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Hey guys, I graduated University about a year ago, and now I am on my journey to make a portfolio worthy of submission for a job. Watch the drama unfold live!
Last edited by Sublimus; August 14th, 2013 at 12:08 PM.
cool man, colors look pretty awesome.
http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1159286414 this one is great - now lets see like a finity of those more.
keep it up!
good start here. to crit working on your anatomy and proportions is always a good idea...I would say that your lighting seems to be inconsistant... The shadows sometime appear on different sides of the same figure.
keep em coming
nice start to your sketchbook post more.
rmore: thanks! I'll try and post often.
SantaClaus: Yeah, my values and anatomy are pretty much all over the place. More ref work is definately in order.
Aaaaaand, speaking of bad values and anotomy; an update!!
(the last one is something I have working in crit forum (still pretty early, I guess)
-Thanks a million for stopping my sketchbook. I'm so glad you like my sketches..... You've starting nice studies & interesting sketches are here. Humans drawing & pencils are really nice..... keep em up........ GOOD LUCK!.....
Here is my: S-K-E-T-C-H-B-O-O-K
/.....if there is someone from AUSTRALIA especially from SYDNEY on this site, then leave a msg for me, and I really want to meet with you & to making a friends-of course if you'd agree it...............please
Hi there. Looking good, long time since I saw a ninja turtle
Keep it basic and focus at one thing at the time. My suggestion to help you with figure drawing is to check out loomis and learn the proportions and then the skeleton and where the landmarks on the human body is. These two will go hand in hand when you draw and try to get the proportions right.
Good start, I like the designs on some of your characters, what Pencilator suggested is something I need to do too so I can't pick too much on little stuff like "proportions"... wtf cares about that anyways
Seriously, you got a good book going here. I especially like the Akuma-like guy with the guy and the skull on his armor in your first post, consider fleshing that one out a bit more and coloring it. Is the very first vehicle a take on the batman-mobile from the last movie? It reminds me of it for some reason. Cool colors and textures in #12.
Keep them coming, I enjoyed watching.
Nice start for a sketchbook.No need to worry about replies, they will come...meanwhile, make sure you keep the thread up, update often, and you'll get what you want.Anyway, not much to say at this point, nice ideas, check out anatomy books, loomis, hogart or bridgeman and STUDY, cause thats what is needed to improve.Keep up the good work
ohhh hey! There's a drawing of me in here! lol, I'm in Foster's class too.
Nice color pictures. Keep on sketching and posting and the crits will come. I had a sketch thread too, for a while, but I got discouraged when the comments weren't coming fast enough. :p Just continue posting and I'm sure people will start to notice. I like the last sketch with the grim reaper-ish guy.
nice! improvement for sure. your figure drawing are good. and your didi stuff is getting there too. to crit... I think your best color pieces are the ones that are darker. but with them so dark you have the room to put in some great highlights to push the demensionality of them. I reall like that most recent robot. love that iron giant 1950s look to robots as you can probably see by the christmas Illustration in my SB. It also has like a japanese toy robot look to it which I also have come to like! i'll keep stoppin by if you keep a postin!
hey man, i can really see the improvement in your figurative works. dont forget to study heads though. a daily sp helps a lot! at least thats what helps me cheers.