welcome to my sb!
welcome to my sb!
Last edited by the lying prophet; September 24th, 2007 at 02:54 AM.
here are some of my old anatomy sketches. fyi, this guy appeared on the first "Blade" movie. Well according to our instructor...
Welcome to CA. Can't remember seeing that guy in Blade O.o.
thanks for the welcome! yeah me neither... hmmm maybe he appeared for 5 seconds and got killed by blade... i dunno...
a drawing of a monster which seems to be pretty surprise with the bird perched on his shoulder. i could imagine the monster screaming "I'M NOT A F*CKING TREE!!!". so there we go...
Very cool start! The anatomy study is pretty awesome. Post some more!!!
Everyone's creative acts, whatever they may be, make constructive form out of the apparent formlessness of our lives ~ Rollo May
thanks chief shobukin! i will.
okay, after weeks of learning photoshop and painter, i needed a break. so i have to switch back to pencils (HB is what i prefer). so these are two character designs i came up with...
Last edited by the lying prophet; June 30th, 2007 at 06:02 PM.
Nice pencil work! I think your stuff would look even better.in black Col Erase or other colored pencil, on smooth paper. It's so much nicer than graphite IMO
really great stuff so far! That first anatomy excercise looks really helpful, I dont know how well I'd be able to keep my attention throughout it, though.
its obvious you are very talented, your character designs are really well done, they just don't seem to look finished. I KNOW YOU CAN DO IT!
ah yes... COL ERASE and PRISMACOLORS... i've tried them but i still need to learn how to render with it in a clean way, just like carlos huante does (fyi,one of the best artist in the world). also, does anyone know a good smooth paper?? yeah i know it looks unfinished.... i'll do better next time 28chelseaslater... thank you for the comment...
Yes, I have the Carlos Huante Gnomon vids. One of the ways he gets those soft tones is to smudge with a tissue wet with alcohol. Probably smudges with dry too. Personally I like to render with carefully laid, slightly curving hatch lines, which is how many of the old masters rendered. Try laying down some tone and smudging with your finger or use the side of the lead.
For the paper, just use a good layout bond, marker paper, or copy paper. Smooth bristol board is alot sturdier and permanent, but I find the surface to hard. The other papers have a soft feel.
sweet! thanks ArtznCraphs. I'll keep that in mind.
these are some old works... actually my first try in coloring digitally. It was for my character and object design class, and we have to come up with some characters base on the seven deadly sins. So these guys are lust, sloth and gluttony, respectively. man, i still need to learn more about digital painting. please, could anyone help me improve my style? thanks.
Last edited by the lying prophet; June 29th, 2007 at 09:45 PM.
From one Prophet to another...i have to say really nice work and an excellent start.haha i love the piece with the little birdy sat on his arm..That latest piece is really cool too..
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