Oi Oi Lyno. Longtime no visit. Thought i'd stop by and see your progress. Awesome work on the frazetta studies, and your progress is intense. Your really starting to push the narrative in your pieces. Cant think of any crits right now, except... post more!! ;-)
Hey man, Im seeing some great stuff but also some areas where improvements can be made, watch your compositions and some structural things on your anatomy/character studies. Painting hands are extremely tough so id draw it out on paper if its easier and import it into your painting program and go from there. Keep it up!
Hey Lav , yes I did, for the background I used a photo of the Netherlands. I also used a photo of an elevator for the stairs. It speeds up my process and you can easily obtain some textures and details but you always have to tweak afterwards.
man man man, your work is stunning! especially when I'm looking at page one and this one really love the mirror's edge like environment with the orange ^^ I like your work and I'll be following this SB from now on! *bookmarked*
i like it so far, but i know you can do more, for example some interesting environment lighting. I wish i could paint as well as you but i keep favoring pencil and ink myself
Are you currently freelancing or what are you up to these days?
Last edited by Lav; December 11th, 2010 at 03:03 PM.
I think you would want to have the green of the jumper a hell of a lot more saturated for it to be bouncing green light onto the characters right hand. Also I think the hand it self needs more attention because its not reading very well, I know the thumb is there but its hidden and kind of blends into the jumper. I admire what your doing here though, practicing for the type of jobs youd like to do