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    The two biggest problems in my eyes are lighting...

    The two biggest problems in my eyes are lighting and scale.

    The lighting is a bit too ambivalent. The sky looks overcast and the value differens are muted but the sphere and the stones look like...
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    Nothing wrong with using ref you find on the web...

    Nothing wrong with using ref you find on the web ofr professional purposes if

    a) you're not infringing someone's copyright (so no obvious copying/ copy&pastig etc.- essentially it can't be obvious...
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    ...and study from life. Lots. Especially when it...

    ...and study from life. Lots. Especially when it comes to light and how it behaves there's no better teacher than Nature herself.
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    SketchBook: http://poli.oppono.de/stud_0914_05.jpg ...

    http://poli.oppono.de/stud_0914_05.jpg


    http://poli.oppono.de/stud_0914_05b.jpg
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    SketchBook: I use shift click, the line tool, the pen tool,...

    I use shift click, the line tool, the pen tool, selections... whenever I feel I need to. Of course those things also slow you down, so I usually only use them for difficult lines/ellipses etc.

    The...
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    SketchBook: Good point about the armour around the arms! Will...

    Good point about the armour around the arms! Will go back to it and try to resolve that. thanks!


    I've been experimenting with workflows for "polished" hard surface designs/illustration. What I...
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    SketchBook: http://poli.oppono.de/stud_0914_03.jpg

    http://poli.oppono.de/stud_0914_03.jpg
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    Here's a nice rule of thumb: If you need a wall...

    Here's a nice rule of thumb: If you need a wall of text to "justify" a design, that design probably isn't very good. Take Naidy's advice to heart, shape language is one of the most lacking aspects of...
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    SketchBook: Thanks man! Yes, it's been some time since I...

    Thanks man!

    Yes, it's been some time since I did a character piece. Need to get back to that. There were a few weeks where I mainly did portraits (somewhere in the depths of this SB) and I...
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    SketchBook: As far as I know, what Meshfusion does is it lets...

    As far as I know, what Meshfusion does is it lets you do all kinds of boolean actions without any of the hassle they usually cause in subD modelling. But you'd still be using subDs, as far as I...
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    SketchBook: Thanks for the ass-patting diamandis! Yes, I...

    Thanks for the ass-patting diamandis!

    Yes, I am aware of the ongoing debates regarding hardsurface sculpting vs subd modelling (vs NURBS etc.). The thing is that I don't aim and don't want to be a...
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    SketchBook: http://poli.oppono.de/stud_0914_01.jpg

    http://poli.oppono.de/stud_0914_01.jpg
  13. I'll second that. Get Norling: Perspective made...

    I'll second that. Get Norling: Perspective made easy and gurney: Color and Light. That will get you started both on perspective as well as colour- although for the latter nothing beats painting from...
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    I quite like it. Nice fantasy-vibe. I would crop...

    I quite like it. Nice fantasy-vibe. I would crop it tighter though, a lot of the space especially to the right is just empty and doesn't contribute anything to the comp-. it's too obvious that you...
  15. Some cheese with the whine?

    Some cheese with the whine?
  16. A quick technical comment on Aceoko's OP: For the...

    A quick technical comment on Aceoko's OP: For the "lightbeams" to look like that you'd have to have a lot, and I mean really a lot, of particles in the air- water partciles or other (fog/smoke),...
  17. First of all, "speed painting" is not a good idea...

    First of all, "speed painting" is not a good idea at all for someone who doesn't have the fundamentals in place. Pros can make it work because they have their fundamentals and tons and tons of...
  18. Aren't we all =) Just work consciously against...

    Aren't we all =) Just work consciously against it. It's not like you have to give up drawing what you like, it's just that it won't help you hone your skills as much.


    Doesn't have to be vehicles...
  19. Hm, I've had a look at your sketchbook. Now, I...

    Hm, I've had a look at your sketchbook. Now, I don't know how up to date it is or if you post all your studies in there or not, but all I can see in your SB are character drawings/paintings.

    No...
  20. If you're not getting hired, most likely your...

    If you're not getting hired, most likely your work isn't up to scratch. The remedy for that isn't trying (again) to get hired but to improve your skills. Work on your fundamentals (composition,...
  21. Where you're located doesn't really matter that...

    Where you're located doesn't really matter that much. Sure, if you live in LA you'll have a much better chance of getting work in the entertainment industry, film specifically. But apart from that...
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    I assume by voluntary year you mean FSJ? I did...

    I assume by voluntary year you mean FSJ? I did Zivildienst (back when everyone had to serve either in the armed forces or in social institutions) and remember how tough it was to work a fulltime week...
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    SketchBook: Thanks trong! Thanks a lot grey! As to...

    Thanks trong!

    Thanks a lot grey! As to influences, yes, Sargent definately is an influence on that, but I also save every artwork I come across only that has some appealing quality (like nice...
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    SketchBook: Thanks a bunch pindurski! Got much to learn...

    Thanks a bunch pindurski! Got much to learn still, ZBrush is such a powerful tool, I am not even scratching the surface.

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    http://poli.oppono.de/stud_0814_08.jpg
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    I distinctly remember someone posting in here a...

    I distinctly remember someone posting in here a few months ago with that very idea- using oculus rift for virtual life drawing :D
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