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    guys, you are really motivating me to push my stuff , seriously.. encouragement is always nice,please dotn hesitate to give constructive crits. i really want to improve as much as i can.
    zweiDee: thanks

    Chupacabra: thanks man, your art is great, i visit your SB often i really like your stuff, thanks for dropping.

    Gerbil Fetus: Hey thanks, glad yopu like it, it was a gift for my GF mother , i printed it and framed it, its now in her living room woot woot, yes shes special lol.

    Jie Kageshinzo The sea/beach landscape ?? I used a regular round brush with pressure set on size, at either 60% opacity or 100% opacity. But usually i use a couple of different brush for painting, and another set to add texture to stuff. If you talk about the other landscape with the mountain, i used a brush with a tuip shape, hard on one side, and blurry on the other, i think its from m@'s brushes.

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    brentos8: Hiope you are right lol,, ill drop a comment on your SB once you add more stuff to it

    Oranje Joe: thanks hey heyyyy

    Udpate later probably, until then... alchool time =D

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    experimenting

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    quickies from today, kinda like this brush for roughing out shapes, then small airbrush to do the details.

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    hey man, god lord the underwater dragon is soooooo cool at this rate i cant imagine how much u will continuously improve. soo keep it up!

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    Thanks Callops =)


    Ok so i spent like 2 hours on this painting , i like it but... i realize that i always do the same composition with the same light direction, i need to try new things. And some scribbling while at work, observations while doodlings trying to fix things in my head. I may try fully rendered pencil character soon... but i feel i need more anatomy study and such first.

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    =,=

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    Wow, I love that most recent one, just fantastic!! Took the time to look through the rest of your book here and awesome stuff dude, look forward to seeing more, I'll be watching for sure!

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    Thanks mate !
    I did this speedpainting today during lunch, 1 hour of work. Took the previous desert picture to begin with a '' textured'' background, played with brush and textures until i saw something interesting and began adding highlights in overlay, then i retouched and adjusted the contrast at the ebd. I dont like to use blending modes or auto levels too much, i feel i should be able to work without them if i improve my coloring and light knowledge.
    Oh hum, i didnt use the attachement manager for this one, i was a bit over the size and i couldnt resize it from home, i hope the bandwith wont fuck up.

    SB, random experimental updates *,,*

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    wow, very nice.

    it is better to have sketched and sucked than to never have sketched at all.

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    nice work man ! keep kicking it !

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    Sweet man! Your environments are just kewl and you got a great control with your line work and brush strokes. Just keep hitting some anatomy studies and you will be set. Greetings and cool work again!

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    Killer enviros dude! An the creature and character thumbs are hawt. On the previous page, that piece with the skull and the cat is awesome, nice, nice brushwork and lighting! Love it! Hmm, get into skintones maybe? Like this: http://www.furiae.com/index.php?view=gallery <- check the tutorials.

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    Red , black, white !

    Thanks eveyone !!
    algenpfleger, Nice link you got there thanks a lot

    So well, just for the kick of updating, i fooled around in photoshop before leaving work. Random heads, a bit cartoony and rushed i know.. i dont why but i dont like spending too much time rendering these days ;P I kinda liked the emotion of the colored one tho.

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