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Angel of death
Aysel was cornered and near on exhausted, the chase and then the fight had taken a huge toll on her. The Major had been defeated and there was nothing left to do but wait and see what the vengeful angel had in store for the demon child. Betraying him and stealing something that was so precious to him was necessary to cause the Majors death, but still she wondered whether he would kill her for it. Kill them both for it. Demon and child both looked up at the angel waiting for his reaction.
Hey, thanks for checking out my sketchbook.
You have a vivid imagination. The Light in the Darkness piece is an idea that I would love to see pushed further. Cartoon cats are also neat. Keep posting.
hey thanks for stoppin' by dude,i'm working on the anatomy stuff! i never received classes before.By the way,looks great your sb.
'I do not feel punished; rather purified'
'To restrict the artist is a crime. It is to murder germinating life.'Egon.Schiele'
Thanks for dropping by my sketchbook, I really appreciate it. Great sketches and those animal drawings are very strong. Just keep plugging at it and you'll progress in time.
On the critique side think about maybe pushing your values more in light and shadows.
Amazing pencil/pen works. Other are amazing too but not so much . I think u should learn anatomy (human ) and perspective. Specially perspective. Hope i helpd u
Nice colors I really like the firmness in your line very unique! I would like to see some more detail and also some shading with other tones than black, like blue or something!
Very good though I would appreciate it if you could tell me what you think of my sketchbook, I look forward to hearing from you! (link in my sig)
You're quite prolific. At this point, though, I'd recommend you cut back a bit on the coloring, and the complete scenes and whatnot, and just concentrate on fundamentals. Study anatomy, go to a cafe and do gesture drawings, etc. You'll improve much faster by attacking your weaknesses directly.
Hey Kovah, thought I'd stop by said sketchbook after posting in the rant thread. Good work so far; I think it's cool that you're really testing the waters and always doing different stuff. Your porportions/anatomy are okay, they're just a little generalized at the moment. But your practice is already showing.
And, hope you won't get frustrated by this, but I also think some life studies will help. But what I would like to see is, every now and then when you have 20-30 minutes to spare, just sit down and paint an object that has some good volume and a lot of interesting values from observation. For instance, a banana. I would really like to see you paint something from life (not too quickly, you want to take enough time to see the tone and color), and then paint something from imagination and try to use some of the stuff you saw in your study. I know it sounds boring but it will be worth it when you work improves.
You understand the basics of value and color and you're exibiting them in your painted work, but your forms are going to get much richer and obtain a lot of volume from some more detailed shadows. Also, remember that shadows have color in them. If you have an orange sphere that is partly shadowed, the shadows should have some blue and a little purple in there, and that really makes all the difference.
But most importantly, keep up the good work! Don't get bogged down and demotivated. If you want to paint dragons, absolutely do it. The fact that you're drawing and practicing is more important than what you happen to be practicing atm. You're only going to get better from practice. ;D
thanks for stopping by, am going to give the 30 minute studies a go - but with pencil. last time i tried to paint stuff i dropped a large red blob of red gloss paint in the center of the living room carpet, so i will stick with pencils and coloured pencils for now i think.
Uhh Waiter...Yes, more dragons and half-naked women please?
"Every portrait that is painted with feeling is a portrait of the artist, not of the sitter." -Oscar Wilde
Heya Kovah. I love your creature design to say the least.
I would definitely recommend some studies for human anatomy and keep studying pictures for poses and things!
I hope to see more and also think you are progressively getting better
Waiting patiently for next update.
nice work, I love the dragon
your sketchbook is ace, the dragons remind me of the book "eragon" keep up the good work
goddamn you prestige you got here before me....
i am LOVING the dragon work..
personaly, my favourite is Lucifer and Dragarta...the wings on him loook sooo SWEET..aswel as the fire/mane...and his scales...and..well just EVERYTHING
cant really crit atm apart from maybe some more detail on some of the faces or something
Keep the amazing work coming, i shall be back to gaze in awe