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Thread: Cerkvenik's sketchbook
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I can see that you have improved a lot.
As artists, we have to learn to see.
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I changed the lighting a little based on my newer reference, i´m happy with the skin evolution but I realised later that his left side doesn´t match pretty much his left side!
Idk how much beard he´ll have. Its was kinda hiding his smile.
March 21st, 2012 #15
a little update, decided to go with a small beard to show better his smile. The only thing I would change so far is the old man´s nose (too square?) and fatten a little his right cheek I´m still deciding the color for the guy at the fg.
March 24th, 2012 #16
last update before the final version! At Photoshop the shadows were much darker... but I finished the bkg, I´m happy coz its way simpler than I normally do, I always go deep in details.
I just want to finish the guy´s head (gonna paint him smiling)
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April 16th, 2012 #19
Really like the progress on that latest one, it's already come a very long way since the first drawing, and I love how the woman's face is looking.
Some of your skintones - the monk, the martial arts guys - look a bit plasticky. I think it's partially the strong shine compared with the strong orange colour; you could use a bit more colour variation.
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May 28th, 2012 #25
I started framing the characters, I´m kinda happy with the composition, I think my biggest weakness is composition and I tend to go too much to the details and add a lot of things to compete with the main theme. Learning a lot with Bourguereau
May 28th, 2012 #26
Really great the way you did the skin coloring on the hands, any advice to have that kind of detail? the amor on the knight funeral it's also great.
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May 28th, 2012 #27
I took a photo of my parents! To go deeper on details you have to have the best references, photo is the fastest way, but if you starting to learn how to draw/paint, it´s important to learn anatomy too..
For the color, I use Deviant Nep skin swatch, just google it and you´ll find her deviant art pretty easy! Good luck!
Thanks for the knight! I got some nice feedback and I´ll try to simplify some things.. they told me that there are too many shiny spots..
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December 5th, 2012 #29
It´s been 3 awesome months travelling, but now is time to get things on track! New home, new city. Just a random guy before big things to come!
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December 5th, 2012 #30
You have a nice way of polishing up your renders, I like it.
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