^above creature is a wip
You have really really improved, it's such an inspiration to see!! I, too, am trying to get into the landscape business but admittedly I have yet to do many from imagination - I need to do more!
Your rendering is getting better and better, keep it up!
you sir, you rock c: !!
Your colours are nice, main thing is need to work on your edges and composition, your environments need more confident edges and attention to keeping perspective. The first piece in #241, the rocks in the foreground are fighting for the viewers attention with the city which is also being hidden by the tree. Look at some good environment artists and see how they control the viewers attention and how they make other areas recede etc
@liquorbleu, thanks alot! im glad u see improvement, its kind of hard for me to see the change.
@Ver Sus, thanks a bunch misss! ^_^
@TFsean, thank you! your totally right! the rocks do compete. thanks for the help!
Last edited by yogeshj25; June 23rd, 2012 at 02:33 PM.
thank you for stopping by
i`m really impressed by your progress your rendering style is beautiful!
looking forward for more
done in past couple of month. Just finished my first semester at the School of Visual Arts in NY. Due to school, iv been working a lot more traditionally.
From Drawing (with Thomas Woodruff),Painting Class (With Tristan Elwell), And Principles of Illustration (With Yuko Shimizu)+ Random Doodles
Following done for Sam Weber's Ink Drawing Class
2013! wheee! let the year roll!
Last edited by yogeshj25; January 3rd, 2013 at 06:31 AM.
amazing stuff in here. love your still lifes and variety.
keep it up !
Ha, I'm in love with some of the shapes in your figures...as well as some of the creatures you manage to push out from your imagination! You're studying diligently too, so level-ups can't help but be attained.
looking forward to more.