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    thread closed!

    Last edited by Sung-jae Kim; September 21st, 2008 at 10:01 AM. Reason: New SB Coming soon. Ignore please :)
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    I'm a very persuasive person...

    It's looking good so far, keep drawing!

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    Whooo. Damn, that environment drawing is excellent.
    More.

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    i like them all!
    as a piece of art they are great!

    it all comes down to what your aim was hehe
    they look good! the last one reminds me of Another World.

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    Hey,
    If you want to practice faces, I'd recommend drawing them on at least a basic head. Placement of the features on the head is just as important as the placement of the features to each other. Keep working! Your environments are looking good!

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    Hey Sung, as Magnum said it will actually be easier to draw the whole head when doing face studies. At least you will be able to gauge bone structure. We just need to see more.

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    cool buncha faces. thats some good practice

    vary the lighting and draw some different people besides the classic, "white male" That was a big problem for me, just drawing the same idealized white guy...ha

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    you can draw buildings. ewwwww. maybe if you go into the final details (yah, you have some wip here ne?) it would look even better °^° however, they look convincing with the perspective, also air perspective (?). ah, degradation.
    and it's good how you can create rooms. the faces were nice

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    I am very much digging your environments, you have some great perspective and colors. I think you should try posting some more with as much detail as that first city scape. Still very awesome and keep it up!

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    some cool stuff going on here, i really agree to what hurricane said : this enviros do all look nice as "artpieces". If I consider them to be some kind of illustration or concept desgin there are a few thinks concerning technique, I'd like to point out though:

    you are using a lot of very small brushes to create texture via "scribbling". A lot of these strokes look really uncontrolled and rushed, so that they tend to really distract the viewer from the painting itself. In the last environment there are examples of good and bad use of this technique. See on the right area of the painting above the stairs you used small brushes to create texture and form very nicely and clearly because the strokes follow the form of the stones. Above the "exit-gate" however, all these strokes end up in quite a big mess, so that I don't know what is going on there.

    so this is what I noticed about most of your paintings, try to get more control over your hand and your stuff will jump up a few levels at once.

    Keep it up dood, I'm looking forward to seeing more

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    where's the updates?!?

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    Grr... I seem to have missed the cameo appearance of your work. Playing hard-to-get with your art I see?



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    ho bag upload something new!

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    mister sun jae i want to see your art work!

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