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    Rob-ot... my first sketch book!

    NEW ART on the last page!

    there are few colored pieces in here but mostly thumbnails and WIP type studies/sketches - I will try to post the finshed peice as well!

    I hope you enjoy - I look forward to any and all crits!!


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    very solid and energetic. but you know that i guess. tough to crit at this point. its looking good. if you keep on posting more work and crit other peoples work, i think youll recieve loads of comments here as well.

    love it!

    by the way, welcome...

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    tensai - thanks for the feedback!

    I was just looking at your sketch book - very nice, love your use of color..... and the shoe design, my personal fav - truely awesome!

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    All I can say is that perhaps the colored rendering could be refined, but dude, love your vehicle and envo. work. =) Keep it coming.

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    hey there! good work!

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    I like the vehicles. Nice.

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    you're the reason I watch the DSG right now.

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    your drawing skills are good imo but you GOT to stop using lensflare effects.. it makes things look cheap.

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    Good stuff, environments and vehicles look good. Work on the colours a bit more. Very nice perspective. Keep it up and posted, you have goodies here

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    thanks for all the great feedback!

    I look forward to intigrating a lot of your thoughts going forward - expecailly the lens flare, definately a poor choice in hindsight!

    regarding "refining my color renderings" - I would like to, but I am not really sure how to go about it yet.... after see a lot of the great works on this site I realize my colors and lighting really could use some help...my work is defiantely flat in comparison.

    I think one of my challenges right now is that I am left handed and trying to render my line drawings with my right hand using a mouse.... i feel constricted within my lines..... I want to attempt a painting of the airfield and define all the forms without lines.....

    also a challenge is I have no experience in painiting!!....however I am in the process of buying a wacom tablet and plan to teaching myself... if anybody know of good books, tutorials, or examples - please share!!

    any additonal suggestions or cirts would be much appreciated!

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    thumb nails for large enviro. rendering.... once I get the tanks and robots/poeple worked out I want to render it with really dramatic lighting - cutting across the troop formation and tanks....the drill sergent is unrelated and will probably be left as thumbnail!!

    about an hour - mech. pencil

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    fantastic work

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    setmonkey - thanks!

    started to work out some proprtions on the tank....

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