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    Bird linage 2

    Hi, there is another one for the serie.... this like the first one i have made it straight ahead on Potoshop.

    Hope you like. thanks!



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    Beautiful... not sure what's going on with the BG but the figure (head especially) is wonderful!

    Great work!

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    nice image although i think a little bit more contrast is necessary.

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    wow!
    i realy like your faces!
    could you explain more how you work?

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    Hi

    I'm still trying serveral ways to paint, but I use to do some general shapes with the lasso tool and painting over with a hard round shape brush, becouse I like the textures that makes, also I use a quite big size for the page, opening an instance to see how looks smaller, during the process i add a texture to make detail o the materials... in fact is dificult to explain perfectly.

    I have post some steps of that painting.

    I hope that gives to you an idea.



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    Nice, the concept is a bit hard to read but I like the direction you are heading.

    This is a bit off topic but I have comments on your website that you may find interesting: You might want to consider down sizing the images, at least the rough ones. Even at 1280*1024 it's hard to get a sense of the whole image. Also I was having trouble opening the 2d/3d sections with Firefox. It worked fine with IE, you might want to look into that.

    I dig your work, keep it up bro!

    -Kazz

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    try to avoid cropping off any of the structure of the figure (feet area in this example). It's something the professional market just loathes for various reasons.

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    Wow. That is amazing...Great detail on the works!

    No crit man, just envy.

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    Agreed. It's real nice, but it was an awesome bonus to see the progress. Good work.

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    Very nice mate. Im getting more and more worried about the Thunderdome image Im going to be doing (Starting this week I hope).

    Excellent work, I love your style. I was wondering what your process was.
    Look forward to more!

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