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Hello everyone this is my first post here at CA, and I'm really looking forward to hearing some comments of all the badass artists here! I really need help so spare me no pain, let me know what you think! Some of these are still a work in progress, and I forgot to touch these up in PS but bear with me I'll have more updates soon without all the creases, smears,..etc.
(a fellah copy/study):
Thanks for checkin me out!
Last edited by mchammer75040; June 30th, 2008 at 03:39 PM.
Hey McHam, welcome to ca.org. Its always nice to see new talent around here, and from what i can see your off to a very solid start. I think your spot on with the proportions in your figure work and you have some really juicy line weight going on there, kudos. I think with a bit of work on getting a good tonal range with the pencils and pushing some of the key areas of your drawings your gonna be one of the pros around here pretty soon ;-) Keep up the good work man, and keep posting ;-)
Wow thanks man! Coming from a badass artist like you means alot! Looking at your book is very motivating!
On this I havent finished the face or hands...mostly cause its driving me insane with how ugly his face always comes out:
A frazetta study that didnt scan that well but looks okay, Im only about 25% into it:
Just some random body sketches, nothing fancy:
Thanks for the comment man!
Last edited by mchammer75040; June 23rd, 2008 at 01:21 PM.
Two quick sketches I put up on a scanner both only about 50% done..
The scanner couldnt catch the full image on this one:
Quick frazetta sketch:
New study about 2 weeks update:
put more contrast on your works!
Thanks for the comment! Thats what Im workin on now. heres a piece I worked on for my photoshop class:
Stay tuned from some stuff from imagination land..soon..
Well I've been a way for awhile so here is a recent update of some gestures and facial studies. Some of the paper is not of the best quality so I apologize...more to come soon.
Gesture studies from slo-mo videos and posemaniacs (average 15 to 30 secs.):
This was something I did loosely based on a gnomon video I was watching:
A couple of graphic design pieces:
Last edited by mchammer75040; October 20th, 2009 at 10:48 PM.