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October 3rd, 2008 #105
some speedies i did yesterday / no refs..
street piece inspired by sargent! trying to get more of a traditional feel and playing with textures..
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more random places..
October 3rd, 2008 #107
hi mate! you're posting quite nice artworks lately! i expecially like the b&w anatomy sketches and the last 2 speed paintings in first page, cool ones! see ya
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the colours are great on that last speedpaint but i think the composition is kinda boring. Its too symmetrical for my taste
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October 7th, 2008 #109
I really like this one.
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October 9th, 2008 #110
thanks a lot everyone!!
having fun matching anatomy to a random silhouette without refs..
October 9th, 2008 #111
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October 9th, 2008 #112
very cool environment concepts!
I really like the one on the bottom of the last page.
and good work on the anatomystudies as well. keep doing these!
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October 10th, 2008 #113
this stuff is getting quite fun to make.. dammit about time the frustration for anatomy stopped!!
it gets much better if you are not too bothered about how right it is and just go for whatever proportions are in place..plus it can lead to very interesting stuff rather than starting from a correct gesture..
anyway..hope u like.
October 10th, 2008 #114
October 13th, 2008 #115
Cool characters! keep em coming - maybe on the value ones try add more contrast (i have the same problem)
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October 13th, 2008 #116
Some anatomycal issue in the last pic you posted, The shoulders seem too big what makes the colar of the shirt strangely drawn, the collar of the coat is a bit 'flat', it lacks volume, and the part of the coat which is moved by the wind is weirdly shaped, and the hat seems to float on the old man's head it doesn't seem connected to the head even with the shadows.
Concerning colors there is a good mood coming from this pic, colors are wisely chosen, but what strikes is that you took much longer time to work on the face of the man than on the hat and shoes, the difference on details annoys me a bit.
On the pic with the alien guy like wielding a chain, his left foot got a perspective problem.
Your environments look good otherwise.
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October 13th, 2008 #117
Nice stuff. I noticed on some your characters the legs seem pretty short.
Your brushwork is expressive and I find the use of texture mostly appealing but in the last one I think it's a little too much. The pattern on the sky and floor makes it look uniform (or is it chalk brush there?).
Eh, ok. That's it for now.
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