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Thread: GreenSock's Sketchbook Diarrhea
February 21st, 2011 #1301
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Thanks for updating with pencil pages!
August 12th, 2011 #1303
Been a while. Sorry. Been busy with work primarily. Sometimes it's been fun, most of the time I miss the free painting time of unemployment.
Quick n dirty update of recent portfolio work. Some stuff from work, some stuff for shits and giggles.
surus - no problem, glad you liked em. I have tons more but i despise scanning sketchbooks nowadays, sorry
kingkostas - thanks, guess I disappeared again though
Thomas - Thanks! I have lots of stuff to scan and not the patience to do it. Maybe Ill motivate myself to do it one day and then dump watercolours and pencils again.
Farvus - Thanks for the kind words!!
Andy - Thanks, means a lot! Im obviously quite dumb with perspective, I eyeball too much and dont notice the glaring issues until Im done with it... I like painting interiors and backgrounds now though, so its something to work on...
Parsakoira - Thanks!!
MattGamer - Thanks, the backgrounds are generally 2-3 days for each one, so about 14-21 hours of painting. In those particular characters the feet weirdness was intentional, most of the time i dont have that excuse though!
Malakuko - Thanks, I agree completely that my finished work sucks ass, I've been experimenting and struggling with getting the right look to my work for some time now... still havent figured out a method and look that makes me happy.
August 15th, 2011 #1304
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August 16th, 2011 #1305
Stuff is looking sick as always. I have to admit that even though your paintings are continually improving I always have way more fun wading through all your pencil sketches. It reminds me of the good ol' days. I'm terrible at keeping sketchbooks anymore. Most of my loose papers just end up in the trash or scattered between my home and work. Need to pick that up again. You can tell you're having fun and staying loose. I really admire that stuff!
The environment paintings are rocking too. Loads of atmosphere and I'm really digging your eye for color. Sometimes they do feel a bit too busy. Like in the cave painting with all the crystals and what not. I feel like my eye doesn't know where to rest. Your character paint ups are rockin' too. Sometimes they come out a little bit stiff after your coat of paint. I know that with time you'll bring that same loosness from your sketchbook into your finished paintings as well.
No real crits, per se. But hopefully some encouragement at least is helpful! I'm so proud of how you've grown dude! You put me to shame! Ha! Keep it going!
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August 16th, 2011 #1306
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August 16th, 2011 #1307Registered User
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Wow, I somehow missed the last two updates here! You are getting reeeaaaallly good man!
Your lighting is excellent and I like how you are handling some more complex pieces. Gotta say, you are doing quite solid in your sketchbook with the pencils and watercolours!
I think a bit more attention to anatomy will help you out though. I'm not sure how much reference you are using, but the character concepts in the latest post for instance are really solid in terms of drapery and materials and lighting, yet look very stiff and the proportions are off in a number of places (not sure if some was meant to be intentional, but if it is I suggest either exaggerating the proportions more or making them more accurate as now they are stuck in that awkward space between the two). In other pieces like the skull in the latest post some more ref would help.
I also find it odd how your colours are inconsistent. You have some paintings in which they are absolutely fantastic and others look unnatural. I'd do more colour studies just to smooth things out more and get more comfortable with it.
Anyways, hope this helps, it's just a few thoughts I had while looking through your stuff. You are doing really great. You have to update more .
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February 13th, 2014 #1308