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January 24th, 2011 #181
Rotor: You're very wellcome! Thanx for advise, I tried to desaturate area around the horizon, is it better now?
Also, I've added shadows to icons, as devastacio suggested, but I'm not sure if it works right for this kind of icons... Maybe for another set it'll works better and maybe I should try not blurry one...
Next some thumbnails and wierd skin tone study during lunch break )
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January 25th, 2011 #183
Silwynar: Thanx ) The first thing is simple as it is - it's a wheel )
Well, here is some boring update... I did some studies while looking at Vilppu's lections, and I'd recommend him to anyone who can't attend drawing classes. He's really great and extrimely helping at the point where I am. The last one couple of life doodles in a pub before my friends came ^_^
January 25th, 2011 #184
I like your construction studies
keep it up and keep having fun learning
till next time
-Jamiesketchbook updated October 6th
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January 25th, 2011 #185
Mmmm... Nice drawings. If I would start to draw seriously, I guess I'd do somewhat similar stuff (after I would get the skills of course), at least I would love to
I didn't looked at every pages yet but what I saw was totally to my liking... *shining eyes*
I can't give crits, I just popped in quickly and I'm not good enough to spot flaws in your stuff so easily
January 25th, 2011 #186
Thanks a lot for the encouraging words at my sb. i appreciate it.
those icons look much better now. i like them. if you made the bottom of the map and the wheel a wee bit darker it could have added to the realism as well . but dont worry about it anymore.
environment at #181 looks really cool.nice color use here. i have no crits so just gonna say 'a job well done'!
Well, lets see some more cool stuff. oh btw i looked through your entire sb and i think you have improved a lot in painting. so keep up the good work mate.
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January 26th, 2011 #187
great winter themed paintings, especially the one with the little girl, those digi paintings are looking great overall the last one in post #181 is a bit too green, you could vary them by adding some browns & blues maybe, great thumbnails by the way, i find those so hard to do. nice work the Bridgeman & Vilppu studies too, keep posting, you're making great progress
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January 26th, 2011 #188
post 181!! i love that second picture in it. would love to see more of those.
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January 26th, 2011 #189
Good improvements over this thread!
I read you had trouble with mountains- I read in a book: Elemental magic - about animating FX to treat waves and mountains in a similar way.
Big ocean waves - not wimpy pond waves.
If you can sneak a peak through the book (I found it at the library) the passage might help. Sometimes just finding a backwards way to look at something can be helpful.
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January 27th, 2011 #190
OmertA: Thank you!
shiNIN: Thanx )))
devastacio: Thanx a lot for such good words)
miycko: Thank you! Yes, about this green skin, forgot to mention - the goal was to make GREEN skin, I thought it is so weird that I could try something different from orange-pink-yellow etc. Thumbnails aren't hard at all, you just show main flow of subject... Those Vilppu lections helped me in that too ) And thanx for good words about this winter girl, glad you like it!
oma: Hope to do more! But maybe not so soon, I still have a lot things to study
Rhubix: Thanx a lot for the book, hope I can find it. My mountains still sux... (
A bit of anatomy and color study from imagination... trying to figure out all this stuff with contrary colors, depth, value and so on...
January 28th, 2011 #191
seriously nice torso studies. Often when you post something like this you will think "here are just some boring studies"but they are very useful for people looking at your sb to see what stage you are roughly at with your pencil work. Any crits and tips aimed at your pencil work are going to have positive effect on your painting too, so its win win for you.
To be honest the bridgman stuff looks good, and from the size it is I can't see anything obvious to crit on. You are doing nice line variation in weight and width. No crits, just keep doing what you're doing!
May I ask what size these sketchbook pages are? (in paper that is)
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January 29th, 2011 #192
ThomasM: Thanx! I'm glad this doodles can be useful for somebody, this really moves me forward! I usually do this studies on A4 paper, sometimes a little bigger then A4 (anyway my scanner is for A4 size only), than I mix several pages (4 or 2 usually), make file smaller and that's all)
More anatomy, life stuff, and another try to get skintones from ref (you can find it here: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=199669) took me about 1 hour...
January 29th, 2011 #193
Oh skintones... I spent so many hours to try to figure out them... I'm not sure I have much idea at this point but I keep trying.
You made her skin too reddish but her skin definitely look like skin and is warm and nice and pleasing It would look like as a sunset shot but when you highlighted her right cheek, it lost the red it had on on its other side and it doesn't make much sense. It jumped to me so I mentioned. But it's a cool start, I'm looking forward to your faces in the future! I love portraits
I even recognized her after some time... She's Anya, one of my favourite models from gracefulnudes.com She's too thin but very very graceful and adorable...
Nice studies by the way
January 30th, 2011 #194
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January 30th, 2011 #195
great study i like it
keep it up my friend
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