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Some pretty quick portrait colour studies, big brush all over, looking for patterns and trying to memorise common colours.
Last edited by JackGriffin; April 9th, 2014 at 09:15 AM.
Applying the head studies to imagination work, trying to combine them with their bodies. All about the poses and expression
Some more playing around
Last edited by JackGriffin; April 8th, 2014 at 07:12 PM.
Head spam, should probably move on to drawing more women and different races..
You have come a long way, congrats. By the way I was looking at your weapons silloute study. There are a couple of guns I know but don't remember their names. I know ump, g4, m4, m16, dragnov, AK47,
Hey, thanks! Ohh I wouldn't know, I probably just typed in guns on google and drew whatever came up.
Working in Mudbox - a different kind of imagination head. Working in 3D has to be the most rewarding, being able to look around what you've created is so cool.
Great stuff man ! The secret is constancy! Keep it up!
Thanks a lot Aye I couldn't agree more.
Boring stuff, just a lot of studies, cant stress enough the importance of highlighting unexpected areas. Getting familiar with what you don't know can really help you learn fast.
Red lines being the highlights.
Great unique style you got here! Very interesting how you applied that on 3d modeling, nice works!
Thanks! I'll hopefully make a full 3D character soon
Having an 'anything goes' page in-between studies gives me a chance to experiment and a good chance to solidify what I've learnt too. these pages have to be the most fun.
Again just sketching out whatever comes to mind, solidifying past studies and having fun. Feet are on my list of things to sort out.
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