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    finished lil fella
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    love his boney, skinny hand a lot. The pencil ones seem to have more detail than the digital ones, but maybe its just the designs.. Anyway, i like those a lot, especially the hattet guy with the tentacles comin outta his belly in post #1 cus of his off, but fso funny pose and expression
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    Very nice,especially pencil drawings!
    (yes that tree guy really rules ^^ )
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    Very cool stuff! I like your pencils works and your painting style, very good job.
    Keep more updates
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    you got some badass stuff, id write more but im in a rush!, *i was the dude w/ the mohawk at hemlock!*
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    Awesome character designs!!

    The only suggestion I might say is to play around with the sharpness/definition of subjects in your environments to emphasis relative distance. In particular is your mountain environment in post #12. As of the moment, I feel the village is too sharp and defined and the rocks closest to us blurry in comparison.

    just my two cents, love to see more updates.
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    nuki, Blaz, Dreamworker, and veedubb- Thanks! Now that I'm back at my computer I'll probably be updating more often

    JERI-Good idea, there's a good chance that I will go back into that one again and try and push some more atmosphere in there also

    In the meantime, here is an earlier piece that I reworked
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    Your linework is loverly! I really like the rocky landscape sketches and the one of the macho moustached guy. Your coloured works are very good too. My crit would be to try to be more subtle with your strokes, and to try to erase the outlines. Compensate the outlines for added highlight, really bright highlight to bring parts forward.

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    amer-nazi-Thank you very much! I'm trying to eliminate the outlines and the black in my work, just gonna keep experimenting with different approaches until something sticks I guess.
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    Couple new pieces, followed by a couple of life drawings from the SF workshop
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    awesome update, your best pieces yet. The second one is too good and I would like to see an entire world of him. In other news, every piece that has rocks in it is cool, so go draw more rocks.
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    Chaos Marine I painted yesterday...gotta love Warhammer
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    Couple recent characters I've done, plus an art test for N ival Online.I feel like some stuff has finally started to click for me.
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