top stuff mate! like the man with knight stick (pose is slightly unbalanced tho) and the girly with the big fat robot head best . all your work doing studies is really paying off i think! your cloth is looking much more beleivable and your character is spot on. each doodle has tons of personality!
really nice updates - some really solid stuff again but this http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y95...akugaki107.jpg
stole my heart for a moment there. love the two on the left, great brush strokes. i'd think of a crit but you seem to be doing that yourself already - keep up the good stuff man.
Lewis: Cheers! The trick with metal surfaces is just grab a photo and observe how the light plays on the surface. You tend to get strongly contrasting values next to each other because of the reflectivity.
MorteM: Thanks. I really need to improve my rendering though!
cakeypigdog: Ta very much! Yeah, I get a bit lst with more dynamic poses. I plan to start working on them very soon.
tensai: Thanks, man. I will be doing a lot more cat stuff now that I have one of my own. Keep up the great work in your book.
Evil_Sloth: Glad you like.
Just a couple of things from today. This started of as a lunchtime speedpaint and then I worked on it a bit more to try and get it looking more finished. I used a Bernini sculpture as reference for the lighting.
Here's the thumbnail for it:
Some quick hands from tonight. Tried not to spend more than a minute on each:
wicked hand studies nick! i have been trying that too but i really couldnt nail them like that in a minute. like the way you have kept them feeling fleshy and organic. the bust from todays sp turned out real solid mate!
This page gave a five hours orgasum, now some body give this man the five
dam stars that he deserves, as I belive his work is as professional as
any of the big guns of the site, DUDE Im in complete AWE, I dont know if
I will ever be this good but ill try with all my heart thats for sure,
in the middle time seeing someone pulling this kinda of work makes
me want to try harder, THANKS for that, and CONGRASTS!!!
please keep posting.
You Sir were on the Prague WorkShop?
Oh thats one big dissapointment, you see I went to that
workshop as well but I dont belive I got to see your skb...
Whats your name mate? I just curious, and keep the images coming!
Oh do you have any advice about my sketching I would love
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