fucking ace man
gotta love sharpen eh xD
So a blue yeti is a desert creature! Poor thing, it must be hunted down often, since it's very easy to spot because of the bright blue skin, might produce a nice backpack or wallet. I'm wondering though how their meat might taste
No crit from me, as i learn much from your every post, even downloaded some of those photos for my enviro practice, hope you don't mind.
It's too bad you don't have your finished piece on the web, cuz I'm actually confused on how one polish their rough but solid digital sketches (as you shown here) that's why i asked about your finished piece earlier. I'm having a hard time to go further from my roughs. I got one clue that i have to just keep at it and learn from doing. It will be nice though if i can hear some insights
It still rocks!
Makes me want to paint : )
Great use of suggested detail in some of the landscapes! really push painterly aspect of the pieces- any chance of some wip screens posted up?
Same goes with your character/creature designs- solid, saleable concepts
- ooh, and the duck-shield-kid has potential, brah- im just sayin
hunchback: Its too awesome sometimes
witcrack: Thanks! Zooming in a lot, and using a lot of reference will help when you get to finishing off stuff. If its a humanoid, get someone to pose when youve figured out the pose somewhat.
Aberzheim: Duck shield kid will be improved upon when i get time.
more paint on the blue monster. "liquify" is pretty useful to move stuff around fast. Notice how i use the signature to somewhat improve the picture, and as a compositional element. Its probably a law against doing that.
Oh I like him very much
You have immediately inspired me to go eat something and play a couple rounds of mw2 and then to come back here and do mine owns exciting, somewhat sketchy, monstar, as is this one you did using the under-used colour, except maybe I'll skip the gaming and just get the food
DanielC: Thanks! I will make a fork of it, absolutely! The killfork! You can eat/kill food with it.
mike butkus: Thanks!
Traveler: Thanks! It ended up as some sort of leftover. It will turn into a spine or something in a later iteration.
William b. Hand: Awesome! I know the feeling. CA keeps on givin.
A sketch of some mountains. Im disappearing for a couple of days, so no updates until uuuuh next time i get to a place with internet/scanner etc.
Hi there, damned nice stuff again, those enviroments were propable speed paintings, but the horizont silhouette look little muddy and flat, maybe more clear air perpective and variety in height in backround would do the trick? keep on posting anyway!
MY SKETCHBOOK IN BIG LETTERS: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=116474
COMPLETE LIST OF THE FORGOTTEN SKETCHBOOKS: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...=1#post1992378
O_O katchin!!!! wow mate ;D that sculpt stuff is awesome ;D gely monsta
Nettle_Mountain: Thanks for the input! Updates attached, still dont feel done to me.
witcrack: Thank you! Im doing sculpture-studies of various animals in sculpey. Hind-leg of horse attached.
cellphone-camera didnt appreciate the light-frequency.
Krato: Thanks! First one 3 hours in one sitting. Second one difficult to say, been working on it on and off for a while.
witcrack: Thanks! Ive used sculpey on all of these.
Honestly, your environments are truly detailed with colors and they just draw me right in as if I was there, standing and seeing what's out there.
Thanks for inspiration.