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August 2nd, 2007 #1
We are of peace , always!
The members here bring about such a motivational backdrop to the whole community and i hope i can contribute too!
Not easy to keep the sketchbook constantly running , but i'll definately try to keep up ,
I have some kinda disorder for only showing the better stuff and not the messy random stuffs that i keep ,hopefully shedding away this conscious behavior in the habit of keeping a sketchbook.
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August 2nd, 2007 #3
This is an excellent start to a sketchbook, it looks like you've got a firm grasp on anatomy and I think you'll do quite well here. Make sure to soak up some of the local art, we've got bonified professionals roaming these forums, they're always a good place for insparation.
Elwell and Mentler are probably the heaviest posters around here and they have some cool stuff. Though I don't know if those two in particular are professionals, I'd presume so.
Oh and make sure to put a link to your sketchbook in your sig, I see you don't have it their yet. It's a great way to get input.
I think the problem with pen&ink is that there is no Ctrl+z command.
writers and artists have a lot in common -- we both draw from life, we both paint pictures, and we'll both spend to many sleepless nights on our work.
My (new) sketchbook: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=100982
My (old) Sketchbook:http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=88773
August 2nd, 2007 #4
Dude! That's one fancy and beatiful valentines card. Mine usually have a stupid rabbit, cat or bear holding a flower!
Love the process too!
my sketches, and rants.
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August 2nd, 2007 #6
wow! sweeeet!! lots of lovely solid stuff in here.
you've got a new fan
August 2nd, 2007 #7
wow, lovely work dude!
August 2nd, 2007 #8
Beautiful work! Love it all. The tech-women and fairy-eater are my favs.
Wouldn't mind seeing bigger and more tuts
Do you use photoshop only?
Thanks for sharing
August 2nd, 2007 #9
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August 2nd, 2007 #11
Awesome. Those last two are great, the robotic chick and the lizard thing are really cool. The Asian chick(your ex?) looks cross-eyed, though...is she? No disrespect meant, just curious. If she's not, it needs fixed, but I'm sure you've already seen it. Anyhow, great SB, you've got skills.
Watch out for Piranhas
August 2nd, 2007 #12
Great start to a sketchbook. Love seeing your progress shots.
Look forward to seeing more.
my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997
www.sevans.co.nz , visit them or a puppy dies!
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Nice, I like that chick in the 2nd post and the last portrait from the first post. Nice renderin' all around. Keep posting.
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August 2nd, 2007 #15
Can I ask you how you get your highlights? On my paintings, it seems that no matter how high up I go, it always isn't the sheen that it seems on yours. Is it kind of the arrangement you have the dots of light, like on here:
They look bright on first glance but then on closer inspection they look like regular bright colours, but I just can't get mine to look like that. Is it the kind of brush you use, the colours surrounding the light, etc?
Sorry if I sound kind of demanding =/
August 3rd, 2007 #16
Well as for me , on reaching the highlights , i must constantly be aware of the surrounding values , and to hit the right brightness ,the surrounding value mustnt be as bright as to compete with the highlight itself,Since the highlight is after all a type of focus point.(ps. i dont use any other brush other than hardbrush and softbrush in ps)
And you may want to try this , i nvr really use white as a highlight as maximum value (i try to not over exhaust the potential of the brightness) if everything goes mega shiny , the work kinda lose attention. I use basic colour contrast like a warm skin should apply a baby cyan as highlight. Or yellow.
In some cases u can define highlight by using extremely small spots or specks of supercharged colours , n placing it around randomly would give it a pore like texture.
And for some practices i also learned that the sharpness of the highlight depends on the surface , a wet or moist , oily surface tend to catch Sharp specks of highlight.
(:/) I am afraid thats the best i can translate...Hope it helps in abit.
August 16th, 2007 #17
August 16th, 2007 #18
wow, you are so talented! If only it was as easy as you make it look!
I must admit, I wouldn't mind seeing more tutorials!
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August 16th, 2007 #24Registered User
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dude...wow...great stuff i loved it!
pld: NEED CRITIQUE! But BEWARE your Eyes might BLEED OUT of YOUR eye SOCKETS <---cause I really suck and haven't done shit pld:
My Sketch Book!
August 16th, 2007 #25
August 21st, 2007 #26
Very nice work there! I especially like the pencils you did for the school journal. Inspiring yet again.
My Sketchbook---> http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...t=76667&page=4
Comments and help greatly appreciated! Thanks a million!
September 26th, 2007 #27
Urg . . . sorry to spam ,but heres to the link for other finished works....
and i don't know if its just me or the colour settings in other monitor just screw my works up...http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=98389
and my sketchbook din really feels like a sketchbook anyhow....school has been strenious especially for a perfectionist.. I'll cope
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September 27th, 2007 #29
Wow, some really great stuff in here. Favorites are the cyborg chick, and the pencils in post # 17. I was wondering for you paintings what kind of brush settings do you normally use? ( such as flow, opacity settings) or do you just set them both to pen pressure? Just wondering, since I'm currently working on a painting, and think the build up of my strokes and how I'm using the settings probably aren't the most effective way. Oh wanted to comment on the cyborg painting, in the step by step, I think the eyes would have looked pretty insane in black.
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