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Hey everyone, little udapte with some tradiotional stuff.
Environement for a hack and slash project we have at school. (I will do a painting with this tomorow)
Animal skeleton studies:
Cu soon !
ey dude thanks a lot for stopping by at my Sketchbook, leaf a comment and enjoyed it
your environment artwork is pretty cool!
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@T-Eight Thanks a lot !
Here are some update, landscape study, char design and still life.
master study (Thomas Moran) and fixed the perspective for the environement (lots of mistake in the freehand one)
Your sketchbook has a strong start! Environments, anatomy and perspective are the toughest and you're giving them their due. I suggest working on looser things as well such as quick gestures to make your drawings more dynamic and fluid.
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@- nat - Thanks for the kind words and the critique ! I did many gesture this week end but I can't scan it right now :/
Ballpoint anatomy studies I like to do, very fun (With photo reference)
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Sorry for the lack of update, some Zbrush sculture I have done the last month.
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Hey there Orelf, pretty solid work you've got here, really like these zbrush pieces. I really gotta get into using that program, been about 5 years since the last time I did
cant wait to see more
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@palladium Thanks, yeah zbrush is a really good soft, and mudbox is quite cool too
Some 3D works and paintings, hope you like it :
Paintings for a group project.
3D work (realtime with unity) for a personnal project.
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3D interior spaceship with background painting done in photoshop for camera animation.
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i like the imagination in some of these worlds you're crafted here. id like to see some studies from life and some more sketches and perspective studies. Keep rocking hard buddy.
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Hey guys ! Its been a while since the last time I posted.
@Chris Sanders : Thanks! I'll post more perspective studies and still life in the near future, here are some anatomy studies from a live model course and some fun with paper craft
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