Amazing stuff here raven, though I'm not sure what your studding at
skewls looks like your an industrial designer, your robots and vehicles are real
neat. Any way your last WIP scared me off from making any crits cause its just
so dam good, maybe the right eye is a tad off but its friken amazing the colours
everything man. Keep it up!
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tnx remmy, i'm actually studying Digital arts and entertainment.
Its a course to become a technical artist, so i get to do drawing, 3d and programming.
It isnt that easy to combine the artistic with the more technical but its doable so far .
btw i'm far from having no crit works (is any work ever without a flaw?)
here are to very speedy doodles were i wanted to work with some cool colors
edit some more refined
Last edited by polydrawer; July 7th, 2008 at 06:49 AM.
Hey raven! you're getting alot better. i really like your last digital drawing of the monster. but i think you could add some (slijmerige :p ) highlights. A great tutorial about it is from over rendering flesh.
Keep it up man , you're improving alot!
ps: heb je nu eigenlijk msn?
tnx Sky Eagle doing my best , btw my msn is firstname.lastname@example.org
here is a doodle i did today and another version which i plan to complete
ohyeah and another doodle ( yes im in a doodling mood )
Love the first one (b/w woman) but I would suggest to take some of your doodles to the next level .
Anyway, no crits just keep going and improving .
its bin a while since ive looked into ur sketchbook
nice stuff uve made since
the woman at the top looks great, so do the grayscales
the last is a great doodle, the chin is nicely done
maybe you should go further with that one and define everything better
grtz and keep up the good work
tnx for the comments guys
ain't doing much drawing now because im learning for school but when that over my primary focus will be doing more study on anatomy and light/color
Oy Raven Work more :p u should work more stuff like the first post on this page u will amaze ppl alot then
you know as well as i do that we both should be learning for math right now
I dont really feel like starting bigger paintings because they suck up my time that i should be using for learning.
well i took an half hour today to create this speedpaint
Last edited by polydrawer; August 8th, 2008 at 02:32 PM.
drawing some more
and a doodle in zbrush
Last edited by polydrawer; August 9th, 2008 at 10:40 AM.
Verehin: Tnx for the unusual comment
Wip wip wip , i managed to take some time and draw *shocked*
so here is my first wip of laundrygirl, i plan to finish the paint with an environment and the 3d model/sculpt her (after my examinations )
anyway comments would be very appreciated so dont hold back
and some COWsketches
Last edited by polydrawer; August 15th, 2008 at 05:17 PM.
and another movieshot speedpaint
First one who guesses what movie its from gets a free banana :p
My first practice with acryl paint, I never really did do any traditional painting and thought lets give it a go.
So i went out and bought myself 2 starterkits(atleast i think it are) 1 acryl and 1 oilpaint. I figure it wont be the best quality paint that i'm using since it was like 7 euro a kit which has 12 tubes of paint and 2 brushes.
So i started with the acryl since i read its the best one to start out with and i tried to paint something to see how the paint reacts.
anyway here it is, aint much but it's a start i guess :s
Good update - your work is getting better, I know these are quick but I think you should work on the mushy paint problem and clear lines, they will read better. I like this last girl she is starting to rock, her eyes are crooked - I like the eyes you did in some of the sketches, they are pop-eyes! cool style you are starting to form.
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