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    Woah, there are some really nice stuff here o.o

    I like what i am seeing ^^

    btw, about the photoshop and edge thing,, u see i am also facing the same problem, ( im using a tablep laptop and towards the edge, the pointer seems to shift inwards rather than sticking to the edge), i guess its something u cant fix, unless use a larger canvas, and draw keeping the workspace in the middle rather than towards the edgeof ur screen (or tablet module)

    Cheers^^

    Great stuff, i like it XD

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    some interesting ideas and colors. Look forward to seeing more.

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    I'm not sure what this is, but I like it!

    But stop using photobucket to upload your images, use the attachment manager.

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    Love the ice bug creature. As for the scene, I think the iceberg in the middle ground needs more contrast. Right now it's about on the same level (contrast-wise) as the mountains in the background, so it feels much larger than it should be. Not sure if that makes sense.

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    Nice man you got a lot of cool ideas brewing in here. Already I think your digital painting skills took a jump. Cacodaemonia is right about that iceberg in the mid ground. Truth be told I think it should be taken out altogether. It throws the composition and horizon line off. Always when you place something in a environment think about your horizon line. Think about atmospheric perspective also and how the fog or environment affects what you see. I think right now in the piece you only have a for-ground and background. Try to establish that middle ground better and that will pop. I dig that critter though.

    I dig those pen studies you have on the other pages also. There is alot of different pens out there to experiment with. Speaking of experimenting I think that's one of the better things to do. Try out as many things as possible and see what you like and have fun. Keep up the good work!

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    Really amazing progress in just 3 pages!

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    vidrio

    Havent posted in a while, heres a new one.

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    I just realized i never shared these with anyone, their realy old but i love them

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    Love the red and blue painting. My main crit is that the texture on the ground is obviously just a texture - add some brush strokes and marks to it to emphasize the texture already there, and to give it more life!

    The little robot with the blue lights is a great design!

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    retouching

    this is an old piece ive been working on forever little by little

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    Loving that last environment piece, great use of color and light.

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