DerMidlet: thanks man, wish I could say they were my work, you have a pretty nice sb going yourself, I'll see you around the workshops man.
Cigaro: thanks a lot
Burning Eyes: Your sb is coming along nicely man, very nice
darkchild:will do my mate, will do
I have more stuff to post, but I have class tomorrow morning and so I will post more tomorrow. these are a few average creature designs I did a few days ago. Again these are based off of the silouettes above. I'm going to tackle a few of these in photoshop soon. Been a little busy lately with school and personal crap. Its coloring time real soon though. Thanks for viewing my sb guys, very much appreciate the feedback. C & C are always welcomed here by everyone.
this one is 17/13 labeled this one twice
this one was suppose to be the bottom middle sillouette on the second page, but it became pretty much a wolf instead.
this one was the bottom right silouette on the second page
Last edited by Darktwin; July 13th, 2006 at 04:21 AM.
Derram:glad I can inspire you, keep on working man.
Here are a few portraits more portrait studies, trying to mix it up a little bit, Monty and the Rommel, the two desert warriors of North Africa. I'm somewhat pleased with them. just going to keep mixing it up and cranking em out.
Erwin Rommel : Afrika Corp
Benard Montegomery: 8th Army commander
Last edited by Darktwin; July 15th, 2006 at 04:41 AM.
Hey man, great work again! I noticed something on the Montegomery though. With the front lighting on him more of his eyes should be visable. I don't know much about portiats, so I'm not entirely sure it's common practice or not, but in your recent posts you seem to be shading in the eyes. Not cheatung are you
long time since i last stopped my.Incredible improvement on your rendering technique, very nice.The portaits are really expressive and well done.ABout the creature studies, tho, you need to study some more real anima anatomy before you try out thumbnail creatures.Always use ref even for non existant critters.
You should try out some landscape drawings too
Derram: Your right I'm going to have to watch the blocking in of the eyes, I think I'm simplying them to much. Thanks for the crit,
blanquish:thanks man, very much appreciated
The Gnoll:thanks for the advice, what I have been doing is after doing the thumbnail I'll look at an animal book I have for ideas and build upon those shapes followed by some animal anatomy. But I should definitly try it the way you've suggested. thanks man
Jens:Thank you , thank you.
Here are some thumbnails sillouetes and a creature I designed for the cow this week I might not finish in time, due to home work from my head drawing class.
The cow theme this week is "Nuclear Planet Eater" With some loose environment thumbnails with marker.
Last edited by Darktwin; July 18th, 2006 at 05:24 AM.
Another one who have found the "make-you-good-at-drawing-over-the-night" pills right ?
Awsome work, the last page shows improvment allover the place!
keep the good work up darktwin, its amazing and inspiring to see!