Kqwaard and in2eternity: Thanks!
Let it be said that I suck at environmental painting. Probably because I never do them. So now I've forced myself to practice, and before this day is over, there shall be a minimum of 5 new environment sketches on my pc! Those I deem worthy of public display will be posted here. I've got two so far, have a look.
All advices concerning environment artwork is VASTLY appreciated!
Here's one more presentable environment basic practice:
Oh dear me, I made another one. This is actually starting to get entertaining. ^^ If this keeps up, I should save gather the future pics in a single post. I'm starting to feel embarrased by my frequent single-image updates.
Some photoshop sketches and two unfinished painting:
Last edited by JaneMag; February 20th, 2012 at 07:06 AM.
Some erotic sketches I forgot to post.
Awesome. Not too much, just enough. More powerful that way I think.
my Sketchbook plz help me become a better artist !
Thedaywillcome: Thanks, will keep it like that!
Vanaga: Haha thank you! Sure, I'll be happy knowing that someone has it on their wall, laughing. ^_^
Tronrobot: Thank you!
Shockowaffel: Why, thank you!
Pretty Angel: Thanks! Good luck!
MarcSampson: Thank you!
One anatomy study from reference plus the finished sketch from earlier.
nice work ! , i really like it http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1289306992
and your concepts here for example
thanks for drop on my sketchbook too : )
I joined this week's CHOW: the Siren. Here's the first sketch!
Hai there nice stuff
Youre thumbnail char designs on the last page are really nice and varied lots of cool ideas i'd like moar of them. Your digital strokes are very nice your paintings already have their own style which is cool.
For environment crit, boring but especially at the initial stages studies will help because that part of your mental library is quite sparse so it cab be difficult to pull on something, you will learn a lot from first couple studies. Also when I first started trying envs I was trying to do crazy with angles and stuff and thats just adding another element to have to deal with so try and keep them simply in composition and focus on getting it nice and legit with some good design and interest, hope that helps somewhat
I really love this texturised-but-not-in-excess look of your paintings!
I'm a great fan of The Dark Knight too, can't wait to see new one! Planning to grab some Batman comics soon, to inspire myself.
Human/elf drawings are really nice, I like how your use of colour in sketches. And the Siren looks promising too!
Keep up good work! I will definitely be coming back!
no pain, no gain
#42 almost reminds me of wood block craving. Neat technique.
Make a sketchbook happy, feed it a tip to improve!
Aaaaaallright! It's been ages since last time I posted, in my own solid tradition.
Guess it's time to do something about that.
Thanks for all your comments so far!
So! Here are some recent sketches.
Last edited by JaneMag; September 24th, 2012 at 02:55 AM.
Oooh yes, the rake brush is my best friend.