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December 6th, 2010 #14
@heix33: thanks for stoping by! I looked up this Craig Mullins, he's awesome!
@zauselbart: das erste overpainting von dir ist sehr hilfreich, aber..ehm..wie soll ich das sagen.. das zweite Bild sieht jetzt mehr nach einem hämischen Dino aus, nicht mehr wie ein orangutan.. ;P
Some more zoo sketches. I force myself to use colours.
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Nice work. Maybe you could add more sharper detail to these pieces later. at the first glance the legs of the rhinoceros were looking bit odd but after looking at few references, i think they are okay. Little more detail on the crane would be great too.
Anyways good work mate and keep posting more.
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December 12th, 2010 #16
Thanks devastacio! The legs are indeed a bit off, too short for the body I think.
I found some time to continue the WIP I posted above. I'm still not happy with the hair but I went on to the second portrait in my Dr. Horrible-wallpaper. Painted in Photoshop after some screenshots from Dr. Horribles sing-along-blog. Any advice?
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This sketchbook is a joy to look through, very well done and I especially love the apes. Those images remind me of my brothers !! LOL
seriously lovely work thanks for sharing
A great kind hearted lumbering bullock
http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=209918 = my Sketchbook