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October 25th, 2009 #61Registered User
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I'm speechless great style! the dryad is looking really good.
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Other than "luter.jpg" A lot of your colored works seem really desaturated to me. They're well drawn but it kinda makes me bored.
October 26th, 2009 #63
Kaileighblue: Thanks for the note.
For me, though, the Luter.jpg is oversaturated. May be my display or Yours.
Has anyone else noticed the same thing about my colors? I checked it on three displays and it seems to me that my works are fairly well saturated.
October 27th, 2009 #64
Luter is a bit oversaturated, but it's true that you usually go for more muted colors, I don't see anything wrong with that (although maybe some compositions could use some more saturation in the focus points).
I really like the clothes in the first pic and how you can use clothing to describe the form underneath pretty well by now.
The first enviroment is also very intriguing.
Nibru's pose doesn't feel very natural though, looks a bit neckless?
Keep it up Don't make us wait so long for another update, ehe.
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Hey man I'm not ready to give any real constructive help, but I like your work. Also thanks for the advice with my Harley pic, I really appreciate it.
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your work is really very good and the thing i like most is that u have got a lot of variations in your work. there is nothing more to say but certainly there is a long way to go.
November 5th, 2009 #68
To jest bardzo mało konstruktywny post, bo jest w nim tylko buziak i mój ryjek buziak wymiata hehehe
November 6th, 2009 #69
I love the quick enviroments and your last self-portrait (the best one, such interesting lighting!)
I do think those gardens are a bit too cold though, and there's too much bright green all over. The picture is peaceful, and I dig the composition, but color-wise it could use a bit more variation to avoid being TOO peaceful, and therefore a little boring - but that's just my opinion, I like bold colors even when they're not strictly necessary
November 10th, 2009 #70
I like the portraits. Especially the color on Sylar. It's hard to get likenesses. Without the ref to tell, it looks to me like their eyes might be a bit large.
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November 10th, 2009 #71
November 10th, 2009 #72
nice studys those landscape ones looked like they were alot of fun.
keep it up
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November 10th, 2009 #73
When did I last post in this thing, anyways? It was awhile ago. I've been haunting Deviant Art, believe it or not, and actually giving constructive criticism over there. I feel like they need a break through in that area. Actually, my comments, excluding a single one, have been widely appreciated.
Way back in post 112, you posted your "lame CHOW attempt." It does seem to me to be uninspired. I think it would be a lot better if you had used more vibrant colors, it looks very washed out and faded. I also feel like the figure on the right is far more defined then the figure on the left. But, hey, you weren't pleased with it anyways, so moving on.
I like the second picture in the same post, the concept of an undergorund place. It looks interesting. Did you ever consider going back and doing a more final version of the work? That might be cool.
In the third one, the enviroment, I feel like the tree across the rived should be a little less curved. I love how you did the beams of light coming through the canopy, and for the most part the light on the river, except in the very front where it looks streaky.
I don't like Columbus. He'd not done badly, I just dislike the style he's in or how he's specificly portrayed, if that makes sense. On the topic of how to improve the actual art, I feel like you could blend the shades in the shadows better, because they look a little streaky. Excellent job on the hands, I'm really impressed with how those turned out. His lips look a little off to me in the way they were done, they look (to me) more like a slash in his face then lips. I know part of that is the difference between how male and female lips look, but I also think the angles on the surfaces of your lips are too severe, giving that impression.
I have to admit, I have no idea what a Nibru is. You're looks nifty; where did you get the concept?
I have to say, your faces are a ton better then mine. Of your three self portraits, I like the "green one" the best, because of the angles. It also looks the most dramatic of the three. I don't have any real suggestions for improvement, but I agree that the one in the middle is the least of the three.
Your garden looks very dream like, due to the pastel coloring of everything past the first few trees. Personally, I'd rather see it with more detail like the trees im the forefront, but this does get across and entirely different impression then that would.
In the same post with the garden, you have three enviroment studies. I like the middle one, the angles and coloring appeal to me. I was curious, in the last one, are the trees burning, or is it fall? I can't quiet tell with the thickness of the brush you used.
Which finally brings us to the post you made today! There's some rocking enviroments. I feel like if you actually spent some more time on them, they'd be Magic: The Gathering quality. I'm not sure if you've heard of that game, but it's a card game with land cards used to summon creatures (with the end goal of getting your opponents life down to 0, and thus winning.) Here's some land cards, for examples: [Link] [Link2] You'll want to scroll down a bit on that first link. Past saying that they're looking good, I don't have much specific to say on these studies. I do like the detail on the river in the one, and hoe from study to study you have a different "feel" to the work, and it looks like you utalized different brushes.
Good work, keep it up!
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November 23rd, 2009 #74
On your last painting its not boring at all I think its one of your strongest works. Cool concept Keep it up
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November 27th, 2009 #79
great still lifes! and that skull looks amazing, you really have something like that in your home? I like your enviros too, i think they need some textures maybe?
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November 28th, 2009 #80
Monika Gruszka: Yes, I found this skull in my backyard when I was a kid And yes, my environments (and everything else) need more textures... Thanks
Still lifes from today.
December 8th, 2009 #81
These are lovely.
I wouldn't stay a slave to your reference. Make that vial shinier and the fruits more round. And lay down a shadow.
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Onward and upward! I believe in karma, so let's all help one another! =D
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January 11th, 2010 #82
Thanks, JinzouTamashii. The point of those life paintings was to observe and paint accurately, which is probably why I "stayed a slave" to my reference. Good point about the shadow though, thanks.
I've been so busy with work lately, I didn't really have much time to post. Here's a bit of what I did. Trading card game art.
Here's one of the cards for some other game.
And here are two personal little quick illustrations for my girlfriend and dancing partner.
January 12th, 2010 #83
paso doble w rytmie marsza, mu humoru nie pogarsza xD
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January 16th, 2010 #86
This is awesome! It's incredible how much you've improved in such a short time. You definitely have more or a feel for contrast which makes your images much more powerful and interesting. The last portrait is kind of creepy but it WORKS.
Your still lives are amazing and so detailed (also, yay for Peter Petrelli! *hugs him*), but the rhino creature and the second dance painting are my favourite pieces. I actually have a soft spot for paintings of dancing in general, and you got exactly what I think matters in them: the emotion through body language.
January 25th, 2010 #87
Thank You, Ariel I believe those images look better contrast-wise, because I paint them in grayscale first and color them later. Makes it easier to get those values right. I mean those done for work.
Here are a few more I did for the trading cards game that the rhino a few posts above was for.
And this is an illustration I did for the University of Silesia here in Poland. It's for a poster promoting a new major there (or whatever it's called in english).
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February 5th, 2010 #89
Overall I can see you are getting better and better
I think one thing I can see however is that you have a desire to get quantity done as much as quality....your still life studies are best....even if it's just the egg yolk........in larger pieces and some figure work your compositions still need more observation and mental memory of what stuff looks like . scale and lighting especially.
It can be tough to try ambitious figure work in large settings.......I'd say keep reworking your roughs BEFORE you start colouring.....the mermaid on the beach looks OK but the setting doesn't match her scale ( no pun intended hehehe )....the rocks...waves...water....everything else doesn't match . It's as though you added a tail to a girl you had in a photograph and didn't quite know what to put behind her.
Don't get me wrong....I use...and even trace photographs to learn from...it's good practise to study that way....but you have to know how to twist reference material to use it even better.......a rock pool....maybe some shells etc....a reflection under her ...cast shadows......all would help that piece for example....even water ripples and waves have a certain size to their graphic elements......a wavelet is usually the same size in an ocean or a bathtub.
some of your life studies and portraits are getting very good too....progress is good !
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February 6th, 2010 #90