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Thread: the VolTAgE sketch book thread
February 13th, 2011 #1
the VolTAgE sketch book thread
Hello everyone! I've been very curious about joining this art site and I've finally decided to join. My gosh, there are so many great artists on here to be honest.. I was a bit scared. lol I just came back to art about 3 years ago and just recently started doing digital art. Painting in general is very new to me, since I'm originally an aspiring comic book artist. Now I'm back to drawing and I have an unbelievable amount of passion, like never before. I'm hoping I get to meet some of you great people. I wish to learn and absorb as much knowledge as I can as well. So, cheers guys, glad to be here
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February 13th, 2011 #3
did this for the awesome armene. this was my last sketch before my move. getting ready to move again. yay.
February 13th, 2011 #4
One eyed jack sketch
this is an old one. but this is the piece that brought me back to art. so this piece will always be special to me.
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February 13th, 2011 #6
army of two process
this is one of my oldest digital pieces . i saved the progress.
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Hey I like the One Eyed Jack, he's such a comicbookish character, like the crisp shapes and lots of cool details. Keep on the good work, man.
http://sarmati.deviantart.com/ - DA
http://www.livestream.com/sarmati - livestream
http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...72#post2926372 - sketchbook
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February 13th, 2011 #8
February 13th, 2011 #9
old stuff, again
February 13th, 2011 #10
this one was drawn by me in just monotones then my buddy chris shehan added color and textures. i then added the two figures. we're huge fans of the steambot guys so we wanted to try painting over each other's work for fun. this is a more recent piece.
February 14th, 2011 #11
feng zhu is def one of my biggest insperations
layouts for a pin up i did for Dan Govar's Azure.
February 15th, 2011 #12
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February 15th, 2011 #13
February 15th, 2011 #14
first indy work that was published (old)
yeah, it's indy but it's a start. This was used as a backcover for "Hired Gun" by the awesome guys at Project 4 studios
February 16th, 2011 #15
Wow,the last work amazing me,man!You do it very well in paper.
Your work show you have good talent .
Do some basic studies.It will help you do the best painting.
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February 16th, 2011 #16
Hey man, thanks for checking by!
Really nice start, must say. A whooole lot better than mine haha
I like that recent piece, the perspective/pose is spiffy! It's something that could be on a cover for sure.
There are some things to keep in mind though. Never use thick lines on something that's supposed to be further away, it kinda destroys the foreshortening (head and pants for an example). The pose is a bit too complicated for me too.. It feels a bit cramped I guess.
So just to be more helpful and not leave it with that, I drew a super quick guesture in paint with my mouse (so excuse the extreme sloppyness). I would have done it more like this I think. Mainly because you want the focus on the gun/guns because that's the main action going on. And by pulling the legs inward more makes it easer to look at because then everything isn't pointing in the same direction.
I'm not too sure if this is choice of preference or not but as long as you can get something helpful out if it, it's all good, right? Thinking about it, my gesture kinda gives that spidy impression.. might be because I like spiderman
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February 16th, 2011 #19
thanks for your post on my thread. I am really digging your pencils. It seems like you are trying to focus on improving your paint. If that is the case, one thing that has been great for me (not that I am all that great) is doing digital painting from life on the program called Colors! on my Nintendo DS. Something about not having to fight the pigment makes it much easier to learn what the light is actually doing, also there are a lot of other phone apps and tablets that make portable digital painting easy. Just a though. Keep up the awesome work.
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February 16th, 2011 #20
old sketch. i was just learning (i still am) values
thank you guys for the kind words
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February 18th, 2011 #22
my first digital painting
did this with a mouse lol i quickly got addicted and got a wacom
February 19th, 2011 #23
a quick mona lisa value study
old sketch after watching district 9.
February 19th, 2011 #24
i really like your style in the pic of a guy with a machinegun...good work, keep it up
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