Nice SB. Great studies! For this piece I would light up the top of the creature a bit more to show more form. Also I would darken his mouth much more to separate it from blending with the rest of his head.
You are really good. Just wanted to start off by saying that, your skill level is seriously insane. The environment studies are looking great and I am really glad you are frequently updating this sketchbook again! Too bad I hadnt noticed quicker. The last design on that soldier is just amazing, that could go straight into an AAA game or movie. Your progress is inspiring to say the least. Hopefully you keep updating this sketchbook so I dont have to miss the progress for longer than a few days
Ma Sketchbook brings all the girls to the forums, damn right its worse than yours.
Great job sir! I'm really enjoying your brushwork, that sci-fi soldier (sorry, don't know where he's from) turned out so badass with the brush marks!
About your last post, I feel that the figures are blending a bit into the grass... I would darken them a little bit more, to really pull them into the foreground! I also find the color green very dificult to work with, I would suggest that when the green is not the focal point of your composition, always try to push it a little bit more into the grays, blues or yellows!
It's not a rule though, feel free to experiment with it!
Great work. Some critique: Regarding that tree I would shed some more light on it to show more form as it feels very flat. Also I think having some spots of light shining thru the foliage would help enliven the ground around the tree as well.
I loved the tree one! You got some beautiful colors, value structure and composition... But I find the lighting in this scene very confusing. Always think of the cast shadows! They really make your lighting come alive.