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I like the creature paintings the most.What's neat is that with a linear dodge/add or screen layer in PS you can quickly dab on spec highlights an make them look nice and slimy.
I like to spaceship docking bay painting.I would try to get it into a more neutral tone instead of the brighter kind it has now, that way you can save those brighter values for any areas that you...
A study made from a photo.Plus some figure drawings from a model. ( poses were 3 minutes long )
A old dude that I made out of a scanned sketch.
Your paintings have a nice graphic/comice style that gives them impact.
Whoa that matte work is great! keep it up!
I like the poses of the characters, they have a nice amount of gesture.
Head details for antagonist cyborg dudes.Along with a breakdown of one, which starts in Alchemy and is finished in PS.
A concept for a personal project.His head is covered in scabs basically.
While updating my portfolio I noticed that a lot of my work is sci-fi/fantasy stuff.So I created a more realistic environment to balance things out a bit
The breakdown ruins the magic a bit but oh...
A unused concept for a improvised power Armour suit.
I forgot that I coloured the elephant guy.
Getting the hang of this new upload system here.
I like this one, the peculiarity on the gloves makes it pop methinks.
Wow things have changed here a a bit.The file upload system looks pretty different especially.
I can now post work that I created for my most recent job, as well as personal stuff that has built...
I was hired to work full time on a film as a Concept/Storyboard Artist so my personal stuff like this is just general sillyness.I can post artwork for it after it premiers though.
That makes sense, I will definitely work on that.Thank you!
Wackiness in sketchbook pro
I like how you are breaking the shapes down in those hand drawings, understanding the underlying structure of the anatomy is very important to drawing with form.
whoa very nice!If you have photoshop you can quickly add color with a hue/saturation filter and checking on the colorize box, then adjusting the sliders to get the base color you want.
I like the color studies alot, some of the life drawings look stiff though; maybe a having the anatomy following along a curving line of action can loosen them up.
Wow! don't remember that actually tehmeh, thanks for mentioning it.
Experimented with painting over a zbrush sculpt in the creature/character bust.
No problem.As for drawing structurally, the hogarth anatomy books are great for identifying the basic geometry of the body.One of my former teachers also has a great site that shows various life...