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    Concept arts for critique

    Hi everyone! These artworks are already done, but please feel free to critique for this will benefit me for my future works
    (Sorry for some low quality pictures. Some images are already optimized)

    Thanks in advance!















    Best,

    Bryan Sola
    Senior Concept Artist
    Ladyluck Digital Media

    Last edited by bpsola; June 17th, 2012 at 11:16 AM.
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    At the exception of the 4 and the 6 image they are really cool and well done. Those 2 are a little weak cause there are some issues in there.

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    Thank you may i know what specific issues you see for those two pictures?
    thanks!

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    Sure man, in the 4th the value separation is a mess. You can turn that img in black and white and see for yourself that you can't tell what's in front of who everywhere and the perspective is off (i'm telling this by eye, i don't know how much exactly but i'm pretty sure). For the 6th img the design is not working and is really imperfect. I don't know if those tusks have to be specular but it seems to the viewer and it a point where you notice that something is not working. The arms too are not correct cause this creature can't move the lower arms like this and on a normal viewer eye this stuff keeps bugging the mind.

    Even if there are no daytime picture your technique is very good as i can see, where did you learn to paint like this if i may ask?

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    Thanks for the feedback and i totally agree with the material renditions. I always thought about that, but still, let my hand overdone things hehe About how i learned, i just draw a lot and be inspired by several artists like, briclot, rapoza, kutsche, dylan cole, and more. Actually I'm still weak in anatomy. That's what i want to improve and focus on

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    Hehe it's a really common problem, 50% of us have that and the other 50% have the opposite (like me) and after a copule of hours it becomes boring. Anyway are you telling me that you learned this much by studying all by yourself?

    About anatomy when you reach a certain level of understanding of 3d shapes is really easy to learn.

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    yup. well digital painting was discussed during my college years but not really focused on, so I continue learning things all by myself, and of course, by practicing other artists' painting workflows.

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    I really like the ones on the train.

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