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Hey everyone. Been a while since I've even been on concept art but recently I've been getting interested in posting again. Here is some recents stuff and hopefully I can keep it updated regularly.
Last edited by Rassy; February 13th, 2012 at 03:00 PM. Reason: title change
i like those dresses alot, fabric is a very good way to learn especially, apparently they used to have dedicated artists back in the Renascence (spellcheck) days to draw clothing specifically, "drapery" i think its called. Good stuff
Thankyou for the compliment. These were alot of fun, hopefully there comes a point when creating clothes for characters becomes a breeze.
I guess while I'm at it I'll put some old stuff on here to fill out my sketchbook a bit. Here are some quick studies I still had on my desktop.
Unfinished character I was working on.
Just bought a cintiq after my old intuos died. I'm still playing with the settings but here are the first two pieces I painted with it. One is a quick figure study when I was playing around with it after I had just set it up and the other is a sketch my buddy Nate Nelson did on the cintiq and I colored in afterwards.
Also be sure to check out Nate's stuff over at http://monstersheroesandothercrazyshit.blogspot.com/
My submission for this week's Chow. Towards the end I kind of wish I went a different route but all in all I'm happy I got to design a character wearing a pair of Air McFlys.
Thanks for the kind words. Much appreciated
My entry for this week's chow. The theme was design a Leviathan and its herald or host. A good example would be Galactus and the Silver Surfer.
My leviathan spreads his message of destruction through the lead singer of a heavy metal band. Finally he consumes the planet leaving nothing but a skull shaped core from the planet which attaches to the leviathan increasing its mass.
I made one image to look like the album art for the band showing the destruction of the earth, the other is supposed to be a flyer for the band.