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Of all of what you have posted, the last one is my favorite.
Word of advice: Use harder brushes in paint programs, that way they won't look so muddy as your current stuff.
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edit 2010: images from that post were moved down )
Now scram to the last page!
Last edited by Seraph Fawkes; September 19th, 2012 at
Yea man ! Your landscapes are really nice dude
I say that so easy, but try to get more details in it and smoother highlights
From here stuff goes chronologically!
Thanks for good words, but details is timeconsuming, and my goal is to make good sketches in short time. With every work i'm trying to push my techniques further, so i hope soon enough i will be able to do much more in a few hours.
edit from previous post: Little update: this is concept of "spring" - area from the project, i'm currently in. Though this is not final art, i do realize now, that left side kinda messed up. Anyway - it's a sketch ) Plus - few older sketches.
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Updaitie... not that i'm glad with that image, but i was looking for improving technique, and i guess i'm stepped on the right way. Next time i'll do better
interesting ideas here, i think you need to work on colors more, sharpen things up, and study anatomy.
guess i've found good technique for drawing machinery and building without losing sharpness. now i'm regret that i didn't use square brushes earlier. here's some quickie
fresh enviornment, color scheme variation of it and some unfinished speedy robot
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Not a sketch but a full art already, but anyway want to share with you. It's refined old work
Last edited by Seraph Fawkes; July 24th, 2009 at
This was a good day. Finally finished another work. Here you go, a NeckJaw
Today's quickies ) Was trying to increase speed and working on lighting. Ship took hour, and second one - hardly 30 min.
Awesome, post more! Would love to see some early sketches and stuff, see how you build up to a painting. And studies and stuff. You work really quick too, so I'd like to see what happens if you spend a little more time on work.
Fantastic, keep it up!
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