Jonny Dark: hey thanks dude
I appreciatte your time to write
I appreciate you guys comments
so I´m trying to be a little
more organic or curvy on my figures
really fast and loose, big sweeps
and no structure, paying close
attention to the line force and to
the asymetry of the figure
Got an Email from Mr. Yokoyama
so I got really excited and made this
sketch dedicated to him to reply back,
one of my fav designs of him
the good ol fireball model
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just dropped in to say that you're a constant source of inspiration
thx for posting so often
I'd also like to know if you could advice some books or tips for environnement
and colors/rendering since you seem to excel in both of the subjects.
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RAM!: thanks dude, I really don´t
see myself as a good colorist, you should
check posts by: Jason Manley, Ron Lemen,
Prom ANJ, Idiot Apathy and bumbskee for
color notes just to name a few, about landscape
you could try taking a look at carlson´s landscape book
wow totally missed
the usual size for this one
there goes the bandwidth ;__;
some nice updates, again!
thistime I like too see other paintings to mechas. The Demon and the other Characters are fantastic,
I think the blue one's balance is ok, she is rdy for fight and she will attack an enemy or so.
And the Gundam Song bounce, Gundam rockz!
The other stuff on site 20 are nice, specially the head studies, and
the last head studies on this site lookz very well, but the second head on the left top looks little strange, the perspective is to flat?!? (I dont no how I say this word, but I think you know what I mean).
And I very like the Yokoyama Mecha Sketches, hes Retro Bots are very cool.
I have a little suggestion, mosty in your mecha works is the weather sunny, I see a nice blue sky or a desert.
I would like to see more rainy, snowy weather, or bots in the night.
Ok, thats it.
Edit: Where's the Update? Are you right?^^
All the best, Diego
Last edited by zweiDee; August 29th, 2007 at 02:29 AM.
I don't see anything!! x_x
onoes, robogabo.com is down?
zweiDee: your suggestion is great
I gotta really plan on doing
some different weather images, how
light will bounce and how materials will
behave, about the head studies, i mostly
was looking for asimetry and curviness
not very good proportion :-(
thanks for writing your message
Justin Oaksford & Idiot Apathy: Hey guys
I see everything ok ??? is it really not displaying
the images . . BTW i made a backup
3 days ago just in case
Yup, all good now. Your sites hosting was probably just having a fit.
I want to see you produce some figurines
zweidee made a nice point, and you just took it and made a nice piece with it.
it really looks beautifull. the cast light on the mech's belly was a good catch.
I unpacked my dutch/english dictionary to describe the feeling I have when looking through your sketchbook every day.
I simply go into raptures! (probably the wrong use of the word ) meh...
as idiot said some figurines of your mechs would be cool to have, although i imagine they would be sharp. nice bounce light and reflection in the last one, and solid face and hand studies, although i would expect no less from you, keep on inspiring us.
Idiot Apathy: That's good, it is always
going down and up all time
0shade0: thanks for the nice words dude
when i get the chance to follow advice
I try to apply it :-)
bradley: thanks dude, I guess those figurines
would be hazardous
yeah nice stuff, great atmosphere. the first mecha in the rainy weather lookz fantastic, nice animal head. hmm, the snow lookz nice, but the mecha have a strange posture, or Im to dump to see it right. Maybe Im to be confused about the snowflakes in the black area, for me lookz like eyes.
Oh and im very happy, next week comes my new Zaku II Black Trinity. Are you also like Mecha Kit's?
zweiDee: I never found zaku
designs as attractive, I would say
maybe the advance of Z ones, maybe
the more stylized seed ones?, altough
the Black Trinity looks very nice, is it
I guess Zaku is an aquired taste and
also has a nostalgic value, TurnA is consider and ugly design
and when I first saw it, I didn´t liked it, but after
seeing the whole series, I love it !!!
thanks fro writing and have fun building the kit
practicing, layout, leg mass,
perspective and asymetry . . . curviness too
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