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    love your work

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    Everything is already said above here! And still I want to tell you.. GREAT JOB!
    There is just one thing the realy bothers me.. his sword is in his left hand... This could be a possibility because he is left handed but most of the people are righthanded. So his sword has to be in his right hand. More control and force in your best hand. But still you can cover your mistake like " yeah I know it was on purpose because the guy is left handed!"

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    TOO FKN GOOD! everything from the style to the character concept, maaaaaaaan!

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    insane visions : thanks man! really glad you like it. When will you post new stuff?

    Kei-th : thanks, but, what's wrong with left handed people?

    stute : thank you

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    m@. what program do you use? In my opinion this is excellent as a piece of work, I really like it. Especially the way some objects appear loose on detail, and then some areas have that extra bit of detail which really suits the composition quite well, drawing the eye in, which makes a picture that more interesting. The rendering of the natural areas to the right is top notch!

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    glynn james , thanks!

    new speed paint that I feel worthy to be in that section


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    Great work, m@. Very well executed.

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    sweeeeeeet!

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    Both pictures are great M@

    Might be a good idea to try adding exteme foreground elements.

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    I love the color, atmosphere and mood in both. Just a question though (in the second one)—is the front tower with the flames coming out round or octagon? If round it looks like the ellipses are off a bit (the football ellipse syndrome). Of course for a speedpaint maybe it doesn't matter. Anyway, great work!

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    Fucking frenchies.


    They seem to inject you with talent right after birth.
    Fucking great work.
    You should be proud of yourself.


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    Talking

    cognition.sb : thanks!

    Wolfbane : thank you

    Andrewley : thanks for stopping by! glad you like em. I guess you're right again , that would add another layer of depth.

    Ron : thanks. Well I don't really know, I wanted it kinda circly but I've drawn it rather octogonal wince I slapped a straight texture on the front.

    Marko Djurdjevic : hey thanks a lot man, means a lot coming from you! I don't really know what frenchies have but I can assure you not ALL french people have it

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    That's some hot painting. Can't wait to see what you can pull out for the T-Dome.

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    Really wonderful work, both of them.

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    M@, I've been folowing your work for a while now. I just love how rich and deep the atmosphere is in your paintings.

    -JK

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    koroshiya001 : thanks! can't wait either ;p

    nethus : thank you!

    James Kei : hey thanks for stopping by man. Glad you like em.

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    f@ck dude! It's obvious that you're working on your rock and mountain skills lately! Very eye catchy mate. Keep on rocking! Nothing to crit!

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    I agree with Marko...French artists blow me away with their skills. I wonder what the art community is like there.

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    damn awesome work, this last one rocks even harder than the last one!

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    Damn, you should create a tutorial or process series for this style. I must learn from my opponent.

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    next to the Ubi guys you're my favorite speed painter on the boards. Keep it up.

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    These are simply beautiful, though very smeared at some parts it holds up perfectly and sets a ver mellow mood. I would love to see a step by step how you achieved some of your speedpaint's.
    And you portfolio site is even more impressive, got the urge to speedpaint like never before.

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    superb work!

    If those are speed paintings, id love to see what you can do with say....20+ hours worth of work

    Question: What DPI do you usually start off at?

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    Very very nice work for a speed paint!

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    Love that early winter morning atmosphere on the last one, and i hate how simple you can make it look. Yeah, it's making me kinda jealous. One crit i have is with the watchtower in foreground, it seems to have some perspective issues, but that may just be me.

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    speedpaint? how long did it take? great job! very atmospheric (if this is the right english word..)

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    nice nice!

    And there is nothing wrong with left handed persons! My mother is lefthanded! But most of the people are right handed so it looked a bit strange in my eyes
    I am probably the only one around here!

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    I think the flame would have more effect on the wall and the lip of the torch, but other than that it looks fantastic, as you-zhu-all!!!

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    great stuff you have here, post more!

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    reeeeeeeally nice job!

    i imagine some guys flying in grifins (hell, i don't know how is the correct type... winged beast, eagle-head lion-body, gryph, dunno) when i look at the 2nd one.

    ps.: please, sorry about my english
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