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April 1st, 2012 #1
Brittani works her butt off, gets results.
Hello and welcome to my sketchbook!
So happy that CA is back to being functional. I've missed it so much!
I had to take a long hiatus due to personal life issues, but things have since improved. And life just keeps getting better!
I'm now employed as a concept artist for Warpforged Games, working on their launch title Mark of War. It's been great working alongside game industry veterans!
Enjoy my sketchbook, and feel free to check out my online portfolio if you have inquiries.
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Face speed-paints, 25 minutes each.
April 1st, 2012 #3
A random compilation to get started!
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April 1st, 2012 #5Loves CA
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Welcome to CA
Looking forward to see more~
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April 2nd, 2012 #8
Pretty good start I reckon! Maybe try some value studies of compositions?
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April 2nd, 2012 #9
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great start!!! nice faces looking forward for more!
btw thanks for stopping by my sb
April 3rd, 2012 #11
With Doubting Thomas, I only used 4 tones. Black and white first, then light and dark grey. I tried to keep the reference no larger than a couple inches on the screen so I wouldn't get caught up in detail.
Doubting Thomas was about two hours, John the Baptist about 1.
I'll try some more mid-value pieces next.
April 3rd, 2012 #12
Hey there! Welcome to the light side of CA, free of the shadows and tunnels of the lurkers!
Really nice start here. Game of Thrones study looks cool. I also really enjoy your female characters from your first post. They feel pretty energetic and lively. Keep it up!
And thanks for stopping by my sketchbook as well.
April 3rd, 2012 #13
You've got some interesting stuff going with your various digital painting styles - if you're new to it, it's good to explore different styles like you are, figure out what works for you.
I really like the face speed paints in the second post, I think they're some of the strongest work here. Nice colours, good separation of planes/light/dark - could probably stand to have more contrast, but they've got nice hues. When you start to use lower opacity brushes (like a lot of the ones in the next post, especially the girl leaning on her arms) you start to get streaky, and begin to lose the form, as well as gaining texture that you don't really want. You can really go two ways - fairly sharp separation of planes, or soft, smooth transitions (or combine both, depending on the type of shadows). Try blending a little - smoothing out those transitions.
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