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Making sketchbook for my rough and completed works.
Last edited by Johan Lindroos; September 3rd, 2010 at 08:24 PM. Reason: good stuff
whoops forgot the art.
great start! post more
Check out my sketchbook!! http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...=703571&page=4
Nice start! Looking forward as you come back to the living
great! Really nice chars!
Nice start on sketchbook. These characters are really lovely. They make me wander what the story is behind them. Keep it going.
nana_iro_miso: Thanks! They're my portfolio work
seetsy: That's the plan!
Mister Dark: Thank you.
Vritra: You got it!
MacTire: No problem!
cdejong: Thanks. I worked as a 3d Modeler in a video game company. Now I've shifted into concept art.
theUNKNOWNsketcher: *stays alive* Thanks!
shumizu: Thank you.
Ivan Turcin: Thank you.
Thanks for the warm welcome. Here are some things I've been working on since. Oh, and check out my Blog. I *usually* post more often there. Keep drawing everyone!
I actually think your poses could stand to be WAAAYYYY more dynamic. They are all pretty stiff and lifeless in my opinion. And the faces seem devoid of any real emotion as well. In the one of the boy, it almost looks like his arms are on backwards.. I think its the clothes, but not sure. Anyways.. just my two cents.
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I agree with nickelhead. i can see the 3d modeler influence in the poses, but I can tell you definately know what your doing well enough to easily fix that. Other than that these are some beautiful concepts! Great handling of form and design. Can't wait to see some more.
Nickelhead: I understand what you mean about the 3/4 posed characters. Pretty emotionless and posed kinda stiff. As for the Boy, He is a style sheet meant for the 3d modelers. The 3d modelers create a generic ''default'' face and pose then rig it to do facial features and animations. Thus, their ref has to be neutral to model over. Thanks for the critiques!
bpic: Thank you!
Been working on this weeks CHOW: Rosie the student necromancer. here are some WIPs.
Fantastic work! Five star sketchbook for sure.
cdejong: Thanks dude.
Bombur: Thank you.
Metal Fingers: Thanks! Gotta keep pushing it to the limit ....and beyond!!
Character of the week challenges are super fun. I will definitely participate again in the near future.
Here's my submission to last weeks character, Rosie the Necromancer. Also a night doodle that may not go anywhere.
Gotta work more on Creatures. Characters are kind of a safe zone.
UUUUGH, need to update my sketchbook more.
Anyway, here's some stuff I've worked on in the past week or two.
Like the shapes that these last bugs are making
Love your sketchbook, will be following. :]
kidult: Buuugs are fuuuun *drools*
Mystic-Spiritus: Thank you for the support!
Some new stuff.
Nice clean character sketches. The one thing I am missing is character work with lots and lots of lighting information! Pimp them up a bit - makes em more interesting to look at =D
PHATandy: Thanks PHATandy. Sorry to let you down for over a month.
Tom van der Linden: Oh yes, Richard Doble has been a big influence for me. His technique really helped me understand digital painting when i started off. It still rubs off.
As for my Heritage. My Dad is Finnish and my Mom is Chinese.
Crahzz: Thanks! Pimping up my designs! I'm a little scared of lighting. Specifically directional and bounce lighting. I will try though. PS. love your work... but you know that already
Been too long. A Doodle and a creature.