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Thread: An Angryswine Sketchbook
May 16th, 2007 #1
An Angryswine Sketchbook
Alright - here tis.. Ill be uploading pics and sketches when I finish peices I feel are worthy of being viewed Crits, advice, and reassurance are all praised as well as any good convo, random or not :>
Edit - oops.. Okay I think I have my signature working.. time to post some things
Last edited by angryswine; May 16th, 2007 at 09:39 PM.
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Some new and old images both.. building the library Feel free to tear them apart or praise them. Or ask me how I do things if your interested. Im somewhat new to concept art and art in general. I have been drawing for a little over a year but I may know some things you dont.
Edit - ill make sure to post smaller images next time. Sorry guys.
May 17th, 2007 #3
I think id call this a think peice At least I learned some awesome stuff about brushes in photoshop and how to make textures that seem more recongnizable.
May 17th, 2007 #4
Great start to your sketchbook! I like the rendering you did on the gas mask and boots and if you are taking suggestions I'll give the one you will hear a lot.....do a lot of life drawing! It helps so many things in so many ways. Keep up the good work!
May 17th, 2007 #5
Always open for suggestions, thank you silvestri99. Im realizing more and more how beneficial it is to do life drawings. The most recent images Ive done are from life drawing and reference and I cannot believe how much ive learned from them and how much better they look.
May 21st, 2007 #6
Some pig and bat studies.. and an idea (or rather two ideas) for a humanoid design. The ideas are rough and it will probably take me a day or two to decide which one I want to repose, redraw, and render enough to scan it into photoshop and paint over it. I found out how useful it is to study the skeletal structures and the skulls of animals. It almost seems like they have a human frame for the most part, with more evenly sized arms and legs, and on all fours. The skulls seem to be basically the most differenciated part of animal anatomy.. except for of course a bats winds or a giraffes neck.
Deciding between a more fleshy witchdoctor type of demon or a more robotic/cyborg like demon.. hard choice.
May 22nd, 2007 #7
May 23rd, 2007 #8
Thanks mate For some reason ive fallin into like a three week down in terms of drawing convincing images... I dont know how or why. Ill be posting tons of concepts ive been working on, Im trying to mass them out while I still have a creative streak (if I should even call it that). Once it ends ill post everything
Last edited by angryswine; May 23rd, 2007 at 09:47 PM.
May 23rd, 2007 #9
Thanks for checking out my sb. As for the question of fleshy demon or cyborg, I'd go fleshy. Looking forward to seeing more of your concepts.
I like the boot and gas mask sketch, rendering looks great, although in the future i'd push the values a little more (darker darks and lighter lights)
keep drawing and do some studies! I know they can be boring but when you can tell that you've learned something it's pretty fun.
May 24th, 2007 #10
Indeed, I think Ill vow to do a life drawing a night, once I figure out whats going on with school, or rather where I should be. thanks dose! Heres a medic chick, and some ninja looking tauren/demon thing. I was pretty depressed tonight (prolly the rain). So I just wanted to get scribble some silhouettes down for a bit... but then I liked them too much.
PS - the fleshy demon is back under developement lol.
May 25th, 2007 #11
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