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Last edited by binoched; November 10th, 2009 at 12:43 PM.
For the good of the people
Last edited by binoched; September 26th, 2008 at 07:19 AM.
The Creep loves the dark and it loves to creep up on it's unsuspecting victims
Last edited by binoched; September 26th, 2008 at 07:06 AM.
My little tribute to HR Giger
Like how good you rendering abilities are. It shows on your works. The last one is very interesting
A thing that I can notice is that on your first posted piece and the one called "The Creep", the background looks empty and not planned. I mean, they look like an afterthought, and you could take advantage of them to enhance the piecess. Somebody around here told me to think about the background as a complement of the character. It adds to the pieces as well as the main figure. Just something to think about. Hope to see more!
Thanks for the feedback, so far
Last edited by binoched; September 27th, 2008 at 04:16 AM.
Omg this is fun so far! The colooours and the rendering is awesome! I love how cartoony your subjects are, but they are portrayed with oddly realistic-feeling details and values. Fantastic, feels so different to everything I've seen here.
Bilbo, relaxing in the 'shire
Portrait of Nariko
The beautiful Nariko, weilder of the awesome Heavenly Sword.
Nice world lovin the dinosaurs and ships, keep it up.
I would get some anatomy going. Your colors are strict but good, your painting technique is solid. The only thing I see across them all is that the anatomy is weak...
I personally would love to see some looser brush work and some crazier color...more of the stuff in the fighter piece. I likey that one bunches.
Keep up the studying.
Thanks for taking the time to comment. Yeah - I have a slightly exaggerated anatomical style, especially when I portray females. When I'm not doing fantasy type art, I tend towards the more realistic. I started doing the exaggerations years after I graduated Visual Arts in college and for the most part enjoy it. Took a look at your site, I see you too are plagued by this thing called anatomy - Lol, soldier on.
Scanned sketch, painted in Painter.
Inspired by the awesome Spitfire fighter planes of old
Something I was working on for fun. kick ass 'bots!
ill be staying tuned
sketchbook updated October 6th
Thanks for taking the time to look it over
Hey Alex, thanks!