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July 13th, 2005 #136
I like the car chase scene, but, to keep it coherent I personally would've done a rough color over the whole thing before I started tightening certain sections, in order to keep a more coherent composition, maybe do some thumbnails and rough in the rest of the composition before you try to render more? just a thought.
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August 7th, 2005 #138
Wher you at? Would love to see some new stuff! And of course the final version of the car scene, it's a very interesting piece.
August 7th, 2005 #139
I'm also dying to see that carscene finished. Great work you have here. Keep posting plz.
September 19th, 2005 #140
HAven't popsted for long, but there is a new project of mood-boarding and production design for a feature film coming up. Just in the stage of creating a look. Still work in progress especially at the mothers hand and the kids clothes and details...I know I am not quite there yet, but maybe you guys can help me push it further...
Here is the first pic, the opening scene. The mum and her two kids are trying to escape over the border, while this dark knight is on their track (in the following sequence killing the mother by riding her over...).../ What do you think
vigo - the car scene is a kind of put on ice, until i'll have some time off... thanks for the crit man. And rock the Last Man Standing, man!!
mr blonde - You're so right, but this image started growing randomly, so now here I am, having trouble to get it together... thanks for the input! Really enjoyed seeing how you're working (especially in terms of colourwork)
johnny - thanks man. Ja, habs endlich hinter mir und sitze jetzt bei FOA fest... Kannst Dir ja vorstellen das da nicht viel Zeit bleibt.... Was machst du?
tigermilk - thank you sir. hope it'll be finished soon too...
ramon - thanks man. really dig your work too. keep rocking.
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September 19th, 2005 #141
Very nice sketchbook. Decided to post a reply this time
Regarding your last post, Maybe you could lift the level of depth by creating another pannel on the near foreground, or zoom in a bit and make your characters the foreground. It could be interesting to zoom in only on the height of the kids faces. To get your point of view a bit lower and make them look back at the knight and see the anxiety in their faces
( I'm thinking of a piece of another pro here on CA but don't remember who. And he made a Hansel and gretel pic. I think it had the kind of mood you're trying to achieve here. maybe someone remembers what i'm talking about )
Anyway, love your stuff man
"There is no such thing as 'accurate drawing'. There is beautiful
drawing, and ugly, and nothing else." JAD Ingres, Ecrits sur l'art
September 19th, 2005 #142
September 19th, 2005 #143
Great work, that last one is gorgeous! Especially the little girl's face."absorb what is useful, discard what is useless, and keep what is essentially your own." - Bruce Lee
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Nice work, really.
You're telling a story with these figures, that's really cool. The only crit I'd give is that in my eyes the Black Knight looks a bit square and maybe you should put him in a little fog or density. I think then he might look more frightening.
I really like the mood and you seem to have a good sense of story telling.
cheers!"Happen to every guy sometimes this does."
September 19th, 2005 #145
September 19th, 2005 #146
September 19th, 2005 #147
some suggestions for the new piece:
the kinght does not seem menacing enough, i think enlarging the cape and flaring it out more will help with that, also the way he's riding the horse makes him seem like the horse is just trotting along.. its a matter of body language.. watch a movie or soemthing with somebody riding a horse that is moving fast and you'll get a good idea of how to pose him.. I'd push him a bit further back and add some more mist by lightening his values a step, because he's as dark as the foreground....the expressions on the foreground characters are fantastic.. good luck, i think this will be a good piece..
September 19th, 2005 #148
Wow. Great thread. Can't believe it took me this long to stumble in here. I'll be lookin' for more great updates! It'll be interesting to see where that storyboard piece moves to.
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Words are losing their meanings.Great stuff!
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