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Thread: Towarlock Sketchbook
March 26th, 2010 #601
Joris thanks : )
Mike happy to see you here (same if i dont know the post 286 haha)
yahdood thanks : ) same if i guess don't be the best example on this forum i'm happy can help you
other work i think it's near to be finished
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March 28th, 2010 #602
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March 29th, 2010 #604
thanks Minne Danhieux, well i 'm working on traditional too but i don't send all my work on here almost cause no many reaction about it here, i want to show it on art Galery more cause on net it break little my work i think
March 29th, 2010 #605
I enjoy your work, has a nice style to it. I think you should post more traditional, even tho people on CA don't give feedback as often I love to see it.
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March 29th, 2010 #606
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March 30th, 2010 #609
Natzuur-JK thanks a lot, actually i practice a lot oil painting , but its more long and if i post the work in progress i want often stop it i don't know why , i want paint around 20 painting or more before show for be sure, and i would like try show it in one art Galery, it will be the first time for me so i don't know
but i will try work on paper more
Brun your message motive me a lot thanks : )
Abrodos thanks you ! yes i guess we need work a lot and one day we can get a little what we want, happy you like my landskape, its more abstract thing in the base with the technic , on oil its little more difficult , but on pc the creation more easy for landskape too i think
JustinBeckett you are welcome and thanks you too : )
other stuff, little same the first woman creature on this page, i was dream about she so i'm trying get the more interesting image, i will paint it on traditional too and try to finish
March 30th, 2010 #610
March 31st, 2010 #611
cgaddict thankd ; i'm agree about your advice too , it's quite difficult for me to finish one subject on pc (cause the time almost ) but i 'm motivated with the traditional a little more,
speed paint 2 hours
and quick matte 30 mins
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March 31st, 2010 #612
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April 1st, 2010 #613
Cool landscape as always!. I'd suggest to work a little the lower left corner, as that's a spot that attracts the viewer's attention, and that soft curve looks a little... "slippery". Try some hard edge, rock, or something.
Also, on the woman piece the face has turned out too big in comparison to the cranium. The neck/head joint also looks a bit forward, but those problems can be easily corrected.
Anyway, great atmosphere as usual.
keep at it!
April 2nd, 2010 #614
thanks Jasper : )
that good advices abrodos, i guess i need a little more concentration can be and work in some step in some days for can see my defect, often i see my work and i think it isn't interesting for continue or make some correction, but i will try make the best
April 3rd, 2010 #615
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cgaddict thanks a lot, finally i can see than i can't finish really often one work on computer too, but i'm motivated for traditional painting (and for that we can't use special brush so : ) )i enjoy the pc for work quickly and for found good idea too
other work, around 3 hours speed (or a little more)i'm not totaly sure about anatomy '.'
April 3rd, 2010 #617
I like your overall color sense.
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I really like your textures.
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April 5th, 2010 #620
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April 8th, 2010 #622
i like your stuff, I agree with some of the others that your figure work could use some work but your painting skills are of the hook.
MY SKETCHBOOK!!! http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=180543
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April 11th, 2010 #626
Last one is really sweet! I'd work on the light/shadow placing in order to transmit the roundness of the beast. Right now it looks a bit flat. Regarding what you said, think of those "uninteresting" pieces as being only at 2-3 things from becoming pro works. If you see some flaw in a piece, it means that you've got the skill to spot it and correct it and, so, the skill to produce better art. Try not to limit yourself
Anyway, good work as usual. Keep at it!
April 12th, 2010 #627
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April 12th, 2010 #630
WOW this one is really an eyecandy treat! the colors are very well balanced and the details in the skirt are lovely. i really like that one a lot. finish it!!
also this one i love too. the ground isn't defined, although i think of it as an abstract jungle scene. you evoked a mood in me when i saw it, and i think that's what all art is about. evoking emotion out a person.. showing them what you feel inside or your outlook on the world or otherworlds.
great job and really nice updates.