The poster turned out well.
How big is the sculpture? I'd like a picture of it with something to get the real scale.
Crazy robot stuff man!When you say Games Workshop you mean that you did that all alone? Which material did you use on that one? I really like how it gives the feeling of being made out of spare parts, it is realistic and funny at the same time. Great, wanna see more! Keep up and take care.
My Sketchbook ---> http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...42#post3225942
The robot looks absolutely crazy! Awesome!
(and btw, about the 3d cloud photo; I don't think it works. As there are multiple things that are to be kept in consideration. 1. The same thing should be photographed twice, a few inches next to eachother (just like your eyes). 2. The blue and red colours I used probably dont quite match the ones of the glasses, wich doesnt help either. 3. And probably some other stuff I forgot. But atleast is looks cool! , but in all seriousnes, a friend of mine and I are trying stuff out, maybe you'll see more! )
Last edited by Luckers; November 10th, 2010 at 10:14 AM.
Black Spot- Thanks!
Lt. Plissken- Thanks man, glad you could drop by again. cheers.
hucumkedi:Thanks for dropping in man, you've got some awesome stuff going on in your book.
dhilipsomesh-Thanks man! Your work blows my mind! So much inspiration!
lolbbq-haha thanks! Shit, thats a huge compliment man and means a lot. practice practice practice, we're all in it together! I sent you an msn invitation, you get it?
parsakoira- Thanks man, you've been doing good work! Especially that cat. hehe.
Alright, well I've been real busy with work and school and life and probably haven't been updating this book as much as possible, but I've taken some scans out of the last few sketchbooks I've been noodling in. Really trying to explore form and value still, want to get my drawing a bit more solid before hitting the color rendering, arrghh, so much to do! Sorry these are kind of poop, started out as some thumbnails but I got carried away. Sorry for the naff scans.
Metal Fingers: Try harder next time.
Alright, here are some more sketchesssss!! Thanks for looking. Cheers, comments and crits greatly appreciated. still goofing around a lot with technique, styles, subject matter. Really enjoying life right now
Last edited by Alex Konstad; November 27th, 2010 at 04:40 PM.
Hey Metalfingers! Those pencils are awesome.
I'm loving those insectoid creatures, keep on "goofing around" It seems to produce some very sweet images :>
Moriah: Thanks! What part of Portland are you in? I sent you a PM.
Ryanoir: Cheers dude, boom!
EdwardB: Thanks man! agreed.
More Sketchbook poop, some really weird stuff, some stuff I kind of like, blehh. Thanks for looking! And a tank I built with a combination of sheet plastic and some model bits.
Last edited by Alex Konstad; November 28th, 2010 at 07:16 PM.
Wow superb work on that vehicle, built to kill indeed!
Sketches looking totally rad :]
The sketchbook pages are very inspiring, looks like you are working your ass off! Great work!
+ like the kid cudi song, i used to listen to his mixtape a lot when it came out, good stuff!
keep up the great work!
Wow frigging awesome updates man i love your smooth lines! how soft a pencil do you use? or do ya switch between quite a few? as i usually have the trouble of not knowing how soft to go when it comes to values and crosshatching. cheers!
awesomesauce. loving the experimentation with tonal patterns and the variant techniques. so sweet! goooooooooooooooooooooooooooood wooooooooooooooooooooorrrrrrk moaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrrr pleeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaaasssssssssse!!!!!!
artgasm over this!
Dude your fkin killin it man! everything just progressing in an nice direction
you should try and so some imaginative paintings with your models your making! kinda like what Gurney does
keep it up bro looking forward to seeing more
sketchbook updated October 6th
You've got nice values, but you sometimes your forms and shapes are misproportioned. Pay attention to the linework, study some anatomy books. Practice never hurts. Keep going mate.
The diversity is really cool, interesting sketches, I agree with Seraph Fawkes though, you should probably do some anatomy studies, cause you seem to lack some knowledge of structure/form when it comes to anatomy. Anyways, really diggin what you're doing, so just keep at it. Appreciate the crit in my sb!