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Thread: JoshDArtist's sketchbook.
August 3rd, 2009 #53
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August 4th, 2009 #55
Hey man, I'm really liking the sketchbook so far
Plus I think that last monster you drew even though you seem disappointed at it being in a more comic style I think it looks insane, love the colours in it!
My only real crit so far is probably in a couple of the pictures such as the planet with the asteroids and the monster in the city I can see the filter you have used and they seem to distract me from the picture which overall is very well presented.
Keep up the great work
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August 4th, 2009 #56
Bagg: Thanks alot! I like how the colors turned out in the latest one, as well...
I am struggling/slowly working away from that damned poster edges filter... and the more people notice it getting in the way, the easier it's getting to get away from it.. lol..
(thanks to everyone for making me aware of it.. seriously, that's why I post my shit up here... I friggin love this site.. )
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August 4th, 2009 #57
Thanks for the comment in my sb.
I think you've got something going on here. I liked the painting of the boy and fish on the first page, and the thumbnails looked awesome. I think the last creature is looking pretty wicked, then again, I'm a sucker for comic-stylized images.
Keep on groovin' man!
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August 4th, 2009 #58
Hey bro! These are some juicy updates. That last monster is awesome (the comic style one), and actually I think it's one of your most successful pieces so far. I would say that you might want to try pushing the shadow values darker in the chest area, adding a couple of different hues of green to the skin tone in some areas, and possibly give him some textures (eg: make his horn-thingies look like they're made out of a different material than his skin). For next time, you might like to take a look at muscle insertion points and try to understand how they connect to bones and what shapes they make when the limb is in different positions. A lot of what you've done is very convincing (especially the lower section of the large set of arms), but certain muscle groups (such as the shoulder area of the large set of arms) don't seem to connect in a way that's functional.
Great designs, keep it up!
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August 5th, 2009 #59
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August 6th, 2009 #60
August 6th, 2009 #61
Nice lighting on that last monster!
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August 6th, 2009 #62
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August 21st, 2009 #64
Updatin' yo' face!!!
eparts: glad ya liked it!!! kinda wrong in the right way, huh?? lol
All right, so I sucked this last week... didn't get half as much as I wanted to get done .. done...
I hate crappy weeks, but what can ya do?
So here's a couple sketches I did today at work... whilst not working.
Then a Conan comic/quickie thang... just a fun lil piece..
and a work in progress... Atlantis, er.... something..
more updating and work this week, I PROMISE!!!
August 24th, 2009 #65