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    those colors.....so elegant and strong on that one! reminds me of great gold foiling. really nice sense of light being develloped as well. keep at it mate, cant wait to see this one finished
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    @work Thanks for checking my stuff out.

    mrgrumble Glad you like the colors. Here's the final update; I painted in the details and scuffed him up a bit. I feel like I cheated though. The smoke was made by use the water and blur blending tool...and I was always taught the those little blender thingys were a cheat. Shrugs.
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    I like the design of this last one! You should polish this one! watch out for the perspective on that shoulder though on the right one. Keep sketching and figuring things out. That's the adventure of drawing, right? Holla!

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    yea i agree why don't you polish it up, it looks unfinished, unless that was your intention
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    Very nice concept the last one!
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    Beelow, 2kre8, & Dreamworker: Hmm. Wow. Thanks guys. You know what...I think I will finish it. Glad to see you guys dug it.
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    usign tools in ways that suit the way you work is no cheating imho.Very cool work on the tin man so far man, i'dlove to see this one finished.

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    TheGnoll: Thanks man.

    I still plan on finishing up that tinman concept, but today I decided to redo the one from above of the two trees with the two birds. I just wasn't feeling it at all. It was feeling blah to me. So I redid the whole thing. I've been looking at James Jean a lot lately and you can probably see the influence. I'm still working on it..just need to get some reference of the hands and the bird...and then finish up with details.
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    Finished the one above.
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    ho! that does have a james jean feel to it, but i think it still remains quite a Snair vision one thing that i find really gives james his unqiue 'look' is his great mix of media. alot of pen and ink with acrylic on top and layers of washes...if your trying for that jean-iness perhaps you could try that instead of straight digital? dont havet o at all mate, cuz i think its lookin mighty fine as is
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    good stuff again - a idea would perhaps be to fully render one object in the latest piece, like the bird - or go further with the branches. Anyway good going.
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    mrgrumble Thanks man. It's one of the reasons why i love painter so much. Just the ability to experiment, cleanly, and then learn those techniques for traditional media.

    dan liimatta Thanks man. Hmmm. I might try that. Good idea! (Oh and thanks for bring me to page number 4!. Whoohooo)
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    Oh man, your rule, your style in your stuff is just amazing and very cool how you draw your carachters, keep posting bro, i will continue visting here.

    Cheers and thnks for share yous skills with us.
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