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Thread: Eerin's Sketchbook - UPDATED 5/2
August 1st, 2008 #27
I'm also 17, but this stuff puts me to shame. I need to draw more, haha!
Great sketchbook, I love everything you've posted!
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August 1st, 2008 #29
Wow, you are certainly improving quickly! The figure from post #9 is beautiful, easily one of my favorites in here. You've got a great handle on anatomy, posing, and rendering; I also really like the experimentation with some of your paintings. Inspiring stuff I must say Keep going, I'll definitely be stopping back in!
August 2nd, 2008 #30
RandAlThor Thank you!
twoAsix Well, here's more~ xD
Elz We have plenty of time to improve. And you're SB is great too!
dierat Jason Chan or Justin Sweet level hopefully? O.o and thanks!
Onir You make me all warm and happy. Thank you.
Colored version of the sketch I posted in the previous post. I tried to emulate WoW coloring style. This took entirely too long.
Last edited by Eerin; April 15th, 2010 at 02:53 PM.
August 2nd, 2008 #31
Wow. Your figure studies are beautiful. I wish I knew about CA when I was 17 >.< haha. You're well on your way! Keep it up! Post more figure studies. I'm watching you.
August 2nd, 2008 #32
Woah... your works are so impressive! Wonderful ideas.. *sigh*
I love #9 .. it's so simple and tho beautiful.
Simply awesome sb!
Cheers, I'll be back! ;D
August 2nd, 2008 #33
there is some very impressive stuff in this thread, good job! I'm sensing a pretty strong Jason Chan influence, that's awesome!!
I do have a crit though:
Be careful using textures and pattern brushes, they have a tendency to flatten your 3D forms pretty drastically.
When using textures or weird pattern brushes, try warping them to the forms you're applying them. Try either using the warp tool in Photoshop, Liquefy filter, or on your brushes set the roundness jitter to pen tilt (if you have an intuos tablet).
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August 3rd, 2008 #34
August 5th, 2008 #35
great work Eerin....I mean you are going to art school next....just stay focused and work it out...you've got a great start..are you in some sort of art school now?
I don't know much about the school you are going to (or any for that matter)...hopefully you get some good teachers and meet a couple of cool artists who have similar interests.
I definitely like where you are headed.
August 5th, 2008 #36
Wow, some stunning work here. Your colour choices are striking, and all before your 17! I agree with Algenpfleger, Your already dammn good, but by the time you finish school you will be amazing. You know, assuming you don't get work before you finish school, which at this rate, you probably could.
Can't wait to see more
August 5th, 2008 #37
You got some down right gorgeous stuff going here. I like the colours and the figure studies are a treat. You should do more studies on facial anatomy, not that your'e faces are bad, they are just a bit anonymus.
Great stuff, and rock on, and WORK HARDER
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August 5th, 2008 #38
DUDE! am gonne be watching your every freaking move!
you rock you serouisley do
I so have to get as good as you in the next 3 years hahaha
Serouisley though awesome awesome just awesome works
Those pencils are super nice and you have a very nice understanding.
Your painting are very cool and your concepts are just killers
O.o everything is so good
I gotta my eyes on you
keep it up
August 8th, 2008 #39
alleluia thank you! I actually found CA when I was 16
Autumnal Dream Thanks! I really like that coloring style too. Maybe I should color more like that
anhedonic analog Thank you so much for the suggestion!!
algenpfleger cheers~ but I sure am a long way from where you are at :-)
tzim-tzum never attend an art school (just graduated high school two months ago or so). Planning to though, this coming year!
Asire Hahaha, I sure hope so
Mischeviouslittleelf thank you for the crit! I DO need to make faces more particular for sure!
lilnebo why, thank you~~ and I'm sure you will
Here's a different version of that same WoW figure I posted in the previous post. I was asked to make it look colder and more detailed...
Last edited by Eerin; April 15th, 2010 at 02:58 PM.