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    Gunns

    I slapped some colour on to the above image. I'm really enjoying this one, lots of fun. Must try and finish it.


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    Gunns - progression

    Once posted I could see lots of little things I didn't like ... so before I hit the hay I thought I'd sort bits and bobs out.

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    Loving the proportions on this new one Bingo, looking forward to seeing it finished

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    bad eye dear?

    Done for a speed paint ...

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    just thought i'd let ya know that on the posing "muscle guy" the shoulder muscle connects all kindsa wrong to the arm... it should overlap the bicep and looks like an upside down triangle, and not other way around... bad explanation, point hopefully taken, just google bodybuilder and u'll see... oh and also... overarm isnt one big round muscle, biceps in front, wich can be quite round and the the 2 headed triceps wich is more slender and bulks out at the top of the arm.. i know this was some kinda caricature, but when the pic is about guns they should be done properly
    -arnold out!

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    @Sollid - thanks for the feedback ... I think I understood what you mean ... I've done a quick ammendment to the painting. Hopefully I got a grasp of what you were aiming at.

    Many thanks for taking the time.

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    Last edited by Bingo; August 7th, 2009 at 07:06 AM. Reason: additional image

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    Niceee. I think I'm seeing a theme of tentacles/gore/zombies? Sketches are great and have a nice grotesque feeling to them. Just a couple of things to note: anatomy and musculature could use some work. Also, for your colors, it seems like your palette is a little not saturated enough. I'd like to see some sharper colors or even some really dark blacks to make the images even creepier.
    Just my two cents.

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    Just spent 30 mins painting ... obviously it needs more time

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    I find your artworks heavily disturbing*, so I couldn't help but looking through your entire sketchbook and I rather enjoyed it.
    Waiting and drooling for more
    cheers

    *= awesome!

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    @Kim_bot - thanks for the comments, painting is still soemthing I'm trying to understand and to a large extent experiment with.

    @Keeviin - that's great, glad you enjoyed it and hope you continue to enjoy it

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    Super kryptonite tentacle of doom! well it was bound to happen parading around in his underwear like that :teeth, nice work too

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    Haha i like the pencil sketches.
    Especially the superman ;D
    Cheers

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    I emailed you two days ago dude, and i've been working on a comic for the last two months and trying to be husband and dad at the same time, it's crazy stuff.Nearly finished my 4 page draft, it's for a competition for a graphic short story. just finishing the colour then effects and speech bubbles and then i'll send it off. So how's things dude?

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    dude

    it was your works email

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    Update: Got it scanned in.
    Last edited by Bingo; November 10th, 2009 at 05:23 AM. Reason: Better scan

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    Nice stuff, Tony. One tiny suggestion: why not trying to have a weight scale of your lines? That would help the figures have more dimension in the space.
    Great work overall!

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    Hey, Tony!

    A coupla things:

    1. I agree with Chupacabra to an extent. I actually think you have nice line quality, and it's clear that you understand how to execute it. When you slow down and go for "finish", the line weight/values seem to book-end from medium dark to dark, though the quick "Suburban Poisoning Scene" has a comparatively much wider range. The Super-sucker Worm has it in its mushy interior creases, but the Unicycle-Mutant has it on a segregated-area basis, and the entire from is basically outlined (though I really like the drawing).

    I think you'd be most of the way There if you considered how pushing and pulling your contour lines would aid in focus, eye movement, and whether a form is receding or approaching.

    2. I think you'd really benefit from a much freer and looser application of "paint" when you get to the color stuff. You're inventing the light, so everything gets treated like a generic "light/mid/shadow/bounce" Rendering a Primitive exercise.

    I made an example image of a super-fast and *incredibly* helpful method to get that looseness/happy accident/idea thing rolling. I don't want to be a jackass and post my thing to your personal sketchbook, so if you'd give me permission to post my example using your Superman/Worm piece, I'll put it up in my sketchbook and make you a link from here. I'd love to show you--I think you'd dig it.

    Good work--I can't wait to see more!

    best,
    Nick

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    Gentlemen (Chupacabra, rusko-berger), thank you for the fantasic feedback, just the sort of support and help I'm looking for to help me improve.

    Nick, I would love to see the image, please feel free to post it ...

    Thanks again gents.

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    the pencil version in fantastic, but coloured version is not excellent
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    Thanks so much, Tony!

    It went quickly & well, so I made it part of a tutorial.

    Her's the link: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...74#post2449674

    See you!
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    Gentlemen (Chupacabra, rusko-berger), thank you for the fantasic feedback, just the sort of support and help I'm looking for to help me improve.

    Nick, I would love to see the image, please feel free to post it ...

    Thanks again gents.

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    Unusual one for me as I didn't draw in pencil first ...

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    Messed around with this sketch a little before bed ... not happy with the nose ... amongst other things ... but hey ho

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    Fantastic work Bingo, definitely some of the best pencil work I've seen of yours

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    Many thanks for your kind words frettchen ...
    Last edited by Bingo; October 27th, 2009 at 04:23 AM. Reason: updated the image

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    This was how my head felt at work yesterday ...

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    Shading on these last couple of pieces has really come on leaps and bounds bingo!

    Are you going to be colouring this latest one?

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    Having a go at painting one of the previous sketches

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