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    serie of trucs ( seriously heavy download )

    hi everyone
    hi Jon
    first post here - okay, it's anything but concept art... I'm working out a new style for me, so every comments/crits are welcome.
    I'd love to have your opinion, guys!

    early research for the serie

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    Hi beet,
    I like very much your female drawings. They are better than the male ones, even if they are only studies.
    The last females head seams a bit to big...
    Nice coloring

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    I´ve looked at your website and think this variation in your style fits fluently in your previous works. I really like this loose style - it´s very dynamic. Do you have a special purpose in mind or are you "just" looking for new way?

    BTW Let the webmasters change you from NOOB to professional .

    Fipse

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    omg
    beet on ca! I am finally happy.

    amazing works man, are these from reference at all?

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    Dammit Beet, it's not bad enough being in the same Warlord sets as you, but you gotta go and own me here, too... huh?

    excellent work,
    jerO

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    I love your work Beet ! It is very emotional, I can tell that you lOve art just nby looking at these.

    I'd really love to see a large, finished piece done in this manner.

    -Alex Gering
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    Damn cool stuff! its got a little Mc.Guinnes in it.

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    We now return you to Bullit already in progress...
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    dude, you gotta let me in on what brush your using
    and always, your the best.

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    Wow!

    That's awesome!

    The hair on that last pic is amazing. So loose...so awesome.

    I love this stuff!

    Way to go!

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    I love the green one... Is she the hot queen of lettuce?:p

    The girl in panties is great. I don't know how you stay so loose, but in control, awesome technique.

    The thunder of guns tore me apart.
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    These are freakin Great! I'm assuming from davi's comments that you're a pro. I'm so happy now! Thanks for posting! I love the sloppiness in them! :eek:

    BTW: Did you use any refs?

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    There is nothing wrong with using a photo to help you see things.
    No one complains about life drawing,
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    its easy, and will improve your piece greatly."
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    mmm yummy.. im ready for seconds....----ty

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    thanks all. glad you guys seems to like the style and the pics. more will come next week.

    I was ink, davi : for these works I'm using my own photos ( as ref ) wich I can non-respect as much as I want when painting on the ol' pc.
    weapon82: yeah, something vegie for sure
    broken cow: painter brushes, different versions, most of them straight from the can.
    ChadTHX1138: well, I don't that artist's work, I'll have to check his stuff then
    kaini : so do i, hopefully by the end of the serie
    R_M : I'll be doing a male model on the next finished one, we'll see.
    again, thnaks for the comments all

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    Hey Beet,

    I like your loose painting technique. These paintings have a lot of llife and character. I especially like the the last painting, and the other two current images. Good stuff.

    C.J.A.

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    coo

    Did you draw them digitally or on paper first?
    Lovin the loose style, yet controlled. Nice translation from picture to paint. Cool subtle lighting on the faces.

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    thanks!
    da7thsamurai : it depends. most goes without paper, some do ( this one has, weekend sketches, construction nailed ) ...not fond of golden rules, really
    edit : btw ChadTHX1138, I could'nt find that mc guinnes you were reffering to ... got any direct link to him stuff ? cheers.

    hop !
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