Awesome result for that robot/creature thing . Very helpful tut aswell thanks and ty for the advice on my sketchbook
Brun: Thanks! Yes everyone seems to b after more and more definition. Guess it's that thing I'll have to try harder and harder.
Kuidf^!: Thanks! I hope those tips helped
About the tut, any crits or suggestions about it are very welcome, since I'd like to do more in the future, so lemme know what it missed.
Another quick environment... I really have problems when it comes to rocks and the like -.-
Nice painting! Cool Spidermech!
mariusz: Thanks alot
Ricardo: Glad you like them I still have a lot to run in order to reach the top (yes I dream that hard ), in all aspects.
The environments take me around 20mins-1h to do, on the speedpaint phase. It depends on the complexity, and\or how stuck I get in some part.
About the characters, you're 100% right... in fact I should paint the human form or animals more often... perhaps after this one, if I gather the courage
Will post the finished soldier tonight... will he get his much sought after gum?? Find out tonight, so stay tuned!
Killer imagination man. You've got some awesome work in here. Keep it up.
Thanks Hellfire and nurraymjo!
Here's the continuation of a fast doodle I posted some time ago. Think it's a good way to practice a bit of human form in extreme poses as well as cloth. Trying to stay away from his expression, but can't avoid it for much longer
Thanks Ricardo, I'm glad you like it! I'll keep posting no worries
I'm taking life painting more seriously, although it aint easy to get models around here...
Here's a sketch of a model, and a portrait of my girl, although it doesn't look like her at all I need to practice much much more.
Nice done with armor suit!
I'm impressed with how often you update! Nice domes in post #93, I also like #99. As far as the life paintings go the only thing I would say is that you tend to have stronger more confident shapes in your more imaginative works. I think this is the case for most people, but if you can create stronger more angular definition in your life drawings that will go a long way. Perhaps focus less on texture in them as well. I always feel like even if I am not sure of the shape that I am making it cannot hurt to make it appear bold and confident. If you look at sketches by masters you can sometimes see errors, but the shapes are so attractive that you can easily forget.
Well, that's what happens when you have nothing else to do However, for each that I post here, I scrap 3 or 4 more...
And agreed on that confidence comment. I do try to be confident when drawing from life, or drawing the human figure, but in the end it's still coming out pretty "wussy". Practice will make perfect I guess.
great sketchbook, some great colors and designs...
I...must...learn...painting...that...sci fi...stuff!!!! Great sketchbook, I will have an eye on this one!!!