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That's a world there, I like
Your classic hairless ape things that live in the mist.
Did this little feller for Darkspore. Painted over a simple body modeled in the spore editor, rendered in maya, painted and used photo ref to make the skin.
The brush I am using for most of this is a custom brush that sortof mimics a rough round bristle. Only opacity is based on pressure.
I've been setting flow to 15% but realized it was too soft and...
really diverse. Free and artsy but still showing skills. I love it.
That pig thing is creepy.. It's lookin right at me!
Tons of good stuff, man. For pencils I really like to leave some lost edges and also make sure some stuff is hidden in cast shadows. Seems to...
I think I'm getting the hang of adding more natural randomness to lighting a color. This guy was pretty spur of the moment, 2 hours ish. I painted him up then messed with the liquify tool to get some...
Everyone asks me about the brown paper, I got it at a japanese discount store called Daiso in serramonte.
You know what.. That is some great feedback.. The stuff about the digital paints being fuzzy. It's been a lingering suspicion that is now confirmed! Thanks all. I usually build from soft edge to...
Faun and Delphyn is very good! Cool to see so much work, a prolific sketchbook.
Journey not destination... totally
Jumped into this little painting. Maybe an hour? Did it as a demo for my art institute class. I love...
nice work, really! I'd offer that you should keep pushing the feeling of scale.
In a 3D mockup sometimes we leave out the fine and thin details then in the composite it looks a bit like a toy....
Did these as a demo for creature concepting at the Art Institute.
Awesome stuff! I'm super inspired.
Want to take some weeks off just to copy these:) Pass them through the eye/brain/hand circuit.
I've tried out all of the Ipad apps I can get my hands on and I am liking the Artstudio work flow. It has all the bells and whistles and better brush response than Sketchbook pro.
Using a Dagi...
Hey thanks for looking!
Drew up this little fella on my newish Ipad.
Used Artsudio (the best app - better than Sketchbook in many ways including brush response)
Dagi stylus (best stylus...
Nice presentation! Very clean. Good tiered details as you concepted it. I shall learn from this :)
really nice rendering, it has the translucence of skin.
kinda agree about the water but I understand that's a whole can of worms.
Checking out your website now, good stuff!
I like that Yoda, Jab!
Hey if you haven't seen the classic "How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way" by stan lee it's got some really great sections on poses. Totally recommend it, got it at my desk at...
You don't see rhinos from where you sit? odd.
I did the paint before the study so now I can see his ears hump is too far forward and his jaw isn't rounded enough.. The stripped leathern flesh is intentional but he looks a bit dog-like with these...
Decided to do some anatomy study for a rhino.. These are my notes and sketches from lunchtime drawing today.