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gawwwwd thats surprising xD
I thought i start young, but you started with 14 ...
this is a great sketchbook
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Good to see that you are fighting your problems.
CRIT: Anyways someone may have already mentioned this but your characters seems to be a bit awkwardly placed, like the axe guy on the gauntlet piece you did or the lizard dude ( it might be the arm positioning). Those pieces are history now though so you have probably already addressed it :p.
Anyways keep rocking!! And if you already know about this !IGNORE! my post :p. Just trying to help
good work, i like the knight piece very much!
art is never finished, only abandoned~Leonardo da Vinci
Wow, you feel it man.
I like the studies!
Sorry for being so lazy with updating, makes it so much more time-consuming to do these big dumps too
Still going at those fundamentals
Some sketching stuff, both pretty quick. Really enjoying just doing stuff I don't have to commit to and can just make a ton of mistakes without caring
Some client stuff
Personal Illustration (poooppp)
Thing for the Miyazaki challenge
Ha! That Nausica one's great. Your skin tones and faces have such clean and detailed definitions (your colours in general really). They're awesome.
In some parts they look great, like the face of the knight you drew earlier, it's all sharp and looks really slick. But at the same time some parts need some more texture to feel more convincing (only in my opinion though), like around the highlights of the cow-girls arms, or some more definition in the near-background behind her.
Hope that makes sense / helps. Your colours are beautiful.
The amount of hard work and improvement you've had in the last 3 years blows my mind away everytime I visit this sketchbook. I just wanted to say hi, and keep up the good work!
Sketchbook --I'd love some feedback!
I saw your first page, then i went on the last one and I can only say : WHAT A PROGRESSION ! I love your stuff man!
Nice finish on the digital pieces.more figure studies, they're cool!
The image of the knight above your nausicaa piece blew my mind holy crap, do more stuff like that.
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Love the blond girl in post 2295. nice facial expression.
overall I like how your studies shows focus areas clearly. I guess in your finished work any of the loose areas will also be painted, but I hope you keep the nice balance between focal point and other areas...It adds a lot to the overall composition...and it also creates nice flow.
im gonna just go ahead and give you 5 stars again because youve earned it man! seriously loving the studies, but that musketeer looking fella is amazing man! really pushing yourself on that one!! keep it up bro!
your studies are killer, and that self portrait is great!! and thanks for the streamings they have been very helpful!!
SKETCHBOOK -> http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...=195781&page=9
The portrait of the male in your latest post is really awesome! It looks very realistic and I can tell that is based off of a real individual. Your stuff is amazing!