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October 10th, 2008 #235
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October 11th, 2008 #237
awesome sketches, mate. It's good to see you going for more than one topic. the bot turned out really cool so far. I like the colors a lot.
and your progress with environments is great to see. all the green forresty looking ones are really good.
and I love this one. it's still rough but composition ond the colors work very well.
keep sharing, it's inspiring to see!
October 11th, 2008 #238
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October 11th, 2008 #240
hi whitec! I think you should pay more attention to your drawings, the ones on page 8 don't quite look as good as your paintings. be careful what you want to tell with your lines, solid lines are a must when describing the human figure since the human figure is..solid get interesting shapes to your silhouettes when you sketch and think of an emotion you want to convey through a sketch. these are the things that I think of when I draw, anyway...well, not the emotion part just yet perhaps because the technical side is still blocking it from emerging...but you get what I'm saying update more, more!
October 12th, 2008 #241
Hi there, I browsed through all your 9 pages and here's my thoughts:
- Your works seem to look best when they're involved in environmental drawings... although from what I see your main interest seems to be character and monsters. I think your art can make a great boost if you manage to put your characters fit into your environment.
- The best character/monster I see in here is that fish monster in page 5. Personally I think your char/mon looks overall rough and sketchy and can use some detail or texture in some part so the whole thing looks more...full and interesting. Your environment actually has much deeper detail and better texture, why not apply the same quality to here too?
- I can see your development and improvment on both quality and design of our char/mon throughout time, and the rock is beginning to show some of its diamond edges. My thought is that you can just try "let it go and be completely crazy" when you design - see what interesting stuff you can come up with that.
Anyhow, environment is my major weakness, I wish I can learn how to do better from looking at your work. [I need more practice.]
October 19th, 2008 #242
Some really nice color work going on here. You environments are lovely, and I see you're fond of robots because every time you paint one it comes out awesome. It also seems you've improved a lot on linework, especially in #221 with the sharpie. Really nice look.
November 22nd, 2008 #243
December 9th, 2008 #244
Wow, man I'm glad you commented on my journal because you have some amazing works.... most def a watch man, I know there's a lot I can observe here and learn.
December 9th, 2008 #245
hey guys, thanks for the commebnts.. i will probably start reposting soon.. i needed to take my distance from some stuff for while , i was getting to stressed with drawing and i wanted to get the passion back by getting my head out of my butt for a while lol... anyway hope you will still come visit my dusty SB.
January 13th, 2009 #246
Been doing al ot of pencil lately, still not worth showing so until im done with my moleskin and suck less.. here is a color doodle i did this afternoon, been a while since i painted in PS but i feel that the pencil are helping with the structure a lot... Still the same freaking pose for that robot lol.
Ill try to keep this place updated again
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January 13th, 2009 #247