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March 21st, 2006 #105
that last one Is very well done - especially compositionally. if you have a site or are thinking about making one, it would do well as a left side banner.
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nice painting hp, looks great; I'm always a fan of monotone so I love the greyscale, plus the thinness works really well with the composition. I agree with panda, would be a great banner for a site. good stuff!
March 22nd, 2006 #107
thanks! the thin size is actually me cropping it just so i don't have to think about the rest...i am on crunch time >.<
i found out that not only are all these sketches/art due this friday, but i have to present it at a game conference....*cries* well, technically my group already has the siren art done, but i want to be able to show something on my part.... as a side note, this is for a videogame project geared towards women.
so....some hopefully less gay looking chars. two guys and two sirens in human form (both sirens look alike) - ignore all the wrinkle/clothes lines, i drew from some refs i shot and then drew over the original clothes (the sirens are naked sort of).
two ideas for posters??? which one do you like better?
update on my machine thingy!
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March 22nd, 2006 #108
wow... the newer stuff is totally kick-ass....
I like the first pose... but it would depend on what else there is in the poster....
March 23rd, 2006 #109
the first one's looking really good - I suggest adding in harsh warm lighting.
March 23rd, 2006 #110
Howdy. I like the halfpainted version of your (jack of diamonds?) bleach card project thing. You seem to have a great sense of light, and your faces are very expressive. But something about the way you painted his skin makes it look unrealistic, not very skin-like. I also really like the picture you painted up showing the guy erasing the girls memory. you said that you felt like you needed to tone down the glow coming from behind them, but I think it looks pretty cool like that, just clean up those shadows under the characters maybe (i'm sure you already knew that one though). Anyway, cool stuff, keep it comin', eh?
March 23rd, 2006 #111
@glikster: not much, just a title prolly will be added. i'm going to try to put a lot of mood into the lighting though....unfortunately these will prolly be b/w cuz my monitor still sucks at color.
@panda: i might add a little sepia/yellowy cast on the pic but that'll be it, it's gonna be monotone.
@Sepulverture: yeah, the face is also too broad and pouty, i gotta rework that. i will try to finish that FB painting sometime later this month...*sigh*
here isn't much of an update, just more piratey looking costumes.
and some charcoal sketches i made a while ago for the machine girl thingy. also when i decided to draw in the chair, cuz i can't visualize the shirt underneath lmao.
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was playing with your sketches in photoshop, just some copy paste, and some mirroring. Picked the most dynamic poses from your sketches, and balanced them out. I think the same character appears twice, but was just using the pose.
oh yeah, that solitary eye on your charcoal sketch stands out to me! heh
March 23rd, 2006 #113
nice updates hp, hope that game conference thing goes well; sounds like a cool idea. very nice stuff as well; the digital paintings look great, the shading is really good.. the poster is looking good as well, will be cool to see how you render out the costumes and such. I say that just because the way you tightened up your machine sketch thing is really impressive to me, some really clean lines.
those charcoal sketches stood out ALOT to me as well; amazing to me that you can call them sketches as well, the way you shaded seems like they would take a nice amount of time. I'm with machzero as well, that eye is beautiful.
keep it up!
March 24th, 2006 #114
thanks for the paintover and everything, i definitely used it.
still really crappy, but i lost my file and it's due now. so...
and ignore the font. it's just there to show there will be a title.
March 24th, 2006 #115
like in said in your other thread... great job on it!
March 24th, 2006 #116
woahhh - cool! great rendering on this one! - a little more background could make this pic really stand out. I don't mean changing the background at all - I just mean you could sepiatone the edges or toss in some shadows of other people or something - making it look a little more crowded would help a lot.
March 24th, 2006 #117
Sorry for not leaving any comment for a long time.
Let me start from the beggining.
March 16 - What a coincidence. I recently rediscovered pen tool in Painter too. It's twice better than any PS brush simulating ink. I dig the self portrait with angel and devil giving suggestions .
March 18th - I think the poses have some balace problems. The hands with simplified contours caught my eye. Something I should practice too.
March 22th - Fantastic control over tones. I think you're quicky improving in this. As for the posters. I like first one. Nice composition.
Design of machine thingy looks great.
March 23 and 24 - I'm especially impressed by those last updates. I mean charcoal sketches and the poster. Good job.