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Thread: Cerbercus's Sketchbook
September 22nd, 2006 #1
Inspired by my mate Jase aka 'aph', I've decided to become an active member!
I'm an illustrator, here's some of my previous work to give you an idea of me and my style, while I work on new stuff to upload!
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September 23rd, 2006 #3
Purty! Post more! :-)
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September 23rd, 2006 #4
September 24th, 2006 #5
Very nice. I love the cloth wrinkles in the first image and the eyes in the last one. The splatter around the eye was a nice touch. I agree that they guy's left foot does seem a little too small and oddly shaped, though.
Nice start to your sketchbook. Welcome to CA!
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September 25th, 2006 #7
Saving the best for last? ;)
Impressive works, I am especially charmed by your last submission. It's texture I find captivating. I am anxious to see (read: admire) more work(s).
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September 28th, 2006 #8
Great work so far, i really like the one with the eye splatter.
September 28th, 2006 #9
What's bothering me about samurai guy is that tendons and veins are getting more prominence than the main forms of his hands and feet, it looks weird, like dried chili peppers. Splatter eye is the strongest of the three. Modeling of form needs work, need to give the forms some hardness, as of now it's all rubbery.
Last edited by armando; September 28th, 2006 at 03:16 PM.Sketchbook
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September 28th, 2006 #10
Welcome to CA, Cerbercus!
Some good illustrating going on here- I ditto armando though. We're all here to improve.
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September 28th, 2006 #11
October 1st, 2006 #12Originally Posted by Rhineville
October 1st, 2006 #13