Hey, i like your 3d concepts, you should try to put them into a scene instead of just t-pose renders. give them some environment, compose an interesting shot (the warrior e.g. could look cool shot from below standing on a cliff on a far away planet or in soe sort of wasteland?
try to light it interesting
my advice regarding your paintings would be to practice drawing more to get a feelign for propoertions and maybe you can try to use colors more deliberatly. try to balance thigns out and to create a focal point. for exaple in the picture from post nr2 everything is very saturated. you could try to tone down the background, make it less saturated and a bit darker to make the figure pop out. you could try to put a bit more time into rendering out the face so you have a variety in shading details, looks more itneresting than when the whole image is rendered the same way!
keep it coming
imi plac in special englezul cu sosetele si desenele in tus din primul post (soldatul in perspectiva). cat despre modelele 3d, cred ca ar trebui sa folosesti texturi ceva mai variate si fotorealiste. sunt prea repetitive, plane, plictisitoare.
i like the englishman with the socks and the inks in the first post (the lying soldier). about the 3d models, i think you should use more realistic and varied textures. they look to repetitive, flat and boring.
dragute naturile, da' incearca sa aduci mai multa variatie in culori, dar/si sa ramai totusi intr-o gama... par prea all over the place cromatic vorbind... a, si nu folosi pastelul exclusiv. foloseste-l in combinatie cu tempera, daca tot esti acolo ^_^ cheers!