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    But woah the 3h payed of - this is f***'n awesome!!
    I really love the mood.
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    that's a really cool concept, nice lighting too. i really need to practice my pencils, or inking, or whatever too, but i guess the same goes for everybody right? The process is quite endless.

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    The last post is absolutely brilliant!!!!
    I am looking for something which can help me build up my style, and I think this scene combined both orientate and west style (The light of the digital display board is wonderful!)which is just I want. Your characters are awesome as well, though I hope you can post more female characters, especially sketches.

    Anyway, thanks for inspiring!!!
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    Wow awsome stuff. I'm loving the pencils as well as the digital man. Especially the moods you are creating with these environments. I think you just need to tidy up your line work with the pencils a tiny bit and they'll be pretty solid.

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    kischi - thanks alot, glad you like'em
    GusTheRobot - thanks , and about the process yeah it's endless but it's fun, at least when it's moving at good speeds
    UnSharpened - I'm glad to be of any help, and good luck with the design I'll be curious to see it when it's done
    spazazo - tnx, he he, about the cleaning, maybe it's not "a bit", but more likely "a lot", anyway I'll try to heed your advice

    here's another one, it again shows how inconsistent I am, this is something with which I'm starting to study a bit more in depth some classical palletes, I promise that I'll also finish the previous things I started(the shipyard, and the creature series)
    Maybe later I'll add some more background info on the character...
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    great job calader ive always been a fan of your work!! keep it up!!

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    Thanks mate!
    Here's yesterdays's sketch, I decided it's time to give all the single character sketches a rest(I'm starting to repeat myself alot with those), and seriously move on to more complex compositions and illustrations, so I'll be trying to sketch those much more often. Next time I'll probably try lower angle.
    I hope to here some comments and critics for that one.
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    aw man those two dudes look like they totally hate eachother. sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet
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    Mr.Delicious - that's just the right description(actually they love each other, but unfortunately tha black guy and his gang, suspect the white one for stealing their candies, so the're just about to give him a friendly brawl..."damn those candies hurt my theeth, and I'm so pissed off because they are so nice and I'm not giving'em so easily")
    ...anyway I got carried away here's more, finally I managed to get myself into a combo )). The firs one is crap, its not fun having your view position exactly at the same level as the battling chars, they look so innocent just like having a frendly training and some chat ;P...I need more extreme angles I guess to have a nice action scene(extreme high or low, I thing the previous one kinda worked)...so here's what I tried next...
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    ...each one took me about 2-3 hours(maybe some more on some) based on pencil thumnail, I tryed to keep them loose and rough, I'll try to make some more, and than maybe I'll try and finish 1 or 2 in color. Hope you like'em, and I hope I see some comments and critiques on these.

    ...Things to remember:
    - use more varied brushes to give quick finish to stuff, and generate quick detail
    - must work on char, costume and armour designs again, feelin abit out of ideas here
    - perspective off again, THE PERSPECTIVE, MIND THE PERSPECTIVE...better earlier in the drawing

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    i'm loving the latest illustrations i like the compositions.
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    nice job pulling images from thumbnails. All in all they read pretty good but i feel like the first one is really the only one that's got some good contrast going on. The other two are pretty neutral. Perspective's a bizzitch, keep practicing that one. You seem to have a good grasp of it, it's probably just the extreme angles playing with your head.

    Costumes? Outfits? I'm really digging the armor plating in the first one, the guy on the right could turn into a pretty neat character design if you developed him a bit more.

    As for the dynamism and poses i think you hit it on the head, seeing the whole fight is much more valuable than seeing it close up.

    Keep cranking them out, this is excellent stuff.

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    shit - great work here man, love the shapes, colour choices and compositions. this enviro especially. very very nice.
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    love your concepts Calader, this one is really beautful

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    sweeeeeet asssssssssss pictures man. They look like bounty hunters in the year 2045. Or maybe not, but they look damnnn good.
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    beautiful 3d action, depicted with 2d stillness

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