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Hi there! My name's Anna Fitzpatrick and I'm new to ConceptArt! I've been absolutely blown away by the superb quality of the art around here and I wasn't sure where to start, mostly through nerves!
so I have finally bucked up enough courage to start posting a little bit of my work here
I'm a student of Graphic Design, or Visual Communication in Dublin, Ireland. When I graduate this summer, I hope to work in Concept Art. So I felt here would be a good place to start!
A lot of my work centres around environmental and character painting and design. I love creating an atmosphere.
This piece was created quite recently. It's a design for a location in my own comic "Between Worlds" which I plan to release this summer.
It's a little messy, I'd love to, over time, clean up my work quite a bit.
Last edited by tenshianna; December 10th, 2008 at 06:29 PM.
Welcome to the world concept art Anna.
It's a beautiful place to project all your happiest and the darkest imagination!
These are great start! I'll be watching
http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1239646902 this makes me think of Gulliver's travels; if he had sister that slept under tin roofing and had nightmares of cute pop-culture inspired creatures. So glad you revived this thread! Now you must update regularly!
Theres a wonderfful balance between line and rendering here that the image below http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1239648656 sadly lacks. Walk back from your images now and again to evaluate how much needs to be done if it need be done at all.
Now I go off to sing songs about your beautiful colour choices
Whoo! Lovely work hon! I love the cityscape in particular, it has great atmosphere!
A small suggestion for the shop front... I noticed the bottles and trinkets in front of the shop are very evenly spaced. Even if they are supposed to be neatly lined up I think it helps to add some randomness when making details look natural. Maybe have some more overlaps and whatnot. When there's less overlap things tend to look more flat.
Keep it up!!