I've been drawing occasionally for a few years (and of course as a child), but this year I decided to take it really seriously and make it worth something and improve myself... so I think this is a good chance how to get some quality feedback...
Thanks for visiting my Sketchbook...
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A few digital concepts and sketches...
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Some of my more-or-less finished pieces...
- Lady Winter
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I was quite lazy lately to update some of my recent works...
So, here is one older study...
Three another yet-unfinished works...
Hey man - looks like you've got a good start on rendering skills. I like. Great use of color too. Drawing gals is my favorite thing as well - haven't got around to painting them yet though.
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Thanks for reply. Yeah, I draw lot of female characters... hope someday to grow up out of this and will be finally able to focus on another subjects (or maybe not... .-) )
I did lot of drawings with pencil, but with digital painting I think that I can better understand form, light, color etc. and as result more improve myself...
nice works man , u r great in digital paintings , hope see more of ur works
but in paper
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Thanks for reply. I will try to scan some classic drawings.
Recently i carry a sketchbook and ink pen whenever i go....
I see you're messing around a bit with composition. A book I recommend is of course Andrew Loomis' Creative Illustration, and also The Practice and Science of Drawing, by Howard Speed.
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im realy liking the work, one thing i would work on though is the shading. the neck on the girl with the wite face looks a bit dark to me. keep up the good work
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Thanks for comments and tips....
@Jushra - I've looked into Andrew Loomis little bit a while ago. He wrote amazing books. So, time to go back and study...study...study... The second book is new for me, I will look for it.
@Colin - Yeah, the neck is really dark, I see it much clearly now. I was redrawing the face and i forgot to fix the lightning on the neck. For my defense, these three images are still unfinished...
A small update with some older stuff...
First is finished study of some gloves...
And two next are pictures done for Chow209 (Samael) and Chow210 (Yuki-Onna)
And three another older (~4 months) pieces.
First is Chow 212 (The Veteran)
Second is not well finished Angel...
and third is really quick sketch...
Yeah... still lots of things to improve (??everything on canvas except ideas??)...
Edit : somehow the pictures was not uploaded... so now should it be fixed.
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Just amazing! I love your style.
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Still chasing past days...
Again a few another older pictures (January/February 2010)
First is character hanging somewhere between Heaven and Hell.
I think that in some way this experienced everybody...
During exam time at college... its every day :-))
Another two pictures are characters from Diablo game. I'm a huge Diablo fan.
Now I'm developing in free time the Tablet Tool, but back in year 2000 (?) I was developing character-backup tools for Diablo I. Mainly because in our country at that time was internet stability very poor and dying and loosing all equipment of my clvl 50 Warrior (Yeah .-) - huge fan..) because because of "lag" was every day risk playing on Battle.net.
So... second picture is Assassin from Diablo II
and third is Female Monk from Diablo III...
First one is a sketch that is trying to capture ~50's mood and atmosphere.
Second is a referenced study...
Very nice work! I like the perspective of the girl hanging in post #16.
Here's my Book of Sketches
"Anything you can imagine is real." --Pablo Picasso
"Nothing says, 'I couldn't care less' like Times New Roman." --Me
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Thanks Cozmo for your comment. The perspective was a tricky part.
And few new paintings (studies) - these are from end of year 2010 and it took me about 4-6 hours each..
Whohooo, I like your style.
I like when someone paints a lot of females.
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Yeah, drawing females was for me always a little bit more interesting than other subject.
Thanks for visiting my SB.
A lot of really solid digital art in here =) I am envious. Which means only one thing: More art! *Scribbles furiously*
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Thanks for comment. This time I'm adding three Chow's, but I managed to submit only one...
-> Amazon Queen
-> Serial Killer
-> Intergalactic Postman
Quick values study, its referenced from photo by B. Vallejo.
get some studies on Anatomy and Persipcitve
ANd Which Tablet you Use ?
And Keep your sketchbook alive
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Anatomy in (and) perspective are really themes where I'm still barely scratching the surface... still a lot work to do.
My tablet is Wacom Graphire 4 (A5). Compared to now common Intuos 4 its a obsolete piece of HW, but it is still working...
Thanks for reply Max.
Today just some quick anatomy studies...
Yeah, it has been a while... I have to catch up..
This is a quick (ok. little bit slower) sketch of Cinderella
Since Wednesday I'm using
Sketchbook Copic for my daily sketches. The toolset is very limited, but it is fast and simple so it is maybe an advantage that allows me to focus on the drawing...
I don't want to look like an advertisement guy so... here are first two sketches with this tool.
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