Man it's been a while since I last posted here... I've been busy, just not doing much personal work. I recently moved from Krome Studios and have just finished my first week at my new job here at THQ (Oz Studios) Brisbane. Great bunch of guys... although it was hard leaving krome!
Here's a few quickes from the last month or so...
what! I can't believe I havent seen this SB before - I love the earlier pencil and pen stuff but the paintings are really awesome too. This is one seriously decent sketchbook you must be proud!
No crits from me unfortunately, I am in no position to comment on these
love the scenery you paint. looks real good
MY SKETCHBOOK..http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=113275.....C&C welcome and wanted.
Landscapes are very cool!bully for you
Great artwork! I love the underwater creatures (done in 2008)! Keep on posting!
Wow, nice work, the bottom of this one has photographic qualities. http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1266968493 Everything is beautiful in here and there's incredible sense of scale.
I just wanna ask what kind of brushes you use?
i absolutely love your landscape quickies. i'm sure many people, including me, have always wished to possess your deftness of mind and hand...i look forward to seeing more. :3
Thank you for the comments guys. It's been a little while since I've posted but here's a recent painting. It's an old sketch I decided to finish. The landscape is also an old speedpaint which I've just added a character to. Hopefully this year wont be so hectic so I should be able to get some more personal painting done!
HAJiME - I use mostly standard brushes which I've altered in some way like turning off the texture or something. I make a few but not many. I've got a few fancy grunge ones which I've grabbed from other artists and various projects
My fav brush is still the standard PS round... but I'm always on the lookout for cool brushes that emulate traditional mediums.
Your stuff is gorgeous! So much depth and prettiness
Jezza, OMG Bro... your hands have indeed been blessed. You've just got that touch mate... and to boot, you're one heck of a great guy. The buidup to battle scene with all the armoured horses is stunning; the ambiance, the play of light on steel, the sheer presence of the Rider. Gobsmacked Bro. Keep on slammin.
Coldrum, the Savage salutes you!
That is some amazing digital work.
Mind if I ask you a few pointers?
Like how long does a big picture like the first one in post 414 take?
And do you have any tips for speed? I'm just starting out with digital stuff and I find even pretty simple stuff takes me a LONG time.