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I love my body.
Last edited by Mr.Delicious; June 23rd, 2010 at 10:58 PM. Reason: danger
wooo, you got a few really nice pieces in here. Looking forward to seeing more of your work!
(a crit or 2 for the last digi paint. Try working some more blue into the shadows instead of the red. Try using red more in the lighter spots as well.
I see what youre saying about adding blue to the shadow(and red to highlight), thanks for the crits, I should have an update ready later tonight thanks!
Last edited by Mr.Delicious; May 17th, 2007 at 10:34 PM.
So this is the best ever first post here in the sketchbook forums.Ok..maybe second to mine .I cant see a reason why you havent posted here.Start posting man.
Your digis looka bit lazy .But the pencils have so much strength but As smitherines said watch the proportions and anatomy.
BTw i am subscribing to this thread.
wow... your art is very beautiful... im very fascinated by the amount of detail you put in it...
Smitherines: I always mess up my anatomy because I have a hard time realizing that refernces aren't cheating... once I get my head out of my ass maybe I can get down to business.
bhanu: thanks, I was trying to emulate my pencils wiht color in the sketch sorta way, get what I mean? basically remaking the sketch with colors, new styles and whatnot. It would probly look much better with more time tho
White Rose: why thank you.
just finished this up
Last edited by Mr.Delicious; April 30th, 2007 at 05:49 PM.
quality, will you add color ?
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yes, but as of now... sleepy
oh god... its 4 am...
Last edited by Mr.Delicious; April 30th, 2007 at 05:52 PM.
yes, I'm impressed! nice linework with the pencils... someday i'll achieve your style lol... well congrats & keep those digitals coming in... as you know, just practice!
Darktwin: I'm actually doing anatomy studies all day today, especially after what everyon has said so far about my anatomy! I must press on!
GriNGoLoCo: thanks man, I appreciate it!
a fan work of marko!
now time to do some real anatomy work!
Last edited by Mr.Delicious; April 30th, 2007 at 05:56 PM.
Yeah! Nice stuff doode I Love warriors, and u draw kewl warriors... i love u!
New update, life stuff and eyes/lips:
form studies and whatnot:
sketch from the finished lines near top, and that dude from advent children!
Hey nice update again, I have on crit though and about the skeleton concept you did.
Your bone anatomy seems to be off, unless you intentionally did it this way, just pointing it out either way. The femur bone is the bone that connects to the pelvis and knee. To me it looks like you have two bones that would connect to the pelvis region. I also think you should have added a little thickness to the bones, they look rather twiggy in relation to the armor they're holding up. But really bad ass concept other than me being picky, it looks like something from a warcraft concept.
Your concepts are strong, and its really nice to see you doing some anatomy studies, looking really good. Keep up the good work.
very nice. I love your style! You still gotta work on your ears tho.
Darktwin: yea, I really didn't reference that at all, I was just kinda screwing around trying to make some warcraft style stuff(they were looking for concept artists). I agree about the twiggy bones, I need to think more when I draw haha.
Orozc0: Yea, most definetly, ears are a major weakness for me. I suppose I'll just draw tons of ears til I can actually make them look like ears. thanks!
just finished this one up... steven segal.
holy shit you have great work really liked the drawing of the warrior character at the start plus your anatomy work looks great.
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more concept stuff, boriing tho, I need to spice up my concepts, any ideas? even an idea for inspiration. I need help.
one more before work