Totally diggin' these critters!
I want moar.
Really nice stuff. Unusual and original looking. Do you ever put them onto canvas?
Great set of characters and speedpaints. Im impressed about how fast you can pull these out. Love to see more process stuff and where you start your designs from. Keep post'in.
ur stuff is mind blowing.
im in love with that [page uno] beaver.
AWESOME work mate.
what art program do u use??
Please comment my sketchbook. I need your help
Haha awesome cartoony style. I want to see that clown finished! Keep posting!
I'm only 15 and would like some comments/critiques/tips so CHECK OUT MY SKETCHBOOK! Please =] http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=117399
keep it up
Hey, nice job on those clowns so far, I am really feeling the depth.
Keep it up!
hehe...gotta love creepy clowns...*ekk...looks like that clown on the right has one nasty looking injection needle in his hand.
Good sketches and those digital drawings are coming along pretty well. Just think about refining some of them more and keep pushing the values.
Thanks for the comments! I guess it's time to put some life into this thread...
I'm working on some pose studies recently - refs taken from characterdesigns www and "anatomy for artists" (by Sarah S.), but I have Bridgman's book on my desk as well - I guess I should give it a try as well.
Nice to see you back on the boards mate V.nice pic, I'd love to see more of your recent stuff
Whoa, over a year without a single post!
So... no clowns this time (sorry Lakeland), but two quickies. The "batman" piece was made in painter 12, which seems to be really good. Performance is nice and new UI is no longer buggy.
I want to put some more effort in this batman sketch, but I'm not sure yet where do I want to go with it. I'll probably change the composition, add some fancy background... we'll see So far the anatomy is... very improvised, but I had a lot of fun anyway.