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Kickass. I'd fix the typo on the word shield though.
I'm curious who the foreboding fedora man is in the back. Having just seen the Watchmen recently that's kinda grabbing my eye.
These absolutely delight in their medium. Great stuff.
Pencils should still show through prismas so you can see your lines. You could just work from light to dark.
God Bless Outsourcing.
Even if it sounds biased, note that his critiques are all very specific and apparent. Even if it gets under your skin, this is good advice.
In Lifedrawing40, the glow of the skin coming through the blouse/dress/whatever is amazing.
As I recall Caravaggio wouldn't be likely to paint anything that might piss off Rome since he was trying to get back in their good graces most of his life. (Think he stabbed a man to death over a...
The very act of drawing something means you're abandoning some sort of information. Even Chuck Close's work isn't a literal perfect three dimensional representation of the original. So style is the...
This is pretty obviously just a spam add for that forum rather than a legitimate question, but since it turned into a legitimate discussion... here's my 2 cents.
Tattoo is a medium. A Tattoo is...
Oils have a brightness that acrylics are incapable of. That doesn't invalidate acrylics, but it does mean they'll never look 100% the same unless some great advance is made in acrylic binder or...
I'd say it's impossible. With enough time you could show me a photograph of someone and I'd find someone who looks like them. As long as the character's identity isn't overshadowed by the...
Before you invest heavily in them I would recommend trying a couple of brands (most places sell single pencils). I personally find prismas to be really waxy and the wood gets hung on pencil...
I spent way too much time in Contemporary Art History studying Barnett Newman "declaring the space" with a stripe down the middle of the canvas to ever want to look at his work again. I'm not a...
Hot stuff. I love the way you handle the water.
Wow, this stuff is nuts, keep it up.
Nice stuff. I'd do something about that white streak across the hair of one of you figures though. You can see a line of little circles where the photoshop brush didn't refresh quickly enough.
seems to me like the middle ground figures shouldn't be so black. Especially with smoke moving in front of some.
Pretty sweet painting. I like how the skin really feels transparent.
P.S. I live out in Incheon (Gyeyang-gu Gyesan-dong) right now, so I knew you were korean even before I...
That dude is either a joke, or the most clueless artist on these boards. Gotta be a joke because noone can dumb enough in this day and age to mess up your/you're.
Wonder if any of you MTG illustrators can drag Jarvis over here? Beyond the fact that he's an excellent artist (although I think his MTG work drasticly excede's the quality of his D&D work for some...
You should post over in the coloring book thread. I can imagine some folks would like to try a hand at some of your lines.
in the meanwhile I was tinkering around again.
Awesome to see Doug Alexander posting. The stuff for the Starwars RPG book was amazing.
Maybe I just misunderstood the title. Thought he was trying to start a topic thread, not a personal thread. I was just helping it along.
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