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October 25th, 2012 #31
i like the way you use colors ..love the cloth studies ..specially the top one that shows the shiny reflective surface.
also good job on figure and value studies. keep up the good work!
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October 31st, 2012 #32
Xcarbon Thanks u too! I like your SB alot
Here is a small update before the big move back to my hometown!
November 1st, 2012 #33
Very nice hand studies
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November 1st, 2012 #34
HEY NINA! just wanted to offer you some support and say how much i admire your courage for pursuing something you love! I too am in a similar boat. It's definitely worth investing in your future 8-9 hours a day/ 6days a week job of which you love than for the 5 hours a day spend at home. life lived weekend to weekend is too short right?! I'm glad you've found and chosen art as your passion!
You're improvement is amazing and i'm really digging your structuring technique for your gestures, it works well! how many hours a day on average would you say you draw? and any advice for something struggling to get over the whole curve of digital painting?
check out my : SKETCHBOOK: All critiques much needed and WELCOMED!
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November 5th, 2012 #35
thanks i'll update some stuff pretty soon
i like how you use those rough textures in the first one to get the feeling of rocky surface
im not really that great of an artist but a word of advice, if i may,
the second piece has a very little feeling of depth right now it looks flat on paper try adding a lil fog and some desaturation for the far away hill/mountain to give it a feeling of depth so it feels that the mountain/hill is far far away
but nonetheless good job on the env.
oh moving back to hometown... any big plans??
November 8th, 2012 #36
Paco74, Wutangclam and Xcarbon Thanks alot Wutangclam, I answerd some questions in your SB
Thanks alot for the inputs.
Now, Im more settled in the hometown, had a chance to take out my old wacom again. ugh, really felt that I was busy with moving. Ugh need to get up to the hours more.
From my mind.
November 9th, 2012 #37
Nice i like it!!
the nose is the hardest part for me but you seem to have done a good job on that!!
November 14th, 2012 #38
Had to upload something before work, did it before I went to sleep last night. Really feel like I shouldnt have been up that extra hour now ^^
November 15th, 2012 #39
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November 20th, 2012 #40
Marian Rowling Thanks and I look forward to see more from you Thanks for stopping by and thanks for giving me the feedback.
Thanks all for stopping by
November 20th, 2012 #41
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November 21st, 2012 #42
oh hey you added the foggy kinda BG now that env. has a sense of depth..... good going
the face study is a little rough but its good
cool doodle ..reminds me of alot of zombie stuff!!
November 23rd, 2012 #43
kevin_ Hey kevin! Thanks for stopping by Im going to work more at it. Thanks for the feedback and you too keep the goodies coming
Xcarbon Thanks yeah you are right about it being abit rough and thanks for the feedback I will try to make more from imagination and even more studys and nice going on your SB
I know I should do more from imagination but I just got caught up with this metal study from wikipedia.
November 24th, 2012 #44
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November 27th, 2012 #45
Vritra Thank you for your feedback. I really gotta work more about it. But thank you I should have that with me when I draw
Quick update, something I did yesterday but didnt upload until today.
Thanks all for stopping by!
December 1st, 2012 #46
December 3rd, 2012 #47
hey how have you been??
nice metal study with the helmet it looks quite believable to me
and nice work on the env. the one on the right reminds me of Alladin
December 8th, 2012 #48
Xcarbon Hey! Im great, been more busy with my part time work (non art related) but it brings in some cash atleast : ) How have you been?
Thanks, the helmet was quite fun to make and thank you, I had some orient style in mind when I did that one
December 10th, 2012 #49
black and white, something loose and fun
December 10th, 2012 #50
Good job on your studies, just watch out on some of your measurements on these heads:
Red is more how the divisions should be, green is how you have it. The bottom of the chin, the bottom of the nose, the brow ridge, and the original hair line should be close to making perfect thirds.
My Sketchbook Feel free to drop in and offer advice
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Wow, I'm really digging that last environment, I think the small touches of red really bring it to life. I think you could go for a slightly more interesting sky the next time maybe?
The demon concept is also pretty cool you've got some great line variations going on there IMHO.
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December 12th, 2012 #52
hey hows it going?
what i really like about your Environments is that they look traditionally painted its quite difficult to get that look kudos to you on that
however id suggest one thing..... your environments lack a little contrast [my personal opinion offcourse]
you can use some adjustment layers like curves or levels to really bring in some of that contrast.
Hope it helps :]
liking that creature it looks so comic/badass game kind of look ...reminds me of darksiders
December 27th, 2012 #53
Ambiguity wow thanks alot for that feedback. I appreciate that and I didnt knew about it either so big thanks
SpareChange thanks I enjoyed doing both and glad that you liked it and again thanks for the advice on the sky.
Xcarbon Hey! Its going fine here, xmas is finally over and soon its new year and then back to the daily life How are you doing?
Thanks for the nice comment on my enviroments and wow thanks for the feedback/adjustment you did. I see clearly how it all changes and that the colors becomes more vibrant. I just felt like its abit like cheating to use adjustment layers, I do not mind others who do it its just that I feel like I should be able to do it without but after seeing that Ill deffo atleast see what it can do
I shall work more on contrast. big thanks and happy new year to you. Hope you had a nice xmas
December 27th, 2012 #54
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December 27th, 2012 #55
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January 12th, 2013 #56
Cojac Thank you
January 12th, 2013 #57
Great updates, i especially enjoy the grey scale updates.
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January 17th, 2013 #58
how's it going?
is that a self portrait or just a random head study on post 54? either way it looks great and i really like the way you did the hair!!
wow those bowls study is so good ...if i look from a distance it looks 3-dimensional...... great job on that
great job on face studies too and i love the one with the glasses
ive heard from a few that drawing smiles is quite hard but you seem to be quite good at it the girl on the bottom right has the best smile i've seen in quite a while.
almost makes me want to smile too :]
January 17th, 2013 #59
Yemi775 thank you
Xcarbon thank you for thoose sweet comments thoose bowls, took some time for me to finish it but it was worth it and no its not a self portrait Ill try to make some self portraits in the future or soonish you should too if you have a mirror to have beside you when u draw or take a photo
and thank you again, that made me smile big time Looking forward to see moar from you, cannot get enough om nom nom
lets see if I can get 5 hours of sleep before jobtime
January 19th, 2013 #60