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May 20th, 2011 #144Registered User
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Wow, that's some cool Pro stuff!
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May 20th, 2011 #145
Nice work, man! Pretty solid style, especially in the last lot of images. Keep posting, I'd like to see where this goes.
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June 7th, 2011 #146
Thanks everyone for Stopping by and offering your comments. I'll try to post up some more work soon.
alexrockclimber: Hey man, I've tried contacting them but I haven't met with much success. I think that they are only now publishing anthologies of previous stories. I don't think that they are creating new ones but I could be wrong. With all this conflict going on in the world, they must have a bunch of material that they can work with.
July 21st, 2011 #147
I want a 5 star rating!
So I finally got off my duff and into the digital painting game. The following posts are my first serious attempts at digital painting etc. Mostly what we have are studies as I try to figure out my process. Please feel free to crit me and fire off some pointers on how I can improve. Right now I'm struggling with getting he right feel for drawing and blending tone. So far i've stuck to the charcoal Brush in Painter and seem to have the most success there.
so without further adieu.
July 22nd, 2011 #148
Still going strong.
Today we have some more studies and Even some color! Yes I delved into painting today and WOW, digital is so much different than traditional, I have a long way to go.
Pushing myself out of my comfort zone is a good thing right?
July 26th, 2011 #149
July 29th, 2011 #150
Not too much for today.
I decided to tackle an exercise in " Practical Guide to Painting" that I had laying around for a gouache study of a Bird. I made it to Step 3 and then went off on my own tangent but I did bring it back to the look in the book at the end by adjusting the levels for that very saturated graphic look.
Additionally, I made up an animated Gif to demonstrate my process.
July 31st, 2011 #151
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August 31st, 2011 #152
More Sketchbook Pages..
Here are some more Cintiq Sketchbook pages for August. Not much but Ihave been very busy with other projects so who can complain?
Anyways, just a couple of studies and a color study of a chick. Not the best likness but for a quick 1 hour jobbie, I can live with it.
Also, I'm posting up some final images which are in athread I started over in the C&C section HERE. I have two versions of the the Final consisting of different treatments for the face. Any opinions?
Thanks for stopping in.
BoizenB: Thanks for taking the time to look at my work! It's always appreciated.
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October 4th, 2011 #153
A Couple more pages
It seems that this Riley Method of drawing has really Struck a cord with me. I just can't start my day with out banging off 1 or two quick portraits to warm up. I've got a whole page of RM scans in this upload as well as a fair amount of other images and studies. I may not post often but when I do, i post up a ton!
What do you think? Any comments??
October 5th, 2011 #154
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October 5th, 2011 #155
Those portrait studies look fantastic. Great line quality. I remember trying the Really method myself some time ago with not that great results. These studies really make me want to try again.
Inspiring stuff, keep posting.
"You might be disappointed if you fail, but you will be doomed if you don't try"
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October 7th, 2011 #156
Thanks for stopping in guys. No animations to speak of but I have been working on some storyboard gigs. Here are a few quickies to share.
I have a character lineup below for the Robert E Howard Short Story " Rattle of Bones". Here are the pencil drawings and then a grey scale version of the characters. C+C appreciated.