Really good paintings lately janos keep it up!
Also, did i see you at the crimson daggers?
kick ass creativity,bro,keep on going
i'll update my sb today,
(kein schimpfwort,normaler ersatz für kumpel hier im norden),
ich danke dir für feedback und viel lob
es gibt kein level,ich,der faule mazafaka sollte schon längst keine zeit verschwenden und zeichnen,was ich die letzen 2 monate tue,da kommt einiges aus dem kellereinfach viel zeichnendank dir unter anderem
i see it so,u one of not so many talented people on ca,and your raging creativity blows me with every update away,not
your multitechnical stuff rokz
people like you are fuel my fire,thnx as u sad, lets us push us up with our work,there's no end of getting better.
i like strawberry face and girl,like emission of this pics.viecherz are amazing
u are great drawer,pal,u can see it at replys in your tread,keep on hell rocking
that headz away!!
Turbosnail Yeah, Albert was so nice to pose for me. He kinda did not like being on a tortoise though!
Lav Thank you. I actually did them while watching the video posted above. I watched it a few times. I guess 5 minutes each...
Mr.Alamo, C. Danke! Thank you!
I have been waiting to attempt photoshop work for a while now, just cause I wanted to study more. Then I thought.... to learn how to use photoshop I need to actually use it! So I just started doing fast dirty sketches. And it is so much fun. I also decided to go black and white for now. Its just a lot easier for fast sketches.
These are for a project I am working on with a friend. Basically its just different character concepts to explore clothing and fashion of one particular race/people. They are our equivalent to real life Mongols only that they integrate straw into their clothing a lot and wear masks at war.
Here the first one in the series: The Warriors.
wow they are very nice and clear designs. really like the armour youve made looks fab : )
The wall paper background with faces and simple line drawing in the front is very interesting. Cute turtle.
The magic the gathering they cleric designs that use hay as mask and cloaks too. I like yours it has a almost samurai armor tribal feel to it.
Make a sketchbook happy, feed it a tip to improve!
heeey Janos! This sketchbook is looking miiigghty fine.. haha. Really digging your grayscale concepts. The Reilly studies look awesome, I'm going to try some myself sometime later. Keep this up!!
wooow man, what is this? Taking big leaps while I'm not getting anywhere. Shiet! I have to work more!
Great concepts, can't you toss some crazy bright colouring on the last ones, I'd like to see that. And, I won't say keep it up, because I know you will do that anyway.
great charasheets,man,you have a favor for all this ethnical kind da stuff,
in contrast with my tits,neets and bolts looks all of my works like technical drawing or bringing shit out of secondhand-boutique,you rocking,pale
keep on inspiring,alter
KingKostas You think? Thank you!
Lav Not quite yet. For now its just hundreds of thumbs!
Grandmassa Mr. Spect Thank you!
pigeonkill Definitely inspired by MTG. We wanted a similar feel, though these are pretty much mongols in a similar fashion so they do not share more similarities.
teapo Do that!. It helped me in those thumbs, to see shadows as defniable areas and connecting them.
Vloth Colour isn't on my schedule in the coming weeks. First its hundreds of thumbs. We basically have 20 multifaceted cultures worked out, and they all need some developement concepts so its just thumbnailing atm.
Rendering and Colour probably in the future though. Thanks for the compliment! Keep working!
Mr.Alamo, C. Danke, hehe. Hab das zwar nicht alles verstanden, aber danke!
Mischeviouslittleelf Yes, sry for not mentioning it. I was having a hard time finding a good relaxed archer pose. I have yours in one of my many inspiration folders, its just that I had forgotten who it was by.... Sorry again for not aknowledging you. I borrowed the pose for my purposes, hope its not too big of a deal. Oh and thanks for the inspiration man. Your brushwork is pretty much were I want to get to in the future!
Thanks a lot for all the support. More is coming!
Last edited by Janos; February 28th, 2010 at 07:09 PM.
man,ich meinte,dass du dieses national-geografic-etnish-sehr-geile-charas sehr gut gemacht hast,und verglichen mit meinen titten,schrauben und muttern sehen meine werke aus wie mischung aus technischen zeichnungen und klamotten aus dem second-hand laden
update gibts diese woche auf jeden fall,da ich ziemlich langsam am tippen bin,dauert das fast einen ganzen tag,sketchbook upzudaten
bin seit dieser woche wieder im dienst,mal sehen,wie das auf meine kreativität auswirkthoffentlich nicht so/unter uns skizzenbuch hab ich immer bei,bzw meine komplette maltasche,kollegen gucken bißel komisch,abwarten,was der chef sagt,wuhahahaha
Man, I know that I don't comment here quite often, but that doesn't mean that I don't keep an eye on you.
I really like these last batches, quite creative and nice rendered.
On the traditional media, I'd say that you should be more patient with your pencils, because sometimes they look kind of rushed
Keep it up!!
Last edited by Quike Garcia; March 2nd, 2010 at 04:23 AM. Reason: Silly typo
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