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    Concept Art Stuff

    Hey guys, fairly new to Concept Art.org, so thought id post some a few concepts ive been working on recently.

    Feel free to c&c!

    This one is for a college project, i actually fully modelled this guy and is game ready at 7k tri. (You can see the finished model here: http://fc02.deviantart.net/fs71/o/20...d1b995dc59.jpg )



    Another for college project.



    Environment Study



    This one was a quite rushed for an indie game.



    Project Doodle


    More Environment Doodles





    Don't.. ask xD


    So yeah, thats what ive got for you guys atm. I'll keep updating as i make them
    Also sorry if some of the images are a bit big!

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    Got a bit carried away with a doodle this morning..

    Regret not starting on a bigger canvas..



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    Here are a few examples of some speedpaintings ive done



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    Need more work on your anatomy, it is weak enough to be distracting at this point. Lighting is okay in the environments but perspective is very weak also. More observation and work from life would help both disciplines.

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    Let go of the texture brushes for a while. They don't actually cover up the problems, but rather highlight them.

    Once you force yourself to nail perspective and anatomy, texture will enhance what's already there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dpaint View Post
    Need more work on your anatomy, it is weak enough to be distracting at this point. Lighting is okay in the environments but perspective is very weak also. More observation and work from life would help both disciplines.
    Thanks for the comment, anything specific about the anatomy? And any advice on how to improve the perspective along with observational work?

    Minigoth: Thanks, i don't use texture brushes as much in recent works, but when i do they are mostly hand made and just to suggest a texture or environment set.

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    Sketch scanned in then photoshoppped

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