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Aww, thanks for the encouragement, Rhubix! Here's my isometric stuff.
Thanks Iven! I'm trying to be more active here. I registered like two years ago.
The bee is an illustrator file...It's vector. Don't have the sketch handy, sorry.
SketchBook: Spit paint for the theme, "Concentrated Solar...
Spit paint for the theme, "Concentrated Solar Power." The Facebook group is here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1402563099961950/ and the Tumblr is here: http://spitpainting.tumblr.com/ but I'm...
Up to you and your schedule! I'm on deadline as well so it'd be some time before I'd be able to return to this piece or create new similar pieces, but if you find the time or inclination, I'll...
November 14th, 2013
I have no Cintiqs for you, but I do have some advice for making that lava look hellishly hot and bright. It really needs to be paired with very cool-colored rock, especially rock that is...
November 13th, 2013
I wonder if you have any space that's all your own? When I had to live in my parent's house after college because I graduated directly after the housing bubble tank, I had the worst time delineating...
Everything looks better with dwarves! I like how you took the time to lay out the thumbnailing and process of each card. I'm also getting some serious thematic whiplash between the llama corps and...
Sure! Maybe I can use a less bizarre character for this purpose.The wings might be confusing.
That's a good idea. Google Images returned a treasure trove of nice stuff.
I liked your basic color scheme, but the values were making things flat. I've attached a paintover with some explanations:
Background- Too much color variety in it, flattened and softened...
I'm attaching an illustration that's meant to be part of a 'proof of concept' for a series of fantasy stories where magic is represented by glitches and glitch imagery, since characters literally...
Thank you Rhubix! I find that I accumulate way more stuff to my backlog than to my completed list. Ideas are cheap, huh :D
SketchBook: I see why you're having a hard time finding a...
I see why you're having a hard time finding a moment to do game-related art -- too busy making rad character sketches. :)
RAWR! Dinosaur Friends are alive and well, despite millions of years of being extinct. Visit table 730B at the Alternative Press Expo this weekend to peep the dinos!
Can't make it to SF? No...
SketchBook: Nice work! The places where you let the...
Nice work! The places where you let the larger-sized brushwork just sit, untouched, work out beautifully, like the donkey's rump and shoulder. Other places look like you went in with the small brush...
September 17th, 2013
Nice work, I like the gestural quality of your lines. As for the gouache, be careful about mixing warm and cool colors together--They get muddy very fast! Try planar studies and plumb lines too, you...
SketchBook: Two years later...:P Color...
Two years later...:P
Today I have a lot of back-torso studies, and a couple of funny sketches.
Angel Eyes from The Good, The Bad,...
June 14th, 2010
SketchBook: Love that 'H'! I may be a bit biased, though.
Love that 'H'! I may be a bit biased, though.
SketchBook: Thanks DanLucas! I have a few more sketches...
I have a few more sketches for today. One is a silly thing and then I get back to serious business.
Hello! Nice sketch work and shading. I'd say be especially aware of how your anatomy's lining up. Look into how the drawn eyes are lining up and such. You have a really good grasp of volume and...
SketchBook: I've been revamping my anatomy hardcore. Here...
I've been revamping my anatomy hardcore. Here are arms I've been drawing!
Still haven't found a life-drawing group. I'm studying from 'Atlas of Human Anatomy for the Artist' by Stephen Rogers...
SketchBook: I'm having a very hard time finding a...
I'm having a very hard time finding a life-drawing group. In this set of sketches, there is one study of my hand and a whole lot of other sketches from imagination. I know I need to do more. In my...
SketchBook: Excellent studies! Keep drawing. For your...
Excellent studies! Keep drawing. For your digital studies, managing your brush stroke economy more tightly will help pull them together. :) You're progressing very well!
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