I finally decided to start a sketch book. If I want to be a concept artist, then I think a sketch book critiqued by my peers is a good step in the right direction.
So a little bit about me.
I am currently a student at the Kendall College of Art and Design. I am working with a digital illustration major and hope to one day become a concept artist.
I dabble in everything from weapon, character and creature design, but have been focusing on environments as of late.
More recent work can be fond in subsequent pages.
Last edited by Duman; January 22nd, 2012 at 12:39 AM.
I wouldn't say they are really good, but thanks for the comment.
And I figured out how to post pics correctly, so all further updates should be a little less cluttered.
Im going to try to update this sketchbook once or twice a week.
And hopefully, with some helpful critiques and advice, you'll see some improvement of my meagre skills.
Last edited by Duman; July 23rd, 2009 at 11:09 PM.
Really quick update.
Actually kind of like this one. Watched Whit Brachna's speedpaint demo again, and this piece is inspired by one of his.
Something like 40-50 minutes.
Hmmm, Im going to start looking into posting larger, higher quality images. I think photobucket is making them one cookie cutter size right now. So I may be able to post some higher res images in the near future.
Hey, don't I know you guys from somewhere?
But this is strange. Here I thought that I sucked at brush application and texture and that industrial design was a weak point of mine. Weird.
As for the characters, I agree with you on some, but not all. Some are just really, really quick little guys, but others I think help and contribute to the story.
But I'll work harder at that from now on!
So here is a little tribute to SpaceMan Spiff of Calvin and Hobbes.
It has taken me far too long to update this page. I need to work on this stuff more.
A lot more.
I discovered this really cool feature on this site. The "whatevers" of the week. The creature thread is looking really promising, so I'll have to get cracking on that.
But until then, here are some fourty minute speedpaints.