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Thread: Chris Noeth's SKETCHBOOK - Update: APR 23/2015

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    hey man the wallpaper looks nice, im not sure about her shadow though...it seems to lack depth (dunno how else to describe it) she looks like she's hovering above the ground sorta at the minute...just my 2 cents, keep it up man
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    I do enjoy this update. I'd say the same about the shadow, but that would be it. Stellar linework, quite excellent.
    oh, here's my sketchbook.

    Also, my website. It would get beat up in a fight.
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    I think you need more life drawing, I still see alot of preconceptions in your work that would prevent you from being as versatile as you could be =)
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    Woooohooo... what fun this is!

    paperX: Hey thx for checking by again. Regarding the shadow you are right... I was a little lazy with this one because I did not plan to do a wallpaper, just the figure in the first place. So the shadow was done very quick, same by the tracks and the light on the ground.

    Discoskull: Thank you man! Regarding the shadow read my answer to paperX please.

    Justin Oaksford: Hi Justin. Thank you for your comment. I concentrate on comic art this days without making this stuff too realistic looking. I prefer the 'unrealistic' stuff where you can see it is not a photograph. But you are right... I need more practice with life drawings to get more dynamic poses in the future. ... never stop learning

    So first a little self promotion for today...
    My illustrated 'Tales from the Crypt' comicstory "Extra Life" (written by Neil Kleid) can be preordered at Amazon.com. Here is the link to the book:

    Amazon.com Link "Tales from the Crypt #2 - Can You Fear Me Now?"

    And this is not the only Horror I've got for you today...
    Here are the first two covers for the German novel series "Das Volk der Tiefe", a spinoff series to 'MADDRAX'...

    Cover 1:

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    Cover 2:

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    Cu around!

    Best,

    Chris
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    It's like zombie apocalypse, Pacific Island style!

    That second one is nice and dynamic. Maybe that burning red glow could be pushed even more, so the main character really pops into the foreground.
    oh, here's my sketchbook.

    Also, my website. It would get beat up in a fight.
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    Tutorial Piece WIP

    Discoskull: Thank you for your comments!

    Here is a WIP image from my next GameStar/dev (German game developer magazine) tutorial:

    Attachment 164629

    CU all soon. Have a nice weekend

    Best,

    Chris
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    Very very good! This wip is a promise, did you also draw the background?
    Keep it up, ciao
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    nice one!
    i'd add more skan variations though!

    cheers

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    He Chris congrats to your Tales from the Crypt illustration!!!! And you make a tutorial for gamestar dev, ha great magazine they did a 3pages interview of us last year looking forward to see the tut finished. Looks cool so far.
    when you get to hell, tell them I sent you - you`ll get a group discount

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    Wip 2

    Dreamworker: Thanks! Maybe I will do a fast background later... but it depends on how much time I have left because the deadline is coming very fast

    hurricane: Thank you! I changed the skin in this one (see image in this post) on the background character. It is very dark right now but I will work over the two figures at the end and will add some more details later.

    kischi: Thank you very much! I know the article you mentioned. It was very interesting! GameStar/dev is a great mag... so do not forget to buy my new tutorial when it comes out... hehehe

    Here is another WIP image with a bigger view of the girls head:

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    Attachment 165051

    CU soon!

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    Lollipop Pet

    And after a nights work... here it is...

    the final image called "Lollipop Pet"

    Attachment 165936

    If you are from Germany and want to see the steps how I created this characters please watch out for the next issue of the gamedeveloper magazine 'GameStar/dev' where you can read a detailed tutorial.

    THX again for all your comments and support!

    Best,

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    I just found this last image in the finally finished forum... and I love it. It is totally what I like.

    Good to see some steps to final painting.

    Your last entries are also good.

    Flesh
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    NICE!

    I hate the police tape... you should put it away!

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