Waah! Inspiring work you have in here!
Those asaro heads and construction all around looks great. And I like the clean loines..really inspiring, thank you for sharing.
Thanks Charles! You've got some very impressive pieces in your SB/ on your website, I found it very inspirational to loook through your stuff =)
Thanks a lot BlackDelphin!
Just some small technical doodles before I'm off to bed:
Your vehicles give off a very Scott Robertson vibe, great stuff =]
I'm a peacock, you gotta let me fly!
Thanks V3T! I'm learning with Scott's DVDs on construction and they're really helping a lot. I also have "Lift Off" and have preordered his How to Draw and How to Render books- can't wait for them to finally be released =)
Some more technical stuff. It's getting better, but complex sections still confuse the hell out of me
Thanks Shenita. If you look through the sketchbook you'll find plenty of paintings =)
A few quick thumbs for the IOW:
really nice construction studies,your design is improving a lot!
Thanks GreyPersona. I feel more comfortable with those constructions every day. Considering that I avoided technical stuff like that for years before I started with Scott's DVDs, I think I'm doing okay. Just keep on going:
WIP for the IOW (might do more than just this one version since I kind of like some more of the thumbs I did):
beautiful work !
Please visit my sketchbook ….I love the feed back
The greatest achievement is selflessness.
The greatest worth is self-mastery.
The greatest quality is seeking to serve others.
Mhugo, thanks a lot!
Cheers iceman =)
McClain, thanks man for dropping by =)
Didn't get around to much today. Anyway, here goes;
these studies are great man,the one with the figure in it is bad ass.
Had to redo the farside wing. I keep mirroring it off the wrong line. Happens to me repeatedly. Got to come up with a strategy to keep the overview with all those construction lines.
Final as well:
great stuff man,I love atmospheric perspective.
Thanks grey persona!
Not going to finish this, but I think it does look kind of neat in this cropped from:
I just had to sign in to say WOW! Your work is beautiful. Also I'm harboring a one sided love affair with your landscapes.
Thanks a lot Trailblazer! =)
Here's a speedpainting (haven't done any of those for far too long):
I'll be in London for the next few days (sadly unrelated to the workshop)- I do have wifi there but no scanner. So I think I'll be back with a bunch of scans by thursday or friday next week. Cheers everyone! =)