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Thread: Gear Adrift
March 21st, 2008 #79
MSilva- Thank you.
Saturns Gate- Thanks. Yeah, Bridgeman is great, and I still have much to learn from him.
Here's a figure from a photo in a book; the title escapes me atm.
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Really great, you have a great shading technique.
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March 25th, 2008 #81
I posted an earlier version of this in the wips section. I've worked on it a bit since then, but I'm sure it still has issues in the way it's constructed and in the way it interacts with its environment (mainly the ground). Feel free to point out my flaws.
It may be some time before I return to this piece- It seems I'm going to be busy with other things for awhile.
March 29th, 2008 #82
Drawing fish is relaxing.
March 31st, 2008 #83
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April 1st, 2008 #84Registered User
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Some really strong rendering and detailed characters here. Have you seen Shirow's stuff? It looks like it may be a strong influence for you.
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Hey man, some really good studies, the William Maughan study looks great. Your line is looking really nice but some of the line sketches look a little flat (the He/She image). Maybe try and use your lines to describe form a little more, even using a faint line or leaving the line out completely where the light is directly hitting the subject.
Thanks for dropping by my sb, Cheers man
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April 2nd, 2008 #86
softocean- I assume you're speaking of Masamune Shirow. Although I've seen some of the art from Ghost in the Shell, I'm not completely familiar with the artist; however, I am now curious enough to research him a bit. Thanks for coming by.
krossj- Thank you. Now that you mention it, the character in this post probably has the same issue. I'll keep your crit in mind- playing with lines has been fun for me lately.
April 9th, 2008 #87
April 9th, 2008 #88
I really love your characters! Great style.
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April 18th, 2008 #89
Thanks, Lair Radical.
Can't have a page 4 without artwork:
April 21st, 2008 #90
Fantastic SB! Your work has a greaty energy and life to it. Also, I wanted to say cheers for having a look at my SB, I appreciate it.
Will be back for more as you post it
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May 6th, 2008 #91
Asire- thank you for your kindness
Here are some scribbles&studies from life, books, and my mind. I've got to try to work some more life drawing in here.