thankyou very much guys! i appreciate your criticism and support very much
dayworld is an amazing book. philip jose farmer died recently.
heres the greatly superior image i was 'inspired by' ie ripped ff
ive always wanted to draw people but i was afraid. but seeing the amazing work by TAD and CA users in general got a notebook and a wacom pad to do drawing. i wish id drawng in a notebook sooner it is a bit hit and miss but its highly enjoyable
i love the wacom. drawing with ctrl-z is so cool. pen is cool for the opposite reason, no ctrl-z. harder too but better training i think.
if anyone is teetering on the brink thinking learning to draw get one it pushes you and i recommend it; you get a visceral feel for how far there is to go, but also how far youve come.
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thanks chris! the cloud cubes are what i imagined reading a book called Beyond Heavens River by Greg Bear. its pretty good, you can probably get it for 50p off Ebay.. Bear is one of my favourite authors, i think Anvil Of Stars is an amazing piece of work.. hes very literate and writes quite thoughtful sf thats also full of amazing whizz bang sfx. hes also a really nice guy and responds to messages left on his forum. check him out!
more things and stuff, loads more in my sb
tinkerbox, forAutodesk by Subatomic studios
working with randis and the team was great
i did all the little objects, randis took care of the ui and backgrounds
unfortunately my computer spacked out after it was finished and
i have hardly any of the design stuff... d'oh!
download it now its free
thank you dudes, rock on!! thanks for your comments
lord regenshirm i think i disagree, i dont particularly want a 3d rendering on my living room wall, but i love a painting or pen drawing.. maybe youre right though who knows. thanks for your comment!
i am enjoying slowly learning to paint in free time.
photos 893 yakuza by anton kusters
Last edited by Velocity Kendall; January 18th, 2012 at 11:56 AM.
You're an excellent photographer. What dimension are you taking these pictures in? How do you compensate for tesseract occlusion during a shoot?
Seriously though, this stuff blows my mind. Especially the Dayworld set, the sky cubes and the Neptune orbit one. Especially Solaris and the green spirals. Fiercely original work all around. I want to swim in a glass-floored pool one day.
hey dude cheers for coming by my sketchbook again.
haha dude your sb is sick, im not the one to comment on the 3D stuff but i can say for sure that you have a great imagination for shapes and design. compositions are lookingnice - with your digi paints, try painting with the round brush, and experiment with varying your edge quality, i think it may teach one or two thngs.
wow those last two posts have been massive! I'm glad youve stated sketching regularly in a notebook, I think it makes all the difference. I have read many quotes from artists saying that your sketchbook should become almost an extension of your own body! It might seem a little far, but thats what I'm trying to do personally, and it really helps. I love your pen drawings, they are filled with personality. Not quite so keen on the wacom ones, because I think that ability to ctrl+z often takes away a lot of "happy mistakes". Anyway, keep it up, youre doing great