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February 22nd, 2014 #1
Martin J Intarat - Noob sketchbook
If you have criticism is very welcome.
First time I use Photoshop to paint in, used a Wacom Bamboo Tablet A6 size, also the first time I've used a tablet to draw with!!
Study from ctrlpaint.com (Matt Kohr)
Last edited by Martin J Intarat; April 23rd, 2014 at 10:43 AM.
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its pretty amazing, its pretty close to a zbrush render, pretty good. (but i can just tell its 2d handwork)
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February 22nd, 2014 #3
ZBrush! I take that as a great compliment
Last edited by Martin J Intarat; February 24th, 2014 at 10:19 AM.
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February 23rd, 2014 #4
Love the edgework.
Now if I must say anything, its you will have even more control and ease doing your works with an Intuos.
I drew on a bamboo for years. I thought all wacoms were equal. The Intuos is less slippery and seems to have more sensitivity.
Anyway, keep em coming, just something to think about.
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February 23rd, 2014 #5
Wow... i can remember my first time using Photoshop for painting, and my results were nowhere near as good. You seem very adept at rendering!
However, you should study forms more closely. The body of the vase looks very flat because the lines (near the edges) do not accurately depict the from turning away from the viewer. Try drawing it again, but imagine the vase as a series of stacked ovals.
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February 24th, 2014 #6
It was also very frustrated working with my Bamboo!! it's not responding all the time on my stroke to, and sometimes react it too much! I buying a Intuos as soon as I have some money for one. maybe I get a little better workflow
Was also very surprised at my result
Yes you are absolutely right it looks a bit flat out, I think I forgot all about form and more went up in value study. So next time I'll try to get the two to play more together (3D and Value)
February 24th, 2014 #7
A little something I made. not done more to exercise in using a tablet two draw with. It is a small robot or Work-Bot. flying around on construction sites. its function, I have not thought further about. perhaps dispose of the things? or holding the construction workers' lunches
Last edited by Martin J Intarat; February 26th, 2014 at 01:20 PM.
March 4th, 2014 #8
Made in some very cheap watercolor
March 12th, 2014 #9
March 12th, 2014 #10
hey man! not too bad. I saw your thumbnail on the jar from ctrlpaint. I have done it as well. I think this is a strong start to your sketchbook, however take a look at your value scale again. You already mastered the technique, now focus more on getting the values right, the general image is way too dark. Also your landscape shows the same problem. You do distinguish light and dark on the building, which is convincing, but the bushes around it are a bit inconsistent in this. That way the image is flattening out and you loose the sense of depth.
Hope this is helpfull for your upcoming stuff. Looking forward to it!!!
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March 16th, 2014 #12
April 22nd, 2014 #13