Comenzé un thread de color para los latinos.. ejercicios diarios (idealmente).
Aquí está mis primeros aportes al respecto.. así que si hablas español.. anda pa' lla! http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=163215
JailHouseRock2 - Thanks for the support bro!
More studies from the past few weeks. Following that, my NEWBORN piece: called STARCHILD. The last one is a CD cover for an ecuadorian rock band called "Vedette"... Hope you enjoy!
i reaalllly like the studys youve been doin
excellent practice and in photoshop not too easy : P
keep it up ( needs more boobs in here ) ill get some nudity going for yah in my book
those reject pieces have some wicked colour in em lovein it : D
The username is 'GriNGo' and you're in Quito - Ecuador
(that's funny) I've got a picture of you in chaps and you've an Intuos in
one hand and a MAC Book Pro folded in your arms the other.
You're doing the duck walk, hehehe.
I like the studies and I can't wait to see more of your own creations. Keep up
the motivation and drive as it rubs off on me. Thank you.
The upside down character/composition. Sweet.
The fourth one of post 304 is looking great, nice idea also
por cierto loco ya estoy devuelta en Ecuador!!! por fin pero el cambio de clima me esta matando...
Happy new year to you too
long time no see.. with some new stuff, mainly studies. been trying to improve my line. hope you like my new direction.. kind of. The last one I did last night. If you follow my blog, you might have seen this new direction starting a while ago. Tell me what you think!
hunchback- thanks for passing by bro
jatherip - thanks for the tip man!
ian miles - thanks bro
sketch - maybe...
dwardo - u have a pic of me? from where dude... show me
andres333 - gracias loco.
your studies are very good mate, and i like very much your style in these illustrations, like in this last portrait.Keep up the good work
Hey man, great sketches. The master studies on the last page are superb; you should do some in color, too!
You got here insane amount of master studies. Good job. I personally believe they are good for start. Later it's better to stick more to life drawing.
I really like this piece http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1268035788. It has nice flow of lines.
Love the third picture in 314. Working on your line in photoshop can be sort of frustrating, I find it's application process great for coloring but like, linework can be a little less graceful in a way. For a lot of fun doing linework, check out calligraphy brushes (those Japanese/chinese ones? Can't remember what they are called, but you can find them pretty easily) and some india ink. It's a fast easy way to really get a firm grip on your lines. Maybe learning in unforgiving mediums without undo helps build careful form?
I've heard that... not 100% if I believe it. Anyways, keep it up bro. Heaps of improvement since your first page.