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This topic will be handy for all those who are going to be working for video games, movies and such. Make an awesome piece for the portfolio.
I'm sure most of you have never done one of these before.
But I know you've for the skills to pull it off.
Anyone ages 13-19 may submit an entry at any time before the deadline. Please host your image on a remote image-hosting site instead of uploading it to the CA server. This makes it much easier to transfer it to the poll thread.
Turn around bounty hunter. You must show a FRONT, SIDE, and BACK view of your design. Preferably in a neutral pose, think about if you were handing this to a 3d modeler.
The bounty hunter can be from any age, doesn't have to be a Starwars version. Can be male or female, creature, robot or man.
Please add a small description or storyline. We don't want a five page essay but make it nice, brief, and to the point. Especially if there is something in your design which needs explaining.
Add a border around your image with your name and the topic, like they do with the other of the week challenges.
Saturdat, August 25th at midnight PST
Two weeks. Plenty of time. Even if its a sketch its good to show your ideas.
Wooo! I'm on it! Fresh off the last one, I am pumped to improve!
I've been trying to find time to do one of these for the last two challenges. I'm finally off of school so I'm definately in on this one.
Yey another challenge...haha you know when i first glanced at the Title For This thread, i thought it meant a Turn Around as in a bounty Hunter who had a sudden change of heart and became Social Worker or something?? hehe..anyway should be a good one.
This is great, i need to try
Lines look a little shaky Angus, but your shading is really bringing it out and it's looking good. Nice texture on the armour.
I'm working on something
Here's my progress for now.
I resized the mechanical foot as it was oddly proportioned.
I'm lost on ideas for the cape. Maybe some embroidery like the kilt? I'm also going to include a non-helmeted head shot.
Im so in for this, expect my entry soon, as in tomorow!!!
Im in too...
Check out my sketchbook!
Scary stuff angus, I like it, no crits from me yet
Here's a glimpse of mine -
I think I need to make her look a little more badass, not too sure. I'll see
I'm with purple rose on this, though I may miss the deadline - I'm moving into college between then and now and we all know that means death.
It's crit time !
@ Jake; I think it's important for you to keep the design simple, try to use textures and glow effects very sparingly. It's better to just paint the stuff in with a simple round brush at the point where you are now I think. The busy background in the last image you posted is kkindof distracting. You could try to use a gradient for background in all your images. It usually looks very calm, and it's not as flat as a single colour would be.
Try to vary the light colours from the dark ones. For example, when you use green as a highlight, don't use it as a shadow too
And last but not least; the dark outlines look a little messy, if you have them on a separate layer, try to erase the blurry outlines so you have clean readable lines left. Also you can try to vary in lineweight, so that on the darker parts the line is thicker than on the lighter parts.
Well, I hope I helped a little. I'm looking forward to seeing your final.
@ TheDonut; nice face it's a little dark I must say, you could try putting some highlights on the nose and cheekbones to make it a little more interesting. Otherwise, it's looking very nice so far!
I'm not gonna say I'm joining in this time because if I do, I probably don't So maybe I'm gonna enter now when I don't sign up for it
Does this look any better?
@ TheDonut; yes, but more because of more detail.. I was thinking.. The main problem you have with her at the moment is that she doesn't look very tough.. Try making her eyes a bit bigger (wider), and narrowing them a bit vertically so she looks a little daring or something. Right now you can see most of the iris, that gives her a sort of frightened, sad look. You could also try to have her mouth have a little more expression. I'll try a paintover tomorrow if I have time, to show you what I mean Keep a mirror at hand and see which expressions could work. But also, as you need to do a turn around, don't spend tůo much time on the face ^^ it has to look right, but not over detailed, because in the full version you won't see all the details.
Ah well.. Gonna sleep now..
Check out my sketchbook!
I'm working on the side and back views as I go along, they're well underway, don't worry
Thanks for the comments, appreciate it