Good stuff dude.
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Good stuff dude.
I love Poe's work. If you get the chance, read his “Eureka”. Some crazy stuff in there that‘s ahead of its time. Your Poe looks very ...cerebral. Heheh. You should do Mark Twain. He‘s another...
I was just reading an old box of sculpey and it says you can “bulk” up shapes with crumpled aluminum foil, which makes total sense. Who'd have thought they'd let you know right on the package. Dohh!
I was wondering about styrofoam myself, not as an armature, but to block out larger shapes to conserve on clay.
That "hello" alien is probably the best thing I've seen in a while. Haha, love it.
Love these so far. 5 stars for you.
I really like that Pacino you drew. What size paper were you working with?
Somewhat unrelated, but still worth a watch.
Look at 00:39 on this video. If you include that energy beam to levitate him, it opens up the possibility of more dramatic and interesting lighting with the...
Haha! Love it!! :yayca:
5 stars for you! :oneye:
love the lighting and color schemes you used. very nice stuff. i especially like that little dog, heh heh.
i actually really like the diagonal shadow across her. i do think there needs to be some ever-so-subtle highlights on her clothing, like on her shoulder. the fabric comes across a bit flat (just a...
what? no Q-bert? haha....
definitely need to see a Darth Maul!!!
>:D love the distorted perspective of the hallway!
the midtones on the first piece are way too dark, if they're even there. i assume it was done on purpose for some reason, because you didn't do that on those 2 faces with the green background. by...
my handwriting looks like chicken scratch. heh.
good idea on the piece. ghoulish kids are always creepier than adults.
yeah, the 3rd one could use some work. the main thing that bothers me is the center guy's pose. it isnt really dynamic, and it looks like someone just standing there posing. it would be much more...
nice stuff. man eating plants are always heart warming. :needle: don't see too many flowers though; nice twist.
i like the minimal backgrounds. you've done just enough to anchor them to the...
kind of has an early renaissance/botticelli feel to it. don't know if that was intentional or not though.
wow, amazing shots; especially if there's no photoshop color tweaks!
millais' ophelia is one of my favorite pre raphaelite pieces. :}
cool stuff. these two are my favorite
i like the last one. it reminds me of that movie Legend for some reason.