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want to stay more focused and organized this time around
study and experiment sketchbook
Also a link to my first sketchbook I ever started on CA cant believe it's still alive O.o
Critiques and comments always welcomed
still life studies
trying to put it all together
Before The End
Last edited by Jamie Romoser; December 11th, 2011 at 02:57 PM.
Hi, Thanks for stopping by my sb...thought I'd swing by and see what you're up to.
Looks like you've got a good start to your "fresh start".
I like your pencils and designs...very creative and your form is good! The "still lifes" are pretty good too...especially the one where you "put it all together"...ambitious and cool!! Dig the armor and sky on the last one...it sets the mood!
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ooo I'm loving the teapot * A*
and that huge still life wow, there's so much in there it's fun to look at
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Great sketches! I love your character and creature concepts.
Keep up the great work!
Sweet character designs. The horse looks a bit awkwrad. Other than that great stuff look forward to seening more.
Love your still lifes. The green pot looks very convincing, I can practically feel it.
My sketchbook. I'm always looking for critique, so please stop by
damn jamie... that pencil still life--
digging the variation of line quality in those pencil concepts-- both the loose rendering and refined lines work well together :3
wish you kept posting in your old sketchbook though, i love seeing the whole journey from start to current but what can i say, you're becoming a pro!
Lookin' real fresh and goody here.
On the critique side, the figures look sometimes slightly stiff. Try getting bit more dynamism to the poses. Loosen up. Anatomy looks really good already.
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looks great man. the painted still lifes are wicked , maybe in the pencil one there isnt a lare enough range of values in the objects, some darker darks would make everything pop a bit more.
anatomy looks solid on the figures, some of them look a little wooden and stiff though, maybe some gesture work could help.
nice man, keep it up!
I may have ignored your previous thread due to it being so big, but those drawings are excellent!
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Jephyr X-no problem man have a good one!
Space Ranger- mr Matt wells I would but I dont have a phone or facebook anymore haha. Hope your doing well in Florida post some art broda!
Vella C Raptor- yeah life is a trip if only we could capture half the colors are eyes actually see. Thanks for dropping by.
Cbee- you aswell! chow
Mitze-Thanks man there's a lot of wonky stuff going on in that painting.
etui- still lifes are fun always enjoy trying to see how light works.
Creusa- great progess from you too Creusa never give up!
teapo- Thanks mike! yeah my old sketchbook gave me a headache to be honest. Really trying to stay more focused this time around on my own stuff. The journey never ends
cl0aked- thanks man will try
ismo- fersher stiffness is a big issue for me gotta study more up on that.
vatteh- will do thanks for stopping by
Raffix- Thanks man do want to get more into dynamic figure stuff but so hard to get that peak moment.
FightingSeraph- no worry's thanks for the comment.
revenebo- yeah still lifes are fun just interesting to see how light works and color interactions.
The demons within
Last edited by Jamie Romoser; October 25th, 2011 at 01:05 PM.
Dude, I want to but I haven't had a ton of time to draw and paint with class, but next week I have a digital painting lab next week so hopefully I'll be able to get more done, but when I get some more work I'll for sure post.
epic progress dude, well done! keep it rolling
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Thanks everyone haven't been doing as much art as I would like lately. Been trying to organize my life out a bit.
Here is a commission I did for a clients warhammer 40K role playing character. A lot of stuff wonky but they where happy with it.
The description for this piece was very detailed so tried to do it justice.
cya next time everyone! keep on the grind
Last edited by Jamie Romoser; December 2nd, 2011 at 02:49 AM.
Your one badass mofo. I really like that red demon. And that reflection on the green vase is sick. Keep posting!
Flanagan-Thanks think I might go back and rework that red demon though it's really dark O.o
Eye of Enslavement
Last edited by Jamie Romoser; October 26th, 2011 at 08:34 PM.
Heey! =) Haven't checked out your works in a while =) Your lighting is looking very good =) Jus got a small crit I guess, atm the trees in your last painting look a bit transparent/floaty, it's maybe nitpicking but I thought to mention it, hope that feedback isn't annoying.. Cheers =)
That skeleton rider is wicked! There is also something very cute about your demon guys and I mean that as a compliment. It's very easy to make an alien, nasty, angry demon but faceless or neutral ones have more room to act and can actually be scarier.
Have you seen the design work in the Persona games? Kind of like that.
Wow, your imagination work is really strong. I think you just need a little refinement and youll be working at a studio somewere.
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Wow, you're really improving. Keep going!
I'm honored you stopped by my sketchbook, thanks for that, and wow this one is amazing. You make still lifes look easy lol, astounding work on those. I like how you tackle lighting/mood the most in your works.
Keep up the good art
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