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Thread: Eskhata┤s sketchbook
September 23rd, 2012 #1
I have finally decided to start my own sketchbook. Here I will post my work (traditional- and digitalart), mostly finished work, but also work which I am still working on and perhaps also just some random sketches.
Hopefully this will keep up my motivation and inspiration and get my work finished. I am still learning all the time and hopefully getting better and better while learning.
Please feel free to comment my work, all feedback is good feedback!
Last edited by Eskhata; February 8th, 2014 at 02:12 PM.
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Finally finished! This is a work I have been working on every now and then for almost a year I think (lack of motivation made me put the work aside many times).
Can't tell how many hours I have put on this piece of work, but it is many! This is also probably one of the most serious digitial art work I have done so far.
I still consider myself as a beginner in the digital art world and there is a lot to learn, but I┤m learning all the time and I am happy with the result of this piece of work, even though there are deficiecies
The inspiration and idea for the work from the beginning was from the mythical creature of Bahamian folklore, Lusca. But otherwise the drawing itself I made up on my own.
Photoshop CS2 + Wacom Intuos4 tablet
September 23rd, 2012 #3
wicked cool!! well done! you learn a bit more each time dont you. one day when we're old we will be awesome hehe! heres to that day.
sb most art copied to page 1
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September 25th, 2012 #4
September 13th, 2013 #5
This is my work done in summer 2013, a character called "Agator".
I am frankly speaking not too happy with the outcome, got some layer problems and lacking of ideas along the way. But anyway, here is is.
Photoshop CS6 + Wacom Intuos4 tablet
September 13th, 2013 #6
Testing my acrylic painting skills. It went better than expected, even though the mouth was a pain in the ass.
I can see mistakes here and there myself but overall I think it's okay cause I haven't put that much time on traditional painting.
Feel free to give feedback on any of my work, there are surely things that I haven't even been thinking about.
February 8th, 2014 #7
March 9th, 2014 #8
April 3rd, 2014 #9
Okay here we go again.. this is my version of the Stegosaurus! It turned out better than I thought it would even though it has got some flaws. Enjoy!
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April 13th, 2014 #10
You're off to a good start. The first thing that caught my eye was your first piece you posted "Lusca"... For the super black part in his mouth - always combine a color with black, never use black alone. Reason being, it fights the form in the other areas covered with color, and just distracts the viewer/s. Overall, good start!
April 16th, 2014 #11
paxxMa - Thanks for commenting, I appreciate it. "Lusca" is one of the older ones that I have made and you are right with the mouth. I have learned a bit since then though.. nowadays I try to combine more colors overall and to use pure black as little as possible (if at all) + as you said, to always combine black with other colors. Thanks for telling me this, makes me keep it better in mind. I will keep up the work
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April 16th, 2014 #12
Master Study of the Day #2 - 02/05/14
This is my very first Master Study. I don┤t exactly know how long it took to make it but it took a while..
I had a great time and I learned a lot + the suit was a pain in the ass
I accidentally made him a little bit fat...
April 25th, 2014 #13
Hi EskHata - thank you for the reply. My fault for not realizing that you learned and practiced that little rule in the additional pieces you posted afterwards.
Please post more!