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Thread: Alex Pelayre's Sketchbook
August 8th, 2012 #1
Alex Pelayre's Sketchbook
It's been a few years, but I'm ready to get back into this. I've been working in the game industry for a couple years now, but I continuously feel myself getting way too comfortable and lacking the drive and motivation to challenge or improve myself. That's why I've come here, to get support and feedback, as I will do my best to give support and feedback back to the community.
There isn't really an exact style to my work. I like to try different approaches, as I feel that in my line of work, I'd like to be as flexible as possible in regards to style. I guess for this sketchbook, I'd like to get more practice and training in, so I'll be jumping back into a lot of the basics and start building up from there. As well as posting anything interesting I'm currently working on, or maybe even some art from work, once I'm allowed to do so .
To start out, here are some recent pieces I've done in the past couple months.
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August 8th, 2012 #3
looks great for a start.. but I am also interessted in some game artworks or conceptart and have fun improving your skill, even if I dont know how it could be any better (yet)
August 8th, 2012 #4
Gpozzo: Thanks! The landscapes were especially fun to do. I hope to post more soon
JiR: Thanks, I can share a few game artworks I did a couple years ago:
These were for a cancelled Harry Potter Facebook game. More here:
These were character class designs for a Pulp themed MMO that was in early development, but cancelled when we couldn't find a producer. More here: