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    Finals from over the years

    Just dumping a bunch of stuff from over the years. All were done in Oil on Illo. Board.

    Gollum
    Cardboard Tube Samurai - final drawing
    Hellgirl
    Link
    Ghostbusters
    Highway 13 (final with sketch)

    Thanks- Jason

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    They look good man, but the last one is very cool! Great mood and coloring!

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    cool stuff dude...keep'em come'n

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    I think these are very nice - love the use of traditional media. Personally, I think you've got a really nice technique with the paints, but your anatomy could use some work. I know you're going for a stylized look, but a foundation in good anatomy skills is still a must. Besides that, these are great - Gollum and the last one are my favs

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    These are good, but in the last one we can see that the pencil drawing is stronger than the painting. The whole personality of the werewolf is lost in the painting. Also you cant tell that those are car keys he's holding anymore, it almost looks like a gun which changes the whole mood.
    I like your color usage and values, but the backgrounds need to be somewhat subordinated to the central figure or it becomes muddled.
    Your lightest lights, darkest darks, brightest colors and strongest contrast all need to be on the center of interest. When the red in the background figure's eye is as intense as the forground figure's shirt then the depth is lost.

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    I think that your surfaces are too closed. Maybe try to let some mixing here and there. Tones are too separated, almoust comic flat. Because of this I like last paint most. It is most moody.

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    Hey thanks everyone,

    i appreciate the quick responses. Right now I'm in a really good art mode...for the last two weeks I just haven't been able to stop wanting to draw. I love these little periods that come up every now and again. I'll difinately take all your suggestions for next time.

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    Man, these are great, the only thing I dont like is how Link looks like a forty year old disgruntled postal worker--face wise that is.

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    I just wanted to post one more painting that I just scanned in last night. It was done over a year ago for another artist collective site. To be honest, I've completely forgotten the characters name. It's not my creation, he's some comic book hero/villain....i think maybe from vertigo or something.

    anyway- here it is. this will probably be my last one for a while or so...although i do plan on post some sketches that I'm working on now.

    Oh, and Phlem117: With regards to the 40 year old Link, that was actually my intent. I kind of wanted to do a mid life crisis Link who's battled millions of monsters and saved Hyrule a thousand times before...and yet, here he is again...on some mountain about to fight a slug....and he's really tired of doing it.

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