it's my first character made digital.

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    Some quick photo studies





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    Very nice environments; I can see your knowledge of lighting coming through really strongly. It'd be cool to see some more figures as well - I'll stay tuned for the future!

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    ATP: Thanks!

    Here's some dudes made from silhouettes


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    Nice charachters! I like the yellow dude.

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    Awesome start man, keep it up, keep updating!

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    Thanks guys!





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    A forest, without ref


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    In most of them i love the color palette you choose, i'm curious to see some Dodge effect on the light thou! Cheers : )

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    Thanks manuel, i'm not sure what the "dodge effect" is but i'll research

    Done with the forest, i'm quite satisfied with the result


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    Hey there
    I've done lots of sketches on paper but right now i'm too lazy to scan 'em in so here's something digital! wip


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    What's up! I need to see more of your stuff!! Please upload!

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    assumzaek: Sure thing

    Here's some sketches done in the last couple of weeks










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    The path between the mountains, wip.


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    Your environments and colors are both quite good. It might be nice to see more humans rendered/finished though.

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    whoah nice stuffs to far!! keep posting! loving your recent post the colours are lovely

    SKETCHBOOK
    critiques + feedbacks
    please?
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    Faanus: Thanks . Yeah, i'll probably post some soon
    PoringMaster: Thanks man

    The path between the mountains, finished i think.


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    Hey, nice stuff! Your paintings start to have a good sense of color and light. Just a tip about brush-technique, try to have more variety in the strokes you make - not talking about getting crazy with many different brush tips necessarily - but just the size of it. In your latest additions there's more variety already, I think.

    Another thought is something everyone struggles with - sketches look better than finals, like in the "Path between mountains". Details you added are nice, but I think it has less depth now. Because everything has kinda the same edge and sharpness everywhere, eye doesn't move around the image as well anymore. I think you should keep some of the soft and lost edges from the original sketch if you're going for a nice painterly look. Concepts can be different, might be more important to describe as much details as possible. Anyway, hope this is useful advice, maybe you have already considered these points. Keep up the good work!

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