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Mates i am back, however i will probably be out again.
Everything went great at the workshop and was a totally fun and awesome time. It was great meeting people there and sharing stuff and hanging...
truly !!! These are all so beautifull!!!I especially love the thumbnail studies, you really got the underlying design.
Keep up the great work :D!!!
Level up! :anime:
Significant improvement, man.
Material studies - nice work. Personally, I would stay away from using that type of photoshop gradient when painting the chrome and glass materials. They are more 'symbols' for a glossy...
Hey KK, nice updates. I do have some crits for you, regarding design. See below for the main one, but generally, I think you need to slow down. I really like your triangular building thumbnail as the...
dude, where are you? I hope you did not give up on art or something, cheers!
kevin_-Thank you very much kevin!!! :) I will keep up
Ok today i didnt work on a lot of stuff but i was putting effort on the colab i am gonna do with blud.
A battle scene of 2 is a challenge....
lionheartGFX-Thank you very much mate :), when i stabilize the knowledge i will try to offer some more tips on these stuff
Matt-Radway-Thank you mate :D!!Glad you like them :)
Itís wonderful that your willpower got boosted instantly,
and that your drawing work habit is up to itís high standards once again.
Studying and drawing, thatís an unbeatable combination, and
As usual the studies and excecution is great. Hmm lets see, ok firstly keep up drawing [and share some more updates :D], secondly if you want lets learn toghether through a piece. Prepare some...
Cool work! The last one (the guy with the flame thrower) ... it feels off because the horizon line (though it's tilted) indicates the ground is about 300 feet below his feet... just by the way the...
Hey dude, great updates again. Those arm bones are a bit on the short side though :)
I'd strongly suggest that you get really, really confident with a simplified mannequin construction before going...
Before you go any further with that, I would like to offer this:
In my experience, generally with a pose like that, the...
I think this is the first time i see BludHund posting such a shot comment!
It has only TWO rows! :O
Better remember this heheh :)
Come post more, don't let the pile build up and then post.
Hmm...hmmm.....hmmm. More? ^^'
Hey man, nice work. The bust study on the top is my favourite on this page. I also dig the assassin cat silhouettes, and the golems.
As I took a look at the latest landscape study, I immediately...
I am still unhappy with how I draw heads so I decided to analyze myself and turns out I needed to go back to the basics, stop rushing and be gentle with the pencil and loosen up. being self taught...
Nice updates, and nice workspace! I'm assuming it's a new setup? It looks secluded and thats a very good thing. I wish I had that kind of seclusion.
I like the archer guy. Overall, he looks...
Good resources for Gesture/heads/Figure practice
The hunter looks sweet man, I did a little correction on his legs, the folded arms actually look good you nailed it down. I made his legs more muscular just as his arms he looks more beefy. ...
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Decided if I am not happy with a study I should redraw until I am. Its hard work but its helping me with my patience problem.
Quick figure drawing poses, around 20 mins
thank you so much guys, i wish i had more to show but things are really really busy for me at the moment, i started a fulltime job as a concept artist at Atomhawk 3 weeks ago and before that i had...
Hands have proportions, like the body. Loomis!
Don't discount home refs for hand positions. You can check why a perspective looks the way it does from a real model or pic.
Blud: Dune is totally amazing, yes.
About animation stuff. Firstly, many of the greats in animation had their roots in fine art, and/or were trained academically.
Secondly, style. You already...