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Nice work Gregor. You say the perspective is weird, but I like to play around with weird perspectives sometimes, really forcing the perspective.
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I think the main thing you should study is light. I'm still working on it, and its amazing what some artists can do with it. Just look at objects and see how the light goes.
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yes thats true.. sometimes i get confused because its hard to think about everything at the same moment..
wip - for now i am happy with this, because i did not use any color-, overlay-layers or references for getting the colors.
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havent been uploading anything at all for a while, so..:
emtying my head with some head sketches.. i guess this is the 3rd thing I did in zbrush, so I think its ok.
too tired to think about perspective...
Hey Dude, very nice artwork.
How did you put the colors on this one: http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...9&d=1360796192 ??
What kind of layers and brushes??
Keep the good job.
hey thanks! as you can still see at the left bottom, i just took the softbrush and placed some colors under the linedraw and then went over on a layer at the top (almost with the softbrush). i set the colors of the cheeks with an overlay-layer and then also went over. hope that helps, greets and cheers!
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Very helpful, thanks.
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