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I have been attending part time since Spring of last year and it has been great. If anything I have been wondering if I should quit my job and just go for it full time. Classes are...
and here is a process done on Heavy As Hell
Hey, so I am Jayna Pavlin, I have largely been a professional 3d artist for a several years now but have been really into my 2d stuff since last year and have been taking workshops, classes at TAD,...
Hoping I can get some time to make this a personal thread! I have actually been a 3d artist but have really been consumed by concept art this last year.
some neat stuff dimitry; that first one popped out to me
congrats to the winners and great work all!
nice art blog hawkprey! I think i had seen your work around before but its nice revisiting and saying hi too!
seems like it could be a fun character to work on; i would consider it an early draft, looks like maybe you are using a dodge and burn tool? I would focus on placing actual color those areas you want...
I like the siege one , the angle is nice, good break up of space as well!
This one is from Jayna Pavlin and Paul Temple ; great project, we look forward to seeing all the art from everyone. (higher res is here)
nice work, i am digging the kinda barbarianish guy!
huzzah! thanks Jason!
Our team is: "The Power Ranger Auxillary Corp"
and consists of me (JaynaPavlin) and Paul Temple.
looking forward to this one; I already have some ideas going!
I really enjoy and respect your work. Your character studies have a living soulfulness to them that i really feel I can connect with.
very lovely, the armor makes the undead look so dashingly chivalrous! the play of the warm colors gives it such a creepy advancing feel
these are sooooo very cool! thanks for sharing them!
there is not much to say but wow! lovely work! MB stuff always just makes you want to push yourself that much more; thanks for inspiring! :drinkup:
hehe, fun stuff.:punkgirl:
Wow, It's like the Hero's Journey through the eyes of the homeless and marginalized. Very amazing work and wonderful concept.
Hey Josh, just wanted to let you know I have really enjoyed looking at your sketches! very nice work, I truly found some of them inspiring.