!!!QUICK INFO: the following pages (1-3) showing only old drawings/paintings sketches of random stuff like my first steps @ digital drawing, cartoon stuff etc. AT PAGE 4 u'll find on what I specialized => Creature/Monster/Alien design in 3D and 2D!!!
finally I found the bravery to register to conceptart to publish my sketchbook or rather my digital paintings.
I'm just a hobby artist who loves to draw, paint and see other amazing pieces of artwork. I draw digital since 5 months (so since January 2012). I'm a self-taught digital painting artist who need some critique, tips and inspiration.
So don't be shy to comment my pictures or write me a message.
!!!UPDATE 08/27/2013: 'Draw creatures from another planet - cuz I'm an alien hunter! travel every weekend to the stars out there - come join me!' !!!
Last edited by T-Eight; May 8th, 2015 at 04:33 AM.
Your March to May batch is much improved from your Jan-March in your digital painting. The last picture you have with the lion is very charming. I'd like to see more like that, personally. Keep it up! c:
If you have the time, please stop by my sketchbook, Chock Full o'Nuts.
I would appreciate any advice or critiques.
i took a closer look on all of your sketches and i have to say that i like they way you're using light/shadows in your painting (especially this one caught my eye) you already made a good start in here and i'm glad to see you starting with figure studies and anatomy. my advice is to check up books like bridgeman, loomis and hampton. also tools like posemaniacs.com etc can be pretty helpful for daily practices
(oh and personally like this head a lot)
keep goin' dude
thanks a lot for your comment. much appreciated. So you like the hand-tree of africa... it's also one of my favourite paintings at the time.
And thanks for your tip about figure studies and anatomy. I currently use 'Die gestalt des Menschen' by Gottfried Bammes. It's super helpful to understand all these forms, edges and all that stuff around like muscels, bones, skeleton and so on. But it's also super expensive. costs around 79 €... puhu...
so I understand at this time:
You need to understand the form/lines before you can start to draw. So a lot of read and practices.
thanks for dropping at my sketchbook
I think you lack a bit in 3-dimensionality, try to draw some geometrical objects like cubes or balls and shade them (loomis made an example for ball shading with the different shading values) and check out the tutorial sector of CA http://www.conceptart.org/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=42 ^^
I like your skull studies! For your environment studies, I think most of them lack depth. This is because there is no foreground in most of them.
The third one is the most interesting one imo.
Anyways, great sketchbook, and keep on drawing!
kevin_ Mat Kaminski Edward B and Natalia Soleil for the comments/tips/critique
well new entry to my "art diary"
first pic I tryed to draw perspecitve objects out of my mind.
the last to are the "big fat cat" and the "monster" just tiny sketches I did just for fun.
well hope u like it.
is a new human anatomy studie i did a few seconds ago. I learned a lot about human dynamic and the effort a human have to use at its muscles that he/she doesn't tilt over.
(hope u understand what i mean)
great the over pic is about perspective drawing whitout observation. Only used my imagination.
by the way the last painting is about how to draw hair. I tryed to draw out of imagination. some tips to get better from u?