wow these character designs carry some kind of emotion with them and I think thats what you were aiming for. GREAT JOB! keep it up!
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remember that nothing is just one color in different shades, there is reflective light on everything and im always amazed when i experiment outside my comfort zones
btw if i was that guy i would cover up those lights on his arm those might give him away
Great works here, I would suggest maybe trying some studies from life and such, will help to render materials / lighting etc. and take your work up a notch
great work in here dewd, keep it up
your improvements are noticeable from the first page to the last~ and amazing concepts! keep it up. i like the sci-fi/medieval futuristic theme
hey, thanks for dropping by my SB. I thought since I was here I would ask some questions/critique one of your paintings. I am sorry if I am negative or out of place, if I am please let me know.
It is on post #338. I don't know jack about light/form, but it seems like your lighting is confusing. You have it coming from the left, possibly slightly above the character, but then you also have light emanating from the viewers perspective to cause a shadow on the wall. Is this intentional? It also seems like the knife should be thinner wrt to the viewer, since its on the same plane as the very foreshortened left forearm. The symbol on his back probably needs to get tilted away from the viewer as well.
For #346 i think the lighting makes more sense but be careful with his right pectoral and where it meets the ribcage. Something is off there; maybe its because its armor. How do you approach these figures? Do you lay down the skeleton etc first?
And finally, I really dig your pencil drawings!
I see you handle the details quite well in your paintings and drawings. But i think, in my opinion, it will be better if you pay more attention to a broader aspects, like the flow of action, composition, etc. Your poses can be improved still too. I suggest doing a lot of loose practice pieces daily, like composition thumbs and gesture drawings. I think they will help you improve further
Anyway, you seem very hard working, and most notably, constant in doing your arts and that's good (the last is something i seriously need to work on, i slack sometimes... well okay, often ). Keep up the hard work
Wow guys thanks so much for all the comments!
Confusedbat : You're right about the lighting in the one piece, it isn't correct. Thanks for pointing that out! I'll fix that once I get my new USB cable for my wacom.
Mean while, since I'm without my Wacom I've been doing all traditional stuff. Here are some fun sketches on toned paper.
Dude you are really good, and sorry for misspelling your name, The Original [E], not Original-ET, my eyes are starting to hurt and i didn't get much sleep
last night. Anyways keep it up, gotta do some studies myself.