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    lookin good there white c!!!!!

    love your concepts and great colors!! cant wait to see some great improvements from you!!

    thanks for stopping by my sb!! you should come back sometime

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    alchemy is a vector based software, really easy to use and free
    try it out
    http://al.chemy.org/download/


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    Nice concepts and art. The colors of the cityscape in post 270 are beautifull. Remember the game MDK? Kinda like that. Something very mysterious and ominous about them. Good job

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    Thanks y'all !!
    Hilbruks: yeah the design for that game was pretty slick, the girl with the big black helm right ?

    hmm not much to show, spent like 2 hours on this guy then stopped when i realized how much it sucked. Was an experiment I guess ~ Skin shadows are way to dark.

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    now thats a creepy smile ><! nice work man, keep it up

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    It doesn't suck. I like the concept and colors.
    I would be only careful with using too much pure white especially very early beacause later it's hard to push the form. It's good to stay in that middle range for as long as possible.

    Keep going .

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    Sweet! I like it. Though, as I have been told way to many times, lay off the blacks and pure whites. Though it looks awesome. I love the feel and colours. Is that painter or photoshop?

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    That's some really good stuff buddy!!

    You're getting better by the minute, it's amazing. The NAD days seem really far away

    Your strength really seem to be in your paintings. I have to agree with what some people said though, your work could benefit from using less pure whites/blacks and picking more selectively your areas of pure darkness/light. The highest contrasts draw the eye instantly and when they're all over the place, I am starting to feel like you are not consciously guiding the viewer to the area where you want him to go. In your last painting for instance, I was instanlty attracked to the fur around the hoodie, is that where you want us to look at?

    Hey, good luck bro... draw eat draw eat draw... hah!

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    great stuff as usual
    tu travailles fort et sa parrait!!!
    la ville avec les lumieres bleues et roses a une super atmosphere !

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    Very cool work mang!! Great SB!

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    quickies

    Hey !!! some nice feedback on the last one, thanks everyone for the crit ~

    D@niel: Thank you, im a big fan of yours
    Vorace: Pas asser , je devrais me mettre sur le bs pour pouvoir dessiner tout le temp hehehe , faut que je travail serieusement mes pencil.
    Gabe: Thanks mate T'as raison, je pense pas asser a ses choses la quand je paint, trop obseder par le rendering Quand est ce quon boi ?!
    Hivemind : Yup i will try ^^
    Favrus : Thanks man, i agree, i need to get more volumes using dark tones first and make things pop with higher values.
    Callops: ^^
    thanks

    heres some quickies, 15 min studies done during lunch eating the same crappy sandwich each day , i do them to get better with color and to discover new use for some brushes.. And the 2 last ones are quickies from mind, boring subject but again i focused too much on the color and rendering and not enough on the design.

    Have a nice day/night ~

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    nice environments, i love the red flowers field one, really striking. good work man

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    the b/w forest is my favorite!

    though i wish the curvy tree on the right was a tad wider at the base

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    great enviros mate, love the b/w forest too
    post more!

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    really good studies, dude! the colors look great.
    I think the castle in the background on your last could use a liiittle bit more contrast, but they look really good.
    and do another of those cool bots once in a while

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    The environment studies are so beautiful...the snow is amazing.

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    thanks everyone, no time to reply , time to get drunk ~

    1 hour study and 2 quickies done in 5 mins, that palette knife brush is great.

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    I love that snow covered mountain that's in your second to last post.

    I'd love to see more stuff like that.

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    nice nice nice , like the robotics

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    nice enviros man I mean those are hot
    completely legit 5 stars, i like the the snow one in particular, the values are sweet
    thanks for sharing
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    yay, ace enviros mate nice using of brushes and color, keep up the good work!
    the first quickie needs more attention on the focal point,which suppose to be the rock in the center,juts a little bit more rendering won't be extra

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    Hey. Thanks for writing in my sketchbook.

    I like those last landscape studies. You seem to consciously play with brush stroke direction to contrast different parts of picture (which is good).

    http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1233704671 - This one is my favourite study. You can really look at the detail for long time beacause there are many different types of shapes and edges single small part.

    Nothing to crit really. Just keep doing these. It will pay off very fast.

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    Nice environments and super fast huh!?
    I really like the image with the wood house.

    Cheers,

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    the invironmant is good done :3 great using of colors
    cool works ^-^ keep it up!

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    Ouais y'est sick ton sketchbook! Inspirant, beaucoup d' effort, un bon kick dans l' derriere! lol Toi puis Vorace faites honneur a MTL sur CA. Faut que je m' y mettre pour representer aussi!

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    hey really like that last robot thingy you painted

    http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1233101117

    any chance of showing me how you get those sharp lines? or is it all in the wrist?

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    Thanks for the replies everyone and for the feedback !Im really tired tonight, had too much alcool yesterday, and still havent eat, so I apologize for not replying to everyone.. anyway I dont post around a lot lately, not enough hours in a day.
    My57, its not in the rist its in the software, i used the lasso tool in Alchemy

    So hmmmm random stuff !!!! will scan some stuff later too.. Workign a lot one my pencil these days at home ( even if its at a level im not proud of ) And those paintings were done during lunch time at work.

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    photoshop sketchpages, always fun

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    seems you having a lot of fun these days , nice work buddy, like the smoker guy reminds me of me lol

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