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I am totally with you there :)
I see incredible things in daily life and in my dreams, but my skills are also deficient at the moment.
Never give up!!
I was just wondering how many of you out there are newbie concept artists - ie have just got your first job, or are about to, or maybe you're a junior concept artist?
What do you find...
Thanks everyone, I think I'm starting to see where I'm going wrong here.
I will definately take some of the advice here on board.
Thanks for all the help everyone. I see exactly what you're saying. I do need a lot more practice and I think the point about loosening up coming with confidence is a good point.
Sorry about the...
Hello all :)
I was wondering if anyone has any thoughts on this course offered by the London College of Art?
I am training myself up to be a concept artist in the games industry.
Lately my confidence has taken a real knock and I wonder if I'll ever get there.
I've been told in my drawing...
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Just wanted to thank you for sharing your development with us. It's really very inspiring for me to look at this and see that with practice I could become this good one day :)
Great work, some really nice pictures!
Next time I'd like to see "Chicks who draw....stuff other than chicks"
As a female myself it'd be nice to see some pictures of creatures, robots, heroes...
I found it really helpful in terms of content.
It was frustrating about the resolution, but I can forgive that for the invaluable information in it.
I guess I'm looking for this sort of style where you can see the brush strokes
I've tried going through the oil brushes...
I've been using Photoshop to paint for years, but only recently started to use Painter.
I would like to know which brushes are the best to use to get a very "painted" look, where the...
Thank you all for your comments, they were really useful!
Thank you all for your help.
You are right, the neck looks wrong and the shadows do make her look like she has a 5 o'clock shadow.
Thank you both for your advice, it was really helpful!
That tip about working on it in greyscale is really useful, thanks!
Thank you all for your comments, they are really appreciated!
I would be really grateful of some critique on this piece please :teeth:
Done in pencil on Bristol Board, then some adjustments in Photoshop.
Ok, I've made some changes based on the feedback - let me know what you think!
Thanks for all the comments, I really appreciate it!
Thanks for the advice. You are right - I try not to be too dependent on tools like filters, but I'm not very confident with natural features in landscapes.
I will try to vary the size of my...
Ok, well thanks for the feedback.
I didn't use filters on the volcano at all - just some textures and textured brushes. Does it look too repetitive - is that why it looks like I used a filter?
I have had such great help so far on my other pieces, I was wondering if anyone could take a look at this one?
Again, there is something about it that I don't like, but I can't see...
Thank you both so much for your help - I really can't express how grateful I am!
I have made the suggested changes and I'm much happier with this piece now. :teeth:
I think you'll agree, she...
You are right! I need to make the hair flick out at the ends a bit don't I?
Posing for a baseball card? LOL
I guess you're right! He was kinda meant to be fully in control for his attack, but yeah it does look posed.
Sepulverture - I just wanted to see if you lot could...