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Thanks to my persuasive friends, I created a sketchbook here...
Please give some critic if you want to and hope you enjoy my art.
Here is an clockwork robot and 2 spaceship designs
Last edited by Fniss; June 12th, 2011 at 06:17 PM.
Wow. That retro-droid is just amazingly cool. Keep it up)
here is my sketchbook
good sb i like your art looks nice by the way but try to upload some from your daily sketching by pencil thats will help who watch your sb to judge fairly and give you a comment in the right way
i like the last pic looks fantastic but i think its need more work to say finish lol
do more practice to improve your art
share your art with us have fun
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Thanks, I also like my droid.
I uploaded what I had on my new computer at the moment that I thought was worth showing, more will come as times goes on in different styles, techniques and so on.
I know it doesn't feel finished yet, but at the moment when I made it, I got a bit tired of him and I am not quite sure what to do with him.
A bunch of silluettes and a work in progress sort of atleast concept piece inspired by turners art
another moodpicture something... A photoshop painting to put it simple.
A art deco/steampunk gun, an bunch of environmental mood thumbnails and a golem concept, all for schoolwork.
More schoolwork stuff
Welcome and nice start with your sketchbook! :]
The robot you posted has great colouring and I like the detail. Also, the silhouettes are neat, but my favorite has to be the bottom one, in the center. That one shows potential to be turned into something really nifty!
Lastly, I really like the design on your tommygun. The golden figurine holding on to the gun is brilliant :] However, I noticed that the dark areas around the stock of the gun make it appear as if it's hovering in front of the frame, instead of being attached to it.
Other than that, you're off to a good start. :] Keep it up.
your schoolworks are simply amazing :]
In some of the pieces , I think shades of different hues might be better than monochromatic gradients.
(I like what you did on the first one)
Since it is summer now and I have almost nothing to do at the moment I am going to try to put up something that I have drawn each day of the coming 10 weeks or so.
So first day of this trial I have drawn a vulcanic turtle and a cola jar light study.
Some nice sketches here One thing I suggest is putting more of your character images on either a black, white or plain grey background? I think a small gradient works too- but only a very subtle one. I think this will help make your images stand out more rather than having a purple background which may clash if there are lots of colours in the image.