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    Hey Gnoll, that dude on the dino looks just awesome, all the details and the weapon. For my taste the eye of that dino are looking a little too friendly ...but I probably just have always these exaggerated evil dinos in mind
    Awesome - do you want to colorize that one?

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    Very good concept! Keep more updates
    Ciao

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    Hey Gnoll, really nice stuff in here. Damn, your doing things in here. Some of these are telling good stories.
    So you're going to a fine art school now? Illustration?
    And take care of the summer holiday. I think we all will regret not drawing more after the summer

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    Great wolverine, the silhuette seems to work well and I like how he pops out from the paper. Very appealing for a rough sketch. The torso plane sketch is another one I like and that kind of things are sure good to practice your lightings.

    On the newest one, the design and pose of the creature look great, as always. The values are somewhat believable for a cloudy afternoon lighting but still, I can't tell a single direction the light comes from. The well-lit inside of the cape is probably the most confusing thing having no cast shadow. The creature's shadow-side looks so monotonous too that the rider's foot seems to blend in.

    Great looking stuff all in all and good to see you're still doing study sketches too, even though the facial details seemed good to me already.

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    @funfetus: thanks! and yes, i know.I'd love to put more color stuff too...i'm working on that

    @Sirio_Brozzi: grazie Sirio i tried pushing the rendering a bit more than usual, glad you liked it.I had no idea of how to handle the cape, and eventually did iy in an exaggerated comic book style.You can call it style, or lazyness.I need some to do some cloth studies, thats for sure.

    @Hive_minD: thanks actually you're right.I was aiming to a "GW old school" kind of dark elf, but ended up drawing an even shittier design.SHould have thought more of the helm, i'm not convinced of it either

    @Teh Gosu: hehe thanks

    @mentler: this hyena is always happy when you throw him a bone Mentler

    @Pascallo: thanks! actually i should have made the eyes a little meanier, and it would have been easy...just had to add some shadow under the brow...i'll keep that in mind for my next lizard

    @Dreamworker: grazie Paolo

    @Pencilator: thanks for stopping by man, i'm a fan of your work Yep, i'll start illustration/comic studies in october, looking forward to that.Yep, i'm already regretting the wasted time, but WTF, i'm on holiday

    @smuli: thanks for the in--depth comment as usual man, i appreciate that you're right on everything, especially on the fact i'm still too lazy with rendering.

    Update.
    I'm slacking a lot in these day, and i probably will for the rest of the summer if i continue like this.But i still sketch once in a while
    I'm leaving for the UK on thurday, but i'll try an update again before then

    meanwhile:

    1)The dark elf, again.No changes since the other version, just a bump
    2)a sphere digi study.
    3, 4, 5) some dragon designs.
    6)uber rought doodle, don't even know why i'm posting this
    7)some bridgeman stuff.Not copies, just did 'em while flipping thru the book.I'll try and study from this book while i'm in England.

    ciao!

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    hey .. nice update those creature looks great ... I really like the pose and structure of this one: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1185741508



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    Those beast are great!I love the one which is over the rock,and the mounted one.Keep posting,please!!!Great stuff as always!!!Hope to see more colored stuff.

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    hi gnoll

    Great works. You've got some real great stuff since my last visit. Your anatomy has come a long way too. oh and real nice line work on the last one! Keep up your good works!

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    You make my day with this Kutulu, thank you dude.

    Keep posting

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    @Pigeonkill: hehe yep, its missing the counterweight, you're right thanks man

    @Kronos: hehe thanks

    some more work on the chthulhu piece.Theres something wrong, the darks get darker and the grey get lighter when i post it here...oh well, guess there's still a LOT of work to do
    tell me what you think

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    nice dragon designs,cheers.

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    "yeah, I´m short" hehe, good one.
    nice creatures as everybody mentioned, good lines and that torso sheet is mighty fine

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    Nearly missed this last update! :0 I really dig how the creatures came out man, they're pretty awesome looking. The pic of the creature on the rock is my favorite so far man, like the way he is perched on it. Lots of movement on some of these, looking good. : ) Try doing that sphere study in color, its much more fun! Ciao.

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    Great work with the creatures, mate! The anatomy is really strong! Keep pushing! Cheers, man!

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    great update!

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    Very nice updates again. I especially like the dragon studies. Typical Gnoll-Creature style. Very good.

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    dont know what to say other than: i like.
    need more!

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    thanks guys.
    This is no update, and no replies still.Just wanted to tell ya i'm leaving for my UK holidays tonite, and i'll be back in 20 days or so.That should give me some time to do some sketching, and maybe even meet some UK CA members...

    ciao!

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    Really digging the first set of dragon studies. I love the fish/reptillian qualities, and how it's kind of an unconventional design for a dragon. Very cool.

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    @OldNoobie: thanks Lee, glad ya liked them

    @Camara: thanks man! more colored stuff...i think i've heard that one before lol...WIP

    @SantaClaus: thanks man!

    @enthombed: glad you liked that one i prob should work some more on that one

    @Carnifex: thanks

    @Darkside: thanks

    @Sirio Brozzi: grazie Sirio.Should do more color studies soon.

    @Fellah.: thanks SImon, will do

    @VanDog: thanks!

    @bbwolf: thank Wolf..."typical gnoll style" lol

    @Gerbil Fetus: thanks!

    @Chromosome: thanks man, glad somebody noticed i tried staying away from the usual dragon design cool works in your SB

    hello guys n gals, just got back from my UK holiday yesterday, and here's the sketches.Random doodles, studies from the Hunterian museum (went there with Aph, from the CA boards ) n more shtuff.HAd a great time, enjoyed my stay and i even met koshime

    hope to see more CA.orgers on my next visit

    THis is part 1...more stuff tomorrow

    ciao!

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    nice update man, i especially love the last one!!!

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    missed your updates, thats sure. love the tiger, u did capture his aggressive mood. keep up the good job matte

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    Its nice but try to do more finished stuff and push the contrast more on those pencil renderings, haven't seen all that many finished pieces recently. Srill nice original ideas and loose lines.

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    Wow!!!I missed some awesome updates!!!I love the king and the tiger!!
    GREAT!!

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    Woah that tigeresque thing is badass! Keep rocking the sketches, theres a lot of improvement evident!

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    man! u have a hell of a sb, u have talent and mind..., always bringin' those sick creatures and characters....just keep'em cominnnnnnnn

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    sweet drawings, especially the tiger. on some of the character pieces the hands are the least developed part of the drawings. maybe go back and bring up their level of finish.

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    Great work Ryan !!!

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    awesome work man, I love the guy riding the raptor type thing in the past post. Just keep on workin, nooonnnnnn stooopppp!

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    Hey, nice updates! That last one is begging for some colour

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    replies later, more sketches now

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