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November 6th, 2009 #196
First of all, thank you for those links!
Inspiring was the right word you chose, and i shall brows them a bit..
That aside, how come you post a reply to us WITH NO ART in it?!?! haha
Take care and come back with doodles!
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November 6th, 2009 #199P.S Take a look at this sites:
A polish concept artist responsible for Crysis concepts, alot of insipiring stuff inside.
November 8th, 2009 #200Dammit i freekin' left my ol' traditional sketchbook in the workshop si i'll get it in few days. But that gave my time to have some fun in photoshop.
I've joined Dave Rapoza's zombie fanclub! Here's me, zombie version:
EDIT: I've played around wit it abit, let's say it's after feasting on some kind of wizard, wizard with tits ( o/ Dave) haha!
(it's quality sucks abit cuz i overdid with resizing and saving it few times too much)
Last edited by Icecold; November 11th, 2009 at 07:00 PM.
November 8th, 2009 #201
Well..waht can i say....he officially scares me! hahaha
Really nice values, and my attention is definitely on his mouth n teeth..love the colours, love the..the nose =p
And why do people like drawing so many horror-related stuff i want more islands, hawaii chicks n pirates!
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November 11th, 2009 #203Ok a small update.
A couple of few minutes ballpen sketches.
I'm trying to learn it the hard way, as suggested by some. By drawing with ballpen one must be more confident about the line placement and think before establishing each line.
( with a fail brainfart -.-' )
Dear Cristina, that's to show you that part of my soul is still devited to the core art, not only zombies
My interpretation of this spontanic dance, flamenco.
For me it's all about that beatuful dress and it's movement that gives this
dance it's feel, and that's how I've painted it.
( I wish it was oil on canvas, well maybe in few months. )
Last edited by Icecold; November 11th, 2009 at 07:38 PM.
November 12th, 2009 #204
great studies! face proportions are getting better and your hand is getting better overall.
Don't rush just as you said above think and then do, you will see amazing results.
in the flamenco painting I would give it a more variety of color and highlights, it seems a bit boring to me all that red.
November 12th, 2009 #205
November 12th, 2009 #206
Oooh, ooh, Bruce Lee!! You really got the look in these right especially with lee heh
And you are so right! Ball point, pen, anything that can't be erased so easy makes you concentrate more, but i think it also puts more pressure. So i tend to avoid it haha!
But also i think you can't get all those neat tones with it, so i'm not particularly a fan.
And about the zombie, you played, you played, but i think you overdid it. To much shine, to much..zombiness..
Nice negative-space feel in the flamingo dance too!
See you soon!
November 13th, 2009 #207
Awesome updates man. Last one is a little confusing to the eye, because of the dark colors and the flurry of strokes. Are you working more on that? Seems to have alot of potential.
"Take credit for anything embedded in the edit as long as you ment it when you said It"
November 13th, 2009 #208