Andres !!!! You shall never cease to amaze me on how structured you are in your studies... I loved your anatomy studies, and now the value and perspective studies are brilliant !!
Kungfoowiz: haha thanks
fenixx: thanks man, I really appreciate it when people say they get something out of my studies...
Mmm looks like a Scott Robertson tutorial. Great studies, the simple shapes is of course the most important thing that we must study, it's pretty much all there is. And it's a study that must last forever. It's a pitty that most people beginning don't belive this.
Your work is very clean, I should try to do something like those more often. Thanks for posting.
lennon: Yeah the fundamentals are not to be ignored by anyone
Marian Rowling: Thanks marian! your support is always appreciated
Great studies! I love the last one! Looks really gorgeous)
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Man these are awesome.
You are probably learning sooooo much.
Inspiring dedication, look forward to hwere you take it!
Just have fun.
This is great!
Glad to see you improve so much, your values are great in those studies.
Btw if you plan on starting colour study, I've heard that the book by James Gurney is the one to choose.
glaudarien: haha naah i just started with rendering...there's a long way to go
Aveh: haha yeah me too
hummel1dane: yeah of course color is a bit later on my checklist, thanks for the book yeah I knew about it and have been looking for it for months... : /
Kungfoowiz: we all can be disciplined seriously, or at least try, if i managed to do it so can you, a couple of months ago I was really disorganized..
Holy crap does are some epic value studies !
Awesome! Love the perspective/lighting studies. Subscribed so I can come back and study...um...your studies. Thanks for all the "process" images!
Really nice planework here.
Those shade studies are really useful (i got to do them too...)
My Sketchbook ---> http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...42#post3225942
Ven S: haha thanks
Jephyr X: glad you're getting something out of this
fenixx: then give it a second try man, cos he explains everything pretty well
Highelf: yeah you do that
damn dude, the matte surface rendering is really going well! you're just hitting those values spot on. if you feel like you're comfortable with matte and want to try your hand at different surfaces and forms you should check out phil saunders's "understanding and communicating form" article/tutorial. lots of good material there about different reflective conditions and materials. keep up the good work
Just a thought. In the last render, wouldn't the shadows get progressively darker as you go deeper under the object since there will be more occlusion of light ? I think that part looks a little to plain in tone that its not popping out as much.
Anyway... as always i admire your approach, I can learn just by looking at it. Looking forward to more
fenixx: couldn't agree more on that one, and now that I think about it, the cast shadow doesn't allow much reflected light to go on that spot so it should be darker, but anyways it was just a quick exercise
p sage: woah thanks for rating my thread and that study is not taken from any book, not everything I do is from books, that particular one is one of my old classmates
Kungfoowiz: haha thanks yeah I've tried editing the gif to get the last image to show a bit longer but then CA.org wouldn't let me upload it, so it ain't my fault
more quick stuff
Very cool studies!
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Howie, anjyil: thanks