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May 17th, 2012 #27
Finally! Done with this semester! This was the last pose for clothed figure 2, 20 minutes.
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Animator to concept artist! I know how you feel.
In your iterations of your characters (particularly, the female among the first posts), they don't seem to vary much between them. I had to study them for a while to pick out the differences. This isn't a terrible thing, but you might try to vary your iterations more.
Now, if you arrived at that general design from iterations before it, that's fine. But I think it's a good idea to throw down as many different ideas as possible, and then dissect them for the elements that do and don't work. Then go from there. (Like you did with the male soldier character.)
Your environments are definitely your strong point. Quite amazing!
May 23rd, 2012 #29
@PeopleEveryday: Yeah I agree, I didn't do enough iterations of that character. I was much worse when it came to designing things at that point (even now still got A LOT to learn). And, thanks! I love painting environments
Quick sketch of my dog. I'll be working more with trying to improve my pencil/pen work before I go on to improving my rendering skills for painting in Photoshop. It is summer vacation, and now is the time to do many self-training and studies!
May 29th, 2012 #30
Made some changes to the portfolio submission
May 29th, 2012 #31
May 29th, 2012 #32
Meh. I just need to do other stuff at this point. Pretty bored with going back to old stuff already.
May 31st, 2012 #33
First pic.: An old in-class (clothed figure 2) drawing. 20 minute pose. 18" x 24" Newsprint. Charcoal Pencil.
Second pic.: 25 minute pose. 18" x 24" Newsprint. Charcoal Pencil. No Eraser used.
Third pic.: 20 minute pose. 18" x 24" Newsprint. Charcoal Pencil. No Eraser used.
Fourth pic.: 10 minute pose. 18" x 24" Newsprint. Charcoal Pencil & Pastels.
June 2nd, 2012 #34
So, this took longer than expected. But I think I'm done? Oh well, on the next one. Had a lot of fun with this one.
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Hey Ct2ulao! Great work on your last piece, I love the coloring on that one.
Interesting studies too, please keep this updated. I'll be keeping an eye on it.
Id recommend doing some perspective studies in the future.
And thanks for the comment on my portfolio page
Best of luck!
June 26th, 2012 #36
Awesome work...!! What school were you attending to before FZD? Best of luck to you in Singapore, can't wait to see more work from you.
June 27th, 2012 #37
Damn, the blonde lady is awesome.
The lightning is superb as well.
Last edited by Hew Viana; June 27th, 2012 at 12:14 AM. Reason: forgot to add some details.
July 6th, 2012 #38
@DeJakhalz: Thanks man. yeah perspective has always been an issue for me, i'll be doing some studies on perspective when school is about to start. for now i decided to do a lot of studies on painting, rendering, proportions, etc.
@Cabbage Caterpillar: Thanks! I went to AAU before I decided to go for FZD. Although I was in the animation program, then changed to game design program doing some 3d work. That quickly changed when i discovered that i actually want to do conceptual work instead! So i have alot of catching up to do!
@Hew Viana: Thanks! =]
July 6th, 2012 #39
Here's some studies I been working on. The jet was a bit rushed. The portrait was a master study of Sargent's work... Probably by far the hardest thing I've ever attempted to do. Definitely need to work on more master studies!