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You're definitely improving. I'd do more face studies if I were you.
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Looks good, I think it may need a bit more depth though, some of the rocks look a bit flat
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April 28th, 2008 #130
ninjacat11: Thanks for stopping by man! Your spot on with the assessment on my faces. They seem to have this generic like quality.
Valadilene:Thanks love! will work on the lighting to improve that pic.
April 28th, 2008 #131
Yo Joey Kaffinated! Thanks for gettin me off my can to update my book.
Yours is lookin sicky! I dig the water creature the mostest...
'eres lookin at you kid!
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April 29th, 2008 #132
You Have A
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May 1st, 2008 #133
S!R: No problem on getting you to update the good book. You seem to be coming along in leaps and bounds! Thanks for stoping by my SB. I gotta put some more time on the water guy... hopefully this weekend.
mentler: Its a honor for having you stop by. Cant really offer and C&C on your work other than HOLY BALLS! that is amazing!
WIP for my CGS class...im surprised on how farm my digital painting has come with this class.
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that bodybuilder is coming out nicely. You really copped out on the face though. Just remember to treat the face like the rest of the body, just shapes and values and hues! Dont' think "oh this is a nose" or "this is an eye"
Also, after looking through your stuff, my biggest critique is to slow down and concentrate a bit more. Speedies are okay, but you'll learn a lot more from long studies. Color matching is hard without having a strong sense of values first. Try some greyscale value studies and only concentrate on the values and edges...see where those get you
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May 8th, 2008 #141
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Dude, your Hogarth is impressive. I have Studied from him twice in a year and a half time. I plan to go for a third to see what happens. I will keep you posted on when they are available.
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hey cool crab their! Planning to go all out on deep? The underwater Robot hero is worth a colour paint, maybe in a different pose? Maybe photo referencing colours for environments would help a little. I'm not sure if you want to develop your enviro's but really trying to 'see' the correct colours will make enviro's from imagination alot easier. Muscle man study looks good but no nipples lmao!
May 20th, 2008 #146
Dear Jason M,
Can I come to your school and work my ass off in the name of learning art and learning about myself?
As now i have been hit by the haze of sleep.....first i must get to replys.
mellongcreate: Thanks, I do plan on going for the gusto in DEEP. The underwater robo is indeed going to get the paint treatment. Muscle Man was born with no nips
SinusAnimus: Thanks, go for more Horgarth and also try some Loomis anatomy studies.
humanNature6115: Thanks, On my way to checking your SB!
Hive_minD: Its now with face!
The above I shall be stopping by your SB's really soon...like after my smoke break in 10 mins.
He is a enviro idea for DEEP.
PS: I need to practice my values asap.
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May 20th, 2008 #148
more reffed stuff dude! Build that imagination up with referenced studies! Your brain demands it!!!! Especially with the blues in your waters...they're just super....blue.
I dunno if I've told you to do this before, but do all these exercises: peer project. I expect to see them! Also give this a few reads over, there's good info here on ...stuff: prom's art tut
drawing from imagination is fun, but you need info up there to work from first
May 21st, 2008 #149
quite the world of warcraft fan arn't you
The mysteries that lie in the mountain are not for the mind of a mortal
May 21st, 2008 #150
Texahol: Here is a from life ref. Will get to posting the peer project work soon.
Shadow Of A Mountain: More of im surrounded by a group of friends constantly talk about it. So I decided to illustrate their stories instead of setting there lost in the crowed and play wow 24/7. I decided to draw some of the canon of WOW while hopefully getting better in my art skills.
Thanks for stopping by the SB!