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Your compositions are insanely cool
Crits and help of any kind are more than welcome!
Sushy: Thanks dude
Going to start studying film stills as I feel like I always paint the same few compositions over and over again.
Wow! Your rendering is awesome!! I especially love the one of the man with a bear skin hood/jacket; it makes me think of a rugged hermit guy, haha!
Cross-posting my EOW entry:
really interesting stuff you have!and a good imagination too! i like you bw studies you have a good handle in values!
3-4 hour female bust study.
EOW entry and a rough environment study.
James Dean study.
HIS SEXINESS IS IMPOSSIBLE TO CAPTURE.
Study of a punk girl.
So good! This latest stuff is killer, especially the environments. You got any wips or process shots on how you do them? Especially with that latest piece with the kids on the robot, it looks amazing and I have no idea how you would go about making something like that lol.
warburton: Thanks dude! I usually spend a lot of time getting the perspective nailed down at the start and then slowly building up the environment on lots of different layers so I can cleanly photo-bash on top. I'll see if I've any wip shots lying around and I'll post them
Female head painted mostly without ref. Feel like I'm slowly getting to grips with painting form with very subtle tonal shifts.
Portrait study of Natalie Dormer; focused on capturing the super subtle tonal transitions that give her face form.
Also attached an apartment painted from imagination, avoided photo-bashing outside of one or two textures.
Un-referenced sword girl, a study of Natalie Portman and a quick photobased enviro.
Portrait study of Ellen Page.
Working through the fundamental perspective techniques from Scott Robertson's 'How to Draw'.
More perspective stuff.
Randis: Thanks a lot man
Had a very unproductive weekend but managed to paint this guy.
Dumping stuff from EOW. Started with 2 very quick photo-bashes to help with idea generation then moved on to the final.
Hey man! Thanks for checking out my sketchbook a while back! Dude, I just went through your sketchbook..man, you've got skills!O.O Especially digging the robot in post 136#. I'll be subscribing!
my sketchbook http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=272981
Your work is really good. Traditionnal art, painting numéric, landscape and atmosphere seems me good. Really a good work !!!
Two 30 minute spitpaints. Totally not used to working within such a tight time constraint.
First image kind of came out nowhere and evolved into some form of gas harvester. Second image is the book cover I finally got around to completing.
Almost complete WIP of my late EOW entry.
Whirly: Thanks man.
Finally finished my late EOW entry. Spent way too much time on it and I'm largely unhappy with it :Z
Also found an older image of robot battle arena I never got around to posting.
An old workshop with Wipeout-esc racing ships. Looking at this now I think I should have seperated the values a little more, everything kind of blends together around the bottom left.