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    Rahul Venkatesh Portfolio

    Sketchbook stuff first (from new to old):

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    And now for the Digital Stuff (new to old):

    Process:

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    Finalized Rough

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    Color Tests
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    Final Render

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    Miscellany


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    The BG was an afterthought, an experiment in un-referenced color


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    This was my first attempt at transitioning from traditional to Digital


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    the finished piece

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    some process shots

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    and the final

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    Amazing job Rahul!

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    thanks pinninfarina!



    A slightly older set of sketches i forgot to upload

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    These are really amazing works. I think your strong point is in character design.

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    Hey
    As I look at all of it right now, it starts with more of a fine art/dark surrealist feel and then starts to get into the concept art realm. None of the pieces feel like finished production pieces which won't cut it if you want to make a pro portfolio. I think the direction is good however, so keep at it.

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    thanks wilkerson for taking the time to reply succinctly... peeped your work too, good stuff. the environments are convincing enough though many of the earlier images come off as too monochromatic or dichromatic. Secondly, if you added some architecture or "imaginative elements" to the landscape works you have done, it might be beneficial where design is concerned.

    as you probably know, your character work and foundational anatomy could use some work. Either way, good luck wilkerson. and thanks for the reply

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    thanks for the comments guys... a newish piece:

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    its good work but needs more hard work

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    Hi man. I like it.

    But: Push it further. Polish it more. Rendering wise. Use wider value range. The last "Quasimodo" picture, it's done well but it feels like there is no focal point. Use stronger highlights, but only on areas you want your viewer to notice, that tell story. With Quasimodo it would be probably his deformed face, few blisters popping up more, nose, eye. Same goes with your character designs. Use fully saturated colors with more caution. (Red belt on ninja guy with spiky helmet screams wrong) Thin outlines flatten. (Right feet on Quasimodo)

    Good luck!

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