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I've been a huge fan of CA for several months. I've finally decided to give posting my art a shot. Please try to be constructive as well as encouraging with your comments. I live off of artistic inspiration. Thanks for looking.
The Cave Exploration paint is from a Nat Geo photo. ~30-40 mins
The b/w robo is just random. I'm trying to get better at hands at least. ~10 mins
The Warlock is from an action figure that I glanced at for a few seconds. ~30 distracted mins on that one.
The two color characters. ~20-25 mins of wasting time.
The last b/w pic with stamp brushes. ~5 mins.
ooh i really like the cave...! like something spookie is in it!
welcome to CA!
and keep it up.
and the color figures arent a waste of time
as for tips try adding some lines on the clothes and shading them. unless of course thats not what you want
I really like first one! Keep it up
I like the images and the sketchy style on the colour figures. The cave exploration image gives a good sense of depth though you could probably get away with even more contrast in the values as your silhouetted figure is darker than many of your darker shadows deep in the cave shaft (actually having looked at it again, that might just be the optical illusion of the very light sky - if so, ignore that crit). In the black and whites it feels like there is a uniform level of detail throughout, which results in a lack of a focal point.
All of the above is purely my entirely uninformed opinion. Great set of images though. I shall look forward to the next batch
torstan: The b/w stuff is harder than I thought. Good advice. Thx
JinRa: Haha. Yeah, I definitely need some more lines.
Verehin: Thanks. I'll try to do more like that one I think.
Any House fans? ~2 hrs methinks
I painted this Hellboy from a frame in one of the comic books. ~2 hrs
FF XII boss character.
Another cave. This one is from a Nat Geo picture too.
Hey All, its been a while.
Crits are welcome!
From Reference, 3 hrs:
I got some new speedpaints and photos. Most of the photos were processed with PS and the paintings were made with PS too. Let me know what you think of em.
Nice sketchbook you have going here!
I really like the portrait study you did shows alot of potential!
Some great photos aswell.
Keep it up -Omerta
sketchbook updated October 6th