Robbie7: Cheers Robbie! Iím glad youíre enjoying the images, I appreciate the kind words
NickyBeats: Thanks for the kind words buddy! Yeah I really enjoyed drawing that multi armed character Iím also happy you like the landscapes as I don't do them very often.
crankshaft: Thanks buddy! Now you've said it I can see a few of them as helmet designs, haha. More vehicle specific features would help communicate them a lot more clearly. I appreciate the crit, thanks again
This post includes a character duo piece of a repair robot and his four legged companion, some face studies and a few pages of pencil sketches.
Thanks for taking the time to visit, crits and comments are welcome
Oh and if you want to watch me paint live I recently got introduced to this thing called picarto TV... It's nice to do art and share it - if you have any questions it's great to talk too! I'm painting pretty much 12 hours a day so you'll most likely find me - unless I'm eating
Great work! I think for the face studies, the middle guy, his forehead looks too much like plastic and not flesh instead. It could be because it's too smooth and not natural compared to all the wrinkles down below. Hope this helps.
Hey man, great stuf again xD, love what you did with the yellow holographic head there.. awesome concept! and the suit i wish i could see it moving to see how it works, and your killing it with the color armony man, sweet!
Kelvin Liew: Thank you Kelvin, I'm glad you like the creatures
Cojac: Thanks Cristina, I appreciate your kind words
crankshaft: Cheers buddy! I didn't want to take these studies to a full finish, it was just an excercise to brush up on faces. I think the reflection from the camera flash and like you said a lack of texture creates that shiny effect. I appreciate the crit
Gyvulius: Thanks man! I appreciate the positive words, i'm glad you like my work
Chris Flores: Thank you Chris, I'm glad you like the concept; it was a lot of fun to work on. Haha, I would love it if someone modelled and rigged that bot
Agerkvist: Thanks buddy, itís great to hear from you I'm doing a few small freelance jobs while applying to studio's for in-house positions. How about you?
zou: Hey zou! The portraits were an exercise done in a limited time. Nice idea, I may concetrate on just a couple next time and go for the hyper real finish
cricketts801: Thank you
This is a relatively small post which includes a solar powered bot design and a few pencil sketched character designs.
I appreciate you taking the time to look at my stuff, cheers!
Amazing stuff as always! One crit I have would be that the arms and joint areas look a bit wonky in the painting. It might help to tilt them back in space a bit more, since they appear to currently be pointing straight up almost, or maybe use atmospheric perspective to make the positioning of the limbs clearer. Hopefully that makes sense. Anyways, thanks for posting man!
Super detailed bird! Not sure if it was intentional but the pose of it and the way the arms are almost symmetrically posed gives the bird a very stiff rigid feel. Especially with the way the neck is perfectly turned sideways to the viewer, however the details are awesome!
The details in your work never ceases to amaze me :o Your linework is also very clean!
The avian pic is looking great; however, at first I had trouble making out what was in the image due to the amount of details. Maybe push some back a little so it's easier to make out the arms in perspective. But that's just my suggestion, I'm not sure it'll work out
I apologise for the huge gap between posts, it was due to a couple of reasons. Firstly my graphics card decided to give up on me; it took a while to figure out what had happened to my PC and to consequently get a new one delivered. The second reason is a positive one and it's because Iíve been busy with work.
dragning: Thank you! Yeah you're right about the arm looking like they're at the wrong angle. I did play with atmospheric perspective a little but obviously not enough I may try and fix the issues with this image but itís always just too tempting to move onto the next image. I appreciate you taking the time to comment and crit
Robbie7: I appreciate the love Robbie, cheers
crankshaft: Thanks buddy! I agree it did end up feeling stiff due to the pose/symmetry. I have learnt a lot from creating the image and the feedback received. As always I appreciate your crits and comments
Minella: Thank you! I'm glad you like it
Airi Kervinen: Thank you Airi! I think you're spot on; I need to add less detailed areas for the viewerís eye to rest on. Also some atmospheric perspective could have been used to push the fuel tank towards the viewer and the arms further away to increase depth. I appreciate you crit
This post includes some random rpg prop designs and the usual pencil scans, comments and crits are always welcome.