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ditto on this - thanks for the resources! Bookmarked it so I can tackle each section thoroughly!
Another thing I've read is that it helps to have a quote buffer. Figure out at minimum what it would cost (what your time's worth), then mark up by a percentage (about 10-20%). This is normally done...
Suuuuuuper late re-bump!
I've been drawing a lot of people. Doing part time work for a health-related company and they like my illustration style for internal mailings and staff-related events.
interesting - I never thought of switching the scratch disk to an external. I just upgraded to 2GB of RAM but would switching scratch to my external eek out more performance?
I like the pen tool personally. Set it to create paths and load the paths back in as selections when needed. The pen is counter-intuitive if you aren't familiar with it, but I spent three 3 years...
Made some tweaks!
I like the ones you have of actors and real people. Your realistic style is very solid! It looks like you have a great eye for detail, as well as the patience to paint in a detailed way.
I love how solid and volumetric you draw! It's one of my weaker areas and anyone who owns it like you're doing is an enviable trait.
I love your linework! It really works through the forms!
I love the Robert Norton one! I really admire your style!
I love seeing brushstrokes in painting, digital and traditional. This looks like Painter, or is it PhotoShop?
I really really dig the interior painting. Did you do that from real observation or...
What do you think the best way to do that would be? Harder contrasts, introduce the light source into the illustration, or something I'm not thinking of?
Thanks guys! I'd like to turn some of these into a kid's book or comic. Maybe toys? Although I've never tried sculpting before...
I did a whole series of monsters for my last semester of school. They're still some of my favorite works.
My girlfriend's mom is a fan of Wall-E, so I put this together.
I envy you, man! I'm trying to self-teach Maya and ZBrush and its been a killer! For some odd reason, drawing comes easier than 3D modeling or texturing.
I like the stuff you put up. It's a little...
Your inking makes me happy!
Geez, all of these drawings are fantastic! How long does it usually take to go from to start to finish (if it hasn't been asked already)?
On the second: What would make a better composition to tell the story of this attack? Would it better to have fleeing creatures in the foreground with some being fed off of in the back?...
Right before graduation, I had a self-studies course and worked on a bunch of monsters. Here are some of the more successful ones, but I'd like to know how they can be improved from a character...
I'm loving how you put high contrast, vibrant colors next to each other without it being jarring. It's a crazy kind of harmony =)
Thanks for the process breakdown too! I'm typically too scared to...
I've played this game and truth be told, the reason I keep it around is dig through the art gallery they offer in the game. You guys did a great job!
I like your sculptor's approach to rendering the form. It's nice, solid, and has great weight and dimension to it. What amazes me is this even carries over into your quicker sketches - even when it...