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Thread: Johans Sketchbook
May 1st, 2008 #31
JeyHey Johan! It´s fantastic that you fianlly started a sketchbook! Now I can keep an eye on what you´re doing even after we graduate!! ^^ Looking Great! That Shatterd Alliance poster looks a hell of a lot better with proper colours! I superdig the french spy girl and her archnemesis! Jean-pierre, wasn´t it? =D
Looking forward to seeing more!
(and free Tibet!)
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Dannelf- Man tackar! Glad you liked it!
kaktuzlime- yeah finally! Yeah the color did suck on the printed version. thx a lot I will be along shortly to pesture your SB aswell..
Here is some images from a personal projekt where I am trying to expand the visual library in my head and establish a metod for painting fast
The images below took 1 and 1/2 to 2 hours each. They are meant to a General, a noble and soldier.
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May 2nd, 2008 #33
Here some more! They are all meant to apart of the same "people" Imagined that I was doing characters to a fantasy MMO. the top image in post is meant to be from the right, assasin, priest and a secret
police all part of the same religous society.
The second row is a dancer, an noble and a rich traders wife. .. C&C more than welcome
May 2nd, 2008 #34
Here are some more characters I did just for fun. I know an assassain isn't the least painted thing in the world but I just had to paint one. Because they are soooo cool...
May 2nd, 2008 #35
you're brilliant mate! really brilliant. I can feel the cultural influences in the clothing, awesome.
I think it is good that you try to build up speed when painting BUT I think it is more important to focus on getting it right first. Try taking your time to really understand and take in what you are painting. You are doing a great job but try to build up a little more crispness and clearer edges in your art.
You should of course focus on speed as well but a solid foundation is critical as well ^^
This might just be personal preferences though ;p
Cheers mate, keep rocking
May 4th, 2008 #36
Here comes some more character designs Suprise huh? Made for fun!
From left to right a mechanic, a pilot and a soldier in desert pattern assault armour.. ^^
gif us C&C plx!
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May 4th, 2008 #39Meh.
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May 5th, 2008 #40
Here I continue expanding my visual library. I tried took make them look polynesian especially maori, as I think they look really cool.
May 6th, 2008 #41
hi these pieces are both speedys on the rider I mostly focused on getting the dude done. The General took about 4 hours and the lizard dude about 1 and 1/2 hours. hope u guys like em!
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May 10th, 2008 #43
Here are the last characters I made for a personal project in the first 3 I tried a bit of a diffrent method. had a lot of fun doing them. C&C most welcome.
May 10th, 2008 #44
Awesome update dude! yeah just go ahead and pressure me to start my sketchbook. your characters are killin. great costume design skills i must say. keep working and keep em poppin
May 10th, 2008 #45
show us some more
May 19th, 2008 #46
wow! awesome sketchbook man. All these characters are wonderful! My only think I notice is that they seem a bit stiff. Maybe play around with your lines a bit to get a more fluid motion; with more of an s-curve if you know what I'm trying to say. Changing your shapes also helps. Don't be afraid to exagerate proportions a little bit. I'm really like the rendering and use of colors though. Great work.
May 19th, 2008 #47
Your characters are awesome, great, excellent, you know. But then again I'd like to see some enviros with them, as right now they seem like your weakest point, though theres only a few, like 3 images with enviros here.
Anyway 5 stars + bookmarked keep it up.
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hey i like ur pencil art. I'm new here but im 12 and im really good but i need to scan my work so, i dont have a sketch book yet.
Keep up tha good work man
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May 22nd, 2008 #53
hello here's the latests enviroments I have done. the city took about 10 hours and the other took about 5 to make. hope u guys like em. C&C are as always welcome!
dchan- hehe always dude thx a lot..
Farin- thx will do
Toxdel- thx glad u liked them, yeah I know what u mean and I am going to try that out on the next set of characters I am going to do. Starting out with them this week.
Lakka thx dude glad u liked tyhem.. hehe I think you will like this update then
Buckster- thx man! always nice to hear from u!
Sublimus- hahaha yeah I know I think It's contagous cause It keeps happening again and a again. try to medicate it with studies. thx
joseph-fb- Your never to young to start dude.. just keep drawing.
Dan Valkar- thx a lot I will.
May 22nd, 2008 #54
Youve got some really great stuff here man. You have a great sence of sci-fi and just general creativity. Some of the things, though, look a bit off proportion wise. I could be insane and seeing things, but some things just look a bit off. Not that I can comment, your stuff is definitely more on than mine! *laughs* great work, and keep it up!
May 22nd, 2008 #55
Sweet man. I love your drawings.
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May 22nd, 2008 #56
very interesting to see some environments from you mate, I dig the atmosphere in them and the theme.
the first one is very cool but feels a little flat to me. The buildings seem more like stage scenery than a real city, to me that is.
The second one I like a lot more, very nice atmosphere. I would like to see it fading to a more blue;ish tone in the distance (or something or the other^^)
Keep kicking it man!
May 22nd, 2008 #57