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post 28 is full of very nice work, man.Digging the illustration, very nice poses and colors.Figures look a bit cut out in no4, and you could experiment more texturing (check out m@ or Barontieri's brushes) but then again, nice stuff
very nıce job your shıp desıgn cool
Yet another Naruto piece.
This was done in Photoshop CS, I'm still not comfortable with using different brushes yet, but I getting there. I'm still amazed at how it only takes some people an hour to finish an entire painting when it takes me an hour just to fill in the line art Anyone have in helpful tips or links they can direct me to, I've been skimming through the Photoshop thread here on the forum but I haven't seen anything that I'm not already doing, beside making custom brushes.
On a side note, can anyone tell me how to get my thumbnail pic to show up on the front page of this forum, it was viewable before I updated the first entry(to change the date)?
Last edited by MikeHamlett; May 5th, 2007 at 12:57 PM.
wow, your stuff is sick. especially from a long time fan of comicbook art, this stuff is inspiring to me. i like your mix of manga/american style, many have tried, but few have found a happy medium.. great stuff!
Wow cool stuff! I like your style, keep more updates, ciao
I will look deeper in those headstudies of yours. They are very informative, thanks a bunch for posting!
Only 8 posts to go!
Faust - Don't look too closely, because I did all that from memory, no references, so I'm sure there are lots of mistakes. Ha.
Here's a random sketch collage, I patched a couple of sketches together because I didn't want to post them separately. These were done with a little more rendering than I usually use with pencils.
Some sketchy anatomy studies. I'm trying to work on familiarizing myself with the back muscles and how they react in different poses. First I selected the poses, did a rough outline of the structure and used my anatomy reference books to place the muscles groups accordingly.
nice! i'v enjoyed everything i'v seen so far, really good variation of techniques and execution with a consistent style throughout..