Those landscapes are beautiful! Good use of colours, Id love to see the last two polished up a bit, the figures still seem a little flat.
But regardless, this is a very good start so keep up the good work!
Here is finished one from WIP's:
2.5-3h, Inspired by James Paick
Interesting! The environments in the first post looks great. Interesting choice of colours. Other than that... You should spend more time on anatomy, the Cthulhu-esque piece looks a bit too stiff. I mean, personally I don't care all too much if It's photorealistic or not, message and feeling is more important. But It's a good idea to know anatomy and then exaggerate from there.
Last edited by Greip; November 8th, 2010 at 10:46 AM.
The color, lighting, natural backgrounds and structures give you very well. But I think you need to learn human anatomy.
Sorry for my poor english.
Sean McClain, thanks a lot!)
Greip, Iruko, thanks guys! Yes, I know that I'm full 0 with atatomy, i will be learning soon it, when I find some good lessons.
Last edited by m-e-f; November 14th, 2010 at 01:05 PM.
City concept (~5h) and 2 value trainings.
Long time no updates, some of the new works and studies.
Last edited by m-e-f; April 16th, 2011 at 02:22 PM. Reason: added traditional sketches
some new concepts
i forgot about the sketchbook) so update
Hi there, just wanted to say that your environment work is really great, I love the energy they have. Your environment work is definitly stronger than your figurative pieces at the moment, but I'm sure those skills will develop over time if you keep practising as much as you are now.
lucyjoin652, thanks mate!
Chermilla, thanks, yes, agree with you)
3h speedpaint today
Oh, long time no update! Speedpaints, sketches etc
Sketches after CGMA with James Paick