you 3 current pieces are pretty good, i like the middle one most. I think you need to step out of the comfort zone sometimes with colour though, those last 3 are all pretty much monochrome, Also sometimes the focal points are getting lost with general vagueness, vagueness is good for the most part with suggestive detail and such. But i think your pictures need at least a couple of fleshed out points as to have a contrast of detail in them. This should create some nicer compositions as you can choose where to draw the eye round the page.
hey man, i see you're productive as usual.Thanks for the process ntut up there, loks interesting.
I think some of your digitals have the problem of beign a bit too blurry (saw that more in the other page, this one's ok)
Mal, I agree mate, the other two were really just pieces that i was working on to have a break from the middle image without stopping painting, sorta filler pieces ;-)
Ly, no probs mate, i hope it gives some one five mins of fun ;-)
Smart, good advice man, im still learning all this digital stuff, so i will bear the focal point in the next few images in mind ;-)
Smid, cheers mate, Textures can be done with a textured brush tip when using the dodge and burn tool. I dont use it much but its a good starting point ;-)
Gnoll, cheers dude, yeah blurry has been mentioned before i think, maybe just once tho, lol.. im gonna try tightening things up now, but i do get bored after too long on a single piece, hence the filler pieces...
This will have to do for now, im getting bored with it and i really need to be using bigger brushes to block everything in... ;-)
Some awesome work here, havent had a chance to have a proper look at all of them because my internet is so bad at the moment that its taking like 10 minutes to load.
The textures and colours are really good, but i see you seen to have a lot of headshots of your critters and not so many full body shots. I want to see what these creatures looks like so i know if i meet one in a dark ally :p