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Type: Posts; User: mirichuuei; Keyword(s):
Trying around with 3D/sculpting and overpainting and painting some stuff the oldfashioned way :-)
finally did something :)
thank you :)
Teaching myself Sculptris
My unpopular work for the CHOW (Insect Ruler) challenge
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i will continue working on it a little more, just a bit busy right now, various things wait to get done >_<
oh cool I wanna join and draw a disgusting bug-human-thing :D
thank you :) I m really tired of the hair, i don't wanna go on drawing hair xD
What? I hoped that's enough :geekg:
Ok, I worked on it a little bit but honestly THE HAIR!!!! :rolleyes:
Made some little changes
My comic's main character :D
Hey and thanks :)
Well maybe I will never smooth it out xD Except it belongs to the assignment. Otherwise I enjoy painting other people more than painting myself :hugsmile:
I think that the overall look is too static, there is not much movement going on. Try working with pen pressure to make it more dynamic looking.
@stoneseeker thanks :geekg:
Wohoo hi and thanks for your crit everybody :D
Will there be an assignment in wich we have to work 6 hours? haha...:D (I am ready!)
I have some portraits of fictional characters that I...
I like it :asskisser:
Here is my self-portrait for the Color and Light assignment :)
I'd say that's actually my first *real* self-portrait ever, I just made myself into a comic-character yet :nohope:
Ah...and I am not...
okay...got it. Ah so...I should work on mine more now? I am quite satisfied myself but I didn't render it to the very limit and it didn't take 3 hours. maybe between 1 and 2 hours
"alienworld" mmmm not sure about this one
acrylique on canvas
My comic character and I tried to digitally paint her in a realistic way
just "reply to thread"?
hey, that's cool and I started right away. I am finished now, I don't wanna do something wrong so...where in this Forum should I open my "Color and Light 1.1" thread?
sketches that I've made yesterday. They are some kind of studies of things that I don't have much practice at and thought I nedd to learn more about. Except for the bugs, I just don't draw them often...
In my opinion the right top sketch works the best on first sight, but the one below it (bottom right) is more interesting, if you get it right
maybe JTburby doesnt know about thumbnails, I also didn't know it the longest time...
but it's definely a good thing to draw some thumbnails in the first place. you can check out some tutorials by...