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hey man, this stuff looks pretty nice! could be refined more, but focus on really pumping out loads of work, by far the best way to get better is to just do! keep up the good work
Ok thanks for feedback!
Here's my study of chiaroscuro technique
speedpaint. work in progress
hey great stuff.
especially the first one looks very interesting and awesome.
You did great job on chiaroscuro technique! I would love to see more of these.
Keep on good work.
magic flying cubes things
Love the speed paintings...especially the the orange/red working in progress one...the silhouette of the ship in the sky works well with the composition and light of the whole painting. Keep it up
Good use of colours and values there. I like the balance
Keep it up!
A thought on the first image (Skull Dude).
Take a look at the angle the sword blade is being held at versus the angle of the cut on his victim. If he had just cut the bloke, the cutting edge of the blade would now be facing away from the viewer. At the moment he is holding it quite statically (if that makes sense.)
Other thing, try flipping it horizontally too. So the left to right read starts with the victim, then the eye is drawn by the cut, to the sword arm and across to the skull dude himself.
Thanks guys!! here's a landscape concept i did today
nice start to your sb! great talent at your age!
Nice work man, especially the third one in the first post, would be nice to see some pencils too
beautiful stuff man! do you set up perspective grids for your environments
check out my
All critiques much needed and WELCOMED!
will123will thanks I'll put some more pencil work soon
wutangclam I don't use grids or guidelines, I just think about where the vanishing point.
So here's my self portrait using a mirror. Study of mech and 3D low poly model of scar.
been busy, here's a quick one. DOODLE
some environment concepts. I know, i need to include some pencil drawings but
sketchbooks are too expensive atm lol gonna save up my cash first.
got bored lol, need a little motivation.
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Awesome sketchbook indeed! I reaally cant help but wanting to sketch now! keep up the great work, Got nothing in terms of feedback to say, you clearly on a higher level
Thanks luthertaylor! Also here's today's update.
im not sure about the proportion of the face but serious help is needed please
her head is a bit off to me, yes. I think it's because her top of her head is too high, makes her face looks small in comparison with her whole head. you use ref image? I think you should
Nice colour, btw
Keep it up!
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