Well what can I say, amateur comic book artist and illustrator from Argentina (and crappy english speaker) I hope you guy like what I do.
So lets start with a Batman inked sketch
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Wonder Woman Sketch
you are good keep posting more pictures
hey, good sketches. i like the rendering on the batman!
only crit is, your figures are very stiff, try to get more flow in it. i made a little overpaint, to demonstrate what i mean (hope you don't mind).
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Not perfect, but pretty solid pieces.
Batman's torso feels abit to flat for a solid, well built character.
Just keep having fun, and draw some stuff from life and reference too.
my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997
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this is a fav of mine, mi homage to amazing fantasy 15 using what I think is the DC's spider-man. hope you guys like it, maybe I'll do a colored one later.
a really quick sketch with markers
men I have to upload smaller images
nice sketches, very illustrative and expressive.
Keep it up!
iron-man sketch, just pencils
a little girl and a dragon, hop you guys like it. criticism?
there is definite skill and potential here. You've got some great work posted, and it looks like all you might need to really boost your artwork into a higher level of dynamicity is some slightly smoother poses. That first batman piece you have inked is wonderful - it shows awareness of form, muscle, and you clearly understand what it means to add some shading.
The only real crit I have, and this can *easily* and sometimes I attribute it to just the way a persons scanner is, is that your iron man pencils with the values and the wings of that dragon have some grainier looking shading. If its with the scanner, all I know to suggest is to scan at a higher DPI and then photoshop it down to about 100 because 100 DPI is 1 inch on Photoshop.
I don't know how advanced you are with graphite, but your pen and ink looks pretty good.
On the off chance you didn't know the following already: start with a harder lead such as a 2H or an H, and work your way down the B's if you want less grain. Sketchbooks that have a light texture will also give you a small degree of grain in your work. If you're on Illustration Board, you can get minimal grain IF you keep the pencil sharp - the moment it goes dull you need to stop and sharpen or it wont look as tight as it can. If you did know that already, sorry for stating the obvious.
Keep the works coming!
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this for a friend of mine that asked me to do a sketch of Ecco the faire, hope you guys like it, constructive criticism welcomed.
some photoshop practice, on the Blue Beetle sketch, nothing too spectacular just having fun.
Oh and I have uploaded my first fully painted job, is on the critic center just look for the joker.
my take on the flash I tried to be has realistic has posible
the same Iron-man from before but with a little photoshop work, I wasnīt trying to be detailed just having fun.
a sketch of whats probably my favorite character ever.
(little hands I know!!!!!!)
pencils of the tree favorite versions of one of my favorite characters
hey some strong stuff here. you have a great eye for shadowing your pictures especially the begining batman. one thing id suggest is to make thier stances a little more actiony. typicaly when you look at comic characters they're often striking the most extreme poses( for example the flash is useually running headfirst and only touching the floor with his tip toes i see that your giveng them realism by making them look more plainer. but to still keep them more outstanding to the eye is to still give them a good eye cathing wow stance. a good refrence is always the how to draw marvel books they usually give methods on how to compose an action figure.
it would be great to see some bold colour work from you too. just go mental with some drastic colours. sometimes they set the mood better than a stance could!
anyway, great start!
this is my first fully painted photoshop work, it a gift for a sister of mine that asked me for a joker. I know I should put it in the Its finished section, but is not perfect so Ill put it her with all the others.
(weird neck I know!)
your pictures are nicely rendered, anatomy is ok but poses are 2 dimensional, stiff and undynamic. This is the are you should practise, to get natural balance, feeling and dynamic into characters. maybe reference studies from the real life photos?
MY SKETCHBOOK IN BIG LETTERS: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=116474
COMPLETE LIST OF THE FORGOTTEN SKETCHBOOKS: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...=1#post1992378
a gift for my older sister, painted in photoshop
batman redesign for project rooftop, made like 4 hours before the deadline so is a little sloppy
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Men, how long has it been? art school is killing me! Ok, some photoshop coloring practice over an old superman drawing I copied when I was a kid (from Dan Jurgens I think). Ill try to post more often now, but I just got into art school and is consuming my time!
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some interior work, I didnīt uploaded with the balloons because I'm from Argentina so you know...spanish
more interior work of another comic of mine about an uninspired comic book artist. hope you like it
haracter design for a poster made for promoting a play called La Maquina Tangera ( The Tango Machine) the director's idea was that of a bandoneon fueled by steam or something like that so I drew a clasic bandoneon player with some steampunk elements. It was really rushed, like for the next day but in the end he loved the piece. Ill upload the colored version later.
wolverine is the man