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May 16th, 2010 #1
Juki's sketchbook (some nudity)
Welcome! and glad you had the time to drop by.
Feel free to comment everything you see in here, it's not much at the moment but I will try to update it as frequently as possible. Every shred of advice is gladly accepted.
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Studies on male anatomy (torso), I used some reference on these.
I guess I should do some studies on pen and paper also, it's just a lot easier and more fun on Photoshop
Last edited by Juki; May 17th, 2010 at 02:41 PM.
May 17th, 2010 #3
A couple of Piratey environments!
This first one was pretty effortless and I had a good groove while making it, took about an hour to make
The second enviro below was maybe a bit forced, so it didn't come out as nice.
Last edited by Juki; May 17th, 2010 at 02:44 PM.
May 17th, 2010 #4
The Earthgod's sanctum, a place for worship.
This was a pretty quick environment sketch, maybe I'll add some worshippers and sacrifices like food and drink (left for the earthgod).
May 18th, 2010 #5
Here's a few object rendering practises, done using these actual objects for reference (duh!):
The faithful canon for my photos.
And a drinking glass with some liquid in it (no, it doesn't contain alcohol)
Appreciate some crits and tips
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yeah ever since i discovered photoshop i havnt picked up a pencil, studyings a lot more fun this way. your anatomy form studys look great,now play with more color variation. paint a man lit by diffent lights and stuff. use more contrast in the value, go dark. ad a unsharpen mask at the end for flavor, unless your against it. do you have massive or gnomon tutorials? get some. i learned alot in 6months.
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May 21st, 2010 #7
Thanks for dropping in. I have some massive tutorials wich are really helpful indeed, and I think i should get some more of them.
I agree and I have noticed the same thing. After finishing a piece I usually notice afterwards that it could use a lot more deeper/darker shadows and also some color variation. Got to work on it more..
May 21st, 2010 #8
If you're worried about getting a bigger range of values, don't forget that if you've got a piece you're working on in color you can always temporarily convert it to greyscale to check your scale of values.
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May 21st, 2010 #9
Thanks fo the tip Amarok, I'll put it in to use for my next piece
May 24th, 2010 #10
Hands and feet from reference.
May 24th, 2010 #11
Thumbnail's of some action pose silhouettes. I tried to get the characters to read from the silhouette only, hopefully I succeeded. I also tried to be quick about it but it took a bit too long, I guess speed will improve eventually by training.
Last edited by Juki; May 24th, 2010 at 10:09 AM.
May 26th, 2010 #12
This is a study on somewhat simplified human measures.
Redlined some stuff to help me remember the proportions between different bodyparts and also the placement of some.
I used an anatomy book for reference on this one.
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Wow, great job, all of this stuff looks pretty amazing. Specifically i like the silhouettes, they look pretty professional. The human measures woman looks perfect, completely symmetrical for side and front view. Your well on your way to being a great artist, keep at it! Frankly, i wish i had your talent, haha.
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