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    Wow so many comments

    Skrunchey - I think i know what you mean with playing it safe; it's a good point and you're right about this i think. Thank you very much for your helpful comment, i will try my best to implement your tips!

    Dile - Thank you for the motivation !

    Teh Gosu - I just used the transform -> perspective/distort tool in Photoshop.

    ori - Thank you for the kind words. On my daily job, i work as a barman to pay my bills and be able to study at home

    lema - Thank you I often work from reference for studies and when i don't know how to work further i often use my photo/inspiration folder to get a better idea. But most stuff i post here is without the help of direct ref.

    Calader - Thank you a lot for the great feedback. I will try my best to implement this on my next works. Great stuff on your page btw !

    Here's a little wip and a quick sketch, i'll post some stuff for mystery of albesila soon!

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    love how painterly that mountain enviro is. great colours, spot on brushstrokes. lights in the second one looking cool, especially on the facade and the car/road. thick black lines are distracting me a bit, but real solid work as always.

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    check the Tensai Tokyo Sketch Thread (Sketchbook)

    check the Tensai Cityscapes Thread (Finally Finished)

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    Thanks guys! The first is from ref i found in the environment forum

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    Very good environments. I have just started with it, so it feels good looking though your stuff. Absorbing inspiration, information etc. Thanks for sharing. Looks awesome!

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    The last two are wonderful images - I've seen you in the Deviant Art sci fi section before. From what I've seen there, the pinkish, bright futuristic hues of the sky city environment has transformed into a greener, serene surrounding.

    Keep doing you

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    WHoa keep updating this man! improving quite well!
    Do you use the sharpen filter?

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    Thank you people!

    MurdokX - Yes i usually work bigger, then size down and sharpen things up.

    Here's another quick one from ref and sketches for a new image.

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    man ur amazing, your great fan : )

    By the way how do u do those red lights?

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    lacadam - I'm not exactly sure what you mean... but for little lights i use a small hard round brush, then a bigger soft one with linear dodge or brighter color. I often adjust spacing so i don't have to paint every single light.

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    Nice Atmosphere Dude. I like the unfinished loose quality to the last few posts.

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    Thanks Here's a little more finished...

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    super nice man...very inspiring

    blessings

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    I try to work faster and simpler, study a lot of old paintings and photos

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    So i'm back from holidays with a fresh mind. A little late but a Happy new year and thank you all for the comments and critiques in 2007 !!!
    For 2008, i will try to paint at least 3 sketches a day and post one image every day. Because i was way too lazy the last year and didn't progress much as i wanted... Please feel free to kick me in the ass if i don't work enough. No more laziness and playing too much for 2008 !

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    nice color .nice view. nice the situation of the pic. all the nice . want to see more detail. the fanishion works.

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    Thank you Samantha. Just one pic to post, working on my new homepage takes a lot of time and can get really annoying if you have as good as no html and php knowledge.

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    i love your style, and you improve so quickly~
    nice invironment~ show us more~~~~

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    Amazing works, I can only hope to be as good as you one day.
    There is but one thing that bugs me and thats how much you use the Sharpen filter/brush. The sharpen can have nice textures on some places like wet stone, but it ruins more than it fixes imo.

    "Sadly, most artists prefer to give the elite their attention."
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    your environments are really cool dude! are you going to possibly do a step by step?

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    Gardener - Thank you.
    Pawkfox - I think i got used to that look very quickly, then tend to do things too sharp. I'll remember this, thank you!
    beetleboy - I've already done one (with some text), it will be on my new homepage soon. I'll post the link here when it's finished, i think in one or two days. I think i posted some progress on page 2 as well

    #2 for today, looked through some photos before.

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    Nice improvements! You are doing great, and I really like how you explore both ends of the spectrum on types of environments! If you need any help with your homepage message me and I will try to help out. I am working on a few different sites right now too! keep up the good work!

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    man, all this stuff ver very cool! all those artwork u'd done for 2008? if so - excelent!
    few questions:
    r u an architektor?
    u r emploeyd?
    do u draw peeps or other characters?

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    really nice stuff , fantastic use of colour and environmental perspective.
    I think you should try and vary the compositions a bit more, you tend to use the open vistas a lot which is understandable but introducing more foreground stuff will provide more challenges (because thats the hardest stuff to paint, especially within a larger space)

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    your environments are very inspiring, and i love your use of texture

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    These are some amazing work of art. I'm trying my hands on environments myself, hope I can be as good as yours soon.

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    Skrunchey - Thank you for your help. If i have problems i will contact you, but for now it looks like i can get it to work by myself. But i really appreciate your offer!

    dtr.aty - Only the last posts are from 2008. I'm currently not working as an artist, still a looong way to go. I learned some anatomy, but mostly concentrating on environments. Thank you for your comment!

    EAD - Thanks a lot for the constructive feedback, i will keep that in mind!

    dsg - Thank you

    saturniaus - Thanks!

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    god damn i love your enviro work. The bold sweeping lines in your sketchwork and the crisp colours just hit all of my taste buds.

    one more inspired chappy!

    cheers.

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    fantastic sketchbook you have really inspired me your use of light is brillant and i love the fast unfinished look to your work please post more

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