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January 31st, 2009 #1
Ex-WALL UPDATED on the last page 21_01_2013
Some sketches of characters (and others now )for not finished project "Wall" of the company World Forge.
All works have been executed together (collaborative) with remarkable artist Anokhina Victoria. Enjoy it! When we did it, it was pleasant to us!
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January 31st, 2009 #2
awesome hobo styles!
http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=219464 - Portfolio review thread
January 31st, 2009 #3
A little history of creation, some references materials,my answer to Andrew Jones enjoy!
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hey cool concepts! one thing i noticed, is that on the black guy, he's wearing a belt buckle that says "boy".
im not too sure where this is supposed to take place, but by his garb he looks more americanized to me, which if thats the case, he would never have a beltbuckle that says that on it.
the term "boy" is a derogatory term for african americans here in the united states. its a reference back to slavery. its just a little cultural thing thats helpful to know if you are marketing something to an american audience, or if you are ever around any african americans.
just thought it might be helpful to know.
January 31st, 2009 #7
daaayyyyaaaaam loving the coloring...man this is crazy
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thanks to all.
also some more materials here)
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[QUOTE=TulinovR;2109152]thanks to all.
OOOO, i am sooo sorry, i live in Russia, I at all did not know about it, in our language in it there is nothing insulting: (, it is very a pity, there was a mistake. I shall better remove this piece...it is shameful
haha its not a huge deal, honestly, its an american slang thing to where i wouldnt expect you guys out in russia to know that. and too, considering there are rap entities named soulja boy, rich boy, bad boy, paper boy,ect, its funny cuz it almost makes it seem like its a word you'd want to use. and it can be, just not by itself, i guess
i wouldnt worry about pulling it down or anything, as its not that big of a deal, as its just a small cultural misunderstanding, but just something you want to be aware of in the future
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January 31st, 2009 #11
Actually I above have a picture with Russian character, it very grotesque, and probably insulting for some people in Russia, I think, it is necessary to investigate more deeply certainly that theme above which work, but not always it is possible ...to find a material or the information on it, and terms often do not allow to do it : ( it is good that you easy perceive it, the artist should possess greater calmness and wide sights !
Well that all has well terminated)))
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Ух ты, очень круто, спасибо за выложенные рабочие материалы, вот только мне кажется что ты не достаточно поработал над харизмой персонажей, фотки более заводные и живые.
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February 1st, 2009 #18
Amazing personality and design for each of them. Really stunning work.
February 1st, 2009 #19
Brilliant execution, I actually tought I was looking at 3D renders for a second there (these look better then the average render tough ). Very gritty heavy characters, and the ref pics are cool aswell ^^
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First rate rendering. Terrific realism. Great character design. Very disturbing... It reminds me to be afraid of strangers as some people just don't seem to care about personal hygiene and perhaps they're dangerous people. On the other hand, don't judge a book by its cover. Keep up the good work.
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Flawless work man, the way you handled those textures leaves me in trance. I can't stop looking. Great body language btw, love the way you expressed the hands on some of these.
Thanks for the boost
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wow these pictures stole my eyes. Now I have enough fuel to draw and paint for next 24 h. thanks for sharing.
and two questions please:
1.do you use traditional media or just go straight for your digital tablet from the begining of art ceation process?
2. do you always take photographs for your serious character deigns and can you make these beautiful images completely from your mind with no refrence photo at all? because I'm eager to know how much photo refrences play roles in professional's art creation like you.
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why does the police head resemble a pig? very bad!
haha brilliant work!!