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---Update January 16 2010, Page 4---
I got my brand new Cintiq 12WX last week and I've been punishing it nonstop. I'm still getting to grips with it so I hope my future pieces will be better.
CCs are welcomed and wanted.
Last edited by grue; January 16th, 2010 at 01:04 PM.
A little hungry Chulhu
Quigleyer: Hahahah ;P Poor Lovecraft must turn in his grave Thanks for having a peek mate.
About an hour total. I like the dirty Goya like textures.
And one more for tonight
Fairy. Slightly referenced
And one more...
Pretty cool stuff. My only suggestion would be to work on the composition, most of the focal points are right in the center of the image.
Hammed Al-Tamimi: Thanks I tried that on the lava waterfall, need more practice. I'll try again tomorrow.
how do you like your new cintiq so far?
silliKONe: Thanks I can't stress enough how excellent the Cintiq is. I'm a quadroplegic so although I've been drawing mostly traditionally all those years the ease of digital colouring has given me the freedom to expand my creativity. I still sketch mostly on paper but the Cintiq has spoiled me massively
i agree, digital painting rules! i've been a wacom junkie for years, but have not bit the bullet and bought a cintiq. it's always fun to play around with them whenever i come across them in stores. i've been worried about the lag though. is this something you adjusted to easily?
silliKONe: Most of my works above are A4 size at 300dpi. Quite big. The lag is there but you only notice it when you use big and complex brushes over a lot of layers.
I don't use Painter though but I've heard that the lag there is worse.
Retro sci-fi. Bzzzzt
wow textures on your paintings are amazing! and I love those slimy guys I won't tell anymore because I'm new here and I'm amateur :p thanks a lot for a help with a thumbnail!
jameli: No problem Thanks for the kind words, but don't be afraid to critisize, it's the reason most of us post here, for a constructive comment that should push us further.
A dragon statue that took me about 2 hours. Much more than it should!
Wizard's tower with baloon harbour in case the escape magics fail.
And a town inspired by Planescape's Ribcage.
Last edited by grue; June 1st, 2009 at 04:13 PM.
Inspired by tarrzan's mind bogling excellent works.
The second one is the result of too much H.P. Lovecraft again.
Last edited by grue; June 3rd, 2009 at 01:52 PM.
your way to use textures and colours looks really profesionell and i really like the discreet style u are usin..
but just a lil crit by the way: would like to see some studies of human bodys or stuff like that cause this is very important for every artist.. think you have to work more on your basics.. i know its hard because digital paintin is most time more fun ..
and thanks for stoppin by at my exhibition-thread
EDIT: oh sorry, i thought that was your sketchbook-thread keep postin your great work
FAST ART: Thanks for looking mate.
About the anatomy stuff.. I know, I've bought heaps of books on anatomy and I've sketched parts and wholes but I'm having a hard time focusing.
I work full time as a graphic designer so drawing and painting is like a relaxation thing for me. I miss the live model sketching from the university, that was fun.
Still, I'll have to dive into it soon, no matter how boring it is.
Thanks again for your nice words.
In the mouth of the Alascharian cave that the expedition was last contacted with.
Some horned helmet for narrowheads
artistcaleb: Thanks mate Here's one more, losely based on a Loomis' sketch.
Very great textures! I like the creatures you did at the beginning! I wanna see more!
My Sketchbook [ACTUALLY UPDATED!]
I have 800 posts
chuck18mp: Thanks mate. More will come.. ..eventualy.
Meanwhile, have an egg.
Closest proximity to a wormhole.