--- EDIT: Now I proclame this thread to my own !
Or simple, I am too lazy to open a new thread for every work, so I do it here
For the start:
A book illustration for a korean publisher.
Done on PS in a little more than 2 weeks.
This was a really nice training and I think I have quite improved.
Still I hope in my next work I dont loose myself in details so much, so that I can work faster and keep a little more of the sketch look.
Last edited by Vaejoun; June 11th, 2010 at 03:20 PM.
I dont know where to upload this one, so I use this thread to show other works as well.
I did this one today, the idea came from a small doodle in my sketch book.
At first it was just a "mass" and I tried to make something out of it and after some minutes the sketch was done and the "Hell-chicken" was born.
So today I wanted to do some personal work again and worked the sketch out.
I really like it, even though I had to stop myself from using too much 100% saturated colors ^^ Actually I am trying to get more method into my working process so that I can work faster and I think this one worked quite good.
PS: Curse you Laptop, I cant really say if the picture is too dark or not because of the Laptop-monitor.
Time for some new things.
I am mainly focusing on natur and science illustration, so I try to get some off that into concept art combining both.
As you can see I like buffalos of all kinds... cape buffalos have a really characteristic face and for some reason it gave me a hell of trouble to catch it in the last picture. It was really troublesome. At some point it looked more like a horse or even a rabbit ^^° But it was fun to do, I worked really loose, experimenting with a lot of different brushes.
I try to get more routine and stile into my works, but thats difficult. Everytime I paint a picture, it looks totally different than the last one.
And I am experimenting a lot on my signature (just in the buffalo picture) Using just my insignes ME or writing the whole name... I always have trouble with that XD
There is a more finnished picture in the C&C section, but looking at it now... this sketch looks far better.
Last edited by Vaejoun; May 29th, 2009 at 08:26 AM.