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I'll just post my progress, and whatever i happen to think looks online worthy as often as i can. Please leave comments
Last edited by The Dream Walker; July 4th, 2008 at 12:29 AM.
Ill be sure to have lots more digi stuff soon.
quick little girl study:
rendering from life:
learning to render with charcoal:
technical perspective practice:
Last edited by The Dream Walker; July 4th, 2008 at 12:28 AM.
im not too great at enivronments, but im learning...
this mornings speedpaint:
really iam so interested in your posts continue a show us more soon
people are rubbish not to give you another comment! lol
your stuff is exciting
i like art too
thanks very much for the comments
im a student currently on summer holiday now, so i should have plenty of time to keep this up. your replies keep me eager to continue practicing
1hour speedpaint (bit dodgy)
3D anatomy practice
ill be posting more paper stuff once i find a working scanner
Just thought it might be helpful to others to see how i approach speedpainting.
I literally just start with random squiqqles or shapes, squint my eyes, then go with the flow. Finishing touches are usually sorting out the levels and hues:
im no professional, but i remember that when i first started trying to speedpaint, i couldnt understand how it was done. So i hope i help someone out there...
I'm actually training in hopes of one day becoming a 2D/3D character artist, thought i'd show my development process:
I love how you've managed to make the material look creased without actually changing the mesh. How did you achieve that?
I like your works, I love the last one character, nice job!
Funny way to do a kind of random speedpaint. Thanks for sharing!
The creases on the model are smart, but perhaps a bit too much?
My sketchbook contains cartoon studies and Pokémon.
I like your sketchbook. Keep practicing and you could become great.