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fish pattern fun
Hello! I'm finally getting around to making a sketchbook on CA. There's so many amazing artists on here that I admire, it's a bit intimidating. I'm creating this in hopes of recording my progress and...
love samurai troopers and zatoichi, the 1st is my favorite.
voted, best of luck!
congrats everyone, well deserved!
that first piece is mind blowing.
pokemon would have been so much cooler if they had your designs. Loved your phoenix piece, it was one of my favorites.
Your newborn piece is so sick, I'd love to see your process.
Oh man, so many amazing entries.
Thanks for the inspiration and an even bigger thank you for taking the time to show us your process.
I can already feel the anticipatory blisters from some hardcore note taking.
I'm there for sure.
I dig it. My only crit is that his lower half appears to blend into stone. Not sure if that was intended or if I'm just reading it wrong. Other than that its a solid piece.
I like it a lot. It doesn't quite have a finished feeling for me though. The light on the different objects (sword, cloth, ground) all have the same specularity.
I really hope there will be another one. I have to work during this time and I'm unable to switch my hours.
Oh man, I would totally make that my wallpaper if we had a little bigger size on the spider one. Cool solid concepts on both as well, I know it's all newborn themed but these are some of the more...
very dark and sick stuff... I love it.
Great line work, I really enjoy your rendering technique.
love your style and all the characters on your site.
Love the Drizzt pieces.
Thanks for the feedback. You're both right about the texture on the body. I was trying to cut some corners and make a brush for the body but I can't seem to figure out a way to do it and also give it...
Any and all crits are most welcomed.
I think the work where you include your lines is much better than the ones without linework.
the composition feels a little cramped the way her hand, foot, and head all touch the edge.
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