Hello, I'm from Sweden!
Have been posting stuff on polycount.com for about a year now, but I feel that my 2d sketches are out of place there, so I though I would post them here.
Last edited by deusExMatteo; November 28th, 2009 at 01:55 PM.
some older stuff
last one for today
btw, should have said this from the start - if you have comments and critts , by all means share them! thx
some concepts for structures
how do I separate my sketches so that their borders doesn't touch? When I use the attachment manager they get pushed together in the vertical direction.
thx in advance for answer
Nice sketches...I particularly like the ones in pen. I also like the the gunship, is that to scale? and of course, nothing beats drawing on regular ole' notebook paper.
@nakhon: thx totally agree about the pen and notebook, but I should really learn about colors and stuff so I'm trying to work more on my wacom. The gunship is a concept for an rts game we're making for school, so I have to keep it to scale with the other units. It's a one man tank...
lmao at your attached picture
I'm liking your tech/robot designs, very cool. Keep 'em coming
Nice sketch work. I like the siloette robot designs the best. If you are working on the figure I suggest working from some good anatomy books to start off with. It will improve your proportion and other drawing skills as well. Kep up the good work!
random sketchbook stuff from the last couple of days, did some anatomy from a book I found lying around in school - good stuff, defenitly going to take your advice silvestri and do that more thx for your useful comments mate
Last edited by deusExMatteo; December 2nd, 2009 at 06:02 AM.
i like the sketches from ur sketchbook, keep it up
keep it goin man.
I really like your small sketches. They really eye like you enjoyed drawing them. The joy just springs of of them.
In your digital work you should work a bit on your blending. Now it all looks pretty muddy. Take a softer brush and blend some color together and later use a small texture brush to get away from the airbrush look.
Yeah man, really cool Ideas. But I really loved how you used that incredulously ridiculous .gif to get me in here.