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    God of Greed

    Hey everyone! I'm new here

    My latest piece : God of Greed (And the only one im currently satisfied with)

    I'm a 17 years old self-taught wannabe concept artist from Israel, please bare with me and my mediocre english

    timelapse video of this one : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sf0PvSlbzxk

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    That's a fine sense of finish and a professional approach for a seventeen year old. More!

    I was once on the receiving end of a critique so savagely nasty, I marched straight out of class to the office and changed my major (sketchbook).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoat View Post
    That's a fine sense of finish and a professional approach for a seventeen year old. More!
    Thank you, I'm glad you liked it

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    Heya, nice start already. I did a quick overpaint that shows some things that might be missing in your painting. The text is notes I made during the overpaint. Basically, the contrast is way too high, there's a lot of full black which is not good. the anatomy shows that you sorta know what goes where but not enough to make it look really good, that's just something you'll learn from studies. I also added a rimlight from some lightsource behind him because the lighting kinda is boring. There's probably people here that can help you with the anatomy way better than I can. Just remember, keep working on it like this and you'll get better in no time.

    Good luck painting!
    Clockwork

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    Quote Originally Posted by theclockworkpainter View Post

    Heya, nice start already. I did a quick overpaint that shows some things that might be missing in your painting. The text is notes I made during the overpaint. Basically, the contrast is way too high, there's a lot of full black which is not good. the anatomy shows that you sorta know what goes where but not enough to make it look really good, that's just something you'll learn from studies. I also added a rimlight from some lightsource behind him because the lighting kinda is boring. There's probably people here that can help you with the anatomy way better than I can. Just remember, keep working on it like this and you'll get better in no time.

    Good luck painting!
    Clockwork
    Wow!

    I'll definitely take that to mind on my next painting

    Thanks alot for taking the time to post that comment

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