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December 6th, 2006 #53Registered User
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I think I like your self-portrait the most, I like the mood it captures.
I especially love seeing work that has been sketched out then digitally colored, does something for my eyes and feels very solid.
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Heya Beelow! Nice nice stuff ya got inhere! I like the enviros especially. This latest revisited one and the tree-house look awesome. So I've gotten my hands on the information that we'll fight to the death in the Art school vs self taught draw off! This'll be a great heap o' fun, I like your stuff alot. Big chanse that I will be wooped, cry, then drink som milk. Yes, that is what will probably happen. So yeah good luck! Well, seya!
December 12th, 2006 #55Registered User
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December 12th, 2006 #56
Some of those environments are damn good. I really really like the giiiiannt tree, it almost gives me vertigo. Your ideas behind your pieces are unique and inspiring. I can see your digi painting is coming along well too, dont stop updating!
December 14th, 2006 #57
kallisti- I tend to have the most trouble with doing pencil sketches and then doing then up digitally. hehe. I always want to stay true to my sketches. Thanx for the kind words! XD
Orifice-Thanx for dropping by dude! Yeah I seen your sketchbook and I am suprised that I have to match up with ya. It looks like I got my hands full as well. I see that your character works is far superior than mines and you top me on color. So I am going to have to pull a hat trick or something to win against the mighty Oriface!!! Thanx for the kind words and don't worry about the comments in the TD thread. I like to talk a bunch of crap and have a bit of fun with the other guys and gals there!
designboot- Thanx designboot! Your support has been great dude. I am glad that you stop by often dude. Yeah perspective is fun, I have the biggest issues with figures though hehe!
Mr Man- I am glad that my work is unique, that is a first! XD It puts a smile on my face that you think that. I always thought that was a problem that I have had was my originality. It makes me smile even more that my work is inspiring to you as well! You just boosted my ego a bit hehe! Yeah I will continue to update, fa sho! Thanx for stopping by!
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December 15th, 2006 #60
Nothing to critic I'm dam impressed by your skills
to create enviros, just keep polishing away!! http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1166176560
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December 20th, 2006 #61
December 25th, 2006 #62
thanks for coming by the SB beelow, and you crits are much appreciated thanks! i will keep them in mind!
you have some really nice stuff in here, really like your line confidence and those toned paper sketches, clean!
keep em coming!
December 27th, 2006 #63
Hey Beelow awesome sketchbook! I'm really enjoying the imagination and the wide variety of subjects in here.
I really don't have any general crit I'm afraid, but if you're looking for opinions on specific issues, I'd glad to help in anyway.
Just a question, did you have to use a ruler when you draw this one?
December 31st, 2006 #64
Act.Appalled-Oh your welcome dude, I remember your body of work, just keep practicing, you see I am doing so myself. I have my issues as well but I am getting there to where I a bit more satisfied with what I do, but it als
JERI-Both. I did some ruler to set a base grid for vanishing points and just relied on my confidence in my hand for the rest of it. It still took a bit long to do. probably 3 to 4 hours of work! Oh feel free to share some of those issues dude, I still think that my designs are a bit uninteresting. So any cool ideas help dude!
Here is my update...
January 1st, 2007 #65