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    Robo speed paint and Monster WIP

    well jsut trying to brush up on my wacom painting stuff.. havent really tried it much but i want to get good at it hah..

    so heres liek a 25 min speed paint
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    color compliments are the main thing i wanna be able to get real good with when doing these.. which as of now .. barely have any knowledge of yet. ha




    and if you guys have any suggestions.. im trying to get this monster really detailed..
    Robo speed paint and Monster WIP
    if ya got any suggestions about like cool lighting styles or.. cool textures i could try to make tell me please haha.. i kidna wanna add another color in the mix of this too. but im always too cautious of adding new colros .. i dont know which work rigth ever thanks

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    Hey, I remember you from the Aquabats message board. My name there was AstroJim, not likely you'd remember me, but I recall being very impressed by the work you posted on there a long time ago.

    But anyway, I think these pieces look great so far. I'm terrible at speedpainting so I'm not really qualified to provide much constructive criticism, but if I may make a suggestion regarding the color compliments, they could probably stand to blend with the structure a little better - some of the light blue ones seem a bit sharp in comparison to the rest of the piece, and thus they draw more attention than they probably should. But overall both pieces have great form and shading. Makes me wish I could speedpaint like that.

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    hey yeah i think i remmeber you.. that name soudns very familiar.. but thanks man!.. yeah i know what youre saying.. i realized that too hah thanks

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