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May 5th, 2008 #1
Sketchbook 2011-!!!2011 HERE we go (page 91 COLOSSAL UPDATE) :) --->
(LOOK AT THE LATER PAGES for new stuff)
THANX FOR LOOKING to my JOURNEY!!!
Ok i think my old sketchbook is already dead . I was missing for a long time but that didnt stopped me from keep working. I will start this new sketchbook for this year, and i will start with some pictures that i did recently. I have more "new" works but i cant post them all now
Tell me what you think guys, i really need critics and opinion,wanna do everything to get into game industry
I will keep posting as soon as possible
Here is a slideshow of some pictures(+the above)i just found it interesting in photobucket :
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May 5th, 2008 #2
Hey mate, welcome to a fresh new start:]
Looking good! Do you use a wacom board? In that case I think you can do some nice shading in the pirate and navy piece, especialy on the hard edges at the bottom of the drawings. Just to loose it up some!
Your pencils are nice and clean, just keep up the anatomy studies and you will do great!
May 5th, 2008 #3
Thnx pal. No i dont have wacom tablet(i hope i will get some day). I work with the mouse for years now hahahahhaha . They are done with mouse, at least the pictures that are pure digital(the same for the colored ones) are all done with mouse in photoshop or opencanvas.
May 6th, 2008 #4
ok here just a quickie that i have done in opencanvas.
and some randoms also created in opencanvas
Last edited by kingkostas; May 6th, 2008 at 09:48 PM.
May 7th, 2008 #5
I wish i had more time to post more clear and not quick sketches.
A quicky sketch.
May 8th, 2008 #6
I used a ref image to take the pose for this woman.
And some head and face sketchies
and a face that i had made in B&W now with some color
Last edited by kingkostas; May 8th, 2008 at 06:54 PM.
August 1st, 2008 #7
My sketchbook is starving so i have to feed it .I know i may seem lazy cause i dont update my sketchbook but its not like that.Due to work my time is not enough to scan edit and post the images i do.I work everyday.
Check these pieces
August 1st, 2008 #8
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August 4th, 2008 #15
Some enviroment studies.Damn i need help to get better with enviroment and te conection of it with characters.If i dont my works will be always incomplete.
They are speedies
i will soon upload more things
August 5th, 2008 #16
You are one awesome fella!
I get what you mean with the pose maniacs and will try it thank you for the tip am sure it'll be very handy.
Your art is super good, you anatomy is awesome, you have a very good understanding and an awesome graspe of all your foundations
I really like all your concepts and i think your rendering is super awesome.
I wanna give you an idea even though you probably already might do this and you have amazing concepts but i think it should be fun when you have some time:
First thing before you start the piece, research on a subject your intersted in, wether it's football, or space ships, or a culture or a religion.
Do some researches and look at images, understand more about your subject and just learn as much about it as you can in that short time.
Then take your paper/tablet and start a concept, try to base it on the thing you were just looking at and learning from, if it was football, try to come up with a new way in which the game will look in the future, the costumes, what the players might look like. And you can put all of this in 1 sketch for example
Football in the future:
You have a player standing up right, you designed his costume/clothes/ equimpment, then there is a ball next to him, the ball could be holographic.
The football player could be equipped with shoes which somehow allow the players to jump much higher and their outfit is more protective because the game has gotten much more violent.
Well i hope that gives you a bit of an idea because that can be a very fun way to explore new concepts and designs.
Keep it up man your doing great!
August 6th, 2008 #17
Thank you lilnebo .
Well you now talked about something that i research currently.Thnx for the info .You know after the WATER FOUND ON MARS lol and their ideas of future migration on mars and other things that i was thinking about, lately i do a lot of research.I want to find one more reason that i want to become a concept artist.
Ok firstly i would like to be able to make my living but after that i have a dream to also help world.As you can see a lot of artworks and films used to show things that now really exist.
I think we as "artists" can do more things and not just simply able to draw.Every artist lines are unique
NOW LETS UPDATE!!!
(because i had many drawings i decide to make them all in one versions)
August 6th, 2008 #18
fun work here. Your sense of volume is really consistent and you have a good value range even pn your early sketches. I would love to see your painted work.
For Science- Sketchbook!
August 6th, 2008 #19
Thnx you very much Science .And yes ill try to practice in painting those characters and also in quick enviroments.
see ya and thnx for stopping by
August 8th, 2008 #20
Great dramatic poses and lighting (top down on a few characters)...very nice looking.
You have some nice style to your characters, though I still think even more realistic studying will benifit! just a few reference studies here and there go a long way (even grey scale to keep em quick).
The digital sketching of your environments feels unconfident! Keep trying those and get a nice blocking and value range down as efficiently as possible - study some images of real environments and do 30 min speedpaints of them...im sure you will find massive improvement. Fun designs and ideas, just keep pushing in new directions
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August 8th, 2008 #21
Great looking stuff in here! You have some good spacial structure work going on in your sketches. Your characters really seem to be filling the spaces as opposed to sitting in front of them. I will keep checking back.
August 10th, 2008 #22
very nice ideas man.. post some more ^^
SKETCHBOOK!! -> http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=132959
August 10th, 2008 #23
i love your style and the way you ink! wonderful to look at
August 10th, 2008 #24
Cool line,very worth learning.
August 11th, 2008 #25
Thank you so much all of you.I was on holidays for just 4 days so i havent post nothing for now.I will soon update.
Jakers:Thnx i will try it out
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Forsience:Thnx pal , yes i think now that i see it better it have a problem with the leg
Brun:Thank you very much , ill do the best i can
ill soon update
August 13th, 2008 #30
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