Thanks a lot! And Kate, how did you learn that? I never told anyone , thanks for passing by!!
I made this quick study of an ant (just the head), wicked creatures! Their biomass equals that of humans, so, it you put all the ants in a pool and all humans in another one, you´ll use two pools of the same size. Now, since SEM images don´t have colour I end up adding lots of invented lights and such, that´s why it looks more like an illustration than a picture, the eyes look weird since they were a lot of work, so I changed them a little
Last edited by lennon; February 14th, 2012 at 04:34 PM.
lennon: you are really good. Both your polished stuff and your speed paintings are candy for the eyes.
My path of learning (sb)
Thanks a lot!!
Dear Marian, SEM stands for Scanning Electron Microscope; these are the best microscopes avaiable, and the pictures are so amazingly detailed and beautiful that one can look at them for ages. Be sure to take a look at them, you'll be surprised.
Lander, my friend Ricardo and GEB Thanks a lot to all of you!! Means a lot, since I know that the 3 of you are such great artists.
I think this year I've done a lot of paintovers, it let's
you avoid most of the process and just focus in the
last details -something that usually the artist is to tired
to do-. Most of the original drawings were WIPS or old
things. If any of the "overpainted people" want me to
remove his piece, please tell me; but they should be proud
since they got to interest me enough to make a variation.
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some really nice paintovers you have there - I particularly like the addition of a bit of texture in the bottom central one.
One criticism however would be that you can go a little overboard with some of the highlights. Adding so many can add a smooth surface effect but too many removes the power of the main highlights. Im not referring to all the pieces, but perhaps the bottom right paintover is an example of this.
Dat Sketchbook! Love your work
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Excelente amigo, vi las últimas 3 páginas y la verdad que cada estudio e ilustración que hacés está muy bien, a seguir así !
Thanks sony (thanks a lot), ThomasM (good advice, you're absolutley right), Quikalain(hahah), Egg0 (gracias capo!)
I haven't posted (or drawn) in a while, that's probably the reason why my skills ar going backwards in the evolution line. Now I continue wtih the usual crap. Well, at least I'm getting faster. I been doing also a few comic tests, I'll see if I get to do something decent enough to show.
Oh, man you fuckig pro) your landscapes and studies seems like a photos. and your designs are really conceptual.
Well, thanks a lot all of you!
This is a quick sudy on color skin. I didn't get too well the expression or features, but did learn a few things about skin tones.
A test for a job. It had to had ratotuille on the lid but I erased it before uploading here.
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Thanks Marian you're the best!
Color test for a comic book job. Lines by Louis Stephane de Caneva.
God damn crazy progress! swiss army knifelike versatility too.
5stars from me
sb most art copied to page 1
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Thanks a lot Velocity!! Y really appreciate your opinion (I've been following your SB for quite a while).
Thanks about the stars! But I think I'm still more of a 4 star artist, I'll keep pushing it to get there though
Here's a night variation with different moods and styles
Again, lines by Louis Stephane de Caneva.
This should be watched small.
Thanks a lot!!
A few more animations.
Last edited by lennon; October 31st, 2012 at 04:38 PM.