hi my name is cao-hsin (pronounced as caution) i work in a games company in brighton. i'm tired of getting drunk everyday.. lets do some art...
Last edited by CAUTION; November 3rd, 2007 at 08:55 AM.
Hey Caution, nice start! Love your understanding of tone. It's a pretty cool habit you have of spreading your images on two pages and making it work! Scarf girl is just beautiful.
Only crits I can think of would be to move towards more realistic faces (it would add to the beauty of your characters) and aside from that you seem to draw super long necks but I'll guess that's a stylization.
Looking forward to seeing more of your work! Later.
thanks i think my tone work could use some more practice though. i only spread across the two pages because i don't like carrying around big sketchbooks in my bag. the scarf girl is supposed to be the angel of death, i'd like to up the standard from that one i think.
i've been trying to draw more realistic people but always seem to draw in a slightly manga type of way. so i guess the exaggeration of the neck is something that just happens. thanks for the crit
really nice works man! I really love your designs in terms of shapes/composition, resembles Mucha in some way!
to be specific most striking to me is the girl/bird sketch and the scarf thingy
keep posting man!
thanks libor, mucha is awesome thanks for the compliment.
http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1194084065 absolutely great! love your abstract works... the people you draw could get a bit more "loose" and dynamic, they still look abit stiff, if you know what i mean.
just stick to it
love the detailing on the tattoo and the bird... hard earned beauty there.. nice.
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stone: thanks, i'm actually designing a mate's tattoo for him in that similar style for his arm. my character work does look very stiff i totally agree, that's why i'm posting my sketchbook on here to improve and learn from people. you can look at something so much that you don't see it anymore. so hopefully this will be like a kick up the butt!
daveneale: likewise, your sketchbook is pretty interesting too! there's alot of dynamic work on it. i think i lack that alot.. want to change! thanks for stopping by!
ruffy: thanks, i think the detailing took longer than it should, but i'm pleased with the results, though i would change alot with hindsight.
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jigokuen: i'm planning on trying different things in the way i work, i think details are good but get distracted by it. i may post the tat design that i'm doing for a friend.. will see. thanks for dropping by!