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January 25th, 2010 #541
Looking at your SB i see progress.
I like the color studies! Try working more with deeper values, giving your images deeper contrast. Also try mixing is some less saturated colors.
Also do more anatomy studies.
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January 25th, 2010 #542
Lyno-hey Lyno thanks for droping by and thanks for the point out about the hands to your tottaly right, gona have to really make sure to pay attention to the proportions of the hands compaired to the figure. I recently read that hands can tell alot about the character so gona have to do a ton of hand studys. Im so horrid at drawing hands from mind esspecially in my last 2 characters ive done
R a n d i s-Thanks alot for stoping by Randis its really an honor, your works mind blowing. But yeah ill keep up the color studys and really need to stop slacking on the anatomy/figure studys. Still have so much to learn color wise its like a whole nother world in art I want to learn.
another warm up rough sargent study latley its kinda been like a ritual for me to do a sargent study right when I wake up. then a still life i think i went way to saturated for alot of the colors and having a hard time making it look like it has weight/balance to it on the cutting board. then a Railey H portrait study and a quick enviroment photo study.
Thanks again for all the comments everyone each one evolves my art in a new direction time for some figure studys
January 25th, 2010 #543
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January 25th, 2010 #545
I like your brush use quite a bit. I think the last enviro needs some tweaks though: The background needs to be pushed back by adding more atmospheric perspective and maybe play more with the colours.
I like teh flat surface you created on the roofs. Brushwise you are very good!
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January 25th, 2010 #546
hey there Omerta, great sketches!! im really digging your pencil sketches. i can see tons of potential paintings in each of them. your digital work is coming along nicely too! i like that loose/abstract cityscape alot! it reminds me of some of the concepts for mirrors edge. those nice saturated oranges in the mix work really well! keep it up!
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January 25th, 2010 #547
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January 26th, 2010 #548
Sorry it took me a while to stop by.
Looks like you're making some great progress. I especially like these studies:
They've got superb rhythm and flow.
Also, this design is rockin (liking the duo-tone palette):
Looking forward to see more.
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January 27th, 2010 #549
bagtaggar-thanks alot man yeah ill deffinatly have to get more consious about proportions.
Peetaer-thanks dude its cool people are seeing progress just gotta stay focused and draw/paint everyday
Janos-hey sup man thanks for droping by yeah im still trying to find brushes im most comfotable using. Latley its just been like stock photoshop brushes a flat brush and a texture brush.
NickyBeats-Thanks haha yeah i need to start bringing my abominations to life now.
HumbleEgo-Thanks for droping by ^^ yeah i gotta get back on track with the figure studys been slacking on them. im looking forward to seeing your badass upadtes aswell.
sargent study 1 hour and 30 minutes into it, really trying to observe his brush economy and how his colors affect the mood of his paintings. Fun stuff
then some bridgemen hand studys the last 2 characters i did from mind i tottaly failed with the hands. gotta start thinking more about what im doing before i lay down the pencil.
and finally the start to a local band logo gona try my hardest to make it look sick for them.
January 27th, 2010 #550
real sweet stuff so far man! went back to your first page and was blown away with the amount of progress you've made! seems like just recently you've really started to explode though, would love to see some more anatomy work but just keep at it man, those studies must be payin off.
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January 28th, 2010 #551
Thanks so much for dropping by my sketchbook Your work is damned awesome! I really like your sketches the best.My Sketchbook:http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=163763
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January 28th, 2010 #552
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January 28th, 2010 #553
Benjie- Benjie! sup dude! thanks for the support bro, yeah i think its the Crimson Daggers study group its really making me want to learn and study everyday. Youve been progessing so much to man, ill be looking out for your updates. Ill keep these anatomy/figure studys up though
Trisscar-hehe thanks i still suck though
palladium-hey sup man yeah ill be taking that demon monster abomination thing to finish its gona be for a band logo. thanks for the continious feedback
Ladybug study with this painting was trying to observe how soft and hard edges create focal points and draw the viewer deeper into the picture.
then worked on my sargent study alittle more, added the deers, was lazy today on it.
then 1 bridgemen hand study and 2 frazetta hand studys
Last edited by Jamie Romoser; January 28th, 2010 at 07:34 PM.
January 28th, 2010 #554
hey man, I'm loving the studies your attitude is too good I love how you vary what you're doing so much really keeps your stuff fresh
Keep up the good work man[ahr-ki-tay-lor]
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January 28th, 2010 #555
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