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  • kaktuzlime
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    Awesome stuff Yo! Lots of levelling up here! 
  • Tits
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    @Eric Chadwick You are too kind, thank you!
    @Cordell Felix thank you, thats very sweet, the thread was very old indeed and had been a very long time since the last update
    @Segreto Thank you! trying to keep learning everyday!
    @Kamul Thanks, I've been very lucky to get the opportunity to work on such amazing projects
    @dGreenberg Thank you! I've got some other very exciting work to come!
    @radiancef0rge ur Okay
    @Chantel-sky very old thread indeed, most people never saw the thread haha, thanks chantel!
    @kaktuzlime Thank you! doing my best to keep leveling up!

    thanks for all the love guys!

  • engineer021
    Hi, I am Joe, I think your work is awesome, I am looking for people that can reply my job, i will post a few more later. I will be gratefull if you check my work "Sketchbook: joe"
  • Dudestein
    Nice work Marie. Definitely leveling up :)
  • sefice
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    I remember watching your breakdown on your Ellie piece when I was just starting out. You've come a long way! Awesome stuff!
  • Elithenia
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    Wow some really great stuff and definitely an inspirational level up!
    Just embarking on the same and i hope to learn as much :)
  • Fuiosg
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    wow, you worked on SFV? The character work in that game is nuts.
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    @engineer021 Thank you! Unfortunatly I'm not the best to give crits on 2d art, it can be a little hard to get crits at first but keep posting and goodluck!
    @dustinbrown awe thanks man <3
    @sefice hahaha yah that video is getting pretty old now, thank you!
    @Elithenia Thank you glad you liked it. It's definitly a tough journey you are starting but also definitly a very fun one, best of luck, I hope to see your work pop around sometimes :)
    @Fuiosg I did, There sure are some great character art work in in there, it was truly an honor to be part of it, thank you
  • Elithenia
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    @Elithenia Thank you glad you liked it. It's definitly a tough journey you are starting but also definitly a very fun one, best of luck, I hope to see your work pop around sometimes :)
    Thank you :) I'll try to be good and post more here on PC. It is an exciting journey to be sure!
  • beccatherose
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    Great sense of development in this thread!
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    @beccatherose Thank you!
    I might aswell add my latest finished sculpt to this thread.
    It's from the Shiva concept from FFXIV

  • Tits
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    Posting some quick little doodle for fun, getting back into personnal stuff after my wrist fracture :)

  • sacboi
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    Nice, are these painted from life/plein-air? I'm in a similar boat but rendering 2D stuff via DCC soft and likewise, when time permits hope to take up traditional painting again after years away from it.

    Cheers.
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    @sacboi Thanks! No they are currently not done from plein-air or anything like that but I do would like to try that kind of stuff at some point.
    Currently I'm painting from pictures I have took while traveling and such...
     I am just starting to learn watercolor painting right now so I'm doing it from the comfort of my home and everything.
    Hopefully if I get good enough, I'd like to make myself a little ''setup'' for when I'm traveling, hopefully I can try and paint on the go while I'm traveling. But that also comes with being able to sketch on location and I haven't really drawn in years so that would be a challenge.

    I'm currently working on painting no 5!

  • sacboi
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    Yes, I'd agree, Watercolour and Gouache as painting techniques is challenging too work with however for what it's worth, no6 at least to me portrays steady progression. In that tackling water reflections is far from an easy subject to render regardless of style but I think you've made an honest attempt relaying to the viewer it's natural properties, anyways keep going I'm enjoying these studies. Makes me want to buy canvas, paint and brushes, already : ) 

    Cheers.
  • slosh
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    wow you are getting incredibly good at that.  these look fantastic!
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    @slosh Thank you so much!! Imma keep at it :) very tricky medium!
  • EricElwell
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    Hey Marie! I thought I had commented on this before, but I guess I dropped the ball. These are looking great! This last one is just awesome. Also that movie a great choice to study from. Can't wait to see what you do next :)
  • TheFlow
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    Woah! You nailed it with these ones, Ghibli feeling is there instantly. Also, a little off topic, Casaneo brushes are really good, got one a few weeks back also! 
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    @EricElwell Hey Eric! Thanks a lot for your comment, means a lot coming from you, Love your work :) Ghibli movies are such good reference, I'm trying to better understand what makes a ghibli movie in terms of style, would love to be able to apply that kind of mood to my other paintings. Currently working on another ghibli study, it's going terrible hahaha

    @TheFlow Thank youu! Do you also do watercolor painting? The brushes were highly recommended to me by this guy at the art store so I decided to give it a try. Definitely great quality brushes, they hold so much water! I was using like... super cheap 10$ for a package synthetic brushes from amazon before, hard to compare. Also got myself a new smaller raphael kolinsky sable brushes but I think the one I picked is a bit too small... I do love using bigger brushes.

  • Nuclear Angel
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    These water color paintings and the progress you are making in them is amazing to see! It is super inspirational to see someone as skilled as you push yourself in a new field, totally baffled and amazed, keep em coming. 
  • TheFlow
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    Tits said:
    @TheFlow Thank youu! Do you also do watercolor painting? The brushes were highly recommended to me by this guy at the art store so I decided to give it a try. Definitely great quality brushes, they hold so much water! I was using like... super cheap 10$ for a package synthetic brushes from amazon before, hard to compare. Also got myself a new smaller raphael kolinsky sable brushes but I think the one I picked is a bit too small... I do love using bigger brushes.


    Yeah a mix of watercolor and gouache but I just started for fun.
    Yeah, the brushes are really great, I wanted to have synthetics and also wanted to give a big wash brush a try and got a Casaneo #4 wash brush and a smaller #1. It's fun :)
  • benjamintrout
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    In case you weren't sure; it is STILL amazing. I have been showing friends, and people I work with these. XD
  • sacboi
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    Wow!

    Such lightning progress since last checking in...simply both awesome & inspirational at the same time to see, also this recent painting looks imho like it's plein air, too?

    Cheers. :)

    edit: Well that does it, definitely going to purchase art materials and start painting again, tomorrow!
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    Did something a little bit different this time around.
    Decided to do something a bit smaller so I did this on a half page, will use the rest of the page for another similar exercice.
    Wanted to try doing a good old still life, was very different from the previous stuff I did and I like seeing how opaque you can actually get with watercolor.

  • Nuclear Angel
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    I did prefer your previous Still life. I think the biggest contributor to that is that the background is all black. But the fruits are good and the bag is nice. The leafs though feel very harsh so you might be right on your take with the opaqueness being to high on the colors. Maybe do next a redo of this still life, but with more opaque colors and a less harsh background? Would be really cool to see that image juxtaposed to this one. 
  • EricElwell
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    Whoa! You've been busy! These are great! 
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