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Studied some tutorials, maybe it could be helpful for some of you:
Metal Effect tutorial: http://real4fantasy.deviantart.com/a...F39635696&qo=7
Steel Ball Tutorial: http://jonathan2478.deviantart.com/a...F39635696&qo=5
Stone Wall tutorial: http://rach-resources.deviantart.com...F39635696&qo=0
I love your pencil studies! I also quite like your colored pieces, but I think they could use more refinement and detail. You have the basics of color theory down though, so I really think they could improve if you kept at them.
Visit my sketchbook. c:
Nina-the-Tiny: Thanx for visiting my SB, I'll try to do more finished pieces, but the problem is I work full day and so have not much time
Tried water-color still life recently... Well not so good... need a lot a lot practice with this...
And other stuff to study color and house concept for a game
By the way, I found this http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=148355 - tutorial really useful and cool, trying to use RGB color palette now
What do you mean with "not so good"? It loos great? Is it your first try, if yes it´s even more impressive!
What really amazed by your progress! One can see how you are able to apply every new experience in the next piece.
And thank you that you share these helpful tutorials with us^^
thanks for stopping by my sb
loving that design of a labyrinth
Ru-Nisher: Thanx for visiting my SB and DeviantArt page What about still life, I don't like drapery and a plate at all, this is't my first water-color in life, but first in this year. I'm too slow....
calisto-lynn, Hazart, andres333: Thanx for good comments, guys!
A little more anatomy and pastel sketch from reference:
I really like your little tribal hut, the colour portrait is cool too.
As for constructive criticism, I think in the last anatomy study you did, the top half of the body is too short, maybe this happened because you ran out of paper? But the figure's back seems too short to me. You also left a little white patch next to the white buttock where I'm sure no light could get to!
Overall the only suggestion I'd make to your cg painting is that lots of them seem very blurry around the edges, like they need refining?
Keep it up!
I LOVE that image of the woman painting her own hair, that is totally awesome. Quite imaginative and well done.
nice drawings , i am sure you are in the right way of drawing world . just dont give up drawing i mean draw everyday and dont forget to Revision your old work . it can help you a lot .
aks9: Thanx for stopping by, I try to do my best, but sometimes...
I rarely refine edges on my sketches, it aimlessly takes time as my goal was to uderstand color and composition a little more
Wgrace, raminafshari : Thank you a lot a lot for taking a look at my stuff
Character conceps sketches, sorry for crappy quality:
omg! that watercolor is amazing!. I don't know how you can bag on yourself for something like that (I'm actually kinda jealous) it looks so professional. I don't think there's one thing missing from that.
it's great to see anatomy studies in your sketchie, they'll help TONNES and those color studies are already paying off imo i like that kimono study, i think it would look great if you paintd it and that house for a game looks sweet, great work with those water colors as well looking forward to MOAR updates i really like this last post, especially the first & third ones. your female characters have great shape & proportions which gives a nice flow to them, can’t wait to see them complete
calisto-lynn: Thank you I'm working on edges too, hope it getting a little better on my today's sketch
gamersgene: Thanx a lot, your comment is SO inspiring! Definitely should do more watercolor!
miycko: Thanx for keeping interest to my SB, I really appreciate it! Thanx for all good comments, I know I should do more anatomy, but why it's only 24 hours in one day??? I did those girs in color, but haven't posted them here because I think they don't look like sketches, you can find them here http://in2eternity.deviantart.com/ar...2eternity&qo=1 and here http://in2eternity.deviantart.com/ar...2eternity&qo=2
And a knight for today
hey in2eternity good work on the knight fella. like how you did the little threads on the shield. good eye, chuck(wonder pets)!
massive improvement in your thread, gratz for that
Only thing I could critique right now would be your edge control... (esp. in digitals) ...
The knight could use some crisp, clean edges (i.e. on the shield, armor,sword and the helmet) to contrast the kinda blurry parts...
besides that, awesome work.
Keep it up
very nice sb keep up
gamersgene, aks9, inspectorsokar, Brahimpag : Thank you a lot for so good comments! I appreciate it
arestocrat: yes, that's my problem, I'm working on it... Hope it'll get better some day
I've just got back from vacation, have a few pencil sketches First one from life, last from imagination and the rest are from books
Did a few new stuff... The first one is quick pencil sketch, maybe I'll back to this work digitally and fix her anatomy, second is a pretty obvious tree , and the last one my first vehicle thumbnails. The idea was from http://www.stylus-monkey.com/ideatio...rt-1/#more-168 by Magic Man.
Great work - you've done a good job of tackling the issue you were having with blurry edges. Also, the progression on your rendering of metals from the top of this page to the knight is great. I really like the contrast you've added in with the few very sharp highlights. Really nice stuff.
Amazing sketches.. love the study on animals and objects, they are very impressive. Same goes to the digital painting works.. keep it up..
I see you learn very fast, one day you'll become a great artist go on!
tbaldree, torstan, Vipin_U, Guan, aka_sova: Thank you, I really appreciate a lot your attention and good comments
Did a few thumbnails to study color in nature and started Bridgman's Constructive anatomy. Couldn't find my pencils after we moved to another place, so did it by pen - and I foud using pen even better, so I can concentrate on the form and construction of the subject, not thinking about erasing.