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Bri-in-the-Sky

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United Kingdom
Character Concept Artist- Games and Entertainment
























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Mech Suit
Power suit (bit rough)... again... I know I know, I'm so one-dimensional :)  find it hard to break my lifelong indoctrination of scifi games and movies, it's tough, this actually started out as a landscape painting... On that note, I do plan on diversifying my stuff, maybe some proper landscapes and vehicles, spaceships and the like. Who knows. 

I just wanna say thanks to everyone who follows/followed my work, I really do appreciate it.
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WinsAtFailing Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
What happened? For a while, it showed your account was gone.
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Bri-in-the-Sky Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2016  Professional
Was temporary
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NunChops Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2016
Your artwork is beautiful, inspiring, and magnificent you are an excellent artist please keep up the good work.
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Bri-in-the-Sky Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2016  Professional
Thank you kindly NunChops, appreciate it! :)
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Annimeister Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hey, just wanted you to know your work is really inspiring and helps keep me motivated when I get frustrated at myself for not drawing something the way I wanted it, or if something didn't turn out the way I wanted it to look! Keep doing what you're doing! 
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Bri-in-the-Sky Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2016  Professional
Thanks Anni :) The frustration is a normal part of the process, it diminishes over time. I think sometimes we have this unreal expectation early on that things have to look as they do in our head, when in truth, many artists use the mental image as the 'idea' and then let it grow organically. Sometimes I end up with things that look nothing like the initial idea, and I'm fine with that, it adds to the fun. I ask myself one question at the end. 'Does it look good?' Not 'is it faithful to my initial idea'. I think the creative process feels more natural when we let things happen rather than forcing them tooth and nail. 

If we want things to look good from a technical perspective, then we gotta study, this also lessens the frustration quicker. With enough fundamentals under our belt we can be more at ease and enjoy the art much more.

 
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