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Thread: Designnoob´s Sketchbook
November 28th, 2009 #1
hi guys its ma first threat, so i would like to get some tips, tricks and help from all intrested artists here
this is a work from 2006 i paint it first the bad m****f**** trust a4
never by that board serious never !
now i got cintiq 12wx. man what a different
Last edited by DesignNoob; November 28th, 2009 at 09:53 AM. Reason: im new
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November 28th, 2009 #3
an other Comic-Charakter
November 28th, 2009 #4
a comic for my studying
November 28th, 2009 #5
November 28th, 2009 #6
some pitures i paint 1 year ago
November 28th, 2009 #7
more paintings "my feelings / my Boss / my outfit"
November 28th, 2009 #8
one of my old favorites
November 28th, 2009 #9
charakters i draw with pencil and copix...
November 29th, 2009 #10
Whoa, i was wondering who this newb was commenting on my SB, and here I find your a fucking mast-ah! Top-notch stuff
Everything from your lighting, perspective, folds, to anatomy, looks precise and controlled. But I'd hate to see a fellow artist become complacent, so kick it up a notch!! ;D
Your colors look good, but they lack something I call awesomeness. Push your values farther in color! Make the lighting pop with deep shadows, and make your shadows deep with popping light. All the while careening through the battle ground of everything in between, like an adrenaline junkie shipped off to Iraq and running across a fire fight to go pick up some milk!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Other than that, Keep it up!
November 29th, 2009 #11
A few new skatches Pencil to photoshop
November 29th, 2009 #12
You have a Cintiq? great investment I'm still using my old Genius Tablet haha. Anyway!
2006 is your first painting right? thats not bad at all. I think the best way for me to come up with new ideas for composition and anything else missing, I tend to flip my images horizontally constantly as I sketch and paint. That way I can see where I'm going wrong with the perspective, placements, shadings etc. anything really.
You have some skills already! try reworking that first image you posted. flip it horizontally and add more things and fix them. Maybe even colour it! It'll be easy with the overlay and color layer to paint that greyscale you have already.
November 29th, 2009 #13