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I will only go to place illustrations here…. and transferred to some of mine sketch book to here...more organized
very big...high resolution
soon more .....
Last edited by daniel ching; March 29th, 2010 at 05:14 PM.
first post ZOMG AWESOME
wow great portfolio man, top to bottom are pretty solid.
such a fantastic piece, but i really think the cliched "ship flying across scene" is hurting it, it almost makes it plainer. i think you should've kept the landscape alone for the viewer to admire the beautiful painting you've given it. my 2 cents...
Fantastic work, loved em all. The one crit i have is the mouth in thedetailed peice of the last picture seems off to the one side, although i wouldnt have noticed unless you put the detailed picture up. Keep em coming.
I love your work, Daniel. Particularly quadro11.jpg and medieval7.jpg
Have you ever created graphic novel or comic book pages?
Those are all fantastic! Also nice to see the brushes you used in the first piece.
TOOLED! and bestow...very thanks
ICH...tahanks,its land is very pretty… does not see the hour to come back it again
asoir....thanks,with certainty I had made background without ship none… later I better found to add something that “breaks” desert scene… then added to the ship… the scene to it is with a futurístic souvenir ...2 cents only this ?
Matt_Stevens...not only I made these illustrations… for a project of a friend.
Bradh898...thanks for coments,it really seems that the mouth this exactly is of center...you have a good “clinical eye” hum ?
Know1...cool that it has liked I placed to serve of reference and to have an idea,thanks.
very cool! and very thorough tutorials!
This guy Rock´s!!!!
PO Daniel, tá detonando demais manooo!!!Salvei todas as imagens no meu computer pra dar uma estudada depois....hehehehe.
E ve se conecta mais o Skype pra gente trocar ideia sobre aquele assunto, já andei vendo uns lugares.
É noisss manoooo!!!
Keep Rocking Baby!!!
great stuff. the OCC one is definitely my favorite.
Great work...on the newest one, the hairs lying across her face just look too thick, like string it's a little distracting.
Thunder,thanks...it is for the size of the work… the brush (more I finish) is of this thickness… later also I was bothered with the hair in the eyes… also it must be for the use of “unsharp mask " of the PS… I will arrange the image soon ...but they are things of the life ...hehehe
Callops...valeu mano... hehehe
Last edited by daniel ching; June 17th, 2007 at 11:21 AM.
I liked colors a lot... That step-to-step, you could put larger!
Congratulations, this very good one!
I need to catch some touches on color with you, I want to do some works style Drew Struzan.
Repeating, I liked that work a lot.
Great hug brother!
Wow man, super inspiring. Absolutely love the colours in your paintings. It's also cool to see such an amazing diversity - I would not have guessed that some of these were done by the same artist. Great quality to have, your work is immensely interesting.
Keep posting, I'll definitely be keeping an eye on this thread. have 5 stars too.
ooooh!! thts neat...i like your sky crappers...should try tht technique sometimes!!
Change is here to stay....i guess!!
check my work at http://www.pixelputra.com
Yessss, my friend, you flew and it reached the stars, congratulations!!!
Hey man, next Saturday will have encounter in the Centro Cultural, I hope you can go, so we can talk better about the Studio.
Keep rocking BABY!!!!
Thanks Daniel, I like your technique for the architecture!
Rod28Pereira...valeu Rod,vamos nessa hehehe
MoonVisionStudio...very thanks,I have as goal “to pass " the tips for all...I am half without time… but I did not forget it our challenge them "avatars fight"
dkounios...thanks for attention
here we have a type of illustration that is not very common… more technique, for medical visualization… I tried to mount tutorial a good one but… the order did not have time, made what I could make… future I will mount a DVD detailed on the subject
There seems to be some anatomical problems with your surgical approach there. The spermatic cord on the right of the image wouldn't dive into the subcutaneous fat like that, and neither would the fundiform ligament of the penis. Basically, you just copied it out of Netter's atlas. Also, you need to have a more clear delineation between muscle and fascia. Also, you have two cut edges on the right of the image that would never meet, and you just fade them off randomly.