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    very good progress, i really love how you're dealing with the colors...only crit from me is the anatomy of some your figures....but as i can see you're getting better and better with this one too....

    so just keep on posting!!!


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    @Delmar- I'll keep it coming. Thanks for coming by

    update on that...thing...monster dude...

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    Hey mate, wanted to thank you for all the nice comments you've left me, they're great help

    Your sketchbook, on the other hand, is a killer! I'm greatly impressed! Inspiring, that's for sure. Saved a few in my folder of inspiration The way you handle texture and colour in your digis blow my mind! It looks like you're using Painter, is that correct? I'm only in PS myself, but from what I've seen here on CA, it would be great fun to practice Painter. If you have any tutorials links laying around, I'd greatly appreciate to see them

    Otherwise I can't say much more that isn't asspatting already! You're already showing a great range and variety in your work, which is always healthy. Your passion seems to shine through, at least I get the vibe from all of these that you're enjoying yourself tremendousy And frankly, that's not too common among artists. At least I don't see it everywhere.

    Wait, what did I say about asspatting? Enough already! Well, I'll just be sitting here and waiting for the next batch
    sketchbook / sketchblog / deviantart / facebook / twitter / e-mail

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    @AsaB- aww, your so kind
    Thanks for the comment. Yeah, the last couple of pieces I've been using Painter. I actually use both programs but currently painter I'm learning and loving a lot. In terms of tutorials I would suggest looking at Don Seegmiller's site and I heard Ryan Church Dvd's are awesome. I intend on purchasing them and I own a copy of Seegmiller's book called "Digital Character Design and Painting" the Painter version. The main thing though is just to do studies and practice as you would in Photoshop or any other program.

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    If you go to the homepage Corel has a pretty good newsletter also.

    Monster finished!

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    Hey there!
    I was just looking through your sketchbook and noticed how good you are with colours and brushes! Many of your works have excellent, warm colours, and interesting textures to them. Sometimes the overall impact is a bit less strong because of anatomy/proportion issues, so there you have something to study! Your more 'abstract' works are the best, like the last one.

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    Great colors on that monster! Nasty textures too.

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    Awesome stuff man Love the feeling you're getting with painter! for that last monster though, I think it would look a hell of a lot better if you pushed the values a bit more, saturated some areas a little more and picked out some specular highlights Did a quick paintover, this is what I was talking about, cept it should be executed better hahah
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    @Yngling- Thanks man. I agree with the abstract working more. I'll keep at it and thanks again for coming by.
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    @EtherRain-Dude...YOU ROCK! Thanks for that paint over. That actually puts a lot in perspective for me. I knew I was missing something! I'm gonna go right back into it now.

    Hey, Happy Saint Patrick's day to you guys and hope you have a good day

    I'm hitting the anatomy books this week. Did a lot of posemanaic studies yesterday and the day before.

    tons of 30 second poses...haha...it sorta shows

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    black silhouette studies. You know, I forgot how good these studies can be. I think I'm going to do more of these.

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    Hey Trashy, great SB! doing lots of anatomy studies, watch those proportions!

    keep at it!

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    @Quinn Simoes-Thank you Quinn.

    Man...I couldn't draw anything yesterday. My head was just killing me and I fell into a weird sleepy spell. Hmm...trying to catch up today.

    Trying new things in painter again.

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    Just another update on that last one. Decided to go the disturbing route on this...hehe...I honestly have no idea where this one is heading.

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    I think I need to draw and paint happy things now

    Okay...back to anatomy and other things. Just had to do this first.

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    Wip for the next Idw. Hahaha...I had to tweak the face also. Okay...now I think its done

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