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October 30th, 2005 #211
hey how long did those paintings take? pretty quality
I like your Self portrait is it in oils?
I think the tiger dude with a skin on him, his colours are too blunt as if there were no dominant warm or cool light source. I would play with that to make it even better. I really like the last one you did. Your WOTC stuff is really quality why didnt you post it in the finished section!!
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Cool stuff in here - I just found this thread - you need to do more thundercats stuff I really like how you manage to get a sense of narrative into your pieces - this is something I want to do more too.
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October 31st, 2005 #213
October 31st, 2005 #214
I like your paintings. Look really cool. How long does it take you to paint one of those?
The last painting is somewhat strange, but I like it that way.
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October 31st, 2005 #215
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Standing critters my man <> still keeping your hand in on the sp's as well great stuff
October 31st, 2005 #216
Alday.J: Thanks again!
MIKECORRIERO: I was thinking a Were-Beaver with a tool belt and ripped flanel shirt.
The witch/troll one is too busy. I wanted to get rid of the horse from the desription and just focus on the action in the scene. Didn't happen. Why would her horse be in the living room anyway... and a flaming horse at that!
hurricane: thanks hurricane!
endregan:How long? 5-8 hours for one... depending on which one it was I'd guess. Yeah the portrait is in it's beginning stages in Oils. I'll get back to it tonight. You are right about the skin vs. the character. There was too much contrast. These won't be in my portfolio so I'll leave them as is, but I really appreciate the crit, thank you.
AndrewLey: Thanks so much Andrew. Narrative is my favorite part, so I am very happy that you feel it shows through.
Maybe I'll consider so more Thundercats
Zaknafain:I 'd guess 5-8 hours for one plus the sketch. Yeah that one is a little odd. Thanks!
mentler: Thanks mentler, I'll be working on it tonight.
November 1st, 2005 #217
November 1st, 2005 #218
wow - there is so much good stuff in here...I don' t know where to begin. you are really well-rounded and seem to jump between concept design and illustration quite nicely. Something I would like to achieve myself!
be back here often
November 2nd, 2005 #219
November 2nd, 2005 #220
hey hot stuff very nice...
we want to see the cheerio eating goober
hey where are you in the stage of this painting?
out of curiosity take that "crappy" photo pull it into photoshop and then flip and put it in gray scale... pull some of that lovely light gray-blue into the area under you're chin to make it "pop" and other simuliar places below
but eric i dunno how you work maybe this comes in later?
lots of clapping hands
November 2nd, 2005 #221
Awesome! I really like all your stuff, but especially your ink/brush works! Great expression! Keep it coming!
November 2nd, 2005 #222
great update !!!
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November 2nd, 2005 #223
I like your style man. I like the non-human stuff the most. Its great to see that you are trying to use face and body planes in your art, makes your stuff look less static
November 2nd, 2005 #224
November 3rd, 2005 #225
staceydiana: Hey stacey. At this point I am mostly just worried about getting my proportions as close as possible. If I finish this painting I'll definately do that. You probably didn't notice but in that second PM I sent you... you can click on Cerise for a photo There she is!
Uncle_Enzo: Thanks... I gotta break out the brush pen soon.
vances22: I use 'face and body planes in my art?' Shit, I didnt know that... sounds pretty cool. haha. Thanks man.
Mr.Blonde: Thanks. I may just do that, or at least something similar.
November 7th, 2005 #226
oh my god so she's so tiny!! she can barely support herself!!
okay process understood coolness holmes...painting is beautifull
mr tribesman-esq is very nice...my fav part is the barely there hand right side of sketch...i really dig you're shading but i also love you're painters type sketch going on under it all
December 28th, 2005 #227
Hope everyone is enjoying the holidays....
I was trying to do an approachable companion character for the kids I have been drawing lately. The drawing directly below is the closest I've gotten so far. The ones below him are the weirdness I had to draw first to get to a more cuddly character.
December 28th, 2005 #228
nice concepts man, very original.
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December 28th, 2005 #229
Brilliant sketchbook. Looking good all round the clock. The creatures in the last update are funny as, esp the one with the weird antenna type thingys off its head.
I was wondering so many artist do self portraits? The only reason I can think of it cos it's free, easy accessible reference. Is there more to it that I'm missing.
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December 29th, 2005 #230
December 29th, 2005 #231
those are some whacked-out critters!
nice confident line quality you're developing, too.
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Love your creature creations. Very good stuff. I like your live variety on your drawings. I am struggling with varying my lines to get a more realistic look to the drawing. Keep it up.
December 30th, 2005 #233
December 31st, 2005 #234
December 31st, 2005 #235
narrrative and eye movement is pretty good and you have what looks like someone spying on them from the left side of the image, but I think the kids are too evenly sized and clumped in the middle of the composition. one of the kids could be seated closer to us on the tracks in the lower left looking at something over the viewer's shoulder which might help bring you into the picture even more.
what kind of terrain is this set in? the current issue of Nat. Geo. has a bunch of good grand canyon photos, so I'm applying that red sandstone color in my head.
January 2nd, 2006 #236
January 2nd, 2006 #237
Long time I don't check your thread, man-apologies for that ! But it's always a pleasure, I like those last updates. The creatures are so good ! And the last pic have a great atmosphear... with a few brushstrokes, very effective, bravo. Hope you'll found some time to push it further, I'm very curious to look at it !
Cheers, Deschamps and happy new year !
January 2nd, 2006 #238
January 2nd, 2006 #239
bwkeough: Thanks once again for a great crit. I appreciate it. I haven't really thought about the type of rock or color scheme as of yet. I started to work on a few things after reading your comments then decided to just take the main character in a new direction.
shyamshriram: Thanks for checking it out!
Alday.J: Happy New Year to you as well! Thanks so much.
Jason C-M: Hey Jason, good to hear from you. I am glad you like them.
Last edited by deschamps; January 5th, 2006 at 12:40 AM.
January 2nd, 2006 #240
I said previously that I was curious at the idea you push your pic further and... you do it ! Great improvement, here. I like the second one for the dynamism but I think the character is too important and "hide" a bit the whole scene. The first one is great, simply great cuz the composition seems more equilibrated between characters and environement... wich I like a lot ! Please, Deschamps ! More !
Cheers, man ! You rock !
P.S: Hope my reply sound like good english-sorry if not !