Hereīs my last DSG attempt
Hereīs my last DSG attempt
Hehehe. Thanks Gnoll. You are pretty much responsible for the improvement. Since you kept nagging me about goind digital.... thatīs what I did. I went digital almost entirely.
These first two were still lines, but digital. Kinda emulating my style into the digital plane. The last one was my starting point into digital painting instead of drawing. And I liked it so much I totally went for it. Thanks Gnoll.
and the DSG from today
As if beeing hunted through some creepy twilighted playboy mansion by a homicidal maniac wasnīt enough,
this total loon added to her terror by constantly going: "Shhhhhh. Im hunting wabbits."
She swore that sheīd never work as a Playboy Bunny again should she survive this.
This was for a friend who challenged me to do a "rock" piece.
Came up with the eagle thing. Real cliché but okay. Took me
quiet some time. Thereīs some sketchup and Illustrator in it
and of course lotsa PS.
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For Mike Corrieroīs creature mentoring "For Those who want to Follow along" thread
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jeez. again, you really surprize me dood, the creatures look very good, looks like you're having fun and learning tons with them.The shouting horned skeletal guy looks very good too.
And that rock is definately rocky.
keep 'em coming!
Well, glad to see I could surprise you once again. I did a few creatures over the last hiatus. Originally intended for the 100 COWs challenge, but I didnīt got around to do a hundred. Canīt even seem to find all I did. Hereīs what I found so far:
Aaaand right before going out of town fer a week hereīs the second lesson.
The winged creatures. I gotta confess I was more comfortable with the other creatures. Here I am not entirely sure if my designs would work or have some major flaws. I studied wing anatomy even less than the rest. Anybody can spot something major?
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some technical designs. I really dig submarines, yīknow?
Thanks for dropping in and commenting. I gotta agree with you. I am very fond of that little piece.
So hereīs another thing, totally unconceptual, more german coast life. De Teetied.
hey wolf, nice creature thumbs youve done so far... hope your doing well.
next time i come to jagsthausen ill visit you ;-)
check yourself before you wreck yourself...
man you're doing some good stuff, the craure design thumbnails and the vehicle thumbnails help a lot making up and polishing a good idea, you should keep pushing those (and they look good too).
For some reason i find the german coast life thng quite scary
keep em coming
Freakin A-WE-SO-ME!!! I love you're finished works, which show how much of a great artist you are!
riven phoenix rulz
Wow from my last visit you put in your SB cool studies, great ideas and original concepts!
Wow. Thanks for the comments folks. Thereīs a big possibilitiy for lots a more stuff heres soon. Hitting the freelance realm now. So itīs back to DSG again.
I think this one lacks contrast but I also wanted something "natural" in its original habitat. *meh*
-here the idea was to get something for the DSG Big towering bio mechs with a long gone civilization
Somehow it s more of an alien photoshag with goofy space backgrounds
Couple of sketches
And some ( in the end slightly idealized) self sketches, trying to determine what to do with the growing hair.
In the end I am back to the olīcrewcut. Just suits my head best methinks.
Regardless what beard I am sporting at the moment.
Hey there. Thanks for dropping in. Thanks for the encouragement. We all know we need it. Yes I am aware that most folks are not very fond of outlines. I still LOOOOVE them, though. Thatīs the comic guy in me. But I am trying. The Gnoll has been bugging me for the same reasons. Now youīll see some more "painterly" stuff in the future. See y īround.
And here I am posting what next? Right! Lines!
But with a little painterly background.
Comic testrun. Keywords: Snipers and Washington. Reality style.
Think I kinda bombed that one. Meh, it was fun and good exercise.
I should do this more often.
And one that was too harshly cropped.
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Some cool stuffs here and lots of work! keep up the good stuff. Keep at those studies too!
haha man you make me sound like a whiny bastard, as if i was the painter around here, you know better than me how fond we both are of line hehe
nice comic page man, only suggestion i have is that you treated inks only as an outline here, and i know there's color, but ink has to express more than just
retrace the lines imho
you should def do some more of these man
that alien giant thing from post 230 reminded me of wayne barlowe's work for his alien planet thing, check out his work
keep 'em coming, still watching!
Thanks for commenting. And for the reminder of studies. I think I should study heads.
And hands. Yes, definetly hands. Maybe anatomy studies even, huh?
Eeeeya, who let the Gnoll in?
Whiney? Thatīs encouragingly ma friend. And supportive. Aand challenging.
I know what you mean with lines. They can have more dynamic in themselfs as well as color in them. I tried color but for lines I wanted to go as straigt as possible.
Thanks for the tip off to Wayne Barlowe.
And here are some studies, yay. Having fun with A.Loomis "Drawing the human head".
and two more
Itīs only a couple of pages but I think allready progressed past a
certain flaw my faces tend to have. The construction Loomis uses
is different from the one Iīve been taught and I think good ol Andrew
really is on tho something with his approach. Works a charm methinks.
Very nice head studies, I lost some pages but I can see a great progression in your stuff! I think that to better understand the plans of the head, you can shape an head model with plastelina and observe it in different directions.
Thanks for dropping in and the tip. Iīve got some modelling clay.
Maybe Iīll do a head. Having sculpture skills sure canīt hurt.
Here are some more studies.