wassup dood! killa work here.. you crazy. I don't think you work hard enuf
Looking nice! Love the devil orthos a lot. Good lighting on both updates.
I cannot get over how good this SB is becoming.. More!!
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And my blog!
wow I think you leveled several levels while I wasn't looking
you girls TD piece was beautiful too.
To see the world in a grain of sand, and a heaven in a wildflower, hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and eternity in an hour.
A bunch of stuffs... I had a ton of figure sketches accumulated but that gets redundant so I'm only posting a few... And then some random character type stuff! Whee!
This is great. See those lines? Those are the lines of goodness. Keep crackin'
you are such a natural its scary...love the last updates. you sure can draw purdy -c36
Beautiful work! I went through all 7 pages and loved every minute of it! Good job keep it comin!
it's widely know that one of my favorite hobbies is to look around CA and the internet, for great drawings paintings etc... yup i've made my pit stop riiiiight here, lady!
great , great, great!!
;p Can't wait to talk to ya again, I need my interwebs back D:
Hi nonie! Nice enviro practice! I am on my way doing that too. Very nice! Like it: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1195544036
Do you have any good system you go by when doing this? Any useful information to share? What do you start with in the image and so on. You can just drop a few lines or PM me maybe. I understand you are busy. Great work! Awesome SK.
Keep it up man!
Wow... Cool characters.. Though some can still be better in terms of anatomy. Awesome!!
Tatiana - I attach the images and then hit "insert all" from the little attachment dropdown menu, and then type where I want the text to go.
Coro, Kei, thanks for stopping by, I owe you guys a lot
joaKimArt... As far a a system, I'm still so new to it I don't really have one... For that specific one I was trying out the Sparth technique of crazy custom brushes and painting huge random strokes until something looks cool, then I flesh it out, trying to keep atmospheric depth consistent and using the saturations and temperatures of colors to push the depth... But then when I have more of an idea of what I need or am working from a prompt I thumbnail my ideas out on paper first and then do a few more thumbnail passes digitally in greyscale. Uh... Hope that helps, it's still something I need to work on more.
Wow great updates! Loving the movement and flow of the sketches. They all seem kinda short though, not at all disproportionate, just like, on the short end of the scale, as opposed to the more 9-head versions that are typically seen. Just an observation.
I think its kinda cool how the armor in this last one is like totally crisp and on focus detail and all the body parts are smudgy. LOVE the colors.
“It is enough that we set out to mold the motley stuff of life into some form of our own choosing; when we do, the performance is itself the wage.”
"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science. He to whom the emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause and stand wrapped in awe, is as good as dead; his eyes are closed." ~Albert Einstein
Great sketchbook goin' on.
These life drawing digi paints are sweet as. 'coollight.jpg' is my fav.
If I had to critique on something, I would have to say the line quality.
Some of it still looks a little scratchy.
Actually I think you could push your contrast, too (haha, omg, I tell everybody that), maybe I just like high contrast too much, but anyway, things like that lizard guy, and the thumbnails especially would work much better with a stronger contrast, in terms of the values and shapes. You want to get a strong silhouette on the thumbnails.
I'm definitely nowhere near as skilled as you, however, so feel free to ignore everything I just said.
wow, good sketchbook!
i especially like the envirnoment in post 123, looks very alive, keep updating
My sketchbook: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...106521&page=11
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