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Hello, I'm Camille, 17 years old and I live in the Netherlands!
This is my deviantART: http://kamiru-desu.deviantart.com/
And this is my portfolio (still WIP, I made this myself with html and css): http://www.camillescholtz.com/
Here is some stuff I drew in the past 2 weeks:
(trying out a more "cartoony" style)
(It's a goose pawn a feather and an egg)
(I made this for a flash game I'm making with Stencyl, I probably upload an "alpha" later this week)
(Meh, I don't really like this one, I made this for/with the royal fellas: http://www.livestream.com/theroyalfellas)
(This one is +- 1 month old and probably my best work yet, It's an isometric room inspired by the anime "steins;gate")
Last edited by Kamiru_; September 26th, 2012 at 06:10 PM.
Some anatomy studies:
(Trying out a weird color scheme, I don't like it though, so I stopped.)
(Me as a dwarf, still WIP)
(An onion study)
I have one more peace, but it contains nudity, how do I give my thread a NSFW tag?
(Teen challenge 156 sketch)
Looking good so far. Your anatomy studies are looking pretty good but looking at them I noticed you could use a bit of studying with your values. More Still Lifes' would help a lot with that. You tend to stay in close grey's for your shading. Variation on that could really help the depth.
But I'm seeing improvement already, which is great. Keep it up!
Damn, you are already so skilled. Can't wait to see more.
Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds.
Nice! I like your taste (it reminds me of mine)... Keep on going and put out some more studies, they really make the difference (I learned it the hard way, trust me)
This is a promising sketchbook
Edit: a big no-no is that portrait study up there with only one eye, you should at least rough in everything to establish the composition and the structure, even if you wanna study a specific element of a picture, keep on trying! I see you do it a few times, try to think more of the painting as an organic thing (a unity) not a list of detached details.