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November 28th, 2009 #181
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wow great man, could u teach me some about ur paint strukture and rutin ? i would like to here how u working progress is...
thx for answer !!!
November 28th, 2009 #183
Umm my painting structure is mostly improvised. I dont have a set style or method. I go with the flow and whatever tools I find along the way then I use them if theyre useful to what I'm trying to paint. But I tend to focus on what matters the most to me in my paintings. Like metal textures and clothes, they need different brushes to get the right strokes..If there's anything specific youd like to ask go ahead.
November 29th, 2009 #184
dont know to start with questions, man ur stuff is awesome. if u like to you can do a new work, and get me screenshots with the steps u doing. i would be real thanksfull for that. could be a small tiny work ust a head or full buddy with not that many details. just how u get the struktur in ur paintings. and for me much important how did u get the awsome renderings. and if you like to visit my sketchbook to see what im able to so you maybe can give me an good tip for my next level i SHOULD take
all in all ur a hero man
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cool work, your work is always improving, from great to awesome great teach me!
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November 29th, 2009 #188
OK since I havent posted anything good for a few days I think I'll post something I decided to do in regards to my character designing AND Lighting. It's a quick thought process and the aim is to show some stages of how I work. Think of it as a simple tutorial
I decided to go with a 'smart' looking character. Theres a lot of animes that inspired me to make this guy. Like Zangetsu from Bleach, Vincent from Cowboy Bebop: Knockin on heavens door, Aaaand CP9 Rob Lucci from One Piece.
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November 30th, 2009 #193
Cool tutorial, thanks. Definately made me think more about lighting.
"You might be disappointed if you fail, but you will be doomed if you don't try"
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November 30th, 2009 #194
yea thx a lot. the last day i worked hard on a charakter and r stuff u send me were awesome, so awesome i dreamed in my bad of panellights i hate to work on my studying stuff now, couse im burning for more of my works to use ur stuff.For other members heres a link with a work of me,
with inpitings of Mohzart. this guy shows the good stuff
i woke up today and couldnt wait to see your new posts. nice tutourial, nice charakter. i like the scifi-one. maybe its the panellight
go ahead cant wait to see more.
November 30th, 2009 #195
Ismo - Thanks Your sketchbook is cool man. Would be cool to see you playing with some lighting
DesignNoob - Haha. I'll only be showing my secrets...But it's good to share I think Keep going man. If your fired up about drawing something then dont let anything stop you! Best way to draw personally and its most exciting, and funnest!
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Hey Mozhart! Some animation skills are really on display! What program are you using to put them together? Your concepting skill are nigh lacking either. Hope you don't mind me popping in! Would really like to see more anatomy studies here too, who are you looking at, Hogarth?
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November 30th, 2009 #198
I havent really looked at many artists for that subject to be honest... I've only just recently picked up a book on Loomis and Bridgman. But I havent got the chance to study anything out of them... heh...
I studied some Da Vinci back in College though
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hey the tutorial was real real good for me and i lern a lot. if its possible, i got an other question. i know now bit more of light, and i try bit colour managment. a problem i still hav is Material. i dont know how i could insert materials. my works look like a comic. its not bad ,but i like to lern more about texture. when ur able to, could u do short tut for texture.
thxs man i watch your post and it inspire me much...
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Awesome show of progress. I think the lighting you did from the blue ball earlier was a bit overkill, though.
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December 1st, 2009 #206
heck ya ur sprites are sick dude
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December 1st, 2009 #207
Hey man awesome stuff.
I would like to see a bit more interaction with you characters, as in characters interacting with each other or objects, they're all kinda just standing there with an in your face badass attitude; for example it would be nice to see a shoot out sequence, or some characters battling each other, some every day stuff would be cool to, someone using a computer, a conversation or drinking a cup of coffee. Draw out a story board or some panels from a movie.
I was reading an article about comics the otherday and they said they most of the time the problem with portfolios is that really great artists forget to focus on the more mundane aspects of life in their artworks, like people walking through the park and feeding birds. Portfolios full of "Hero Stances" just dont show the artists full ability to express emotion they said.
Go outside with your sketch book and observe humans in their natural habitat.
I'd also say your pigeon holing yourself with to much anime inspired coloring and construction, but that could also be your chosen niche.
Anyway your artwork is totally awesome, but i doubt you need me to tell you that.
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December 1st, 2009 #208
It's probably become a habit of mine as a, concept artist, that I create characters this way for clients. And what clients want is the general idea of the character and to be done in a short amount of time of course. So no fancy stuff is needed since the piece will go back and forth with feedback for change etc.
I will take in your suggestion though for future reference. I'll certainly try out some paintings with more interactions. As for the influence, my work is majorly fed off my own interests, and if it coincides with the clients then so be it. if not ill do my research on the spot and make the change
laxon - Youre welcome
Joce - Thanks
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