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    Winter Chill c.1944-45 (WWII) | UPDATE

    Last edited by /ev; July 2nd, 2010 at 12:14 AM. Reason: new image
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    Holy crap how has no one posted on this one yet. It's looks good real good. I really can't find anything about it to criticize.

    I wonder if Picasso ever looked at another artist's work and thought to himself "I suck."

    Sketchbook of mine this is
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    damn! These are incredible!!

    I love em!

    Maybe change the title of the thread if you want posts.

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    awesome, i love ww2.
    i would love to see some russians tho

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    I really like that last image. There is a lot of atmosphere to it. Definately the strongest of the two painted pieces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cbird
    I really can't find anything about it to criticize.
    Ditto



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    Nice stuff

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    Those are some amazing paints you have...

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    The snow one is especially stunning. I'm just not sure cylindrical haybales existed back then, it takes a huge machine to make them.

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    amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecsdesign
    Cheers guys, good point about the haybales- thats one thing i didnt research. The paintings are relatively quick at between 1-2 hours work.

    Im playing around with some T34s at the moment, I felt that with these images, without showing the enemy they would be more moody.
    so any chances for a soviet pic?

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    Damn, these are great. You've done what I've been trying to do with the Eastern front for years now.

    Some very good stories came out of the Eastern European countries.

    Keep em coming.

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    wow,

    these are really great, the only thing i'd like to see is in the last one Hidden Attack, it would be nice to see all of the tank as it looks like its a smoking ruin but you can't quite be sure

    again though, wow

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    geez some great pieces here

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    Incredible.

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    Great pics you've got there
    I would love to see a comic book all in that style hehe it would be awesome keep up the good work


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    great stuff.

    you chould check out George Pratt's "No Man's Land" for some inspiration, if you havent already.

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    Excellent painterly feel to these.

    Awww, man!! Sorry about that. Yeah,thats gonna stain.

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    Wish you didn't crop the tank...woulda been a nice effect if we see the whole tank busted and there's one last soldier making a stand. And since he's firing to the right I'm assuming the enemy is on that side so, you'd be better off putting the damage to tank on the right too. Maybe an allie anti tank got from the right side. GOOD STUFF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qitsune
    The snow one is especially stunning. I'm just not sure cylindrical haybales existed back then, it takes a huge machine to make them.
    Started me pondering, Gitsune, darn you...Gotta love the Internet, you can learn more about almost anything...
    Hay in art ( http://www.hayinart.com/2004_03.html ) was good, but not informative enough.
    http://www.arthistoryclub.com/art_hi...er#Round_baler then provided the trivia game answer I was looking for:
    The round baler was invented in 1971 by the Vermeer Company, which as of 2004 continues to produce them.
    My curiosity is satisfied...

    I agree, the snow one IS stunning.
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    The only crit I seriously have is...The right arm of the German Soldier should be bent down more like a v instead of up and to the right as it is. Just not how you hold a rifle, on or off a supportive object.

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