Howdy! Nice strong start to a sketchbook, really dig what you've got so far, my favorite so far is the thINK piece. You've got a wayy better handle on everything than when i was 19. Cant wait to see more from you!
rob baby i want to make sweet love to u this stuff is byoooootiful. top one is unusually weak for u, ii know if its meant to be plastic then it should be a lot more reflective. yours looks more like its on its way towards rusty metal
also im slightly envious of ur 3d modelling cos i could never get my head round it. what programs u use, and is it hard? does it require any..maths?
horse one is better without the scribbly speech bubbles i think. ur gorilla reminds me so much of the main guy in my graphic novel, same posture...shape..everything ha. whats all the 3d monkey stuff for? XXXX update often pls XXX
Sleep - Thanks! I use Wings3d for modelling and texturing, and Blender3d for animation, wings is the easiest polygon modelling tool I've ever seen, and doesn't require an ounce of mathematical knowledge, thank god. It's literally click and drag stuff. Blender is the most amazing free program I've ever encountered, it just takes some patience to learn how to do each individual thing, and there's a new bone heat tool that I'm in love with, for rigging (animation) where you just place a skeleton in the model and it works out how it moves the model. You should definitely try it out, it's a lot of fun.
The Models are for a game that my brother and I are making, I need to do more work on it though, I only seem to work on it when he's home. Maybe I'll be able to do it for one of my projects in animation at UWE
wookiedabo - Nah i'm studying animation next year, it's going to be awesome!
AustenFM, hueyyeng, fighting seraph - Thanks!
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Last edited by Rob!T; June 27th, 2009 at 07:40 AM.
Really interesting ideas. I like the horse piece: the muted contrasting colors are interesting--especially since so many digital artists opt for high-contrast fantasy pieces (ahem). It's difficult to critique your (very cool) illustrative style, but perhaps more interesting brushwork could enhance the appeal.