Great stuff man
Great stuff man
Quick update while I work on some other stuff:
Update on something older:
Patched something up for a friend:
And, an update on that armor set:
Liking the design on the armour set a lot! I noticed you're not varying the hues much in your colour work, it's especially noticeable in your skin rendering, this tutorial is handy for helping with that: http://navate.deviantart.com/art/SKI...rt-1-144294636
Keep it up!
lens flare renaissance
Yeah, the armor set's face is drab since I basically threw a single color overlay on a grayscale face. The scarred princess thing, I have no excuse for.
That said, figured I'd throw some stuff up here, WIP as hell but better than nothing:
Start of a sketch:
Awesome armor design. Love the idea of having extended legs protection.
Have a good one!
love your sketching!! keep up the updates!
SKETCHBOOK -> http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...=195781&page=9
Some quick sketches:
And a quick update:
Testing some stuff out:
Your line work is incrediable. Really diggin the digi work aswell. I especially enjoy the fan art. Thanks, Me
I kinda had to nuke my Imageshack account, so there's a lot of missing pics, I know.
To make up for it:
Looks like I'm on a roll...
Yeah, decided to drop the background for now, and I'm taking the opportunity to enhance the uncanny valley with the body.
And something inspired by a Feng Zhu vid:
And a quick sequence of updates:
Yeah, throwing in some pics for texture.
And a quick paint-up:
Something fast that will be refined a lot more:
Working on something quick:
Working hard in here! Im gonna drop some advice.
My advice is usually the same for people at this level, but thats just focus more on BIG shapes of value. Dont worry about textures yet. Get those forms looking solid before trying to move on to that next step. Just grab a round and get down to those basics to really solidify your work so you can push forward with these ideas. Use some reference and study up as much as you can. And also, keep your eyes open. In everyday life, analyse everything. See how light works and reflects on certain surfaces, see how shadow falls. Try to understand WHY that mug looks 3d, what the light and shadow are doing to make it seem so, then write notes, and keep drawing.
Art isnt just about learning to draw/paint better. Its just as much about learning to SEE better. Whether what you see is in-front of you, or in your head.
Hope this helps, keep up the great work, mate!
Heh, update on an old one:
Looks like most of my Imageshack stuff has been nuked. Damn.
Well, nothing quite like starting fresh:
Back with more: