Daily challenge 014 and 015. Just combined my lunch sketches and daily challenge sketches. Still working my way to 100. Here are some more gestures and a screen shot study from the original "Aliens" movie.
Prints are available of my latest illustration at: http://firstnull.deviantart.com/gallery/#/d5sjshu
Nice work here man. The movie still came out really really nicely. Did you just use a regular brush (hard round) and put a film grain over it once finished or did you use a combination of brushes (textured included) and then put a film grain over it? Also, how long did you spend on it?
Been loving the figure work entries. How long is the total time spent on those figure studies? Been thinking of joining the daily challenge myself.
Cheers mate, keep up the great work!
Awesome thread and great documentation of improvement! It's inspiring!
Mr.Pryminista: Thanks man! I use a combo of a custom airbrush, a hard round and a few custom textured brushes. Then make a new layer add 50% grey value and noise filter it. Then set the layer to overlay and drop it to 10 - 25% opacity. Luvisi style. I spend 1 hour on these movie still studies. The figure studies vary from 30 seconds to 20 minutes for the shaded one.
lowroller: Thank you
kikindaface: Thanks! I will
Momucat: Thank you, your words are too kind.
Daily challenge 016, movie still study from the Lord of the Rings. 1 Hour.
Great job on the last couple studies, and congratulations because the bald girl does look attractive
art is never finished, only abandoned~Leonardo da Vinci
Nice range of colors on the mage female. I also love your movie still studies. Great work in this sketchbook.
"Observing the world around me"
ezekrialase: Hehe, Thanks
Colour Coded: Thank you. I worked hard to make a cohesive color palette. I feel like I'm starting to understand color a bit more every time I finish a study/illustration
Giorge: Thanks! I will
Daily challenge 018. Kingdom of Heaven screen shot study. 1 Hour. This one made me realize I need a better brush for quick building textures.
Really dig your figure studies.
This stuff really inspires me.