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    Thank you for your kind words, this means alot to me

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    DSG 1302 ETHEL KEPT THE MASSIVE GUNS OF THE SKY-BOAT CLEAN AS A WHISTLE


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    Creature Autopsy

    DSG 1304
    ANIMAL'S WHOLE HEAD IS LARGE PINCER W/ EYES AND INNER MOUTHPARTS



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    Dsg 1305

    THE OLD FLIGHT-DOCKING CATHEDRAL IS PLAGUED BY ROGUE UTILITY BOTS



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    Testpilot Jack Barns is going for his last ride :P

    DSG1306:UNDER THE OPEN, GREEN-TINTED COCKPIT SHELL WE SEE A GRINNING PILOT



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    DSG 1308 Swamprace

    The Dirt Road Tunneled Right Under The Ancient Tree's Gnarled Roots

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    How To Draw A Pic In One Hour

    i want to thank Antis for the first really helpfull comment i got in CA in the last weeks, he want to know, how i draw my last DSG in one Hour:


    How i get a Image in just 1 Hour





    (done in 10 mins, ......whitout my girlfriend

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    Chaoscreature

    this little one is unfinished, but i like to share the progress whit you guys.
    the job was, to create a Chaoscreature, which is goblinoid, whiteskinned, purple eyes and a much tooth..... i have to add some black Hornplattes on the end of his arms and knees, but i am really unshure about it

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    Hi Beast, thx for dropping by in my sketchbook.

    I find you have limitless creativity in your art. Your patience in detailing art is here. Somehow, i think you can push yourself into another level by observing The Value knowledge. Which can make your coloring standout more natural coloring & more realism. After dat, lightning setup to the scene & character.

    I can see you know these theory pretty good in random paintings. Let's practise more in observation & understanding then..haha.

    When you lack of ideas. You may pause your own painting & study some great artist paintings for a while. Memorised their color sense & apply to your art when you feel comfortable.

    Anyway, you will get into the level you aspiring for!..

    Keep it up, man.

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    Chaosimp

    thank you dinodog, think you are rigth. maybe i should do something from refs, to learn more about ligth and colours.


    I decidet to finish the work on my Chaosthing quick, before i lost my mind whit it, after i finish the details, i put some colder colour on it, but i am unshure about it, afterall.

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    Looks like you got quite a collection here. Lots of great sketches and paintings.
    The only crit I can find (tho already addressed) is the use of the lens flare in 2 of the PS images. (maybe its just me but...) I never really like that filter.

    Look into the great landscape aristist of the Husdson River:
    http://www.artchive.com/artchive/hudsonriver.html

    Albert Bierstadt is by far my favorite of the artist.
    If you ever get the chance you should see his work in person. Its really stunning.

    Dont forget your atmosphereic perspective (fadding into the "background") and a good use of contrasting & balancing use of value.

    Great stuff, keep them comming!

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    Nice stuff I'm seeing general improvement in your work throughout your SB and I noticed you are looking for a SSG. If you want in one I'm trying to get one together so just PM me or reply on my sketcbook. Keep up the goodwork!

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    Fu Lion

    I worked hard today, so i have no time for a better DSG,
    i draw this Fu-lion from a ref in a half hour, just to do something

    Maybe i use it as a ref, to hook some action into it, later

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    hey what's up, that autopsy one is great.

    my crit for you is that some of your pieces are rather pale in both saturation and value, while then others are really rich in saturation and value. i think you can push some of them much more. for instance the girl and the cannon is a really cool image but IMO the cast shadows are not nearly strong enough. and the colors feel overall washed out, especially since there are splashes of really saturated color in a few spots like her red pants. anyway I hope this helps you out.

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    Not bad stuff from imagination. I'd like to see some more studies from you.Thanks for the comment in my book btw. Take care.

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    Lol, I love that concept for the pilot paint. It had me laughing for a bit.

    The only thing I can crit on atm is the softness of your digital work. It's lacking some sharpness in areas in general, but that just may be the way you do things. DSG 1304 has a good variety of sharp and soft lines, IMO.

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    Hey there,
    I like your monster designs and I can see your photoshop skills progressing well. I hope I can follow suit.
    Keep up the good work!

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    The old Rembrand !!WIP!!

    @Slechtvalk Thx man, fading the Background....*note*
    @Chobomaster Yes, this helps alot, thx!
    @Aveh you see, i study
    @The Lunathic Thx Dude, sometimes its the Plan to make it soft, sometimes i just dont know how to set sharper Details, and other Times its just a Scetch, could you help me out?


    Some of you Guys told me to learn more from the Old Masters, so i decidet to copy some of these Great Old Guys to learn more about deeps, ligths, colors and all that Stuff.
    First i Start whit good Old Rembrand, i print the Pic, drop it next to my Tablet and start the Show.
    I need 1,45h for these, i think i learn much about the ligthsettings and colours. next Step, is to set the Sharp Details, and give it a Paintet feeling.....even if i dont know how to do^^
    Please Crit, my PainterX trialversion end in 5 Days



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    Wow, great improvement!

    You look like a person who's always inspired =)
    Your stuff from imagination is great, though maybe you should try practising the more realistic (as I can see you do).

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    Icon Old Man on Chair, Rembrandt

    @Iliada Thank you, i do my Best

    Ok, finaly i work 2,30 h on that, what do you think?

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    Talking Landscape, practice 1h

    feel free to C&C

    print and draw, no overpaint, no cheating

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    hey man, interesting stuff you got here
    good to see you are doing the studies. one thing i would suggest is studying color a bit, i can see that a few of the colors are off. seeing and mixing the colors you want takes time so jump on it!
    keep updating man!

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    Kristenheim, Picasso-statue

    @dadushin Thx, glad you like it.
    Thx for the crit, you are rigth, i paint it over, i think it works out better this Way

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    Dsg 1311:mysterious Hovering Alien Vessel Is Like An Abstract Sculpture

    Mission terminatet

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    good progress, and you have the right idea using the refs and master studies to learn but one thing I see in most of these is a consistent use of a soft brush. Try not only to match the colors of whatever you are referencing but to also match the feel of it by adjusting your brush's hardness and opacity.

    I'd suggest doing some more pencil studies, anatomy, stuff from life just to get a better grip on the basics.

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    small thing

    Hey beast =). I'm going to make this comment/crit on your mastercopy.

    Most of what I'm going to say are things and information gained from others and a small amount of experience I personally have. It's a nice thing you are doing with your copy from the old masters for sure, but you are selling yourself short in regards to the amount you could gain by making a "speedy" attempt.

    When doing a mastercopy you need to decide what it is exactly you hope to learn from doing it first and foremost. Just blindly doing it without analysis will have you easily forgetting anything you do learn. It is my opinion when doing a master copy you should always hope to hone your observational skills, enveloping it and sketching down the large shapes before hand is beneficial. Then, using plumb lines and measurements to check and see if you achieved the correct proportion. Use a high res image so when you zoom in you actually see the information the image has, and not a splosh of pixels and color or value.

    Right now it seems like you are doing a speed paint that you don't really have a focus on. And since there was no basic block in, its proportionally off. Color wise you should be paying more attention. You have the shadows as straight black and they have more orange and red in them. And the cloth the man is wearing is much too orange in your version.

    I attached a little image to show you what I meant by plumb lines and measurements to get the proportions of the image down correctly. It shows that your head and hands are too elongated.

    I'm going to cut this post short now in case I'm off the mark, if I was close at all let me know and I'll come back and finish it. But good work man, keep pushing harder and harder.

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    thanks for visiting and commenting my sketchbook TheBeast.

    Here is a tips from me to you, I have looked through all your images. You have a nice imagination, and many good ideas. But you have the same problem i had when i started painting. I limit myself to the underlying drawing, or as you have done in some paintings, I painted outlines of things ... Imagine in your head if all the people that walked around you in the street had a black or white outline around them

    When you take the lineart into photoshop use it to block in values, shadow and highlight. But as soon as you get past this, try to look away from the lines, let your colours and brush create your image

    cheers mate! Cool to see your sketches

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    @Aveh Sorry for the late answer...xmas is pure poison
    You Crit, helps me a lot. You are rigth, i copy whitout a real focuss. The result is a washed out, blurry copy...
    ...anyway, we life to learn, rigth?
    thank you for the overpaint, i feel happy about this (the scales fell from my eyes)

    @Gunderson Damn Outlines, you are rigth.... i always forgett to hide them if i do a scetch.allways think i need outlines when i am unshure about my pic....i will change!
    oh, and i am real happy to click the link in your Sig. too ;P


    Well here is my today scetch, try to learn about oilpastelbrushes and the resat-mod....and anatomy aswell,after i scetch it up, i try to set shades whitout black outlines ...i use my crits, to focus on my target!
    hope ya like this

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    oooh filth, debauchery and devilry! I'm going to enjoy being sketchie buddies here

    lulz I finished a sketch today because of what you said to me! XD

    ON your axe I LOVE everything except the wood on the handle - it seems not to match, and the background really detracts from the well rendered glowing blade and metal.



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    another hour

    Hey LadyH, glad you join the team!

    i just rush my tablet, better doing quick than nothing

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