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i did a few..
2 commisions.. well not really no money involved.. obviously hehe
and uh something i did as a gift for someone.. quickly in an hour or so
C&C very welcome!
hope u enjoyed watching these
Last edited by Joey-b; May 3rd, 2005 at 11:10 AM.
I like the first one, only the arm really bothers me.
After a while it would most certainly fall off, or crumble.. it would be much cooler if the arm was (for example) resting on his knee or something...
yeah.. i know.. looks a bit lame.. hmm ill c if i can adjust it a bit.. thx for suggesting!
Hey Joey, these are pretty good. I know you post about as much as Davi, but I havent seen one for a while. These are much improved over some of your older posts. Keep it up!
I don't spellcheck...
I really like the hot and cool contrast in the second piece. The first piece seems rushed, but is an interesting idea. I also like the cool colors of the third piece.
Kevin Steele (Nurokatt)
scuba - thx allot nice to hear
nurokatt - yeah the piece was a bit rushed.. specially the bg
doodle.. worked out..
was just exercising my drawing.. kinda liked this.. so detailed it out a bit
C&C very welcome once mroe.. cause i know there's allot wrong with it just cant put my finger on it
Ah I see the problem; Her shirt's too long!
Oh and the eyes aren't the same size, but I like it.
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You're getting better and better.
As a generall comment i'll say that your colors are still too saturated - you should have more variation in saturation, focus, temperature and so on.
et i thing the main problem is still on a basic level of form and values.
Try to convert the last peice to balck and white - you'll see some issues to the neck and some too strong contrasts to the ... top area
Keep em comming!
Nice use of colour to show form, the girl at the bottom is the best methinks.
"The only true knowledge is in knowing, that you know nothing".
-Socrates (Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure).
http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=54495 <--My sketchbook.
Gilead - my dad said the same hehe
Oblio - yes i know i should do black n white more.. but i like colors so much.. what is a good way to put colors in later?? i tried it ones using color balance and changing hue... but then the colors get so flat..
hmm maybe just set my drawing to multiply and put colors under m??
hope u get to read this
Lazy gun - thx allot!
wow im finally gettin some good words.. motivates me allot.. thx all of u