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April 26th, 2008 #14
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Here are some creature variants I did for a game in school, wasn't sure wich direction we where going when i did these. So some of them kind of points in different directions.Still old stuff but I wanted to so you who I am as an artist! They are alla speedys!
April 26th, 2008 #16
wow i really like your concepts with the grey scale.
the right leg of the last pic in post 15 looks like it is too long and i think the heel would have to lift up for the foot to be in that position.
April 26th, 2008 #17
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April 26th, 2008 #19
hehe, finally some action from you here man, glad to see you at CA.
I really enjoy your character design, the costumes and cultural variety is awesome.
When you create your different greyscale/rough creatures you could go more wild and create a wider variety rather than making those minor changes.
I think that you are somewhat over-defining the muscles when you paint, making them look like there are no skin.
Really cool designs though, and you are fast man ^^
April 26th, 2008 #20
April 27th, 2008 #21
Glass eye- thanx man, Yea! u are right the leg never ends thx for the input.
dchan- Thx a lot for your support man
Grafguy- Hehe thx glad u liked em and the fatty one
Buckster- Heeey! Yeah took me awhile. hehe but now it's time kill those posts. Glad u liked em. Hmm yeah I think I need to losen upp some and just go crazy. thx for the input.
humanNature6115- Thx a lot!
April 27th, 2008 #22
Hey here's another update!
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Wow, really nice characters! I would give a leg to have such good ideas for cloth and armor! From where do you get the ideas?
Watch my Sketchbook!
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April 29th, 2008 #25
Here comes more stuff!
F3E- hehe thank you, everywhere I read a lot and look att lots of movies I try use the references in my head as much as possible.
algenpfleger- thx a lot
I would love if you guys could give me tips on how to inprove my inviroments the one below became a bit to devoid of life and feels stiff, at least i does to me. So if you peeps have some insight please share it, love to hear what you think about the rest aswell
The last image is a Poster I made for the game hope u guys like it, this is the last of the stuff I did to the School game.
April 29th, 2008 #26
Cool stuff man. Keep in mind where your light comes from ! Try to make some more dramatic lighting so we can more easily watch what you want us to see and add depth at the same time.
You seem to have a pretty nice visual library to pick in for your characters and creatures, but keep looking !