Hey Zou thanks for the advice, I think you could take a lot of your work to a more finished standard, the tree character, the trouse character etc, I think what would help most is separating the material rendering more? A lot of materials look the same in my eyes, think about how specular something is or how it might diffuse light, I hope this helps, you've got some really great ideas/story telling.
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Love your works man! Very inspirational!
Andrew Robinson: thanks for your comment. hehe, i'm thinking on those sides you mentionned. I need to focus and work more on these pieces to show the material. Of course I won't be able to finish all the pieces.
Naranbaatar: thanks for the comments man
on location drawing
I havent visited your sketchbook for a while. The mech designs are looking great, a cool change of direction for you I like it.
Also the on location sketches are really nicely done.
Keep it up, im looking forward to seeing more of your ideas come to life.
great perspective, do you have some reference/link to study perspective?
do you make the line helper in photoshop or imagination lol
Mothman : thanks for your words
Let's keep it up
ricknos : Thanks for stopping by. There so many perspective resources out there, but I thnk scott robertson explain it quickly and efficiently , he has a youtube channel.
I used Clip Paint Studio Rulers, they are great !
I found an awesome watercolor brush lately wich is really the best i've seen
there is one free and another paid version made by Kyle
(go to gumroad link there)
an environment , i should color
another quick mecha
Made some copic brushe+panel for drawing these
I agree with Andrew Robinson about changing the materials of objects.
I like your location drawings and your robot character. I'm a little confused by the robots personality. Is it a good or bad robot?
It would be cool to see it more rendered.
Hey man! Thank you for the feedback on my work, I will try to implement your suggestions. I had an idea from looking at your work, to combine your location drawings with your robots, as your robot looks like it just exists in a grey environment, you could spice them up by giving him a context or a reason for being around. For example in Half Life, the robots were used to monitor people in the city. I should do the same for my work. =)
Istmin52 : thanks for the feedback. For the robot , iwas thinking like a military unit: a scout, neutral i guess.
Kungfoowiz: hehe, i thaught of it, like they could be giant mecha destrying things but it was not really original. Your idea sound cooler
two WIP s
thanks so much for the info yeah just google it & will check scott robinson on youtube / find the dvd haha
your last piece that environment & tree really great hope to see it finished :p
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