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Hello everyone, everytime i visit this website i`m always amazed by the talent and atmosphere but what really puts a great big smile on my face is looking through peoples sketchbooks and watching them improve, so here is my little contribution.
These are some photo studies and the only remaining pencil sketch that i have left after my scanner broke (cleaned up in photoshop).
Last edited by wanski; April 16th, 2008 at 12:33 PM.
University work - Final Project
University Work - Animation
These are a series of concept images for a stylised animation.
I like this! Scenes like these design! Hope to see more entries!
Think that brings me about up to date, thanks for looking.
Oh and a fish, thanks Windlee
WOW. Nice Envos!
Here you have your high five!
Some anatomy studies and doodles with pencil (had the oppertunity to scan some of them at the weekend)
A few updates to post aswell, all crits are welcomed and very much appreciated.
Thanks theQuill, sorry only just saw your comment there.
Some more doodles and stuff
Heres an updated version of a pic from above and another random environment which needs cleaning up and evolving.
Crits always welcome
thanks for looking
really digin the thumbs,great environments
Quick update, first some landscape speedpaints
Some bird refs and some nudes, thanks for your comment dadushin, still working on anatomy whenever i can.
I love the birds in your last post they feels so unforced and natural like you just laid down a piece of paint and they was there.
Small update, just a speedpaint, trying to work on more interesting perspectives, been refineing it a bit so i guess its more of a wip
Eux: thanks, haha i wish it were that easy
Last edited by wanski; February 21st, 2008 at 12:02 PM. Reason: mistype
Been a while since i updated, here's a WIP of a Mer-creature, no brief just a doodle that i decided to try and render, comments and crits always welcome as usual.
A few life studies, sorry about the bad quality, had to photograph them and the lighting is non too good in my house.
Couple of quickies from this morning
i like the digital work and your figures are really well proportioned, i think you could work a bit more on the way you render them and maybe place a few bolder lines as well