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    the art of Eric Telfort

    hey guys this are some concepts I've been working on, they are a little more on the finished side. I am trying to get better using photoshop for the gaming industry. Im mostly an oil painter. any comments would be appreciated. I have a strong heart.
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    here is another two[IMG]the art of Eric Telfort[/IMG]

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    and another[IMG]the art of Eric Telfort[/IMG]

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    would it be possible to see some of the oil paintings? these look alright to me.

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    Welcome!

    Really nice presentations, I like the layout!
    Try not to use the same in every picture, make on for each (I believe you have material for it )

    The first one you posted (I think I'm missing one of your pictures, I'm talking about the yellow robot here) seems to be a bit simple, but with really nice light. I'm not sure if his mouth is in his belly, but you might want to try to make him abit more "original" before calling it a concept. It's a nice piece!
    Second one is great, I didn't notice his second pair of arms at first
    I thought you had made his upper left arm veery weird.
    Third one looks best imo. Really nice lights.

    I'm not sure what you're doing with the [IMG] tags, but they appear around your pictures. PM if you want me to help you.

    keep posting!

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    Hurray oil paints! The transition's weird, isn't it? More like painting with acryllic. The first two images aren't showing up for me, so I won't be commenting on those. The golem's pretty fantastic, no harsh crits there aside the fact that the second figure isn't finished. I almost wish you wouldn't put it in though - compositionally it seems more interesting just with the golem.
    Concerning the next piece, the guy with four arms. Watch the interaction of the lower left (our lower left, his lower right) arm with the cape. I'm basing this off the other arm, and I'm assuming there's an arm band around the forearm. The color's very similar to the cape tone, and the two meld. Otherwise, figure's fantastic. The reg-green interaction you have between the hood and the fleshtones is glorious.
    The last one doesn't look to be as close to finished as the others. The pose is very stoic and rigid. I thoroughly enjoy the armor and the path of light on said armor, but it doesn't really transfer onto the head effectively, pushing it back and giving it a more detached feel. I have a feeling that when this one's finished, detail-wise it'll be my favorite.
    Great work. Keep it up!

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    I like your concepts (my fav is the green dude in the second post), but the border you put around them is reeeeeeally distracting to me. My eye goes straight to the bright white and lines, even when I'm trying to concentrate on the piece.

    I dunno what you're doing with the IMG posts, but the first two in your first post come up as Xs for me.

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