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Hi, sorry for the late reply, I have been in vacations!
Anyway, thanks a lot comixnut, realy glad you like!
Mikhael, for colour mostly watercolours, but also other inks and some digital edition too.
Here'a small dump of some stuff from my sketchbook:
Last edited by voraz; October 6th, 2006 at 05:48 AM.
again, loving what i see. i feel like you are letting go and not really worrying about proportions even though you practice it, which is why i think i am ok with it. It's good to let go and enjoy what you do! *S* Keep it up man!
Olá Pedro, obrigado. E como vai o teu trabalho em BD? Estou à espera de ver actualizações no teu sketchbook, as tuas linhas são mesmo boas, tens trabalhado nessa área?
Esse cadre corner é um estúdio? trabalhas lá?
Some sketches for a comic:
Last edited by voraz; October 6th, 2006 at 05:50 AM.
I honestly love this last piece. For awhile there i even forgot who's sb i was looking at and then i saw the flag and i was going 'hey isn't that..?"
Filipe obrigado pelas palavras (eu queria dizer comments mas o meu vocabulario e um desgosto). O cadre e um online estudio e eles convidaram-me para ser parte do estudio, mas eu continuo aqui em sydney. Se regressares ao meu sb veras uma personagem (e assim character) que faz parte da historia que estou a assombriar agora.
Hey voraz. Lots and lots of sketches and work here. Who needs replys when you post so often, you've filled up your 3 pages with a lot of work. i enjoyed looking through your sketchbook, shows good improvement and determination. Keep it up and keep posting.
Thank Prophet. Actually there are much less thing i here now, because I removed lots of old stuff, leaving only the pieces I liked more. I had to relieve the sketchbook, it was really really heavy and took lots of time to load. I think now there is less than 1/3 of what was here before.
This sketchbook has been a very effective way of keeping me working as much as possible and keeping me motivated. Since I haven't studied arts, and that i don't work in arts. This sketchbook and the whole CA has kept my motivation to keep on doing stuff (it has also taken many time that I could have used in drawing in painting to just be around in CA, spending here way much time than I should).
Sometimes it is disappointing because I feel i get few replies but then again I just think I'll have to get better and at some point I'll start having more interesting stuff and will get more replies.
That or I'll just join a SSG!
really like this one man
would be a really cool place to take a little walk in...
keep it up
check the Tensai Tokyo Sketch Thread (Sketchbook)
check the Tensai Cityscapes Thread (Finally Finished)
Originally Posted by strych9ineFuck backgrounds, who needs em.
These were done as a final project for a workshop of scientific illustration. They have been exposed in the Museum of Natural History in Lisbon, in a exibit from this and past workshops students.
i have posted this in the final finished section but since they weren't considered good enough to be there and were put out I'm putting it here too.
They're watercolour and a little digital edition.
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Just a quick digitall painting to train, it was done from a picture, took about 50 min and it doesn't look like the person I was portraing. I sampled some colours from the photo.
EDIT: I am seing this in another monitor and it looks too dark!
Last edited by voraz; October 6th, 2006 at 05:51 AM.
i like your watercolours.
And i see improvement. Love those bugs.
thanks for stopping by my SB =] youve made a good improvement, theres a nice variety here too, i like the loosness of this sketch, =] http://img468.imageshack.us/img468/6...96060012mu.jpg
Hi lefran, thanks!
This is a sketch I did last night, didn't have much time, I did it in about 20' in my graphic tablet, the main objective was to try and do some good lines in it, but they still come out very funky. The figure in the left had a little more work.
Last edited by voraz; October 6th, 2006 at 05:52 AM.
Finally something i can help you with!
Any time you want to ink, just remember (i guess just like in the pencils) about the form underneath. It makes no difference if you are using aball point pen, or a nib or a brush neither! So in the head for example, those lines shouls have followed the 'roundness' of the head to give it form. You kinda did it with the arms though so that's a good start. *S* Keep it up man. It sucks that they kicked your bugs out of the finished section but i am glad to see them in here because they rock. Cheers!
comixnut- hey PJ thanks for the advice, yeah I know what you mean I actually stopped inking it because the head was really bad and I lost interest. Thanks for the crit, glad to hear it especially from a guy like you that makes such good lines!
Thanks Dile, yes i have to work more in the proportions, I think it comes out allrigth when I use ref, but most of the time I just don't and it notices and I end up doing the same errors on and on... gotta change that!
I'm going to scan someting so i can keep the daily updating that is going on since the 23rd of July!
See the guy in the middle? he looks like you erased all 'classic noob' feelings from th drawing so that he looks really good, proportions as well as the head shape (big noob area is the head). He looks totally different from the other 2 that are flanking him. Whatever you did with the middle guy keep doing it!