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    These are nice man! =0

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    very nice ! [:

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    Looks good man :] .. maybe add a focal point or a more detailed so my eyes can rest on ? .. other than that ees gooood !

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    beautiful paintingS, and thank you for the demo. Great SB!

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    Good stuff as usual. From looking at your study video and the ones done without reference, I think the small sticking point is that there isn't the sample simplified hierarchy of forms relative to distance/focus in your non-ref ones. Since you're responsible for making up the whole lot, you can visualize all the details, so I think you might be breaking things up more than you need to. I have the same problem when working from memory or without reference with my watercolors, I always have to fight the the temptation to add more visual information than would be discernible in a real object to the naked eye. I'm not sure if this is the issue with your environments but maybe it's something to think about. They already look great.

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    Hey buddy, good to hear you're feeling better! Nice little batches of work, figure drawings look good and your imagination drawings are getting stronger. Great environments too! I can't wait to see some videos from you.
    Also, your pencil tones are looking nice, push some more values into them though, they have the potential for absolute greatness!

    Keep it up!

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    I've come to complain about last nights treatment, them balls was not fundled with enough! .... as if.

    Your work is inspiring man, keep giving me something to reach for and thanks for the visit!


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    I love the sky in the 2nd one. great texture

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    those enviros are awesome buddy. very nice work!!

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    algenpfleger: thanks for stoppin' by!
    snobbyOo: thanks (:
    danielC: i see i see focal point...argh
    mike butkus: u said that last time...u really ARE an art robot
    aedman: thanks...I don't really understand what u said fully, but I will try to keep thinking about it!
    AustenFM: thanks man! pencil tones...booo yeah I am still pretty lazy with the pencils. Rendering is so hard with pencil, u make one small error and have to start all over
    DefiledVisions: hum hum not fondled enough you say? I will have to fix that! Reach for??? what are u talking about
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    I really like those latest little ones, mmmmm, lush colors

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    Beautiful paintingS, and thank you for the demo. Great SB! Beautiful paintingS, and thank you for the demo. Great SB! Beautiful paint............................................. .................
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    Was talking about your sense of colour and the quality of your work. I suck at enviros, you just make it seem so easy.


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    Love the enviro studies, simply great!!

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    Im sure you've heard the words painterly and classical before in regards to your recent paintings. Keep it up, you'll go far.

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    dave: thanks~ almost as lush as the colors in your heart.
    mike butkus: hahhaaha that made my day
    defiled visions: moooooo mooooo it's just studies thanks man!
    Delmar: thanks! yeah I will be doing LOTS more environment studies...I know I needs them
    lolbbq: I am trying to approach them like a painting, I am glad it doesn't just look like poop! I know my first few attempts sure did!

    so I was doing another character one white, and then I decided to ghetto-blast in a background...and then I basically just ended up with this haphazard crap. I need to learn to just plan AHEAD.... do a GOOD drawing, and then render everything up at one time together...WHEN WILL I LEARRRNNNnnn...

    I also had some monitor panicking with my friend today...I fucking hate monitors so much...it terrifies me to think of what this might look like on some of your monitors!
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    I don't have it in my head that you have been studying the enviros, but here they are, so I am amending that part of my brain structure to gimme better-structured understandings. They're great. Inspiring. What are those... oils? I am most envious (and hope-filled)! Now... That part where you were getting frustrated has, I suspect, a lot to do with this sentence: "I didn't really have a clear focus in mind..." You are clearly able to technically achieve, or approximate, whatever scenes you might have in mind. The thing is, although you can certainly sometimes find things in random scrapes and blobs, they will not generally organize themselves... Just DECIDE what you are gonna shoot for, and then you can certainly diverge from that as your mind starts playing and creating on its own.

    Great stuff! God... I'm so hungry for enviro skills like yours.

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    your presence disturbs the force

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    Love those enviros a lot. Thank you for sharing the process, maybe some day I'll be able to use textured brushes as efficient as you to get the desired effect Keep em coming.

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    william b hand: yeah I am studying envirooooooonments~ They are all done in PS, I have some small oil paintings [landscapes] I'm working on, but I haven't taken pictures yet...they are much simpler looking than these [none of that excessive texture from custom brushes. I think you are right, to an extent about the focus. Basically I feel I don't have a good enough library in my head to do very successful images from mind yet. I was talking with Dave Rapoza [Mr. Delicious] about this, and I have been really lazy about studying in general. I really need to get my shit together if I don't want to be mediocre forever. If you are hungry, I will look forward to seeing your studies!!
    Aveh: Do I have a twin sister somewhere????????? D: D:
    thirdeye: thanks man! I wouldn't have gotten to where I am if other people didn't share their processes, so I'm just trying to give back what little I can. When I first started studying these enviros, I was strugglin' sooooooo hard, and askin' tons of people about how they worked the environments up.
    rayk [pavel elagin] and bumskee were ridiculously helpful to me. I also watched Whit Brachna's environment speedpainting video, and that was especially helpful.



    I'm up visiting my friend dave rapoza [freelance illustrator, all around badass]. These are some photos I took out on a walk while staying at his place.

    For those of you who don't know, dave does a livestream every morning at 9am EST. He does studies/personal work and talks about anything you ask. I was a [not very] special guest this weekend during his streams: http://www.crimsondaggers.com
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    I actually liked the stream even more when you were around. It was a lot of fun!

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    Nice works on those environments, working on those myself also. For the ones in your head, try to have a focal point so we can rest them eyes, thanks.

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    digging those environment studies devin! although they're all on the same PSD, roughly, how big would u say each one is? :3 anyways, just keep up the awesome work you've been producing (^-^d)

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    Wow, daves surrounding area is really serene. Looks incredibly empty too.

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    I really enjoyed watching your process Devin. Seeing an artist work is always so helpful. Great updates as well.. I love your work.

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    Haha, that entire post was about streams, word and picture-wise. I'm sure you don't need me to tell you you do great work, but you do! And please stop licking my eyeballs, I have to wake up early tomorrow morning.

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    loathsome: thanks! I had a lot of fun doing the streams with dave!
    knarf: thanks, I will keep that in mind!
    teapo: they're like 1000 pixels wide or so. I'll attach a 'fullsize' one. I work t hem up at 50-66.7% and neer zoom into 100%
    metalfingers: yeah, it's a really great place if you can go out and enjoy it. I went on that walk alone because dave and chelsea were too busy with work still got some good photos, lookin' forward to going back and going hiking before all the snow goes away.
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    jparilla: I am glad that it helped you out! I'm working on doing a char/creature process speedy vid...I think they're really cool to watch, but I'm easily amused.
    gogojojo:i'm glad u noticed

    here's a [almost] fullsize version of those enviro studies I'm doin...I haven't filled the page yet
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    I love that last painting, and what a beautiful place to live!

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    AWESOME blue screen dude.

    Lovin the enviros!

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