Daily updates?! Alright! I'll be checking in to make sure you're not skipping one day, man!
The front view of that goblin-thingy or whatever it is is definitely the better one. But then, you already knew that. Eeeh, that's about as much useful (or not useful at all) stuff I had to say...
See you around!
Oh, and I dig your avatar. Why you need a new one?
I do need a new avatar Hai, this one is so boring. Need something with colour and pizzaz!
Thanks for dropping by.
Also this is for a class project for something called 'exquisite dolls'. apparently very popular with the kids these days!
these may not look like much but i am very much hoping they will turn out to be some of the best, if not the best art i have done to date. it is based on a story that i created dear to me and the class project that allows us to do some concept art is the perfect opportunity to bring this to life.
You shouldn't care too much about comments, you'r doing this for yourself to improve, right? That's how i think of it anyway.
The art is coming along nicely, love the pastel. Your lines could use a bit of improving so what i'd do is just to draw from life with an ink pen, without lifting the pen too much. Keep drawing man!
These are the sketches that made me miss my train stop today!
I have today's development's on those concept drawings as well! Let me go find them for you!
jatherip you have nothing to worry about from what i saw on your sb. You got a serious foundation there and it will surely come as you work at it. I went there to give you some C&C but i think i will await until you have had a chance to work through Mr Smile's comments!
AlexTooththanks man glad you liked them. Anatomy is something that i definitely want a better hang of.
Imaginary it's true i shouldn't but there are som many great artists out there that give some awesome C&C and i dont want to miss that opportunity to grow, know what i mean? and continuous line drawing is one of my favourite techniques that i have not done in a long time. I'll take that as a request!
Last edited by comixnut; March 30th, 2009 at 03:27 AM. Reason: forgot image! :D
Coming along! Try and smooth out your rendering. Even quick sketching has its ways to look cleaner and more rendered in the same amount of time without having to make a lot of lines!
Good stuff here. Continue!
IanE i actually made a conscious effort to go for a particular style with those sketches but i have been told in the past, similar things to what you mentioned so i will try to show that i can do both in future posts. Hopefully! Thanks man!
Layout of mine for current illustration. My teacher is the one who did the rendering though to show me the possibilities of turning a good layout into a great illustration!
Had to show that we learnt our stuff in illustrator. And since i know later we have to do our diorama pick again i thought i'd kill 2 birdds with one stone. Not much of a stone because after 12 hrs plus i still have not been able to finish this!
trying to do some ink wash. Practicing in sketchbook that i have to hand in at the end of term 2. Also thinking about doing it for both a present for my brother-in-law and his g/f of their little son (who is the one i was practicing with, from photos) and for an up-coming assignment.
whew! cutting it close today
ok a VERY week spot of mine is colour so if anyone can pick themselves off the floor after seeing this for long enough for some C&C i would love it! I did it with markers and i am willing to start again but i just need some help!
Man i absolutely butchered this sunset boat watercolour. It was freaking nerve racking and went completely south, but amazingly enough i had some sort of fun!
The rest are also projects i will speak of more as i finish them!
nice commitment. keep rocking
This is how the finished piece ended up looking even though it was not really finished. The printer at school prints things really dark and i actually liked it better that way. Anyone know how to replicate that on this without using levels ( cause levels does not actually do what i the printer did!).
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