man i love those prints bravo!
Well, I think that probably your way of putting the lines it's probably your best as it's extremely original, very good both for comic and illustration. The comic layouts are probably just as well.
Your studies are pretty good, but as people that sometimes do too many for my taste, you seem to relay on them too much, as I could tell in a second wich one was done with ref and wich one wasn't. But perhaps I just don't get the dynamics of reference (something that I don't embrace much).
I fancy more the studies that you made with movie frames, as you had to pick the colors right, and that's something quite difficult.
I would say that the guy with the X in the face, shows the usual cartoony disproportion that you should rule out from your drawings. It's a common flaw, don't get me wrong, I'm not against distortion on the proportions, but those are a mistake, they are the usual ones of a begginer: the eyes too big the nose too big and too long, the mouth too. The overall shape of the head too little, notice that there is little room from the eyes to the side, and also between them, and you have no room for the chin. I think that if you make this main features more separated from each other and way more little, with respect to the overall head, you'll benefit a lot from it, and you would start making more subtle deformations.
Also, you may try to work the features in their 3d shapes, and I mean all of them the nose for example, needs to be actually constucted from a primitive, it's not something that you can hint with two lines.
The animations in the street-fighter style are great.
Overall, your variety is amazing. I like that (some people don't, but I do), and so I find your SB very good.
Also, don't go around asking for people rating your SB, it's not right.
I will put you a 4, perhaps I wouldn't because I'm picky with those ratings, and I have seen too many great levels in this forum, but I've also seen lots of people around with a 4 and 5 that are really bad specially in comparison with you.
Now, I don't think that the rating will give you many more comments but, see for yourselve.
Funny, marked the stars, but the menu disappeared after, and no stars are showing, perhaps it needs someone else?
Lennon: wow, you gave a very detailed critique, I really appreciate it. Also lots of wise advices. I will not ask for rating ever again, only did it with you, but it feels kinda lame, true. And if you couldn't give me, well, no worries.
I swear that voted for you (but they still don't appear)!!
Very good chow by the way, the fish is a clever detail.
Last edited by lennon; June 12th, 2009 at 03:33 PM.
Cool style !
My SB- Destroy and enjoy! !http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...77#post2294577
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A Chow I couldn't finish. Might finish it later.
The fish through the eyes is great. Is it for "The City" (and if so, what city?) - or the Bogeyman? Your pieces have some great imagination showing in them.
You don't need a rating to get a comment - it's just that the sketchbooks section percolates really fast so you're off the first page before anyone has seen it. And I think you need a certain amount of people to vote on it before the rating comes up. I'm going to give you a few stars now too, see if it helps...........
rogerb, donalfall: thanks! The fisheyes was made for the boogeyman challenge, but didn't have time to finish it.
Quickpainting study made with Art Rage.
It's a really interesting software, and only costs around 20 euros.
Last edited by hungryan; June 24th, 2009 at 02:24 AM. Reason: raised the saturation a bit :)
Another test with ArtRage, now the free version, because I don't have the full one in my workplace.
Awsome sketchbook man!
Keep up the great work -Omerta
sketchbook updated October 6th
I've tried ArtRaging a John Singer Sargent portrait, it turned out a bit crappy, but well... I still need practice.
Thanks OmertA, I've checked yours also, and left some comments.
Last edited by hungryan; June 30th, 2009 at 01:21 PM.
I've made this quick sketch in Paint Tool SAI, really love the program, and it's also very cheap, just 50 dollars. Very lightweight, and has great blending system, and vector inking.
I didn't post for long time here, because I've tried to make that newborn challenge, but then I cannot finish it anymore.
I've made a Chow also today, and a 4 page black and white comic last week. It will be in an anthology.
My favourites are still those life drawings in the first posts but your referenced colored stuff is also awesome. Don't stop doing them!
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I didn't put anything here since thousand years. Here's a CHOW piece.
Sinnerman, novbert: thanks for popping in, I almost forgot about my sketchbook completely.
Here's a new chow piece.
Now it's ready, changed the head of the girl.
Last edited by hungryan; December 14th, 2009 at 12:00 PM.
Hey, thanks guys/Köszi szépen.
I've become unemployed just recently, so I can hopefully do more stuff I'd like to. Here's a painted sculpture I've made recently, it's a little tree.
I've made this for a job probation work.
The description was about an alien detective and his sidekick.
Excellent stuff, especially the custom spritework!
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A little something I'm working on for an ArtOrder challenge.
It's still in sketchy state. I will finish up the last version probably.