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June 21st, 2006 #105
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Sick stuff dude! Keep it up! Everytime you feel lazy (if you do), just think of all those bastards born with photographic memory and how they're out to get our jobs! That'll get you pumped!
June 22nd, 2006 #107
The wolf is looking sooooo nice, iv gotta start doing animals my self
really nice, and lighting is coming out really cool as well, bw for
whom are you doing this image? Im just beeing courious.
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June 28th, 2006 #108
I like the snowcamp painting. Nice work all around. My only recommendation is that you loosen your sketchwork a little and focus more on the quality of your lines than on the integrity of your rendering, with proportion and all the other inherent elements.
June 29th, 2006 #109
if you don't mind a some first-view assumption/opinions: your anatomy studies and drawings from ref are getting really strong but when you draw faces from imagination you tend to revert to icon-features. instead, try to apply what you know to be true about the structure of the noses and eyes you're imagining, build and observe them in your head, then put them down on paper.
June 30th, 2006 #110
July 3rd, 2006 #111
Chandan: yeah, damn those f***ers. REVOLUTION!
Maxetormer: hah, i should have done it about 2 years ago for an art trade. just never got anything looking moderately okay until i just went 'screw it' and rolled with this idea.
Listing: i think it's my insecurity with being barely able to show form without some sort of rendering, but i will give it a shot
bwkeough: i've started working through that loomis guy's faces book again, so hopefully i can improve more in that area, heh. thanks!
invincible: i actually painted all over that, it was just getting so frustrating ah well. next time maybe i'll get it right.
I have been working on things recently, just feeling a bit sick at the moment. Anyway - finished the flying dogbird:
And some really quick colours over another user's lines in Painter (that program is hard...):
I'll have some sketches up soon, I promise! Just busy with my LMS2 Thunderdome pic :p
July 7th, 2006 #112
July 7th, 2006 #113
Really impressive stuff in here! I love... everything. I'll add to the critique that your figures look more like groups of muscles than people. Try bridgeman studies for rhythm and balance. Keep it up!
EDIT: Whoops, only looked at the first page. You're much better about that now... um, good job.
July 13th, 2006 #114
July 27th, 2006 #115
Apathy: No probalo! I'm gonna be hanging around the colouring book more often from now on
Fishspawn: Thanks mate.
Invincible: Heh. Well, it didn't turn out too well for me, but I posted it below.
I'm back from snowboarding and the start of the new semester (much to do, but i'll keep on top of it now!). I have a fair few pages to show, but I'll start with my Last Man Standing 2 sketches and entry:
I don't like how it turned out at all, I need to do so much more practice. Wargh! Anyway, on to the other stuff. Mostly unreferenced apart from a few facial plane/hand/perspective studies (Hogarth, Loomis). Mouths confuse me.
July 27th, 2006 #116
July 27th, 2006 #117