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My name is Bea
Here, I'll be posting finished works, as well as sketches, and the studies I par-take in here.
I am looking to improve my skills, so feel free to comment, provide criticism, and or suggestions
Last edited by Beamme; February 24th, 2014 at 03:23 AM.
A sketch I began, of a character of mine, to study values of a partial silhouette
Hi. Wow, great piece. Might I suggest you post it in the 'finally finished' thread or artists critique centre too? You will get specific feedback on the piece. My comments would be that it is lovely, her expression, lighting and rendering is really beautifully handled. I'd like to see more of your work, subscribed.
Thank you for your compliments, and suggestion! I wasn't sure at first the best place to post it, except here. I'll post it in finally finished I'll also be taking part in Level up lessons and assignments, and look forward to posting more work, reflecting what my studies-- like this, so, more to come! Thanks for the sub!
The lighting is sublime, and I love the delicate brush quality. Are you influenced by comic book art, per chance? Can't wait to see more!
Oh yes, comic art is my passion! I was inspired by Michael turner, and have pretty much been developing my skill ever since. That's the direction I want to go most with my art-- that and conceptual art. I look forward to posting more updates on my progress!
Nice figure. Was that painted with or without ref? Plan on posting more soon, I hope?
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Book of Sketching! ....
Wonderful piece !!! 0_0 let me guess... Did you use the Pastel tool on Corel Painter ? =D
And yes, there's a "finished works" section for your final artpieces. This one is for sketches, improvements and studies =D
Concept 2- Composition study after watching level up- composition 1.1
This is a digital sketch, and a surrealist concept-- where the sky meets the water. Again based off another story of mine, where the characters are trapped in this limbo-like world that's full of wonder.
Suggestions welcome on composition
also, I like to start off a lot of my work in cool colors >_<
The beauty of your female faces takes my breath away. I look forward to seeing more of your work!
fresh colourschemes and nice brushwork. I like how you were able to render that piece in the top out so well with the soft contrast, the subtle look is very pleasing to look at!
This was a first draft painting for a cover, but I'm moving onto another draft. Because of the changes I didn't detail it anymore, since it's more like a sketch I'm posting here. It's hard for me to tell how contrasted it might be on my scene, but I hope the colors are even enough.
Last edited by Beamme; March 28th, 2014 at 04:06 AM.
Im mostly a self-taught artist, learning many things by experimentation, trial and error, and I'm still going through that processs where I'm trying to find things that work for me, and make creating art, more enjoyable, and easier for me.
I can be a perfectionist at times, and it can make doing something I love very frustrating >_<
So, with that said, there's two things that I have been making an effort to do. When I envision something, get it on paper, play around, be loose, have fun. and two-- not be afraid to explore different styles or techniques. Overall, it comes down to stepping outside of my comfort zones.
In doing this, I've come to find that I love geometric shapes when it comes to form. This drawing originally started as a normal figure sketch, that I blocked in with strong shapes- before removing the outlines. It was quick and fun and I find it's a good way for me to get good concept art started when it comes to characters. I don't know who did it, but it was someone on here- concept art.org in chow- stargazer that inspired me to do this. whomever you are-- thanks. If I can find it, I'll reference to that person with a name.
Last edited by Beamme; March 28th, 2014 at 03:46 PM.
These are awesome. I love how much depth you imbue your pieces with while working with a limited color palette. Subscribed!
Another entry-- the concept of good and evil being born in the form of conscience. Much like the little conscious characters that are on either shoulder.
You have very good stuff, I like your lines and colors. Great!
My Sketchbook http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...n-s-Sketchbook
This is an illustration I intend to finish, as part of a series of grimm- fairytale concepts. This is a rough concept sketch i whipped up before bed.
Basically, in the original story, the prince chooses another woman over the mermaid, and the mermaid turns to sea-foam because she chose not to cut his heart out for betraying her.
In this rendition, I chose to do my own thing. The prince betrays her, marrying the other woman, but instead of turning to sea-foam she is overcome with bitterness. Her alluring voice gives the prince no peace with his new bride, as he's haunted by the memory of the love he had with the mermaid. Weary, he finds himself drawn back to the place of their meeting, where to his surprise, she's waiting there to greet him. She embraces him, as he falls before her, unaware of the dagger she holds behind her back while her sister's wait in anticipation. Also his wife is up there in the background looking over, seeing it about to happen.
So, little mermaid turns dark. Who knows, maybe she becomes the new witch? or maybe this could be the origin of ursela herself. It's fun to imagine.
My red reding hood sketch. I was so tempted to make her like princess Mononoke- but yah, red riding hood, riding with a pack of wolfs. She is the wolf.
Snow white, taking vengeance on the queen. this one will have a background but I havn't figured it out yet
go snow white! and go evil queen! now I can't decide which one to root for
I wasn't getting a lot of feels about the previous version so I spiced things up a bit. Snow gets her first taste of blood...and she likes it. Mirror watches in delight, Hail the new queen?
The way you draw the human figure is so fluid. Keep it up Id like to see more from you.
Help me improve!
I really like the way you draw your figures. Just really fluid. Also really admire the lighting in all your images, and the colors that you use. My favorite so far is the painting in post #13. Can't wait to see more from you.
☼ My Sketchbook ☼
Take two on Red here. I decided to work a concept that has a similar format to the others and gives more detail to the character.