Craz: Nah it was all meant to be the same chick, some model called Karlie Montana. I googled Heather Graham, scary resemblance to that face haha.
Imagination stuff, although all the armours are referenced
SP..the bright values need to be brighter and more yellowy biege, this took me like 2 hours probably. I look really angry in this lol
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hey 'sup Sam nice SP and I'm diggin the expression of mr armour dude - great to see you getting 'life' into your pics and the confidence of your work is good!
Respect for progress and skills - rock on my friend
fuck you man the sp looks really great ! just be carreful about the edges, it's really better than the last time, but there are still little mistakes, anyway, you have beautiful eyes :p Keep working dude ! you're a big inspiration !
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Looks to me like there's a light that's coming from the bottom left, so the jaw isn't turning away from the light scource. Whether or not he handled it correctly is another matter, of course.
Originally Posted by Jens
sam, nice quantity of work coming out of here.
remember you studies because you want to learn.
the more you want to learn the more you will do
so take your time and really ask yourself what you could de better, stand back from your work often and compare it to the subject, see something fix it.
keep going dude
Jens: Thanks, I think I pointed the values out. And I know, but I don't have 5 hours to spare every night.
Craz: Was meant to be bounced, but too bright
Walid D: Need to work the edges more D: Thanks
The7Artist7: Cheers buddy
Some photo studies
Imagination, proportion mistakes i know
Speed enviro study
SP, tried playing with edges more. Still need more work on these D:
The self portrait is much better than the last one.
Wuuutdaaafuuuuk! How is this improvement possible . THose portraits are looking really cool man such insane speed of improvement you have man.
hey man those SPs are looking really good on this last one the only thing that grabs me is what ever
way you are using the brush there it makes the skin look a little glassy , maybe its just that hard reflection on the nose though
i would do some more still life too it never hurts ^ ^
thanks for dropin by my SB again ...the Demo for the game is being released soon
so i can just post the link there when its done = )
keep up the fight
Craz: Eh thanks, Mr I'm-really-blunt.
jordyskateboardy: Dude what are you talking about lol Cheers
Zorcron: Not sure what that is but I'll look into it for sure. Thanks.
Forgive me for not doing the SP for today Was my dad's birthday so there wasn't much time for art.
From imagination. Straight to colour. The skin tones suck, need lighter values, and rubbish colour choices. I'm enjoying using edges more now, where have they been all my life
Dude! The rate of progress in here is insane! Good to see you pushing yourself, I really should do some more out-of-the-comfort-zone stuff myself. Anyway, keep at it man, you're getting there!
Dude, the figure in this newest WIP makes me feel like a piece of shit. Stop it.
Damn the progress from page 1 to now is insane. Just keep it up and you'll get better. It just takes some time. But you are on the right track.
Nice traditional linework, but keep working with the digital stuff!
I'm digging the posemaniac studies.
PieMonster: Thanks man, you definitely should!
BubbaGump: Yarr digis are still shit thanks
SP about 3-4 hours. Edges are really interesting things to play with, too bad I can't use them for shit. Colour choices are still pretty poor. Just needs time I guess Also, excuse me looking like a fat maniac in this. And I forgot ears, ran out of time
EDIT: Ohh yeah. Got an Intuos 4. Pretty smexy. Speeds things up and it has like 4 times the amount of pressure level than my old shitty tablet.
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