Hello Delicious, just cruisin thru sketchbbooks here. This last one has an interesting layout to it but could use a little more definition in the main figure. Also can't make out the swirling cloud thingy in the BG. Lot of work here...
Mitchell: I work at Eigen Works, we're a small developer at the moment... but we're doin a pretty sweet xbox game. thanks dude!
Camara: thanks man!
sabin boykinov: thanks!
undergroundsean: thank you!
crazy3dman: thanks a lot! glad some people appreciate em
Miles_: thanks man
cout<mecha: yea, I put in the description that it was a cropped WIP(work in progress). Still got a long way to go with it, just hard to fit in between regular work
Miles_: haha, thanks for the support miles
lilnebo: thanks, I feel kinda on fire
Hive_minD: whoa thanks
Still a wip... just playin with some new elements. Has a way to go though, gotta add more trees and make em less streamlined. I also dont like the sky color or somethin, I dont know, I'll figure it out.
hot damn that latest WIP is sweet! the treeline to the left confuses me what with the waterfall, are they in the middle of the river? great composition and your play on colour is good too. cant wait to see this bad boy finished
I think those red trees are kind of distracting, my eye immediately is led to them, and then right off the page because of all the upward slanting diagonals (instead of the other cool stuff you got going on in this image) If that red on the flag was the most saturated red in the image it would really make that guy pop out. Cool image so far, I hope my suggestions make sense?
what a day, what a WIP. Awesome shit man, See about moving those colours around more. You don't like the sky tones? bring somma' that shit down to earth. Spread those blues around more, maybe do the opposite? The hues from those trees might make a nice red sky?
That last WIP is looking incredible. To get to that point it would probably take me like 50 hours. My only critique is that the ox in the front is in a weird position. It looks like he's about to jump over that crevice yet he has his front foot on the ground. It would look much better if both front feet were off the ground.
I dont know, I find that those colors really keep me looking all around the piece, I like the gradual shift of, down in a river bed in a forest to, wide open space of the sky, but I hear ya on the sky tone.