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this is my first sketchbook here. really hoping to learn something from all of you awesome ca's.
i work as 3d artist at a danish vfx house called ghost, but would really like to learn some more 2d concept stuff.
-well, better get to it... all these sketches here in the first post are done within the last month. i plan on doing the deer-creature-thingie in 3d.
tear it apart guys
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Last edited by abyss103; June 18th, 2007 at 07:56 AM.
Just thought I'd wish you good luck on your new SB - looking good!
I really like the moose kinda creature.
Keep it up!
-thanks alot for the welcoming. hope to have some more soon.
Hey you! You're good! You make me want to pick up the pencil too.
Good luck with the deer-creature-thingie in 3d and see you att the next friday bar
No updates since September? Naughty naughty. Your technique is pretty good, but I think you need to bump up the energy level in your compositions, things are a little to static.
sketchbook...a kitten dies every time you don't comment
“When forced to work within a strict framework,
the imagination is taxed to its utmost – and will
produce its richest ideas. Given total freedom,
the work is likely to sprawl.”
- TS Eliot
yeah! i know, it's bad, but i've been really busy at work and doing 3d stuff in my sparetime.
but i soon start drawing again. i actually did a few on paper, but i haven't got a scanner... doh
but thanks for for the crits. better start doing some action poses.
i finally got a scanner. had birthday last friday -so, now i can finally scan in some of my "render-doodles" (stuff i do when waiting for renders at work) and some of the stuff i do at home.
so these first three pages here are all "render-doodles". some new and some are not.
more will come soon...
hope you like em. c&c is very welcome.
nice stuff in here, if i may, i think you should concentrate on forms and lighting, other than that nice concepts and keep truckin ur definetly on the right path... keep on keepin on! cheers
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The black and white has a real nice graphic style to it. Keep it up.