sweet sketchbook. INDEED. Loving all the hard work displayed. Very inspiring.
*Luther Opens thread to first page*
*Luther sees awesome skill on first page*
*Luther Jumps to last page*
*Luther Leaves quietly to lament on why he skill so sucky*
If I happen to comment on your sketchbook, please don't feel obliged to comment on mine. use that time instead to get back to work.
CA sketchbook: http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=245741
Hey man, been a fan of your work for a long time but never actually seen the sketchbook. The covers kick ass, and the one on the last page totally blew my mind! Just pure deliciousness!
Awesome improvement in the half-year as well. Truly inspiring.
And thanks a lot for the comment on my SB!
i do like !
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fesch fesch fetsch! (::
skipped through your sketchbook from beginning to end - aaand, you've already been amaziing at the beginning of it - dare you! D: -ahaha, nice stuff though! - aaa question - do you have some tips for making linart/doing anatomy studies with tablet? i struggle with it, because my lines never are/get clean but wobbily and shaky :/ (that's actually why i tend to do them on paper..)
sooo keep on updating!
I really love your SB Fetsch, been checking on it for a while and its always so exciting to see what you've produced!
You're an inspiration on here and have really great designs, thank you for posting and keep on going!
Keeps getting better man!
Love that last character. Do you tend to start out in greyscale then add colour? or is that just a b/w study?
Would love some comments on my SB if you have a few spare minutes.
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Shadow Stalker: Hopefully i can manage to do more regular updates again, packed with freelance and appartment search for the next few months.
Aaron_: Thanks alot Aaron!
Sapphirelullaby: Thank you!
Nianto: Thank you! Not sure if that helps you but i usualy did my line drawings in high resolution sizes and scaled them down afterwards for posting. Try a file with 300dpi and atleast 4000px. But in the end it doesnt matter if you do them digitaly or with lines as long as you do them.
Windmaker: Thanks alot
Kambei Shimada: Thanks! Most of the time i start making a rough sketch in b/w then add color on top with layermodes and just start painting normaly from there adjusting the colors. Sometimes i start in color directly but stay monochromatic at the start and slowly put more colors in there after getting the values down.
Warm up doodle before work.
Last edited by Fetsch; August 7th, 2012 at 03:34 PM.
V, I finally had the time to dig around your sketchbook. It was very humbling, having seen how much you have accomplished and how far you have come, on your own. Thanks for sharing. BTW, I really dig the quick sketches you've been posting up.
awesome mate!!! the warm up is beautiful even as a rough, its great how some details in the focal points make the piece look more finished!!!
keep up the great work!!!
Wow, that latest piece is really great!
The details really made it much more beautiful. How did you do that by the way?
Did you use photo textures or did you just paint it manually?
In need of crticisms...
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ow, so crazy textured armor in your last piece would like to know the way to achieve it myself.
Overall very great sb, inspirational level of quality
love the details on the armour dude!
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