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July 23rd, 2012 #157
kevin_ Thanks so much man Still looking to push my color further though!
geminick- I'd never forget you baby ;D I'm so glad we've become reunited! I have a beautiful image of my early journeys into digital painting :> It makes me laugh every time I see it XD!!!
#1 Made a quick b+w enviro from memory, focused on speed+texture brushes+looseness
#2 Weapon thumbs for nancy
#3+4 I cannot for the life of me decide which image I want to finish up because I enjoy the compositions of both.
So overall I'm trying to gear my work more towards the video game industry. I evaluated my body of work and it did not seem that way. So from here on out I'm leaving the pretty picture making to studies and going to make my serious work more concept oriented >:0~
Hide this ad by registering as a memberJuly 23rd, 2012 #158
HAHA, nice one, nice one! X''D Not my own first few adventures into digital painting looked any better........
Anyways, I like the new stuff you've put up. Sadly, however, I haven't really ventured into this stage of painting yet, so I'm not really sure if I have anything constructive to say..
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July 23rd, 2012 #159
This sketchbook doesn't get nearly as much attention as it deserves! Completely blown away by the way you're using colour lately - so saturated and gorgeous, unf. And those brushstrokes in this one... just, gah, beautiful work. You're definitely giving me something to work towards here :')
As for the bottom two compositions... I prefer the wider panoramic one, personally - just seems more attention grabbing, leads the eye into the middle better, and it gives the kids more of a sense of idk, discovery? wonder? because the landscapes so big and they're so small... I also kinda like that it's a bit more of an unusual format, and you've pulled it off great. I hope that helps!
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July 23rd, 2012 #160
That's some damn good work here. I'm looking to go in a similar field but I have a looong way to go. Your studies are lovely, I need to get cracking at some as well.
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July 24th, 2012 #161
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July 24th, 2012 #162
amazing work i love how u handle colors!
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July 24th, 2012 #163Registered User
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viki oh, I love this sketchbook! Your painting earlier really caught my attention. I forget which era, but your paintings definitely remind me of some 18th century Mannerism/ Impressionist-esque work. And I also love your studies, comic art, and concept art. I love it all! I know I have a lot of work to catch up to you.
August 23rd, 2012 #164
geminick- it's so great to look back at old art xD! I wanna see your early stuff too! Awe you can tell me if something isn't working I love opinions, thanks for dropping by again, make some art so I can see how lovely your works become!
Jessibelle- Awwee, thank you dear, your too friggin sweet ;u; I prefer quality over quantity when it comes to comments, only thing I feel that lacks here is some ass busting critiques ;D And thanks for your suggestion on the 2 images it helped me make my decision, good valid points too, I definitely choose the panoramic one for my portfolio :>
Luskan- Thank you so much man, keep studying and practicing and you'll be surprised where you go :>!
Revidescent- woot, glad you like my designs!!! Thanks so much :3
iceman478- Thanks so much! Im glad you like my colors, I want to push them harder and make them more insane, kinda like rayman origins concept art/background art in the game *_*
gabeLamas- shit, oh man what a nice compliment ;u; thanks!!! I'm so glad you like my work! And dude, you can do it, just practice real hard and always challenge yourself
#1+2: Process work for arctic lady for my portfolio
#3-5: Commuter sketches on the train yesterday
#6: Decided it was time to start tackling 3D, first time using sculptris, lovely program! I'm gonna dive into zbrush and maya and blender too after I tackle TimelineFX
August 23rd, 2012 #165
really nice style
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August 23rd, 2012 #166Registered User
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#3 and #4 in post 157 are really nice and the same work in 153 looks even better. that Z brush is interesting too. nice.
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August 26th, 2012 #168
August 26th, 2012 #169