Haha, thank you for the Argonians
They look great. I like how their "lips" look like they are always smiling. The reddish skintone is so pretty~ and it's cool you think of a background story for your designs. Really adds to it.
Great concepts! Your renderingstyle is really neat. Keep it up!
Here is a concept of Orc male and female, still from the Elder Scroll saga. I gave them a more rhino looking aspect, and had both male and female look the same besides their haircut, to fit their initial description as equal in strength, size and purpose among their warrior society. And here is a WiP to go with it!
Thanks for watching.
Thanks Eric, I appreciate it, I'll include more wips from now on
So here's one with Imperials, it's more classic, since in the Elder Scroll saga those guys share basically every aspect with ancient Roman society, but I can't complete this series without including them
Here is a personal take on Altmers, a proud and snobbish race whose ancient and refined traditions greatly influenced the rest of the Tamriel empire, hence their condescending attitude towards 'lesser' races.
And a Wip to go with it!
Here is the last concept of this Elder scroll series I've been doing as practice. It depicts male and female Bretons, a human race with remote elven origins, hence their slight build and delicate features.
Thanks for watching, coments are welcome!
Last edited by Panshi; December 3rd, 2011 at 12:02 PM.
Here is a study of a standing model. My standing characters aren't that good, so I'll do more studies like this one. Catwalk models seem to be a good way of observing standard poses and walking motions, but if you know other references, please let me know
Thanks for watching.
Mate im really digging your elder scrolls faces, and thanks for putting the wip's in there too, there a great insight to your process. That study is pretty good too, i like the fleshtones of her upper torso (just under the neck lol) .
myself im taking a break from posting till next week, tryin to focus on work, internet can be discracting ! ill come back soonish to see wat else you have in store. take care man
Thanks Tronrobot, you too keep it up, that's cool you take such measures for your art, that's the only way to go
That's right, I see it now, thanks Shockowaffel
* I corrected the ear on the female one, sliding it a bit on the right.
Last edited by Panshi; December 3rd, 2011 at 12:05 PM.
Here are a few studies, three of them based on catwalk models and one on Sarah Simblet's Anatomy for the Artist. Feel free to comment!
*removed a corrupt gif.
Last edited by Panshi; December 4th, 2011 at 06:01 AM.
Wow you really keep busy! It is interesting to see your approach to painting. Keep them coming.
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