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April 26th, 2005 #1
New Covers And Girls From My Updated Site
It's been a while since my last post and my nickname was another: "MaxB". Maybe some of you remember my posts, anyway here is something new from my site that is going to be updated.
Any advice from other professionals is welcome:
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Sorry, I forgot to say that the first is a cover for Games Workshop, the second for "Fantasy & Science Fiction Magazine".
April 26th, 2005 #3
You have some really nice work here. I like that the centaur is part zebra rather than the standard horse. The composition is the woman is really nice. No critiques here.
Whatever you do, don't look at my Sketchbook and Painting Thread!
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April 26th, 2005 #4
All the colors and ..well everything related to the actuall work is really great...i have no critics for the last 2, BUT........i do have a little critic that haves nothing to do with the work in the first one.....the thing is, it would be nicer if the ork was more massive, i mean a bigger face and hands, and maybe more muscle.....but all that could mean also change the shape of the shoulder pads ( so they look thicker)..........again this is only a personal preference, but i think (profeccionally) that it could make a special touch to the ork character......for the other two, i absolutly love them, the first too if i wasnt so picky about orks
April 27th, 2005 #5
SHAMAGIM: Yes, I had some troubles finding the right proportions of the orc, the AD made me correct it several times, I think the second cover I did for "Blood Bowl" (I'll post it soon), more or less same subject, was more succesfull this way.
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Those are really good, lots of imagination and talent. I would actually pay to have thema s posters and stick them on my wall. Talent + Imagination = Great
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April 27th, 2005 #8
love the last one!
Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd
April 27th, 2005 #9
These are incredible beautiful paintings!
April 27th, 2005 #10
I love the centaure pic.
Is it without reference???? and how long did it take you to make this??
can you tell me somethings about it, how its been created?
send me private message plz.
thank alot bb
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April 27th, 2005 #11
TOM I'll soon put on line on my site the "prints for sale" section.
rWDrk First I made some rough pencil sketches to fix the ideas, then I made the photographs of the characters (I attend a GYM and the trainers posed for me) with a digital camera. I imported all the pictures on my mac and finished the illo with Photoshop. It took me 8/9 days for each piece, more or less, using the monitor as I would with a canvas. I use Wacom tablet and optical pen, of course. It was really of help turning the canvas upside down or flip it horizontal to correct many mistakes.
For the second picture I used as reference for the colors Tiepolo's "Mecenate presenta le arti ad Augusto" and Maulbertsch's "l'educazione di Maria" (sorry I don't know the translation in english of these titles). It's really helpful studying the Old Masters paintings, whenever I have doubts I keep looking at those masterpieces to find inspiration and the solution for drawing problems.
April 27th, 2005 #12
I've gotta say that I like the first piece the best, although all of them are equally beautiful. I suppose I have a soft spot for an old tabletop game, as I used to play Warhammer 40K. The sky in the "Blood Bowl" piece is really an interesting contrast to the violence on the field, it's almost serene-- and I don't know if it's intentional but that Disney-esque castle in the background made me laugh. It's sinister and funny.
Kevin Steele (Nurokatt)
April 27th, 2005 #13Originally Posted by nurokatt