some new stuff from head and a little study on muscles.. bought 2 books for anatomy which im going to abuse a lot in the next few days. also i have to complete my portfolio for my internship at a little game company here in germany.
it´s always a good idea to start a sketchbook to get critics for your portfolio and you have a solid start here.
I really like your "coffee-place" scribblings and the first sketch of your last post.
There are a few thing which I think you should focus on.
First of all your lines seem to be a bit unconfident (I have the same problem). When you are doing fast gestures, try to capture the silhouette with one stroke, avoid erasing.
Another thing you should practice is color theory in general. Your paintings look a bit monotonous colored. Painting from life may help. Also there is a nice tutorial by forum member Arne Niklas Jansson.
It covers the foundation of pretty much everthing.
And last the most important thing: just keep working/posting.
yay, thanks, i'll keep it up. i'll do my best but colors seem to be one of my biggest issues. also for the lines. i really think i should find the mid between rough sketching and clean lines.
well, the people of the company i went to asked me to do some 3d stuff like w/ zbrush before i'll get my accept. so i just started off w/ my new intuos 4 it's so great! and a relief compared to my old, very old one.
here's a little screenshot, i forgot to save the tool so now i cannot finish it anymore. it is my first try with 3d ever. and i didn't use a reference or anything. so it's not that bad.
but up next are some more studys.
But in your studies i see that you need to improve your lines. Try to draw something and make only 1 sure line everytime. You tend to draw a lot of lines until it looks right.
Just train this and your drawings will look much better
Keep it up dude!
I love the dragonslug!! Your pencil studies are great too, there isn't much i can say, just - keep drawing and improving!
"Alle Erinnerung ist Gegenwart"