View Full Version : Robot "Work in Progress"
September 29th, 2002, 03:17 AM
I threw together a work in progress for the robot piece I loaded up here a couple weeks back. Though it doesn't go into great detail on the exact processes I use there are some tool tips throughout and you can get a feel for the crazy way I work by looking at the progression of images.
I'll also be willing to field any questions you all may have about the work, tools, etc. (Time permitting of course.)
Blendboy 2000 work in progress (http://www.imphead.com/about/blendboywip/bb1.html)
September 29th, 2002, 07:18 AM
that's a very interesting read. i remember having seen the final illustration while i was at work. showed it peeps who really liked it.
the result is amazing.
September 29th, 2002, 07:51 AM
that is it! learning painter.
your style is that of my dreams, it is the style i wish i had.
i think you would like a song called "jed the humanoid" by grandaddy .. into indie-rock? its the robots.
i was wondering about your 100 robot project, i didnt delve into your news section of your site too much, but how many of them have you made so far? flipping the switches will blend your brains.
it seems you have yet another clingy aspiring fan.
September 29th, 2002, 01:10 PM
Imp...thanks so much for posting this WIP link. I'm a big fan of your work and especially the BlendBoy pic. Will definitely be a resource for me! Thanks!
October 1st, 2002, 12:35 AM
Cool tutorial. I like the look you got with Painter. Is simple chalk a new tool in Painter 7?
October 1st, 2002, 03:39 AM
Thanks all for the comments.
Sparth- Just had to say that I've been looking at your work recently too and I'm completely enamoured of your Nautalis drawings... It was all i could do not to just start downloading and painting.
Killing.Stuff- I'm not familar with Granddaddy but I do like the indie-rock. I'll look them up. As to how many I have done? Well, including this one there's, uh, two finished... But there's a BUNCH in the works. I'll post selected ones as time goes on.
Smeagol- Thanks back at ya.
Negativespace- Shit... I just realized it's SHARP chalk. The watercolor tool I was using in Painter 6 was called "Simple Water" or something like that. Sorry for the misunderstanding.
October 4th, 2002, 01:44 PM
nice job imp!!! thanks so much for posting that . took a look at your site and its quite the eye candy. nice to see artisit sharing art and not ego . talent is part hardwork and its good see a good artist with a great outlook on being an artist!
jacques Bredy aka Sym7
December 13th, 2002, 07:36 PM
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