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    @ThomasM:
    yeah your rigth have to fix that - thank you very much for the absoluitely reaonable advice! appreciate that!

    @alexson:
    hey thank you!

    @equilerex:
    cool fallout 2 is my all-time favourite game - woul be great to hear from your proects project!
    yes some part of this project has a post apocalyptic setting, but its story acts on 5 different planets, so there will be a lot of variety

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    heres some more pencil stuff (damn i hope ill get good one day, sometimes its so demotivating to look at my own works after drawing this crap, the worst thing i do sometimes is to compare my stuff to other 18-years-old-but-super-duper-skills artists )

    xberts sketchbook :::last update Sep 16th 2015:::


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    @equilerex:
    cool fallout 2 is my all-time favourite game - woul be great to hear from your proects project!
    mine too ^^
    working on complete conversion Mutants rising - been in the works for the past 5 years or so but nearing to the end. Its basically a whole new game like fallout 2 itself with new art, 9 towns, quests, end scenes, videos, music, voice acting, etc

    yes some part of this project has a post apocalyptic setting, but its story acts on 5 different planets, so there will be a lot of variety
    awesome! space sci-fi is my second favorite thing.. combine the 2 and you get a heavy duty drug


    heres some more pencil stuff (damn i hope ill get good one day, sometimes its so demotivating to look at my own works after drawing this crap, the worst thing i do sometimes is to compare my stuff to other 18-years-old-but-super-duper-skills artists )
    those 18 yearolds have been practicing since seven (but yeah, still pretty demotivating)the picture looks great though... it has a heavy and meaningful feel to it, i like that

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    Tissue?

    Dude your work is sweet! Dont down yourself. Only postivity and confidence can lead success!!!!(i need to follow that advice.) It sucks being schooled by a 16 year old, but it goes with guitar and music too. Ive seen many bands and guitarits only 16 and 17 out play me and make really great music. Your at a higher level than me!!! You read that message i sent you?

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    @equilerex:
    thanks man!

    @joe:
    yeah read the message, gonna answer it soon i just took myself sometime to answer to prepare myself from writing crap and yourself from reading crap

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    heres a new acrylic from life (i think im doin some enviro from life next time or maybe some fantasy stuff? who knows) traditional stuff is much more fun than digital imho:

    xberts sketchbook :::last update Sep 16th 2015:::

    and another one from mind (thats why it has such a poor topic, yes, no topic )

    xberts sketchbook :::last update Sep 16th 2015:::

    and some more pencil shit:

    xberts sketchbook :::last update Sep 16th 2015:::
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    uff - didnt update for a long time been busy with physics and stuff
    heres a new wip enviroment

    xberts sketchbook :::last update Sep 16th 2015:::

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    some more detail for tonight

    xberts sketchbook :::last update Sep 16th 2015:::

    2nd version
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    creature concept wip for my 2d game
    xberts sketchbook :::last update Sep 16th 2015:::

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    In your still-life above I would really recommend adding in the shadows to give the objects weight and realism. Missing out the shadows stops the viewer from seeing how the objects rest on the surface. An easy adding of shadows really adds a lot of believability!
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    @thomas:
    thank you ive already added some shadows but wasnt able to make a good photo so im gonna focus on digital work a little bit

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    xberts sketchbook :::last update Sep 16th 2015:::
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    lookin good there, the enviro is neat with the cliffs and the creature's nice and weird ^^.

    you can delete your own posts through edit btw

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    2 color studies from mind working on my composition skills, im going to make more from-mind-stuff because i feel like my creativity is dying through studies and comparing myself to much better artists

    in the first image i tried to get that effect seen in rembrandts windmill just read how james gurney brought this to the point, im far from reaching that gorgeous atmosphere but i think that just knowing about that stuff is helping my compositions to get a little clearer...

    in 2nd one i tried something alike but with less contrast, but in my opinion more contrast is making it look more dramatically and believable

    xberts sketchbook :::last update Sep 16th 2015:::
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    Nice updates, I really dig your creature/animal work specifically, very unique. As for critiques, I would say work more on your values, I think you would benefit from doing some grayscale studies.

    Keep going!

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    @cgaddict:
    thank you!

    heres my cow 185 wip its a weird scavenger-like creature which harvests scrap and wrecked vehicles at battlefields inspired by james gurney (my favourite artist) i tried the first time to use "spokewheeling" i just read gurneys fantasic book "how to paint what doesnt exist" so many great tips and so damn motivating!!

    xberts sketchbook :::last update Sep 16th 2015:::

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    some new photos from vacation (italy):

    xberts sketchbook :::last update Sep 16th 2015:::

    my brother
    xberts sketchbook :::last update Sep 16th 2015:::

    panorama
    xberts sketchbook :::last update Sep 16th 2015:::

    screenshot from one of the game projects im working on
    xberts sketchbook :::last update Sep 16th 2015:::

    and my finished cow 185
    xberts sketchbook :::last update Sep 16th 2015:::


    allways glad to read some crits
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