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    hey mate, some good stuff here. the marine should be fixed a little.. the chestplate and legs should be made a bt more bulkier. (bigger)
    it would help alot

    the Deamon Prince reminded me alot of this artwork. is it being used as a refrence? -just would like to know, since they look alot alike!

    keep em coming mate.
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    @Kischi: thanks man
    @wasker: Thanks a lot for your words
    @Sirio_Brozzi: grazie per il sostegno
    @Hive_Mind: thanks a lot for this image. Now I have a reference for colors, I'm search this image for a while in the web, and finally I worked with some memories of this!!
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    oh by the way.. u should also think of making the shoulder-pads larger on both the marine, and the Deamon Prince
    im looking forward to the update mate.. glad i could help with the pic

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    In this day I left from part the last two character and I did this quick sketch

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    heheheh ZOMBIE PIRATE FROM HEEEEEEELLL

    cool quick sketch, dunno, seems different from your usual stuff...

    ...more?

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    Nice pirate dude, the distorted angle actually adds to his creepiness. more! Ciao.

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    ehehe I'm happy to see that this bad guy like you friends. I hope to draw more than this last days!
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    I like the marine guy with the gun, I wouldn't mind if have a more aggressive expression to show he means business. Scary zombie pirate, even scarier with no brows!

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    I really like your facial lighting studies. : )

    Really creepy Pirate. : )

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    the legs looks a bit awkward on the marine, thought the monster looks good, but you might want to consider getting rid of the upward points on the toes of his boots.



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    Thanks a lot for your support friends and for suggestions.
    This morning I decide to study the pastels and I start this lady portrait
    C&C welcome

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    still early for C&C imho, but as i told ya looks pretty good to me.I had the feeling the face was a tad asimmetric, but looks ok anyway....no exams for you in this period right?

    so get to work!

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    Thanks for the support Gnoll
    Little update of the new study

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    looking good so far but I think the chin is too much to her left.



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    ehehe yes I see the error, but as you know with pastels is hard to correct this.
    This is the finished study I hope like you friends

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    Been busy I see. I really like this one. http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1171229759
    Really great pirate sketch. Would like to see a full character for this one.

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    Because of the small details , I'm assuming that you are using soft pastel pencils. If you are, a kneaded eraser or blu-tack should be able to pick up most of the color pigments so you can apply a clean new layer. If I am mistaken and oil pastel is used, then ignore this post .



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    I have understood the last job dont' like you, I pass beyond ehehehe!
    While I wait for my supper, I did this quick sketch

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    hehehehe yeah i like this one more than the last one, looks promising

    keep us updated

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    good work on the foreshortening



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    ehehe this is another scrible of an head side view, like the last sketch is a quick drawing in this boring day

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    great stuff dream, you're awesome. Keep up the awesome work. I really like the last one, and the great texture from the paper.

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    Er, last color on I mean, =P

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    Ciao Dream, missed the last update, but I have to say, really nice work on those pastels, shows some real potential if you keep practicing it. The colors are really rich and nice, reminds me alot of church pieces. That last update with the heads was good, really liked the one with the high angle, turned out really interesting, good for conveying that evil look. :3 Keep it up dreamer, ciao :1

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    hehehe secondo te sono giorni brutti per disegnare, ma per quanto mi riguarda gli ultimi schizzi a matita sono venuti bene

    keep 'em comin!

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    @Hyptosis: thanks a lot for your words
    @Sirio_Brozzi: thanks for the support mate. I will make some more studies with pastels for learn to use this painting technique.
    @TheGnoll: ehehe grazie
    I start to sketch this genovese squire

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    Hi to all.I have carried ahead my last drawing with more details

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    hehehe i still think this guy's shoulders are too wide, but the rest looks pretty good to me
    draw more! update more!

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    I like the pastel study. The flat tones make the colors pop out. I don't like using pastel myself, because so messy.

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    Nice work on the armor dream, although it seems to lose detail near the bottom (legs). Nice sketch. Ciao.

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