wow!! these are some pretty fantastic sketches!!! i really love you style and those girls you drew are amazing and those monsters especially the last one, man!! really nice. cool shading. i gotta practice more...
you got any more?
Last edited by stikler999; March 24th, 2003 at 12:02 AM.
These are great man. Like davi, I loooooovee your monsters. :thumbsup:
-http://iwasink.com/- DS Illustration
There is nothing wrong with using a photo to help you see things.
No one complains about life drawing,
so take a photo.
its easy, and will improve your piece greatly."
huzzah man, very VERY nice to see you here. good stuff . got one question- most of your stuff (i saw at least) is monsters and people; how are you at other subjects (environments, vehicles, anything)? i'm just curios.
Hey Lung_Bug! Well.. I have always been into the organic side of things.. the living as opposed to the constructed. Mecha's, enviroments, perspective stuff is something I have never done.. doesn't interest me, but I wouldn't be surprised if that changed soon. I'm content at the mo with my humans and monsters but yeah having the knowledge of the other side would be sweet. Enviroments I might give some more thought, thats something I would like to add actually.. cos I suck with bg's etc.
Cheers for the comments man
2kre8- Everything I do is on A4..(US Letter would be closet). Just the average.
Cheers dude, appreciate your reply.
actually, i'm in a pretty same position right now- all my previous work consists of characters, portraits and such with a few exceptions). at one point i got frustrated being limited by my narrow knowledge (or rather got tired of doing characters in front of a blue, black, or the latest, orange background) and started studying various subjects. it's really nice to be able to place a character somewhere, i must say . anyways, i see you're happy at the moment, i'm just rambling (instead of learning chemistry). perspective stuff i think you should be interested in, having in mind it quite affects drawing the human body? well, one can be able to draw someone without knowing the technical side of it (and even be perfect at it). i'll stop now and get some sleep, have no idea what i just wrote but i hope it makes some sense
and oh, WHERE'S THE UPDATE?!
(added note: look at me, writing like i'm 45. smartass scum, that's what i am)
Naa I tried a few weeks back, twas amazingly frustrating and I gave up. I'm off traveling soon so before I go I would like to get some sketching in and trying to learn how to paint is too much of an undertaking. Maybe a while from now when I get settled again I'll try picking it up.
I am pretty sure that I would find oils easier, even though its slower I think I would have more patience for it. With digital the results were poor and time consuming.. for me atleast.
Following a tut could make all the difference, by damn I'm lazy.
Thanks for your comment Targete.. always a buzz.