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Hey thanks for the feedback!
I would love to do longer still life studies with charcoal, as I havnt really touched up on color properley as of yet. However, my main focus is in 3D, and creating a...
Really digging those sculptures you got there, esp. that full figure you did there, it was really that tall eh? wow thats insane.
Have you tried sculpting in 3d? I think you would make a great...
I saw alot of improvements here as I was flipping through your sketchbook. Keep up the good fight and aim to improve!
Hey your gestures are coming along, I agree with Frittzells assignment, study them well as these books will aid you to see the figure more clearly.
Nice Photoshop skills on Arnold too! lol
Awsome stuff man! Im a huge fan of your work
Hey great advice man! I admire your sketchbook alot and it gives me some ideas for 3d.
Here's a study of light and darks. As well as some of the sketches Ive been doing in Zbrush. None of them are...
Wow great start to your sketchbook! you have a real sense of weight and form, also I like the how you showed the expression on the models face in the second one, like theres some tension to him...
Thanks Izer for your kind words! And yea, even though the book is in German, his anatomy drawings are great to study from.
And im really glad you liked the little Thor fan, here's the final poses I...
cool style you have! Are most of these taken from real life?
Very cool style you have here, I like your dragon concepts u got there. Keep at it!
Hey guys! First of all, let me wish everone here at conceptart a Happy New Year, and possibly more to come:P
Been a while since my last post, I've been really busy with school projects and 3D...
Just doin some gestures and learnig from the book of G. Bridgeman.....really quick sketches
Hey nice life drawing studies! For your 3d model, may i ask why your're making diff. parts of the pieces separately and comping them together? It would be much easier to block out the form first, and...
Great lines dude, i especially like your sketchy shading techniques where you block out the shadows
Your silhouettes are really cool on the first two pages....kinda gives me some ideas for 3d models.....keep posting!
Nice to see your workflow of that digital painting.....interesting to say the least:)
More from ze sketchbook
Ive been lookin at the Godfred Bammes book lately....the anatomy is amazzingg in that book, unfortunatly, I happened to find the German version (download that is)....but anywho heres some studies
Heres another Z-WIP i found! Done a few weeks back, I found a tutorial on rendering w/ zdepth and depth of field in photoshop and thought id try it on this alian lookin dude I did...just...
I like how u have a sense of form in your drawings. Nice work
Hey! are most of these drawings from observation? Looks good i think u can push ur gestures further, studying from the old Loomis and Bridgeman books might help. keep it up!
@extremeillustrator...thanks! and yes i totally agree with you on that....form is always something i struggle with, i guess the more practice the better!
My 1st actual ZB model....done with a tutorial by Jason Welch...great resourse for tuts if anyone wants to learn zbrush
been messin around w/ zbrush....this program is amazingg....i still have alot to learn w/ the tools and features, and anatomy in general lol...here is a head bust i came up with, the eyes were the...
Wow awesome huld man! You really pushed the limit on his facial expression. Lets see some more :D