You are cracking new ways of delivering the cold turkey at it’s strongest melted phase.
You’ve did it over and over again, saw the crystalized top of the highest mountain, I
think that you should keep at it, do push the dresser to the end of the other way of
the hallway. Textures can do miracle to a painting,
you just watch not to overdo things with them. Remember, ‘moderate’
is the true word. That fish in #847 is looking gorgeous, but you should not relay
on certain plate served effects like ‘plastic wrap’ and things that some software
provide you. Try to understand things and paint it on your own. In the end
you come a long way and you’ve got your evolution right at the correct moment.
I wish you plenty more nasty happy hours of joy and painting.
I really like your creatures, particulary the snail! (coz snails are fucking awesome) I'm pretty sure that your goal is to become a concept artist (hence the forum) but I think you should work a bit on your backgrounds aswell. in a more illustrative point of view.
It’s nearly a year you have been away. Unbelievable. That is a long lay off and I think it’s very good to see you again, welcome back my friend. Crisp and sharp you are going into victory now. Crisp and sharp.
This sketchbook is really interesting for you seem to have a really vivid imagination! One thing I noticed is that your forms are not always that well described with values (like a cube having three different values for the three visible planes). But then again, the rendering on the last post looks amazing and the values are much more defined. Keep it up, dude!
Thanks llari, Yeah I hear you on the forms. Up until recently, this sketchbook has only been my looser 'sketches' or ideas. I'm now beginning to focus more on my rendering and tightening things up a lot more. I think I like the more rendered designs, they certainly have more impact.