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some sketches i did for the weekly cohesion activity, if you dont know you should check it out...mounted rider:
Last edited by kyi_72; July 10th, 2006 at 06:02 PM.
couple more for some conceptart activities that i never posted...
these are wips for a current assignment, plan to fully color them.
and some other projects completed last semester...
hope you enjoyed, i plan to post often, crits are more than welcome, especially on the environment paintings, they are giving me a headache, but are alot of fun.
a dog machine thing...
I really love the motion of the bug creature and pokemon looking creature second to the top of the page.
Nifty creature studies. Love that first zombie chick. The wips of your assignment look really impressive. I take it those are traditional? What size are you working at for those?
updates to the environment paintings, not entirely happy with them but learned a bit. crits and suggestions appreciated. ps7
Blown away completely.I am in love with bug characters ,and also the architechtural stuff.Amazing.Are you in anyway inspired by tsutome nihei.His books blame and noise have somewhat the same style to the buildings and structures.
POST MORE.POST MORE.
some really interesting and nice drawings. I especially like the the second spider/bug drawing, and the last page.. the gilrs head on the bottom left.
Some good creative stuff man, the sword gestures are really ace, i love em. Perspective stuff seems good but your colouring seems to lack quality, seems really very rough and edgy, try using more strong sharp highlights and dark areas, contrast. Glowing overcolours, not seperate colours for like everyshape.
Good stuff though keep it up.
https://tiger.towson.edu/~kichik1/images/3-17-06.jpg is rather awesome. It might look a bit better onscreen if you did some contrast adjustments to make the darks darker, but that's not a knock on the drawing.
The cityscapes and other environment stuff show cool ideas, great composition, and just lots of architectural skill in general. They do look very rough around the edges though...Like if I look at them from far away they're fine, but when I get closer I'm seeing a lot of ugly noise around the linework. I think some of this is due to jpeg compression, but maybe those areas could use some refinement.
Anyway, good stuff Thanks for stopping by me book.
On some of your pictures the anatomy is funky, and some it is good. Keep up the good anatomy. I also like your asian inspired theme and gesture drawings.
Something you can work on is your face lines.
Remember that facial features, especially eyes, have sobe horizontal to eachother. On a few of your heads one of them is a bit higher than the other.
Keep on Drawing.
thanks for visiting folks. digital painting is a challenge, extreemely difficult for me since i have never been a particularly strong traditional painter.
practice, practice, practice.
here are some value studies. the two female figures are from some contour drawings from a year ago that i scanned today and then painted. the gesture page is from this afternoon, waiting for class to start.
as always comments and crits are more than welcome.
shit? mad nice stuff in here man.
love the scapes you did -
and the updates for those. really nice, would love to see where you gonna take those things man.
check the Tensai Tokyo Sketch Thread (Sketchbook)
check the Tensai Cityscapes Thread (Finally Finished)
Originally Posted by strych9ine
Man, I'm really diggin those model drawing a lot. Top notch. I like those enviros a lot too, I think I actually prefer the B/W to the color. If you work that way again (starting with a B/W study, then going to color) I'd say try and stay closer to the values you lay out in the B/W piece because they obviously already work. Nice stuff!
some more stuff from the past week...
thumbnails for an illustrator assignment. my take on a candy ad/billboard/projected image of the future.
and the resulting illustrator ad.
this is a wip that i am struggling with, painting digitally should not be this hard, but it is. still struggling with a process that works for me.
thanks for looking, crits always appreciated.