Hi everyone, I did started a sketchbook last year but I didn't updated, I must say I didn't worked enought and I was scared of seeing such awesome artists here
But now I think I should try to post some of my works, I really want to improve, I will work hard but, I would really appreciate to have critics and comments from you all enought talking ! here are some works, there are a little old but I'll put some new very soon !
Placeboast : Hehe thanks
D@niel : Thanks !! means a lot coming from you
congadingsda : thanks, I'll try to do some more enviro, and archi.
Shadow Stalker : I must say when I first bought my wacom I thought hey man it's going to be so easy (as if the wacom was going to do everything for me) but man we all got to practice thats all. And with hard work you can progress really quickly I think you should look at some sketchbooks like D@niel, Algenpfleger, Vorace who did work hard and had their fruits.
wilkerson : Thanks man I'll keep on working
Here are some works I did not so long ago, and the last CHOW
Your art has a lot of mood, character and personality. Apart from the fact that your colours are lovely, that your techinque is good and that your anvironments are top notch, I can think of few things to say ;P The archer on the rocks and the orange girl on the blue field are stunning. It seems you are pushing yourself towards learing new things and trying out different subjects, that´s great!
One thing I think you could pay additional attention to is the effect all the reflected light in the environment, and particularily from the ground, has on the values and colours of your subjects. Perhaps that´s just a fetish of mine, reflected light ^^
You have my respect and and a high five! I´m looking forward to seeing mooooaaarr!
The use of lighting in your work is great, you really do get the feeling of the weather and time of day across to the viewer.
just one crit for ya, on the baba yaga piece it really doesn't look like she is floating in the mortar as well as it did in the earlier sketches, it might be the amount of reflectted colour on the bottom of it.
nice works you have here, they have a nice vibrant and fresh feel to them. I feel like the ones that are more successful you seem to have taken more time/thought with the preliminary drawing...good stuff!
lichunlei : Thanks a lot
kidult : Thanks I will
Eaze : Merci bcp
Felida : Thanks and I worked a little more on my CHOW I posted it on the final burning
kaktuzlime : Really thank you, means a lot !!
Hunterkiller : Thank you, yes I'm from istanbul but actually I'm half french half turkish
spoonbender : thanks for the critic I did reworked on my piece and I've made a change after I read your comment, hope it's better now.
Lseraph : Thanks, I think you're right I should take more time for during the preliminairy drawing.
jedininjaman : thanks and no it's 4 (BTW who cares about stars? will I be rich if I've got 5 I'm here to have some critics and advices )
Very small update, a quicky creature concept I did this morning, not to happy with the result, well in fact it's still a WIP but maybe it will stay like this
Fool me once shame on you. Fool me twice shame on Fu!
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Just some thoughts.
The light in the baba yaga piece is awsome. I really like the small light parts on the ground. I do think the colours on the baba should be more influenced by her surroundings though, eg her hair.
I like the winter city pic. Just like it.
I also like the unfinishedness of the elefants, but the perspective on that flower vendor looks really wrong. If it was fotorefffed I'd go back and fix that up.
Now to your wip. It promises a whole lot, but it is still way wip so I'll just give some basic thoughts. FOrst of all I'd change the whole format. I'd say do it horizontal and not vertical and try to incorporate the designs church in teh design. I really like the subject, though.
Monotony : Thanks, glad you like it
Flamable : If only I had only problems with shadow I'll work on it
Sarynroth : Thanks
nim : Thanks, well it's never to late to learn
katfayheirti : Wow thanks means a lot, did look at your sketchbook and you have some stunning works !
sevarenge : thanks
Janos : Thanks a lot for the critics !
Here's a little update, just some studies from ref, and a WIP from the last CHOW