Woot, six replies on one day. I can't believe it. Thanks guys.
designboot: I'll do so, thx.
notic: It's a pleasure to hear such words from you, as you sure are one talented freak. Thanks a lot.
Ksama: The laser one seems to attract attention whenever people see it. I don't get it, because it's mainly fog and invisible stuff. I'll add some shittalk in your sketchbook about improving your digitals. Speedpainting definitely helps, because it's a way to make something from imagination with the only limitation being your own skill and creativity. No other boundaries, you know.
embee: Thx. Hey you're totally right about the composition in the last one. I'm thinking of making this a finished piece and I'll add some more tension. I already have some ideas... Oh, and mind the fat ass of that bunny. Slam it, yehaw.
Kicek: Hey, thanks man. Nice to hear that from you. Ich hoffe dein Angebot wegen der Mappe steht noch. Ich bin den kompletten Februar arbeitslos, bis Zivi anfängt. Falls es dir passt, würd ich mich dann mal mit dir treffen. Wär cool.
About the pencils: I switched from drawing to painting because it was so hard to get a pencil drawing look like I wanted. It was rather limiting too. But I think I'll have to get back to it soon, University is coming closer and digital pixel-pushing won't make those guys think I'm worth it. I haven't painted a single traditional painting in my life.
Meanwhile, here's another speedy (well, 1,5 hours). DigitalDecoy was terribly nice to show me how to use selections properly in order to get some sharper edges. I use the smudge-tool a lot so this adds some nice contrast...
Okay, next on the list is a new avatar. I'm planning to print it on my t-shirt for the Italy workshop...