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    blargh! i'm back!

    sadly i am owing a couple more portraits eek! but anyhow here are two more, i felt i moved onto something more with these two. First one was getting further away from the typical face i seem to paint on these guys, and also the eyes came out better. Second one i did quick and loose and with a big fat brush for the most part to make sure i didnt get my pen, control click for the diameter, and make it....teeny....weeny....and....start rendering....eugh...bleh!

    anyhow....here they are - more to come! honest! And please please...CRITS! PAINTOVERS WHATEVER!




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    Hey man, great book, loving the brush-strokes in the latest portraits.
    Keep it up the great work.

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    Cool! I like the upper one!

    But I think I haven't got it yet. Did you use refs or not? ^^

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    How have I not seen this sketchbook before? Awesome stuff man. Page 6 makes me realize I really need to start doing some life work...

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    back to the portraits, but last male one for now, think i need to try some female heads. Not sure I like what i'm painting really, but i'll just see how it goes i guess.

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    You should definetely like it, as you are very, very good. Absolutely wonderful use of colours - you're so much beyond my abilities it's not even funny. The good thing is, though, that you are inspiring me to try even harder, and if you don't mind I'm going to eat the latest portraits with my eyes ( in hopes of learning to use colour as effectively as you ).

    Keep up the great work, man.

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    dude, your paintings are great but your drawings are AWESOME wuhu

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    felt like doing another one, still feel they are a bit bleh - not sure what it is exactly?

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    Hey dude, really nice portraits ! I especially like the #215 ! Keep it up !

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    Amazing work, really really great stuff. You're so talented that I want to stick my head in the ground and forget I ever wanted to be an artist.
    *bow*

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    Cool heads man! nice work.

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    really got somewhere with this one - tried to keep as much detail as loose as possible without rendering into it, i concentrated more on the eyes and nose and cheek as that seemed the most focal point - the rest kinda fell into place! Cant wait to do more of these and some from my imagination.



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    This last one is great! You kept things somehow painterly whilst still being very realistic Keep it up

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    Great portraits. Interesting to see how much a small amount of sharp detail does for a painting. Very obvious when comparing the last one to the second in the double post above.

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    Oh these portraits are fantastic, the extra details one that last one really make it stand out. Keep it up

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    Great work!

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    Awesome work as always, the only thing I find with the king, is that the crown seems too be the focal point.. well, I was drawn to it instantly and it seemed to steal the most attention. But it looks friggin' awesome man! Post morrreeee

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    Couple of updates, I painted the first from reference of the beautiful Chinese Stone Forest, i want to do a few more studies from that place. Sadly only from photos i found, i have not been there in person.

    Then the second image spawned on from what I was learning in the ref painting, and i made a little enviro!





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    Your life studies are really stunning! Especially the bird skull, it completely blew my mind

    Keep it up, man!

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    WOw... LOVE your b&w environment sketches, portraits and still life studies, badass work. 5 STARS

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    Hi Tom
    Your work is truly like food for the artist. You are a source of inspiration. Can't crit. Wish I could boost your skill but you are way ahead of me.

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    Mr Garden!!! i do declare Some shit hot stuff goin down here. Keep up the fantastic work bud

    Stu

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    Big Update!

    Massive update of artwork, I really should update this thread as much as my blog!

    more exciting stuff to show soon!!!


    Frank Frazetta tribute piece, made based upon one of his rough works.

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    These are the Tagers I painted for Cthulhutech's Ancient enemies. Loads more Cthulhutech stuff to come!

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    5* & a subscribe! keep posting.

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    Great creatures design, great portraits, great everything!

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    yeah I'll give you crits and paintovers, sure thing. So you... oh fuck how'd you do that? Great stuff man. You are getting way good. Way way good.

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    You've improved a lot, Tom. Keep it up! Definitely some amazing stuff going on in here. I am digging the creature designs the most.

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    Love the monster designs! Especially that fire golem... thingie. Looks so powerful! Absolutely great! Somehow the onion is my favorite, haha~

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    Thanks for the comments so far!

    Here are some basic zbrush attempts, i'm still in a very early stage with my 3D learning, and I wish I could do more of it, but it takes up a lot of time!





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    Here are some concepts that I'm developing for a possible short film with director Martin Wikner here in Sweden, code name "Space Heroes" It has some really cool stuff to design and we are hopefull that it might get picked up on a film grant soon, so watch this space! (no pun intended).


    Some very very quick costume sketches to get some ideas going


    Quickly roughed out this building in 3D to make it easier to paint the shot with correct perspective as seen below...




    Ship concept

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