some more junk from my pencilion gave me a couple of ideas though
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Joce will do
thx EightArms good to know people notice stuff like that
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sasha grey and some other woman the likenesses aren't the best but it's still practice
the last portraits where cool
but im not to fond of the cartoony stuff :/
pretty good portraits pal, but they are kind of your default, some of the enviros could be good but they need beefing up.
DStraX can't win 'em all
yeah souperspoon gotta put some more effort in I suppose, but at the mo I just feel a bit meh.
however this took a while, kinda obsessed lately by stuff that looks procedural but actually took a fair amount of effort.
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bryce dallas howard but, the likeness went to shit in a handcart.
but hey that latest chick was great
and the asian guy i like to
DStraX can't really agree with the last image but, I have to say I like the way the asian guy turned out.
a quick emma watson to stop an empty post
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nice digital sketches , but i guess they take lots of your time , why don't you work more traditional , i think is faster , or use a more free method for digital ?
some fairly random boobies
Giorge digital in general is pretty quick but some of the stuff I do is time consuming.
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Try furnishing us with a full image, not just a character in a static pose but a whole interacting scene. You said you wanted to get good with character drawing but the only way is to continually draw them in many different situations doing many different activities, so slap some life in those fuckers kidder.
I just wanna say that this ROCKS!
and if you can paint more of them
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cheers mariusz there will be more cars they're really fun to do.
yeah alright spoon I know I've gotta do the studies and stuff, and work out how to play this thing right.
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This is some kind of filter/effect or you made it by your hand?
If it's a plugin - where I can find it?
mariusz not a plugin sorry just time and a circle stencil and a copy of painter x and a mousey mouse.
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couldn't decide how this should look so here's six versions
p.s. I'd probably go with bottom right
yeah,it's the most readable.
Carnifex I think the warm grey bg and the slight blur help it form a coherent image.
Those TRON-type guys a few posts back are aces. And yeah, the bottom right is the most readable on the circle portrait. I'm not following your maths in the last post though..... you might want to explain it for the slower among the mental herd...
donalfall I liked those guys too fancied a bit of bright colour for a change.
the maths is pretty simple.
ford prefect (from hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy) + vin diesel - i +a = ford prefect diesel van.
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not bad lad could do with a bonnet scoop though, add to its bad assedness.
You're right about the bottom right portrait the warm grey lets your mind make up the colour it wants to fill the gap.
The bg on the character is weak, needs some sort of action or a more involved landscape. Just because you don't want to bother with it doesn't mean you shouldn't.
bought myself this little fella about 3 months ago, can't put it down it's like crack but with knobs on.
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3rd time lucky, 1st was shit 2nd got accidentally shaken out.
p.s. any know how to take a picture of a shiny flat surface with less angle on it?
a wip of 92 - 96
Your sketches are definitely more interesting than the norm.
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mine choice is first upper left
It's clean and have no effects, and we know what that is.
your choice is the same (bottom right) what I wrote but this glowing effect isn't nessecary
mariusz yeah the first is the closest to a colour blindness test but I still prefer the look of the last.
final version 92-96
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