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I need to sharpen my skills, but this is what I have thus far:
I can do better on coloring.
This kind of sharing is very inspiring, appluse to everyone, your work has set my heart on fire to improve.
done in pencil
I made it after seeing the movie, and before seeing Church works. My tripod designs are not bad finally
Very nice work and control of the color. I just finished yesterday reading the original H.G. Wells War of the Worlds (takes place in and around London), but your interpretation is much as I imagined it (ok, with some help from the latest movie). I'd like to see someone's interpretation of the book's vision, in other words, an 1895 take on the subject. Wells describes them in some detail, and it would be interesting to see how y'all do to visualize it.
Do you have stages saved on this piece, I'd be interested in seeing it develop.
Thanks for the inspiration!
"I can help you out, but I cannot help you in."
I think its good pencil stuff but Im really having trouble with the perspective. The house on the bottom of the paper appears to have an eye level as for the rest has a birds eye. Know I know the house on the bottom could be on a hill, but it still seems akward. CAnt wait to see a color comp.Originally Posted by mobotI had a great time working on this one.
here is the link to a bigger image
Kewl stuff! the only problem I have is the barrel. I dont think it can stand like that on an incline. Oh..and I think it would be nice if the cart isnt completely aligned with the vanishing point, just to give some variety.Originally Posted by goatrape
done in pencil
This one isn't very good compared to what you guys hae been posting, but I'm learning new stuff every day
Mm.. I was trying to paint a mountain scene, but then I added a man, and I wonder what should that man looking at.. so the whole things appeared..
Here we go, my lousy painting..
I loves Pringle's works.. man keep posting. All you guys did great paintings..!!!
a couple of environments. the first is a digital sketch inspired by frederich Edwin church the great hudson river painter. The Robot protects the kid in the future. I intend to build this scene in 3D. Next 2 are 3D environments concepts the second inspired by syd mead. There is also a quick sketch copy of a famous hudson river painter called Bierstadt.
Last edited by normansargent; August 15th, 2005 at 02:03 PM.
Dude, don't say that, and I'm saying this with the best of the intentions. You're suposed to be the first one to defend your art. Remember that what you say is how the rest perceives you really are. We are all learning here, don't forget that. Always proyect yourself as a winner and forget about the rest. Proyecting yourself better also gives more constructive critics. Don't use the "lousy" thing as a critic shield. You think it sucks? find the reason and change it until it doesn't.Originally Posted by AwaqasMm.. I was trying to paint a mountain scene, but then I added a man, and I wonder what should that man looking at.. so the whole things appeared..
Here we go, my lousy painting..
Keep it up dude!
what i think leonardo da vinci's workshop would have looked like. just for fun and to develop props.
Last edited by chris ocampo; August 16th, 2005 at 07:31 AM.
Wow, these are just so awesome.
long time watcher, first time poster, any crit?
great work by everyone, but pringle steals the show. i could not be more impressed by your website. do you do this sort of thing professionally or is it just a well-developed hobby?
jain, great work. you did a great job carrying the green light throughout the foreground; really tells a story.
and justinbeckett, i really like the last painting in there. you might see a little more shadow coming from the bushes in the left background and middle background (on the other side of the gap), though. it would add believability and drama. i'm curious where it originated from (real life obs, a picture, or just incredible creativity and knowledge)?
Last edited by BryanJenkins; August 17th, 2005 at 01:14 PM.
El arroyo de la sierra, Me complace mas que el mar.
Thanks for all the comments. and sorry I haven't posted sooner.
Been out of town and my internet time has been pretty restricted.
Dallas, cool pic, I'm honoured
ecsdesign, very nice.
Bryanjenkins, I'm still at school but do some freelance whenever I have the time.
Monday evening session.
I just got the d'artiste matte painting book, So cool when i looked through it and saw your piece as one of dylan cole's guest gallery.
You really have a dope style!
(Läser du industridesign i danmark? Jag börjar på HDK på torsdag)
Jag säger som Ernst Hugo på rikshospitalet, danskjevlar =D
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forgot about the environment post!
justinbeckett, i really like that acryl painting of those trees.
pringle still bombing us with those loose ills. incredible work man.
ecsdesign, shit? (as in: nice!)
thought id post this here, pen and PS.
Last edited by tensai; August 31st, 2005 at 07:15 PM.
ok, mine don't really come close, but from my SB, here are my biro messes.
Mr Pudding was an honour to see you work the other week. You made photoshop look effortless.
Mr Pringle Your drawings from your website were highly inspirational.
Last edited by Badger; August 31st, 2005 at 09:40 AM.
acrylic on canvas 60" x 48"
JackMorefield: different and very refreshing, I like it!
Here's something I did for the folks at Baeg Tobar... the "town" of Delving Underbridge.
great thread! keep posting & inspiring, guys!
Ecs, really dig those colours.
Yoonjin, Thanks man, I recieved my copy of the book monday. fun to see it printed. I study illustration at the designschool of Kolding. Will recieve my master in latespring 2006 Goodluck with your studies, What is HDK?
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