Here's the best tip I can offer: go to the bookstore. Go to the Art section. Browse and select any of the 10 great books on how to draw robots. Buy one or two. Read them. Draw from them every day for...
You have to build up your "vocabulary" of mechanic parts. If you don't even know what your options are you don't have much hope of using them in a convincing manner. Study some basic machines (if...
When designing any robot, first consider the following:
1. What does it do, or what tasks will it perform?
2. How will it fit in a given setting?
3. In the context of said setting, will it have...
Start simply and build details on to th esimple forms without ruining them. All good inorganic forms start with basic geometric shapes.
Look at the artists that you like that draw robots and look...
Stuff I've learned.
Research and reference. To create a believable machine, study working machines that already exist. Spot their moving parts/joints/hinges/pistons and discover why and what their...
for color theory I can always recommend: http://www.huevaluechroma.com/
There are also a lot of very good youtube videos about this, esp. the ones from marco bucci...
spoon fruit - he just turned 17, hes good cause hes been working hard for 3 years. :)
Good studies, really dig # 14.
Artist: Steve Somers
Concept: Family Vacation
Every February Frank likes to gather up the youngins and take 'em cross ocean on a Family Trip. Ever since their Mom was swallowed up by that...
Concept: Gigantus Gigantus
Big rigid dinosaur. Not detect yet. The fossils to big to be recognised at bones. Had no enemies except it's big size.
good drawings and paintings, the only thing you need to do is more anatomy for assimilating rather than improving.
Hey Mr Spoon dude how you doin - any new works?
cooooool sketches,cant wait to see more!
Mooooooorrreee! studies, painting and stuff!! cmon!!!!
Nice updates Mr Spoon - keep creating and having fun :painting:
but! I challenge you to draw 10 people from your imagination - nothing too intense but just go for it! Try to relax and do them...
Your pencil diamonds are simply amazing! Teach me how to use eh pencil to create such wonderful stuff :jawdrop:
Your rendering is slick, and you seem to know your muscles groups. What I'd say now is working more on proportions of your people (concentrate on the height and width of the head), and also copying...
everyone says practice anatomy, but you look like you've nailed it. You are very confident with your figure drawing, i'm well impressed. Don't stop studying though, you can only get better :)
Damn dude, your studies and life drawings are excellent. However, I'd like for you to do something different than what you usually do.
It depends also on the level of zoom you are using...if your pic is like A4 @300dpi and you're working at, lets say, 20% of size, you'll get those ugly lines... try to work on higher zoom, like 50% ...
I bought an a4 moleskine and told myself that I've paid enough for it, I'll damn well fill it! And I did, cover to cover within the month, which is unheard of for me. I'm 3/4 through my second and...
I like the a5 moleskine paper but there's something fuzzy about the new range of larger moles. The paper turns white when you erase. not cool.
Over priced? Also definitely.
The canson sketchbook is from barnes and noble.. I payed like 7 bucks for it