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are you talking about the copic multiliners? or other suggestions?
I am planning on picking up refilable markers soon.. if you know of any that worked perticularly well for you I would like to...
thanks for all your replies! :)
I did a test using my faber-castell nubby markers (i really dont what these type of markers are called), a sharpy super fine tip marker and a pilot g-tec-c4 pen...
I could, but when drawing with markers I tend to jump back and forward from the black linework to the tonal gray markers, following my intuition on what needs more work as i progress through. thats...
through trial and error, i have been looking for a long time a way to mix a black ink nib marker with prismacolor gray markers. I always get the same problem, the prismacolor marker...
Algonquin is not a dagree program.
I like the background story you set for your piece, and the thousand year old tank idea appeals to me. the comp itself I like, the rocks on the left side you have framing the shot...
Linework is done! Im excited. However, crits and comments are always still welcomed and encouraged! :D
My next step is to put down Prisma marker and begin marker rendering this...
Here's a roughed out version of the rough, Almost all elements are there and I wanted to run it by all of you as I get near completion. right now completing working up finishes on Right side of pan....
I have deadlines looming around the corner, but I wanted to share this with you as I took a short break and a bite for lunch.
As always, thoughts are welcomed
Wonderfull, I love it! It reminds me very much of the development found in the skillfull huntsman. are you attending or have attended the same school? cheers!
I was happy to see when loading the page and seeing your first post, that you went in and fixed the tail and rendered the feet more, now the character's quality seems more consistent...
The most important thing is the end result. the road you take to get depends largely on what you feel is the best for yourself.
However, I would have this to add, make sure the...
I took a good look at your piece and I began to see how every character in the scene seems to have their own story and personalities and I find it adds a level of interest to the piece.
I like what im seeing!
I like the Idea, and the approach used to execute it. I wonder if the Narrow end of the teardrop shape would be strong enough to support the weight of the nest and people living inside (assuming it's...
It might just be me, but I dont see any picture :S
Thank You ,
Yes, that is the plan :)
The end piece will be fleshed out in detail and will be done on a pan piece of animation paper. (37inces wide X 10 inches high) I still haven't decided on...
I wanted to share with you these thumbnails sketches I did exploring different futuristic city environments, Feel free to share with me your thoughts :D
Thx, Amon, Those where great!
These are a few months old, but i liked them and wanted to share them with you,
If there's any comments, pls do.
grimace - I agree, the bridge is lacking in depth. I was trying to show it using perspective but it doesnt seem to be effective enough, ill most likely ry reploting the perspective to try and sell...
Hi, here's an update on my WIP
Not sure how i feel about the new direction of the foreground elemnts, might try resorting back to the original design,
Thoughts and crits welcomed.
your right skunk, i see what you mean. i think what might have happened was in the images i used as reference, the top of the head of the model was not in frame and made me do it accidentally. kinda...
thanks zamiel, ill have to double check the lips. good idea on the emotion study too, ill have to have a go at it when i get a free moment.
I like the idea and the thought put into details,
a few things,
- Wheres the horizon line?
the very first step in working on an illustration such as this is to know where your HL is,...