Sweet stuff, I suggest you work bigger though. Get a roll of some cheap paper and go wild with the charcoal
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Cheeseitnow: tnx, indeed zoidberg is one of the greatest characters they ever imagined
Gas Chamber:tnx !
konstruktion: tnx , i know i should really loosen up with my drawing but i'm working on that ^^
here's a character i did today for fun, tried to see were no reference would get me with a fullpose character.
i also wanted to try the values to color and try to get some interesting colors
Wow, you have some really great painting studies and work in here.I'll be bookmarking you to keep up on your work. Have a good one!
small paint from ref to end the day
looking back on some of your earlier works (as i remember it) i really think you're one of the people that got the best painting progress in dae, i really really like your new works
tnx Lav, i have been putting a lot of time in it too, but there's still a lot to learn so i guess i'll keep on going ^^
Here's a doodle i did in photoshop, i have done some sketching too but i'm going to try and scan those tomorrow
Hi raven, love those colors you've used on the ant and your rockstarr looks realy great, how long have you been working on that, cause I've spent way to much time on mine, I need a lot of practice
But seriously, I like how far along this sketchbook has come.
tnx for the comments guys
puppet: i think the total time on that one is around 4 hours max or so
here's is a new paint i started working on
c&c very welcome on this one!
domwar sculpt update
Nice work! Your paintings are really developing and I like those sculptings! Keep it up!
some sketchbook poop, should do more studies but school starts sucking away the time again
Microsoft IMAGINECUP entry WIP
85% of the content needed to be redone so this is a little preview of the new style
sorry for the lack of updates the last few days, i'm very busy for school atm
anyway here is a 1 hour speedsculpt i just did to keep it a bit active
Hey dude, you def got some good skills here, specially on the sculpts. Would like to see more drawings and studies, but this is some shweet stuff^^
Some of your digital paintings are looking really plasticy. Work with bringing in some texture into them.
The sculpts are really nice though keep up the hard work!
tnx guys, i know i should be doing more studies and i try to but the hectic schoolmoments are starting again
anyway when those are out of the way i'll be doing a lot more of them
und doodle , i joined a workshop earlier this week by jens so i tried to apply some things
more experimental paint
Sculpted and ready for baking
the dinosaur sculpt is so awesome
great work on the paintings too
a doodle i painted on the train today and i decided to make him look more like a classmate
a colorexperiment for tonight
40 minute speedsculpt
did a small paint from an abstract form
quickly gave the above quicksculpt some detail and texture
started from ref and tried to add some mood/colors to it
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baked normals for my lowpoly character
and 2 faster studies from ref in one composition
Poly!! As you know I am a fan of yours!!! Nice updates here and the game is looking great!!!
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reminds me that i forgot to post some of the progress on the game here
we just finished our entry for round 2 a few days ago and we have to wait 10 days to get te results. Hope we make it to the final 6 ^^
Thanks for dropping by my sketchbook.
Great Zbrush studies. You're making strides of improvement with the anatomy of the face and head. Keep it up!
Go ahead and ignore this if I am sounding completely silly, but I think you could benefit more from increasing your brush's hardness in order to bring better clarity to your illustrations and studies.
Good luck with Imagine Cup competition!
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