Wow!Great stuff!Im lovin that red character
Thanx for stopping by my sketchbook, mang. ^^
Your studies are damn nice, I think I'd like to see a lot more from your imagination... since I'm still a noob, I can't provide much more of a critique... I definitely think you can push your creative side much more though....
I've subscribed... your stuff is very inspiring. ^_^
Thanks for stopping in on my WIP Sargent study. I appreciate the feedback.
You have a rocking sketchbook here. Seriously, you are already showing improvement in just 2 pages. You have a great sense of color/light/form. The only critique I have is that I would work on your line/edge quality; I'd try getting really playful with your edge/line treatment, it might show some really cool results with your already creative pieces.
Take care, and keep on truckin'.
Came here from your thread in the WIP section, you have some good things going on in here bud! keep grinding and keep posting mate, its good.
all the best
A great kind hearted lumbering bullock
http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=209918 = my Sketchbook
Nice work on the sargent and you're generally off to a nice start
Do you draw in pencil a lot? When you're first starting to take the whole drawing thing seriously, one of the best things to improve is just to draw a lot, and consistently. Make it a part of your daily routine and draw a lot on pencil and paper. Nothing can compare to the sheer goodness of learning to nail the beginning stages of a drawing. You'll pick up rendering faster and easier than you will all the other stuff. Set yourself a goal like producing something every day from imagination. Study stuff based on what you are drawing and really learn to apply your knowledge from your head.
It's all about learning not just 'how' things look, but why Good luck!