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Thread: Razen Sketches...
June 29th, 2012 #31
Here's some space craft designs that I came up with in Photoshop, really roughly done. and recently I decided to study Kekai kotaki's art style and try my hand at it
so here are some of those studies (some wips too)
Last edited by razen_sketch; June 29th, 2012 at 09:26 PM.
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July 1st, 2012 #34
Some very solid works here, really enjoy your creature designs especially. As for critiques, I would say try to find a more well balanced mid-tone when painting (calibrating your monitor can make this easier if you haven't already done so). Keep up the hard work.
July 1st, 2012 #35
Thanks for stopping by and commenting in my sketchbook thread. You've done some great stuff in alchemy as well. I'll have to actually take some of mine to the next level in photoshop as you've done. I need to study anatomy as well as ploting things in perspective in general I struggle with vechicles and environments. I just need to work in general lol but I work in a 3m plant and it kinda just sucks the inspiration out of you lol. Checking out your sketch book among others sure does help though.
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July 1st, 2012 #36
Good stuff man. I remember seeing your blog some 3-4 years back. Especially the creatures and one portrait of you as wolverine haha. You were the only indian artist i knew who did cool stuff. Looks like you have been here for a while and now posting back again! Cool stuff man. I like your style. Keep them coming
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July 2nd, 2012 #37
today's art update, I guess I've uploaded way too many copic sketches..
will try coming up with some digital stuff soon
@sin eater - thanks dude, how long was it when you had gone through my blog ? and you've got some really good work yourself
@cgaddict - thank you again but could you elaborate on what you meant ? I am a little confused
July 2nd, 2012 #38
Namaste! Aap kaise hai? Cool stuff in here, I especially like the sky studies (I'm actually in love with well coloured skies including epic clouds ^^), would like to see more of those ... the monster-singer made me smile bet the idea of giving him a mic came up afterwards didn't it ^^?
No skill still isn't a new side.
~ Arnold Böcklin
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July 2nd, 2012 #39
Are you referring to the monitor calibration? It basically means adjusting the monitor's brightness and contrast to ensure you get the best possible picture quality. There's places online you can get directions for free, but it's best to use a monitor calibration software, I believe it's called 'spider'. This will greatly benefit any digital painter as well, since their values and colors will be much more accurate as a result.
July 2nd, 2012 #40
July 5th, 2012 #41
Hi lord regenschirm, I am doing good, will do more of the sky studies that you like soon, even I miss making them. and yes the mic did come last along with the orchestra
@cgaddict- I actually bought a new dell ultrasharp U2410 which says that is precaliberated, and yea I did use some really crappy monitors before this, any idea about the ultrasharp series?
@Mila- thanks dude, will keep em coming so stay tuned
and here's a new scrap work I did today while I was bored, let me know what you guys think of it. Thanks !
July 5th, 2012 #42
Love the frequent updates and all the kick ass artwork!
O and the latest update. Medieval stuff yay!! XD I thought the armor plate on its right shoulder looked somewhat unfinished compared to the rest of it.
Hope to see more art over the weekend
me proud of u ^_^
July 5th, 2012 #43
Sounds like you have a sick monitor, so I forget about what I said previously (high end monitors tend to be properly calibrated from the get go!) so you should be fine.Your new piece looks great, solid character design and great use of lighting. That armor is amazing!
July 9th, 2012 #44
July 9th, 2012 #45
Heyye The mermaid's coming out great! I just noticed that the colored version has a somewhat curly tail fin too xD hehe.. Love the lighting in it, just wish I get to see a finished piece someday
Keep up the awesome work!
July 9th, 2012 #46
Very Cool Sketchbook! Alchemy really is a idea generator and i been using it
too so keep these up bro.
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July 23rd, 2012 #51
Hiya. really digging your first mech design and your line work .and of course the helmet designs keep going
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July 23rd, 2012 #52
Loving the work thus far, some really nice varying characters. Good stuff man!
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August 8th, 2012 #55
Great updates man. Those few last posts really give a sculpted 3d feel with painterly effects. Keep them coming.
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August 9th, 2012 #56
I love the armour in the last post That looks realistic! The colors work great together too.. You sure are getting better at it
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Real nice stuff this page, looking forward to see more armor!
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August 9th, 2012 #58
October 1st, 2012 #59
BIG UPDATE ! :D
okay a new BIG update been doing a lot more sketches thanks to my girl
definitely draw a whole lot more thanks to her,
so anyways here are a lot of motion experiments done through digital painting and rough sketches as well as other stuff,
do let me know what you guys think, any critique would really help
Oh and yeah! the forge background didn't come out all that great :/
do give me critiques
October 23rd, 2012 #60
Nice updates man lets see some more
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