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    Fun stuff, no doubt! Your pencils are killer, would like to see some more deep shadows. And I'm loving those color pieces, keep workin those compliments. Awesome work man!


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    I'm not hating on that environment, it looks great. Continue to push the darks with the pencils.
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    some wonderful imagination you have.......

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    Update plz!!

    Love ur last envirement (how do u spell it?)
    and this one http://artotter.com/Forums/Pointy%20Bishop.jpg

    A little crit, in your last post all the heads were kind of similar. I dont know if it was intentional, but otherwise id like to see more variation

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    Andy P, well... I haven't quite worked up some deep shadows yet, but I am using a lot more graphite on these latest pages.

    armando, cool, I am glad you like it - I think I will add some foreground element to it to help tie the scene together and place the viewer into the image.

    VeSeljak, thanks for taking a look.

    Lewis, naw, it isn't intentional for the heads to look alike, it's just habit.

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    Went back to older painting, and polished her up some.

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    Another... with TEXTCHA!

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    Even more sweet updates. Cool dude. Do more of these coloured ones, i like them a lot. And i also like that landscape that u made in PS...very neat, and well chosen colours.

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    Damn, you didn't get any replies yesterday? Haterism. Purple haired chick kinda looks like Wynona Ryder. It has some charm but is a little too stiff in the arms, they're set at close to 90 degrees and the contours are pretty much just a straight line. Ugly giant with sword, or ugly guy with little sword, haha, great job with that one.
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    yo dude, doing good with the progression. yeah, it would be nice to see you play with different value ranges: all lows, all middles, all highs. purple-hair chick's pose...try it. uncomfortable, right? her right arm (left side of the page) should be bent the opposite way, with her upper arm going straight down her torso and her elbow close to her ribcage; thats a more natural pose. one thing ive been doing recently that helps when i draw from imagination is to first try the pose i want to draw, and then draw from what i feel, so that i can get a sense of what kinds of poses are natural and what kind are awkward and unnatural for people to do. the texturized samurai dude has nice lighting on his shoulder and his face, but i think the emphasis on his face and the blurriness of his forearm holding the sword pushes back his arm, and you lose the depth relationship of his arm to his face; watch out for that next time. again, like the progression of your digital works; keep on workin hard dude. peace.
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    Nice pencils! Love the last two digitals, too. For some of your pencil pages, you seem to be giving your guys overly-short legs, though. It doesn't look so bad with the dude with the wicked knife, but for the alien and the guy with the long hair, it's a little distracting, since they're otherwise slenderish.

    Love the texture on that last digital, though.

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    nice smooth stuff. My favourite by far is the fish-man in post 16. Keep it up your definately getting there.

    I sense a rockwell influence in your expressive portraits?

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    T-Raktor, thanks mate.

    armando, yeah I'm thinking the same thing, very Winona-like. That there's a smallish goblin with a little blade.

    purb36, those tips help, thanks - and I think the other problem with the arm/jaw relationship is the coincidental line of the lower edge of the jaw and the upper edge of the arm.

    Fellah. thanks a lot!

    LoTekK, hmmm, what to do, what to do? I'll watch those legs.

    Form, I think there is some Rockwell influence, but moreso just a general influence of the whole gang of illustrators from the 40's and 50's. I'm not sure what it is, though, but it is a nice thing to say.

    Here are a few more follow throughs on some of the earlier drawings... they were faster sketches initially, but I felt like filling them in a little bit more.

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