Thanks Sweet Sorrow. I do have to agree with you on the nose.
I pretty much started it with out any plan at its start and than had got a creative burst towards the end of the session, I started at the top and worked my way down, unfortunately I ran out of time and could not finish it. Looking at it now I see a ton of things that I would like to do with it but it will have to wait.
Thanks for stopping in and I hope you enjoyed your smoke
I finally got the chance to start using (2 cool) Painter X. The image below started out as just a scrap piece just to test out some of the brushes and turned into a session of a few hours. I had the idea floating around in my head for a few days though.
When I have some time I’ll probable create a character sheet and model it in Softimage or Maya and then composite it into some live footage to place in a new reel for 2008.
Thanks for looking,
Just got this for this image (kinda cool)
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Your sketchbook has some awesome and terrifying Geiger-esque stuff going on. I really like your aesthetic. I think doing some studies from reference and life, whether they be figure drawings or mechanical, would help you out a ton; expand your visual vocabulary. This is something I'm also guilty of not pursuing hard enough!
Pigeonkill, Thanks! No I don't use reference, I'm a really lazy dude and
I know I should and I am going to try to start to do this soon. Thanks
your right about the eyes will have to tighten them up. Thanks for the post.