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April 24th, 2008 #1
Eric Lothspeich's Sketchbook
Here is the first image for my sketchbook! It's a character design I did for my college senior project. I'm still figuring out how to do all of the attachment stuff. This was like 250 KB and I can only upload one or two at a time per post, so I guess I'll do another one tomorrow or something. Critiques are welcome!
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you just have to upload the files individually, Eric. That's a great character sheet, very professional looking. I like the stylish horns or claws around his mouth. It would of been interesting if you brought some color to the wings just so it wasn't b&w.
April 24th, 2008 #3
Got it to work this time
Here is the whole Honey Hazard team. Fire Brigade and Stinger (killer bee) are the enemies.
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Very nice start! Characters are adorable, style is professional, linework is solid. Maybe the shading is a bit too smooth but that's just nitpicking. Can't wait to see some updates, man! And just as Dannelf - I'd love to see some real life studies too.
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April 24th, 2008 #6
More from Honey Hazard
I'll try to get some figure studies up. I've been working on bee anatomy all semester and forgot what people look like But i should be able to get back into it all in 2 weeks after finals and graduation.
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Here are the key points of my semester long design process for Polli. The one at the bottom is January, middle is midterm, and top is final.
September 9th, 2008 #11
Did this for the CoW "Frozen Dinosaur"
April 10th, 2009 #12
I'm trying this new thing where I focus on the overall image instead of individual body parts. Duh, Eric. I'm also trying to improve my weakness…faces. Hands are next. I'm comin for you hands! This image is from The Nude Figure: A Visual Reference for the Artist by Mark Smith. Great book. Highly recommended. More to come soon!
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I like the bee characters too.
April 10th, 2009 #15
May 3rd, 2009 #16Registered User
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Cute and cool!
Your linework is real nice. Are you aiming for the animation industry?
Do you also do life drawing? If you have the possibility I would recommend this over drawing figures from books.
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May 3rd, 2009 #18
Wow - really nice character designs - my only comment would be that I did not get that Polli was a girl from the pictures - awesome stuff - keep posting!
May 3rd, 2009 #19
Your designs and colors work quite well together, both are very soft and pleasing to the eye... Relaxing I would say. The color (shading and saturation basically) reminds me of good and old megaman zero artwork. A little washed out (not in a bad way) and quite flowing.
Good stuff man, post more! I'll be definetly saving it for inspiration!
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Great characters bro!!! I'm liking your style!! Keep postin those bad ass honey bees!
August 26th, 2014 #22
Latest image. Was thinking of a major battle in an alternate 1940's tech-world with battle-airships.
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