Nice work. like the look of the goblin skinner piece look forward to seeing the final version. i agree with takashmen could do with some more wrinkles or something face is a bit too smooth plus his hood does look a bit plasticy too. but i am feeling the overall composition and the expression on both characters faces def gives a life to the picture. Cant wait to see more.
Thanks guys. I'll definetely add more depth on his face. This started just only as head, and then I've decided to give that head a story. As for plasticness and smoothness - recently I tend to add texture on later stages, and not dealing with raggedy strokes, I like to use textured smudge tool a lot for smooth gradients and values. Although I'm practicing different approaches all the time. For the past couple weeks I've grown fond of using only one simple round brush with hard edges.
The boomstick character design is awesome. Nice work.
Speedpaint time. Each roughly 40-70min (was browsing around a lot while painting)
Last edited by Seraph Fawkes; November 9th, 2012 at 05:02 AM.
Hey man, glad to see you embrasing speedpaints again!
hah me again
thank you for overpaint, you are totally right, when i was looking on it I realized how flat it was
next time i will pay more attention to composition and value, once again thank you!
PS. being angry about sb. more experienced made over of my work is too childish for me P
Last edited by takashmen; October 11th, 2012 at 04:48 PM.
Eh.. rejected arttest. Apparently it was supposed to (but not really mentioned) that concept design should almost like references, and not just inspiring and serving as a base. Oh well.
Model from freelance ad topic at artjobs (http://jobs.conceptart.org/index.php...ters-concept-a) but I was applying for full-time position there (they're based in my hometown) - they're using same test.
Too bad about that job tryout. I like those designs! Keep it cool man!
Dont worry about rejection man. Just an incentive to work harder. I went through the exact same thing a few days ago.
I'm not in worry at all, cause I'm still nailing pretty cool joob at Nival Interactive. However that Skyforge was interesting to get into.
Seraph! - Beautiful work as always, really loving the development for that woman character. loving the progression! keep it up
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Oh my gawd. I just LOVE how CRISP your digital work is. And the colours on thoose portraits (particularly the bottom right one!!) are amazing.
I'm loving it! I love a nice sharp detail drawing and I can see you work really hard to achieve just that. Nice work! Will take note of your fab tricks and tips too, thanks!
thanks all for good words, will visit your sb's too. here's some sketch.
Got inspired by amazing Dishonored game. I've decided to cut information flow about game as much as possible, so I could keep the enjoyment of discovering new game. Because in nowadays of all-access to the information it's easy to get spoilers. And playing this one with almost no info about is just a sheer excitment - game is very very good.
So I've made quick sketch in the manner of Dishonored art. The concept art is just om-nom-nom.
It's interesting to go through all of these at once to see your progress. I think I'm currently at a level comparable to what the first pieces in here are, so it's nice to see what I can expect of myself when I practise just a couple more years.
keeping up with the victorian theme. more sketches
thanks all for stopping by and leaving good words
Last edited by Seraph Fawkes; November 12th, 2012 at 03:38 PM.