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hey dude, the one with the "alive on stage"...think it might work a bit better if you blend the font on the type into the material it is presented on. right now the text looks too computer rendered...
Looking good bud. Those foundations are coming along and you show good values in some of the pencils. Keep having fun with it.
I am not a big fan of these types of games, but considering the intense and truly astonishing concept artwork that have seen here, I think I might just shell out some hard earned duckets for this...
Really dig your work here amigo. Welcome to CA!
been admiring your work for a while now. can't wait for the tutorial amigo.
hmmm...interesting. so did you work full time on ABL? I have read into the thread quite a bit, but you spit so much knowledge that it is would be like reading a novel to capture it all. How did you...
today's football watching sketch session. really just working on improving my wacom-hand-eye coordination.
fantastic work here Ketka! verrrry nice work. thank you for sharing your process.
n1va:: thanks, bud. You are definitely right, I have trouble with anatomy. I try to find references for everything. It would be nice to make it the point where references is merely for complicated...
well, ref or not, it is still pretty sick. Nothing to be sad about. The best artists in the world use references religiously. Always have and always will.
Great values and mood on the figures. I am mucho envious. Just reminds me of how much more I have to learn. It looks like you have a lot of fun with your work. I dig it.
Nice work in here. Your monsters are really creative. Not easy to fabricate such values and shapes from the mind. Well Done. I dig the pice with teh guy and pipe. Keep up the good work.
Damn Son! The work in here is friggin sweeet. I am really diggin your value studies. You are inspiring me bud.
Just added my subscription.
Switched the coloring of this one up to see how it splits. Not sure if it is better or worse.
every artist should complete a self portrait right? feels a little like cupping the balls of my ego, but I gave it a shot.
White piece is gravy! Killer style. Is that from ref?
Still buggin a bit. I think it has something to do with the shape of the tip of the nose. Her right nostril is a bit larger and bulbous than her left. The angle at which she is turned, from what I...
pretty sick, son! I like the nose and mouth on the wood sketch. The nose on motoko seems a little flat and at a strange angle. I do like the eyes and overall effect.
Quite the evolution here, amigo! Definitely motivating me to keep on studying and working in the basics. You have come a long way. Keep on truckin!
Whipped up this portrait of my wife. Threw in my little jungle cat for composition. I am somewhat happy with the portrait, but the over all piece seems a bit sharp to me. I really need to work on my...
Bitchin... like a Camero.
I'm diggin your creature design and your characters are outstanding. Great imagination. Alright enough of the asskissery from me. Consider me a subscriber here.
You got the right idea here with some of your latest posts. Focus on shapes and shading to define dimension. Once you have the basic shapes, you can focus on details. I suggest working on your...
I think I finally got the hang of my waacom. Here is an initial sketch of a portrait of my girl. Probably going to render this one up.
As a side note, it seems that my post above that I originally...
Well, there is some mighty fine artwork in this forum and I in no way compare to the strong professionals around here. I am merely a hobbyist putting in the time when I have it and using art as a...