great lines in overall and nice shadows.A lot of power in your characters.Keep up the good work mate.
About the art, well... I'm working a lot with textures I found out that was what I looked for a better completion and make it my signature. I'm studying sacred art and I think it has influenced us greatly. Soon, I will post some more art in this style but I want to try other kind of materials.
Last edited by ALEXANDRE da Vinci; April 16th, 2011 at 11:25 AM.
cool style! im gona have to try that framing thing looks good.
have a good one
sketchbook updated October 6th
kingkostas; Hello friend, always good to see your comments, thank you!
krel; Hello friend! Thank you surely pay more attention and work more but my anatomy!
Katanasoul; Hello! Thanks for the comment, really helps us a lot to see great advice. will take more care with the characters!
very awesome SB, It looks like you're finding your style of drawing. I like how you color and texture into your pencil drawings. It makes a nice finished piece. I especially like the small British boy holding the rifle, wonderful work. Keep it up.
I love this! I recognized those Hogarth studies right away. I'm working from the same books.
I'm not sure I understand the coca-cola storyboard, though. And on the more recent storyboards, where you applied tones: Are these tones supposed to represent the tones in the final production? Or just make the storyboard easier to read?
Hello artist friend okay?
So, I think what you say about the illustrations made for the publisher (Brazilian Public House) not? that are in rectangles type story boards. finalized in photoshop with some shades of gray, was the same request of the publisher. The other story boards usually do only the same pencil. Hogarth is really awesome!