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    My Evolution

    Ok first this is me



    This are my drawings Feel free to tell me what do you think, comments are very welcome














































































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    Last edited by Cy-AN; October 2nd, 2009 at 05:40 PM.
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    not bad! its always nice to see creative beastary. maybe get a little more subtle with the textures. sometimes its too much and you cant really see whats going on.

    they all look pretty zerg-ish,too. study some horse or dog heads and different parts of animals, too.

    the drawings are pretty clean and readable, good work!

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    I see some nice creature ideas...keep up!

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    Really trippy and awesome concepts
    Keep em' comin!

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    "The Imagination, the inside of our heads, truly is the most vast frontier" - Terence Mckenna

    "Nature is the great visible ancient of creativity"
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    pretty f***** up creatures, haha...yeah, but definitely awesome maybe add more variation in there, they all look more or less the same...but great start and i'd love to see more

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    -> Kfeeras - thanks man and yes I know that my textures are somewhat problematic. but for me they are there as an indicators to develop my imagination, actually every time I draw, I try to evolve in another way, what I call an instant imagination. I'm not thinking too much about the problems of anatomy, those can be solved in the final version

    -> DANKA - I'm glad that you like them, I will try to draw more

    -> Frittzell(Image) - ok I will

    -> moving.pictures - I know that most are almost identical, but usually I make about 50 - 60 variations for each creature that I do with very small differences, only to see the differences and often happening to me as those 50 to convert in 100 and so on. Those small differences turn into a great number variants


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    Your mind must work a mile-a-minute cause your sketches a choas but in the end you finish them up nicely. Incredible creativity!

    "Creativity emerges only when the imagination is given the freedom it deserves."
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    cool creatures. Anatomy studies can improve them indeed. And as mentioned before be careful with the textures, sometimes it's hard to see the object, try to balance it out.

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    -> Razorleaf - Thanks MAN. I know my sketches are chaotic but if you sit and look at them more time you start to see all sorts of shapes and ideas You can find order in chaos at least that happens to me

    -> Surion - I know you're right I try to learn anatomy better and textures, are a little exaggerated I try to limit them


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    I agree with what Surion and Razorleaf are saying. .
    sometimes your stuff is too busy, and it could use more variation in animal or alien anatomy other than insectoid and zerg..
    Funny, that happens to me a lot too, just scribbling away and suddenly seeing shapes, forms, and ideas and reality seems to be seeping into the chaotic lines ..and presto! We have another creature!
    Other than that, some very strong designs, and well executed creatures so keep up the good work!

    "...it had the serene look in it's eyes of a creature that realizes it's a tube on legs..." ~ Terry Pratchett

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    Cow 207 wip





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    Hi mate, nice sketchbook, quite an imagination you got there!

    You should give this software a look at. Its great for artists like yourself with vivid imaginations
    (Also, the best part is its free

    http://al.chemy.org/

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    Wow.Your work show your great imagination.So many monsters really amazing me.
    Keep up.

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    @ MaFeng Thanks man and I try my best



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    Some sick creatures here, nice

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    Love your sketches, especially these more linear + these more abstract like

    In my opinion problem begins when you are rendering - in cleaning process you killing to much of goodies from these awesome wips. I would suggest to add colors rather more by overlay, or multiply and just a bit with basic color.
    something like here in Randis coloring tutorial (these guy is really awesome) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-X5Mas_Z_Q

    From finished works my favor is these one above Biped Insectoid (Insectoid is good either) its readable, colors are noble, and light contrast is good. But it may be just my personal taste so...

    Keep up the good work!

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    COW #233 WIP

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    COW #234 The Black and Orange Blood Sucking Terror

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    @MaFeng And @Sushy Thanks for the compliments, I'm still learning
    @Tsabu Thanks for advice so you know you're right, when I start to add colors all sorts of problems start to emerge i'm begin to learn how to solve but it's a difficult process to learn

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    COW 253 living interplanetary vessel Sketch

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    All youre creatures are looking pretty awesome but most feel very sharp and scaly Try something soft like a moss beast or a bear.

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    COW 253 living interplanetary vessel funny combination with the cut and paste

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    I have gave one more chance to Paint Tool SAI the first time I got bored very quickly but now I tried to see if I can do something in it and to my surprise I began to like it and this are my first drawings in it.

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