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    Marworthy's Sketchbook

    A few CHOW's, COW's and others


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    I don't know why anyone commented on this, this is great stuff! What program do you use?

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    Thanks Demon! I actually just put this up. Do you know how to seperate the attachments so they aren't all clumped together?

    I use photoshop and a wacom tablet.

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    Great

    I really like these! First one is my favorite, you did a really nice job of making the core look alive and lava-y. XD. The last one was very good but not my choice of angles to say the least. haha.
    I am new to drawing and would love it if you would politely critique .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Marworthy View Post
    Thanks Demon! I actually just put this up. Do you know how to seperate the attachments so they aren't all clumped together?

    I use photoshop and a wacom tablet.
    Unfortunately, I just joined a few days ago, you may ask someone else, but I don't think you can separate them. I also use a wacom table, Bamboo Fun. I also use Sketchbook Pro for digital artwork.

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    realy great works! seems like youve got a big load of imagination

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    Early start on the latest COW

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    more progress on the half pounder

    I am undecided on the tail at this point. The skin texture and colors are just tests. I hope to go into much more detail than this.

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    I like the one on the left. The colors look more natural and ooky. Haha. I also like the pony-tail butt going on. Nice works!

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    coool

    i like the one with the horse nicely rendered....those litle dangerous creatures are nicely designed....i like the one wid more skintone.....gr8 work


    cheers

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    Thanks for the comments. I think I'll go with the left one

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    The left one seems more cow like, the right looks a bit reptilian. Nice work on both though!

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    minor updates on MR. pony tail butt

    holding off on the color for a bit, while i resolve the form and add texture.

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    a bit more progress

    No major changes. I had a bit of time to refine the face, particularily the eyes and teeth.

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    more progress on the half pounder

    more details including the hair and tail updates. I started fixing the feet. One more day to wrap up!

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    Finally finished!

    Marworthy's Sketchbook
    Last edited by Steve Marworthy; August 22nd, 2009 at 03:29 PM. Reason: small, more color

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    hey

    oooo....the finished piece looks gr8....nice texture and over all feel.

    keep it up!!!


    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=165554

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    Thanks Maria! This way longer than expected to paint, but I am please with the overall form. The color didn't come out as well as i hoped. It looks a bit too desaturated to me. My typical method of coloring didn't work out with this tonal range for some reason. I might take another crack at it after CHOW voting.

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    Nice work! What font is "half pound of evil" set in?
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    actually this desaturated kinda feel is working here, it some how makes the scales and rough texture of the creature prominent....but if u hav better in ideas in ur mind will like to see that. i think its hard to make this sort of creatures two legged in a believable way....so it rocks. oh and thanx for droping comment on my SB....i 75%completed that muzafarabad sketch...i m kinda slow.....crits is welcome!!!!


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    There, updated with more color (above). I think what it really need was just more color variance in the main body that could draw in the rest of the palette. It wasn't the saturation after all, just color variance that was needed.

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    A quick sketch to get something moving on the next cow

    lean, mean, and green

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    nice paintings. the last finished is realy cool.. the new cow looks very promising. *inspired*

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    Great work on the creatures and other things, keep up the good work.

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    Thanks Jocky, Icedearth! I am currently doing a paintover to work out the proper form on another layer.

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