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SketchBook: Thanks for the absolutely fantastic words of...
Thanks for the absolutely fantastic words of portrait wisdom you left on my sketchbook!! You really opened my eyes to a whole new level concepts. Thanks a bunch :)
Your recent work is looking...
Camila, that is more than I could have hoped for! You presented ideas that I've never even considered before. I tend to focus a lot on the big masses of the head, so much that I really don't have as...
Hey, welcome to CA!
I would say it's rather good for a first. It has a slightly cartoony feel to it. Was that intentional?
The gun seems to lack detail compared to the other features, making...
Sometimes I like to pretend that I'm John Singer Sargent. Surrounded by rich, upper-class Victorians who are just throwing their money at my face, begging to have their likeness captured. I tell...
SketchBook: Thanks Camila! Yeah, I think doing master...
Yeah, I think doing master "copies" are great, but it seems even better to try and mix it up a bit. This way I don't just copy each strokes without consideration for the ideas behind...
You've got a real knack for painting faces. Every one of them is stunning, with such a pleasing mix of hard and soft touches. They make your characters feel so alive and full of emotion. I love it!...
And here's another idea...
I think this area of the image is really interesting all on it's on. I would be tempted to crop everything else out, enlarge it a few times, and paint over it a bit....
The first, 5th, and last are the strongest IMO. I would suggest that you do spend more time on rending for your portfolio work. Right now, these capture a good overall impression of...
It's not so bad really, but the perspective is a bit weak. It would help to define vanishing points for any parallel lines to converge. Although it is organic, you have too many competing line...
SketchBook: A study of this portrait by Ilya Repin:...
A study of this portrait by Ilya Repin: http://bit.ly/1woIG67
kraemology - Yeah, it's intended to be some sort of reptile hide, but it is rather vaguely drawn.
Rough concepts of some small fantasy reptiles that live in salt water lagoons. Just for fun.
SketchBook: Great studies, you're improving quick!
Great studies, you're improving quick!
SketchBook: Your use of color and line hatching is really...
Your use of color and line hatching is really inspiring!
All of your observational drawings are top notch. By comparison, I think your work from imagination suffers from a lack of structure, or a...
A recent personal character design. Was focusing on the use of soft lighting, and what hopefully appears as a practical fantasy outfit.
These are two rough sketches for a freelance gig that ended prematurely. The client was very nice and appreciative, but didn't know what they wanted, or at least was unable to communicate it...
SketchBook: Uiriamu - Thank you, I will try to post more...
Uiriamu - Thank you, I will try to post more frequently.
Kambei - Thanks!
Sushy - Textures help to keep it interesting. Thanks!
Lorehly - Thank you!
llari - It's an honor, thank you!
Nice, those last two compositions, especially the second one, are much more interesting! You've got a good sense of scale and depth going on now.
The surface quality of your drawing is quite nice. The lines, colors, and styling are attractive.
But, those qualities are all undermined by a weak structure. You've built a house...
Technically the drawings look great! However, the lizard aspect is not coming across in the overall anatomy. I can see that the head is more reptilian, but even it reads as 'deer' from a distance. ...
Hi folks, it's been a while. I've started to get a decent amount of freelance work of the past months.
I like all the atmospheric aspects, but the contrast feels too low overall. You can still have the high-key effect of the light, but add some darks in there as anchor points for the image.
SketchBook: I had the recent opportunity to join Iain...
I had the recent opportunity to join Iain McCaig's workshop at Spectrum Fantastic Art Live 3, the art convention in Kansas City.
In the workshop on visual storytelling, McCaig demonstrated his...
Your compositions are very captivating. Is the scene in #1172 composed as a surreal face? The large circle resembles an eye.
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