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Apr 11, 2015 | 5:40 AM EDT
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dark
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shaman
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Watch the SPEEDPAINT on Youtube! - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GxHiUb3B4QU
Thank you!
I'm trying to improve my artworks... The first shaman drawing was made in april last year, and published to the art portal of NG april the 25th 2014 (wasnt even scouted yet, It was my first submission on NG) ...I remember me being pretty happy with the drawing last year, but now I decided to do a re-design of the original shaman, and I wanted them to look as similiar, as possible so I could see how better I got in 1 year...

... Oh, and I'd also LOVE to hear (or in this case) see your opinion on the progress I made with my drawings in the last year :-) ... And if you can, go to my profile and check out some of my art and leave me a review, I'd love to hear your opinion, so I could make further progress :-)

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MonstersUnitedMonstersUnited

Rated 4 / 5 stars

As always, loaded with surprises, You never let your standards drop, you my frind have gained a true fan


FilipStredansky responds:

Thank you :-)


DeuxLabDeuxLab

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing Re-Design of your previous work. Definitely your skills have improved. :) Keep up the good work. Looking forward to what else you come up with.


FilipStredansky responds:

thank you! :)


Marvin-SpringerMarvin-Springer

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love how much more creative your work is now! Keep on experimenting with your research and media style. I can't wait to see more! =]


FilipStredansky responds:

Thank you! ... and don't worry, I'll keep experimenting ;)