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Thanks for taking the take to look through my sketchbook! I have checked out the first few pages of yours, I will be back when I am free later to check the rest :) But dude you have some great work...
Thanks for all the comments guys! :) I think as mentioned, I should have maybe just blended the brushstrokes to finish, I am doing another similar study but spending more time on it this time round,...
yeah that's cool! So will any of these actually be made into miniatures?? Because that would be amazing!
The rendered versions look fantastic! What sort of game is this?
love those last few images, the guy in the armour. I love that kind of thing but have no idea how to go about starting armour unless I am copying it exact, any advice?
Also thanks for the kind...
Loving the latest sketch, this could just be my eyes getting it wrong ( they are feeling after drawing all day :P ) but it looks like the gun if anything gets a tiny bit bigger at the back, when you...
New people on my sketchbook, that's ace :)
@CHV166 & @ Mr Flopsie Thanks for the kind words!
@Misty thanks for your help, I saw you are working from imagination now on your sketchbook, looking...
Did you paint those trees and the rest of that background or just set a colour in and use a photo?
Thanks for the input guys, getting some good books thanks to you guys.
Would any of you recommend a book for clothing to understand the folds and creases or is that just unnecessary
Haha thanks for all your help guys :)
Thanks for the tip :P
Right I have ordered framed ink
now it's just a choice of norling or the perspective for comics..
someone help push me :P haha
Has any one else used Framed Ink to second it being a good choice for composition?
I think I head someone mention it in a Youtube video once.. Sycra maybe
Norling is looking like the best choice...
Those latest ones are great! Do you colour pick or work without colour picking if you can?
As in colour picking from the reference image I mean.
@Stonec - I have heard Scott Robinson is good for perspective, however I have minimum interest in mechanical / tech / vehicle type illustrations, is this book more aimed towards that sort of thing or...
Hmm that's what I was worried about, not that I have reason to think it..
But the books are fairly expensive and as a student I cannot afford to just buy loads at once, Any suggestions?
I was actually looking at successful drawing and creative illustration by Loomis as I heard there was composition and perspective within those books. Does it go into enough depth with just those for...
I have a growing collection of books from drawing the human head, figure drawing, dragons, colour and light..etc
But something I do not have is anything specifically on perspective...
thanks for checking out my sketchbook.
You have some crazy good mech / vehicle type work on here, the rendering is fantastic!
Hmm I have considered it! I wanted to paint over it as well but I am not going to lie... doing all those scales again... not something I would look forward to haha!
Also all my reference images...
Do you zoom in at this point to add in details or do you work zoomed out all the way?
Yeah sorry that's what I meant, have you done any little jobs.
That's cool though, your work really is fantastic. Do you have a studying schedule or do you just draw when you have chance etc?...
Thanks so much Misty!
Saw your finished master study, really incredible! are you working on any more now that one is finished?
Love the armour studies Martin! Where did you find those armour reference images? need to give this a go myself! :)
Keep up the great work!
Dude you have some crazy good work on here!!
Do you make a living off your art?
Thanks Aya when I am a little better I will hopefully be able to look on there for some work :P
Anyway a few random bits I have been working on..
On the first 2 images I did NOT draw the model...