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New finished piece, probably the most fully rendered piece I've done so far. Took a lot of hours, and the middle bit was kind of a slog but happy with how it came out. A better initial plan would...
Done with zero opacity and a solid square brush just for a change. Much less forgiving than the 30% blend business. Good exercise in getting your strokes just where you want them.
'The dinner' is exceptionally creepy, a really great illustration with lots going on but keeping a strong focal point before dragging your eye around to get the detail. I really like that one.
Made a super rough clay model of this head, took some photos and used them as reference. Definitely a fun way to do things and gives a nice basis for the lighting. Might take this further.
Quick & silly but I actually quite like it.
You flipping kids with all your horrible talent. Well done.
Now just practice practice practice some more. Very good foundation and attention to studies.
If I had to offer any criticism I...
Started as a Nibru, but kind of ended up as something else.
Done with this now I think. Axed the hand in the foreground as it was distracting from the face.
More work on this fella. Getting better.
Remember when you are doing a Master Copy of someone elses work, the objective isn't just to copy it. If you do that, you probably will be getting bored. When you're doing a copy, the point is to...
So much work, and so much variety. Great stuff. And I really like your set up.
I guess my only piece of advice or crit would be to mix in some of your own pieces with these studies. So when you...
Very interesting to see your process. Especially the willingness to erase areas of the background & redraw them, and the way you've erased part of the character to add in the foreground serpent. Its...
Such a big fan of all of this. Crow face guy and 3 cyber zombies in an alley are probably my favourites. How long on average do you spend on a piece?
Some very nice studies here, and a good mixture of different things too. The eye studies in particular are very nice, and I like your subtle use of textures and brushes.
WIP of this dude.
Mate, I am loving all this. Very nice and expressive faces, just the right amount of exaggeration. Very good stuff.
This is some really great work. I'm going to have to download Sketchup tonight and have a try. Thanks for the inspiration!
Portrait of my sister and her husband in the style of Breaking Bad. (Their dog is called Bob)
I went back and put a load more rendering into that last one.
Might still do more to it but mush happier with it now.
That Spawn piece is grand. I'm really loving all the motion blur stuff you've used in all your pieces. Really works well.
And the creepy rickshaw bird head dude is great.
Great work. Look forward to seeing the comic book laid out.
Theres a sketchbook on here by Lost cookie you should check out. Their stuff has a similar feel to yours.
Now these are some beautifully ugly monsters!
Really enjoying this style, and the consistent tone.
Onyl crit would be to try some dynamic poses and expressions. What do some of these guys...
Shady Dudes in a Forest is awesome. Really subtle and moody. I think it's especially nice as usually digital artists will end up with a quite high contrast with some very dynamic lighting, so...