holy shit. My Hero... I'll just drop by daily and try... to.. figure out.. How. Hope you won't mind
Killer start! This piece with red clouds is just Woow!
Yeeee I dig the enviros and creatures!
Great stuff, those first three environments are really nice
aa yeeaah...you have your own character here i think, pretty nice update man, really like the creature and enviro's
keep it goin' like that
palladium: Thanks! Good to hear!
Icecold: Unsharpened image attached. Yeah i luv unsharp, but i occasionally "forget" to use it.
DefiledVisions: Thanks! Sure, ill post occasional tips and workflow descriptions.
William b. Hand: Hi, W! Ill make some more creatures soon, im planning on getting together with a taxidermist i know to check out some of the odder animals he has stashed in his freezer, cant hurt my knowledge of anatomy. Btw I still think you live in a castle.
Nightblue: Hey thanks! The tree was part of another picture but it was just way better on its own.
selfu: more stuff is comin
Here is a picture of some spacestuff, and a showoff of what my fantastic cloudbrush can do. Thats the last 2 small thumbs. Its scary how neat it is, the problem is, the brush is in an unknown location on my harddrives. Im searching for it.
wonderful enviro - love the mood there..do you use some custom brushes or either jpg modifications? cheers
hey guys....plese give me tutor brush....any help me...i need you ....pls pls pls......i'm a newbie.....................
palladium: I try to focus on composition and shape-design a lot. Perspective is not as important as one might think in creating depth, atmosphere is a lot more useful, and of course a lot less time-consuming.
selfu: Lots of custombrushes and a lot of layerfilters and textures. I usually make a brush on the fly if i need to draw some repeated element, even if i have one available.
Capital G: Thank you, i appreciate it.
DStraX: Thanks! Glad to see some more norwegians around here!
rubay06: These brushes are awesome. http://www.pandemoniumart.net/brushes
Thx for the tip on atmosphere. I'll definitely remember that on my next painting. The last post is great, really like the motion blur in that last one. Wondering if you could post a step by step process of one of your pieces. It'd be great to understand how you create depth and atmosphere throughout your process.
Wow, awesome textures and colours. Quite simple but alot of detail at the same time.
Ryan DeMita: Thanks!
kischi: Yep, the tree is pretty rad.
palladium: Id probably show some step by step stuff in the future.
Here is some old skulldrawings drawn with col-erase prismacolor pencil i had around since its impossible to install that scanner. Everything breaks these days. 2 cameras, 1 cellphone and 1 scanner is the bodycount. The scanner is probably working, but the drivers for it are obsolete/missing from the entire internet.
Coz_K: Thanks! Big fan of your work.
Got the scanner up n running. The Scwarz Weich Black Soft 8200-099*** and W5 warm grey marker was used, but the scanner reflected the blacks as white due to it being shiny head-on, so the only one that does not look crap is the left one, where the paper was off from the scanner.
Hell yes dude. That one on the left is super delicious looking. lol, no but seriously, he looks as if he could kick some ass.. or rip one off Definitely five stars from me dude. Thx for sharing.
WIP of character. He started out as a snowboarder, but ended up as a henchman.
humza: Thank you!
Now im considering rimlight on this here henchman. Any ideas? should he have a gun? shovel? a bowl of milk for the boss-cat? It has to be henchman-like. He is a up-and-coming henchman, fighting his way through the ranks, only to one day kill his boss and become the new supervillain. Then he needs to find himself a nemesis. Im drawing his boss and his nemesis on ze paper now.
Nice looking sketches in here. Keep it up and you'll be rolling with the big boys before you know it. Your environments are what really stand out but that last character you posted is showing some promise as well. One thing that I think would give him some punch is to have a little more definite and clear distinctions between his jacket, shirt and pants. Maybe some harder edges or even some slight color shifts to distinguish the different elements.
incredible work. Both pencils and digtals look sweeet. keep us updated!
awesome character, i rly like him. i dont would add to much things on hes clothes. i
like this simple design. he lookz rly tough, and i think he need not much guns or other things. but yeah, for a more interesting shape, maybe you can give him a handgun with a muffler or something.
anyway, great character design!