like the details on those last ones, but conceptwise and overall (pose etc) i like ur pieces on the previous page more.
My only advice would be to practice more on the shading. Conceptwise, expressions etc are fine and im surprised with so little comments.
just got some markers and a letraset marker pad today...damn, 18 euros for 50 sheets and 3 markers are a LOT of money IMHO, hope they prove useful...anyway, my firts try ever with these things...C&C would be really useful
you know you gotta be patient... concerning that whole comment deal. Anatomy and texture of that green horse dragon thingy look good but it looks flat and the colors dont work like that- you should get back to that "crappy" thumbnail of yours- looks like an interesting approach. Def. lower the bg though
dont worry about the comments.. just keep on working
Hye man, tnaks for posting in my sketchbook, looks like we're on the same level.Man you've put alot of stuff up here, good to see some progress going on especially in the way you sketch. Its true that the weight of line and composition are very very important.I'm about your age, but going to uni at the mo, so dont seem to have much time to draw at the mo, studing graphic design. Anyway, my favorites are definitely the pages which are on the 1st page fopr your work with rakshasa project, they were nice.
also the photoshop black and white images at the bottom of that page are great, nice comic. You should study a bit more on anatomy and movement so your characters arent so 'blocky' as they are in action. Loomis is good...
Anyway good work, keep em comin mate
experiment with some new styles
@krakel: thx for the comments.ok, well, you see, the whole point of that thumbnail was practicing on anatomy n texture...anyway i see your point.I'll try and do more but i'm just too bloody lazy to get anything done.
@Sybo:thx for the comments.Yeah, i don't have much time either, but i guess it's also beacause i'm too lazy...i did practice for some time on Loomis, guess i gotta do more.
Anyway, just looking at Neville Page's Eye rendering tutorial, gonna work on that for now (hope to get something decent)...
here's a creature study inspired by the prehistoric chick in some thread around here...too quick as usual (20 min)