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here's a quick update, first day for classes at Univ. of Arizona. 1st painting of spring 2011.
great line work and color choice Thirteen :)
wanted to send you some mad props for how much you've improved from your first post and what is great is that we can see your progression! Bravo!
marcotronic: Thank you for the kind words.
Long time no update! Need to remedy that...
Here's my take.
Scorge - Very freaky!
cool stuff everyone
This one was fun :)
First Daily sketch:
it actually became somethings more than just a sketch cause I liked the gesture to much. ^.^
Great theme and great creations to boot!...
AMAZING JOB EVERYONE! Love the number of High Quality works as well as the newcomers! See you all next round.
Vic interesting creature designs. next time I would push focus on shading and not...
Concept: The Warpul and the ninjrat in the slums of Vespine City
The Warpul travels from city to city in search of company and food. Prior to colonization many Warpuls lived...
Scorge: The design of your creature is believable. Overall a good job, the shield plates are illustrated with meaning which was clearly thought out. The feathers feel like an after thought and...
Concept: Rainbow Rollers
These herbivores rely on their sight for survival due to their lack of ears and diluted sense of smell. Their sight also has evolved to play an...
here's the colors of my "Rainbow roller" obviously still need to make it rolling. Will probably reduce the palette though.
@arri-att: WIP means Work In Progress. :)
very interesting rollers guys!
I worked on mine last night. Inspiration from the birds of paradise who use their feathers for mating only. As they roll they show off their flashy colors to the...
@ Pretentieuse: thanks for my first comment on my sketchbook! I really do need to get some more figure studies in.:lifedrawing:
On a Terrestrial planet, light years from earth, lives the Razorcat. Usually living in packs, these horse-sized felines can move at extremely fast speeds...
Awesome entries a lot of different directions I didn't expect!
Ok took the sketch I made last night and put together an environment that shows off the speed of the creature. Let me know what you...
wow your work is really showing a lot of progress! If you haven't done so I suggest downloading the Loomis PDF file (if you google you will find it) This will help you gain a better understanding of...
ME: ok so here is my current WIP...a member of the weasel family that had bone growths on its head and pelvis to increase aerodynamics. About the size of a mountain lion...has barbs on its twin tails...
So far it all looks awesome!
Si Swi: Dang man this is a scary creature, reminds me a lot of Alien Planet Darwin 4's "Skewer". except it was birthed by the devil! Awesome!
NickTrip: Really reminds...
summer's here and it's time to update the sketchbook.
Concept: Camelus Aquas
The Water Hoarders are even-toed ungulates within the genus Camelus, bearing distinctive water pouches on its neck, stomach, and tail. These pouches acquire...
I wanted to let you know you've got a nice grapple on male anatomy and you use the block technique really well. I myself need to spend more time on it. Congrats on these studies at such a young...
Andrew Sonea: very interesting. It's a hunchback dragon right now, I don't know if your going for that or not but it's interesting. Look out with those wings cause right now they don't have joints...
platingaurd: If your starting over then nvm. But if your starting over on a new dragon look at some anatomy of dragons, they shouldn't since their are millions of books.
I would also try drawing...