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May 24th, 2004 #1
Spudlington sketchies: Fingolfin and Melkor 6th June
I keep thinking about hanging up my Wacom for a while, and concentrating on my traditional stuff.
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hey you have gots some nice rendering. as a crit, I wanna see more...
May 24th, 2004 #3
Very nice rendering skills, superb!!
I only have one crit, is that i feel the black halo's around some of the figures could be pushed out more into the negative space. I know its a pain in the ass to do that, but it would make the drawing more complete and solid. And on one or two you could simply crop a little of the white out to help with that.
other than that small detail everything is great. post more!
power of the tablet!
May 24th, 2004 #4
here's a few more. No ref on any of these. Some of them have evolved into speedies. Mostly pencil on Bristol paper. If you haven't tried it, buy a pad today. It can soak up a lot of punishment, and doesn't smudge half as much as other types of paper.
I'll dig out some more when I get home.
Retinal Haze: gah! You sound just like my wife!
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May 24th, 2004 #5
...dude...your rendering of your drawings are great!....it shows me how things should be rendered....now i understand it more thanks to you!
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May 24th, 2004 #7
I really love your drawings where you are putting emphasis on value. your lighting looks really good and dramatic too, it seems you really like that low light source! looking forward to your updates.
May 24th, 2004 #8
Nice stuff, Pudster.
Not quite what I would have expected to see in your sketchbook from your Wacom work; this stuff ( first batch anyway ) has a tighter, more controlled feel than your digital paintings. Always interesting to see how people work in different media.
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Ooo yeah, this is good shit. Keep it up.
"Every generation sees the past though the lens of its own time." - Thom Hartmann
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sweet work, man. hope youre not like most other pros and stop posting work. .id like to see this book continue much further.. ..and with some of your nice colored pieces. if you dont mind me asking, who do you work for?
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hey how much do you get paid, if im goin into concept art. id at least like to know if im gonna need another job:evilbat:
if a mime was crushed by tree in the woods, would anyone care?
May 24th, 2004 #12
Hey, nice one folks! I'm glad you liked this lot. No scanner here at home, so my new stuff'll have to wait till Wednesday, when I can use the one at work. In the meantime, here's an oldie (well, 5 months old) coloured in Photoshop.
TheUbbermind: how much? Enough to do buy pencils and beer, with a little left over for food. The money's good enough for me.
metalwinds: yeah, I started this thread to force me to return to my pencils. I've been concentrating on speed painting for a few months now, and ignored everything else. I'd like to post every day or so. I work for the Lionhead group.
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May 25th, 2004 #13
Here's something I'm working on in my spare time. A short CG film set during the Battle of Stalingrad.
This will end up as a backdrop, to save me building shitloads of sets. I'll probably need three more of these.