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    Speedy gonzales!!!!!!!!!!!! aaaareeeebaaa!!!! aaaareeeebaaa!!!!!

    Christian thankx. like i said it was a challanging piece. I really struggled with that one.

    I call this an expression of my mind whilst working at somerfeild.

    No matter how firendly I am with the customers (blue sky), deep down I am still in a gnarly mood (twisted environment) because I hate my job!

    roughly an hour for this peice.
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    You have some amazing futuristic enviros, have you thought about creating a whole universe for these places and maybe some characters to go with those. Awesome! Keep it up.
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    Speedy gonzales!!!!!!!!!!!! aaaareeeebaaa!!!! aaaareeeebaaa!!!!!

    Nice quick n simple. No real shape. My only concern was getting the texture and lighting right.

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    thats a very nice sunrise, no crits from me, but i congratulate you for your progress its really nice to see you getting better, keep at it!!!!.
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    Speedy gonzales!!!!!!!!!!!! aaaareeeebaaa!!!! aaaareeeebaaa!!!!!

    The first two paintings are extremely quick paintings, probally my first official speed paintings.

    Both done without any refs

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    I really liked the direction of this one but I would of spent far much time the polishing the shapes and adding detail. I will probally go back to this one some time in the future to properly turn it into a finnished peice.

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    I spent a little longer on this one and I used some reference

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    Hey man, these are really cool. I really like the value change and the lighting in this last one. Your getting better at using colors.
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    yea the last enviro u did is the best uve done so far mate good contrast and i just like the pic as a whole gjgj
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    Looking Good. Cast shadows are solid, they are objects blocking the light, so paint them as such. Values in the foreground object need checking.
    Nice progression Andrew.
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    Hello,
    http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y23...dpaint2-ak.jpg

    That one is awesome! I love how you did the trees!
    I noticed a similar technique here: http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y231/AK86/bridgin.jpg
    which is awesome! cause the trees are still,well, detailed enough to be known as trees, but they dont direct the attention away from the bridge. Awesome!
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    Envisor Thanks man. I am have been trying understand colour more lately.

    Razorb Cheers buddy. I am getting there ever so slowly.

    Bagder hmmmmm, I really notice the fact that I havnt defined the right hand side of the shadow to suit the tower in the foreground. I will edit that now! Plus I will refine the values!

    Dished Thankx man! I simply use one of the rough textured brushes and set the flow to 15 and the opacity to 80. Then basically dab away as if i was using a brush. Start with the midtone - highlight - shadow.
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    hi AK,i impressed lot.i think one day u gonna be famous artist.nice perspective.only thing u r missing is "anatomy",but i can say dat one also u 'll get it.sayonara1!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
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    arjun sawant Thanks dude for totally boosting my confidence! Really appreciate it!

    Another 'speedyish' painting.

    Iam really chuffed with the outcome
    Used reference
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    Rock formations are really becoming a regular occurence. I really need to broaden my horizons a bit.
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    good stuff man ur improving fast !
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