alamed: Thanks man!
Black Spot: Yeah I got some feedback about the helmet but decided against making it bigger, just to emphasize that not everything's all right with this dude.
LtPlissken: I was on holidays mate. I'll be back soon.
kingkostas: Thanks mate! Always a pleasure of having you drop by.
Parsakoira: Thanks parpar. I messed up the bigger version of this image so I doubt I'll make any big changes.
So many comments, thank you for the support!
Here are some doodles. Thanks for looking.
Very glad that you are back buddy.
And with some awesome studies.
I was really missing your company,
now we can work together again....
nice addition i like your digital painting mate
keep it up
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I would really like to see experiment with some colour on the girl's flesh and make her more alive.
in2eternity: Thank you.
LtPlissken: Thanks mate. I'm a bit lost with that one. Maybe put her in a big-ass mech suit or something?
Black Spot: Yep she looks rather chalky at the moment, I'll work on that.
School is keeping me busy so I try to upload stuff on the weekends. Doodles and studies.
Thanks for looking.
Some nice stuff. Keep it up :3
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What is happening lately in your house of art?
I realize that you are an ever improver and that you
are always posting some very interesting subjects.
Fantasy imaginative elements are always outstanding.
'I can't contain the Fukin Metal!' - haha, that guy was just
too muscular for his armor. Great job on it, now it is maybe time
to color it, just as the one below it, the steampunk robo with a gun.
His balance is a bit strange I have to admit. The upper body looks like
he is standing in place, but the left leg looks like it is preparing to step.
I just cannot realize what is that strange creature on that painting below?
Keep it up man, and try to post more often.
Black Spot: Thanks. I tend to focus on certain areas because the poses are rather quick. I'm thinking feet and faces are next on the list.
AeonPhoenixThanks man, you too!
LtPlissken: Heya Plissky. I thank you for checking on my work and for the positive feedback I get.
I am currently busy studying animation and enjoying it. Feel free to drop around and see what's up in the future aswell, I'll be sure to return the favor.
I'll be working on the steampunk robo, that is actually an Astartes from the 40k universe. The strange thing was a quick study I did of a friend's snail.
This doomed marine is part of a school assignment, I'll drop some pics of the finished product. Some linework for the Astartes too.
Thanks for looking!
What kind of animation are you doing?
Marine has too thick a torso; he's more like a 50yo than a youngster in that department although he does seem perky in the groin area.
The line work looks good except that as opposed to the marine, he has no groin area as his legs go nearly up to his navel.
Hey there friend.
Blackspot said it right, the doom marine is too wide.
But you can easily fix that, you just narrow the whole image in some
photo editing software. Even if your characters are not always
technically perfect or correct, I always like the subjects that you
chose to paint. That I really respect in your art. You will improve more
for sure, and you will be doing the best stuff.
One more little flaw at the doom marine is a wrong angle and perspective
on his shotgun.
And my late answer to your question about the girl in #335.
You could put her in some big Mecha suit, but that will be challenging.
A real challenge, I would like to see that from you.
hi there ! thanks for dropping by my SB and your warm words ! I have to say what I like the most about your pieces is that even the most twisted looking guy has something mundane ( in a positive way! )to him...which makes them look veeeeeery realistic in my eyes, I highly appreciate that !
Black Spot: Thanks for the heads up. He looked thick to begin with but I had too much fun trying out the acrylics. I can still fix it for the final piece hopefully.
LtPlissken: Thank you for your kind words, yet again. I have the sci-fi chick on hold for now as I have no interest for the piece. I think forcing myself to finish it wouldn't work and it would end up being shit.
Partisan: Thank you! My pleasure and I'm glad you like my doodles.
I've been having a bit of a block as of late and started thinking how I could start doing stuff more seriously again. I propose to make a set of characters in the same spirit as the Tenderizer from the previous page. Dark, disgusting and brutal, my comfort zone.
Here is a preliminary sketch for The Master. After this, maybe a servant. Also something I forgot to post.
Thanks for looking.
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Amputated man-eating fatfuck is an outstanding concept and I very
much like it. I like how you gather your reference stuff and the way
you are thinking. Pretty freaky guy I have to admit, hardly can wait
to see the finished version.
I think the penis is too high, the pelvic area has some length to it, but nice idea and the slave is working well.
very nice new works mate!!!Your 3d understanding is improving and the rendering of these chars.Keep up the great work!!!love this dark char
LtPlissken: I am glad you like it mate.
Black Spot: Thanks, I'll work on that.
kingkostas: Thanks! Always a pleasure to have you post here.
in2eternity: Thank you!
witcrack: Woah, thanks mate! I'm really not sure if I've improved at all lately, just drawing more freely.
Sorry for taking so long between updates. School has kept me busy.
Here's something, thanks for looking.
Very original concepts, you always surprise me
on a positive way. My favorite is that huge bio
mechanical guy with lighting under his hood in #355.
What happened to the final version of that fat guy without
legs with his slave?
LtPlissken: Thanks mate. I'm glad you like the stuff that floats in my head. The fat guy is on hold as I've had assignments and a commission so there's not bee enough time.
Here's a self-portrait of sorts for school. Thanks for looking.
I would get that seen to. Looks good. Keep up the hard work.