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Im starting seriously to pursue my goal to work in this industy and if it is going to start with this thread, lol lets do this
,CRITIQUES ARE ALWAYS NEEDED, if you view this, critique it as much as you can, your suggestions and thoughts give me direction
Believe in the impossible, please never doubt who or what your
capable of becoming, just dream
Last edited by KrispyKream; October 4th, 2011 at 02:55 AM.
Some of my old pieces
I feel very Nostalgic drawing these ones
Last edited by KrispyKream; August 30th, 2011 at 12:21 PM.
A few Space concept thumbs, I have much more ideas in mind, but Im looking to select a good few for a final
Im slowly turning thumbs into finals, but I wouldn't mind critiques from anyone, I could sure use them
Holy wow, it is messy and I cannot tell what is going on in a lot of it, but I love the crap out of it. Especially the dinosaurs. The freedom and energy in your work is just great.
Fantasy based ideas, and a theory I conducted concerning Personality & Art
Last edited by KrispyKream; September 3rd, 2011 at 01:45 PM.
I don't know how this one came up but Im going to be doing full stories/comics soon too.
Im actually starting to enjoy doing this, but there seems to be a distinctive correlation between getting lost in your art, having fun with it, And Improving in your art at the same time
its not very sexual or nsfw man lol nice stuff tho
Now these are part of a final soon to come, Once i pick the right design, the space thumb will become a final soon
Critiques are needed
Last edited by KrispyKream; September 5th, 2011 at 01:43 AM.
Extra doodles and little ideas, I really want to paint these ideas on photoshop, need a tablet though, gotta save up
Man, I absolutely love your style. My two favorite works of yours so far would probably be the jet at the very top and the T-rex with the trees.
As for critique... Can't really think of anything but to say to be cleaner in your work... But then again, seems to me that you don't have much paper to work with. Keep drawing and keep us posted!
Thanks very much, I am working hard on having clearer works, to be honest ive never had a finished work in my life, even in school when i did assignments the finals i handed were semi-finals lol, its a huge step for me
I have to say thats something I really do agree with, I do love what I do, but to make a living out of it has forced me to get out of my bubble, which an infinitude of us face slowly
Some old concepts I had as an idea for artillery units, Critiques please
Mysterious ship Stationed near a deserted Junction Tunnel
Couple of doodles I managed at my bud's house
Yo!, so so far I've been learning to be patient to draw and many predictions have come true,
Its looking really exciting, Ideas are exploding in my head, Im seeing all kinds of weird scenes and creatures happening,
but I won't put it down on paper till they get the quality they deserve, If you take a look at the old art i did(way above beginning),
Even i can't tell if its my art, compared to now, it just looks different, Its becoming alive, what'll itll look like in a couple more months, don't know, But am stoked
I didnt reference the T-rex encounter scene at all, I just did it at the mall when drawing with my buddies, the reference was clear in my mind,
this has been happening more and more as I gain a clear,uncluttered mind, and now that I just do things, no procrastinating like before,
its just one pic, but its applications will be big
I also read Howard pyle lectures, All of them were GOLD
Don't forget, Critiques are always welcome too
Last edited by KrispyKream; December 16th, 2011 at 11:04 PM. Reason: pics
I also recommend reading any quotes and studies made by Hal foster, You can find it on gurneys website, its simply just genius
Another reptilian concept, this one was a bit rushed
Really like the poses you drew them in, it's a challenging angle and not something I've seen you draw much before, at least not on this scale. They look like they're existing in a three dimensional space.
The biggest issues I see are anatomy in the limbs, especially on the bottom creature. What I would suggest is to look at your own arm in that pose to see how the reptiles 'push-up' arm position relates to your own anatomy (and the same for the back legs). The forms themselves feel like they're in perspective but their positioning seems unnatural.
You have seen this one Trav, but I need critiques for this before the Big One is scanned. the creature here is definitely has a shot for portfolio, critiques from everybody is welcome, subconsciously i see prawns in this