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Jereme Peabody
Artist | Hobbyist | Digital Art
United States
I'm a software engineer by trade. I've been a hobbyist in art my whole life. I've recently just kicked my art up into high gear, trying to improve and get the art out of me that I've always wanted to create.

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Bard of the Diamond Inn by jjpeabody
Bard of the Diamond Inn
I use to play a bard a long, long time ago.  I loved playing the bard.  He would use his drums, flute, the lute to spin various enchantments on those around him while in battle.  While not very practical to be playing and fighting at the same time, I envision a world where instead of magic, his travels are what gives him his seemingly supernatural power as he's able to easily overcome his foes.  He's a student of life and of the world.  His scenes are sharp and his eyes are ever observant.  This is the Bard of the Diamond Inn.
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Lava Golem by jjpeabody
Lava Golem
From a failed commission, decided to make it my own.
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It feels like my art has gone to the next level.  It feels really good now when I start sketching.  People and buildings are getting a little easier for me, landscapes still rock so I thought I'd just take a minute to highlight how I got to this point.

Practice, lots and lots of it. I know that sounds a little cliche and it probably is a bit, but honestly, that's all I've been doing is practicing.  I digital paint nearly every day.  Sometimes I just sketch black and whites all day long just pulling what I see out of the chaos.  Besides the practice, I would have to say that commissions also helped me get to this point.  Sometimes I get commissioned to do things that I'm not really comfortable with so it makes me buckle down and try harder.  While I hate doing things I'm not really not proficient at doing, it forces me to adapt and overcome.

So I guess the lesson is, practice doing things you love, but also go outside of your comfort zone and do art that you normally wouldn't do.  These two things will help your art improve and move it to the next level.

So go level up!

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Solar0 Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2015  Student General Artist
Love your art so much!!ˊwˋ  That's all so beautiful!!!
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Machenza Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I love your style! Keep it up
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Bizriart Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
thanks a lot
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Gormlaith Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2015  Professional General Artist
your art is simply amazing..! I absolutely watch you! :)
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saperka99 Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2015  Student General Artist
Amazing gallery!
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NatFarrell Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
I love your art :D I wish I could paint like that!
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FireHawk-Concepts Featured By Owner May 20, 2015  Student
Your art work is so good! :D
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chausseeca Featured By Owner May 15, 2015
Your last name peabody like mr. Peabody and Sherman mr. Peabody I think you need a adopted son name sherman that your last name
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Fepuno Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2015
your work is great! :) I love it when great art comes from people with a different background.
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SparklingPebbles Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2015
You have such beautiful art :)
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