View Poll Results: How much of my Sb have you seen?

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  • Just look at the first pics if they are worth seeing.

    1 8.33%
  • Just watching the first page if is worth looking through

    1 8.33%
  • I look every page to see the evolving progress. And if i something i make a comment.

    2 16.67%
  • I only look at the first page and then check the last page.

    1 8.33%
  • I Have Never watch through the whole SB

    0 0%
  • I have never seen through all... not worth it at all.

    1 8.33%
  • I have seen everything so far. Looking for updates

    6 50.00%
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    Trollfar: ''This is my Style''

    I deleted some pics just because they was to bad.
    Last edited by Trollfar; April 5th, 2009 at 06:50 AM. Reason: old thread


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    More of my style!

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    Welcome to CA! Cool stuff; I'd recommend trying some different angles with faces, I have the same problem as you - I get stuck on profiles and half-done frontals. I especially like the half-done bearded demon towards the top, reminds me of Diablo II a bit (the style, not Diablo himself )
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    Hey!
    Ser bra ut, kul att se en till svensk som börjar posta.
    Draw as much as possible from life.
    best of luck,
    tiger

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    Ok I will.
    Here are some heads from diffrent angles. I will train more of that, i know it´s a habit of mine doing only from the angles im best of doing. But from now on I will try to Advance my skills.
    Thank you!

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    ......
    Last edited by Trollfar; March 29th, 2009 at 07:25 AM.

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    Here is my last work, i did it yesterday. Took me some time though, im not that skilled so it took me 1-2 hours hope you can give me some advice and crits

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    Here are some more. Uhm the first is some plate armor (shoulder and arm). dont know how to make metalic look more realistic so need some advice for that.

    And the other is some expeirment with coloring, dont know about the clothing. how do i make i look like cloth?

    Help, help me pls...

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    here are the latest work. stil trying to do some plate-armor-thing.

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    you should push towards anatomy as well, posemaniacs is one of the answers: http://www.posemaniacs.com/blog/

    Do 30s sketches, try to draw whole fiqure and after you have completed few hundreds, study anatomy books. This will help you

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    Thank you so much for coment and help. Didnt know there was anything like that . Good training!

    Im doing som Anatomy studies. Got a book with that as well.

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    This picture have taking me some time to do and im stil working on it, but i felt to upload it meanwhile because it will take some time before i can post the finnished one.
    Feel free to comment and crit it.

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    Nejmen, inte visste jag att du var såhär duktig! Där ser man...

    sketchbook: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=119742

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    UHm dont feeling like do more on this painting. Maybe i finnish it later, but here are the steps when i did it. easy to see all the bad parts on a big one so i showing it bigger size. Just because i want to

    It will take me some more hours to finnish this, if I ever gonna do that...

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    I see some promise in your works. One thing I have to nag about is your painting, though. In the last pic, for example, you have good shape definition on the hand and the head, but the jumpsuit feels extremely flat. If you were to add some darker definition to help make it pop out more, it'd look a lot better. Your anatomy could use a little work, as well.

    Aside from that, your concepts are interesting. In the last pic, is that a helmet/mask? Pretty nice. The arm idea looks pretty good, too. The image of the girl (which is in your icon) is nice, too. I'm liking the contrast of the red to the blue. And the pointed helmet covering almost all of her face is interesting.

    Keep it up!

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