awesome tips. worded thoughtfully for the experienced and not alike
Alex Eh- of course, I am glad others can enjoy my work and imagination!
I have been working to implement some new painting techniques; trying to attain a certain feel in the solidity of the subject, and get a particular type of aesthetic... this is just a work in progress here; I feel like I learned a bit so far and am encouraged by some of the realizations that have come out of it-
it has been a pleasure going through your sketchbook, love your style, keep em coming!
SKETCHBOOK -> http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...=195781&page=9
Those last few images are really cute! Very nicely executed as well.
I'm also loving your environments, and characters.
And the tips of the day? Little gems!
Basically, everything here is awesome keep it up!
Sir,your art's magical..
Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.
Don't aim for success if you want it; just do what you love and believe in, and it will come naturally.
Thanks everyone for the encouraging words!
I will try and add some more tips, though it can be tricky coming up with new ones. There is only so much to say about the tool, plus the really good stuff is more about the theory. That said, I do think it can be pretty useful to see ways to do things that may open the doors to creating something that you otherwise would never even have attempted.
Its prob just the hair, but all i see is hitler in that last one.
AMAZING sketch Book! I'm throwing 5 stars your way!!
LOVE LOVE LOVE it all.
J: Don't call my escorts hookers.
B: Mom's still got it!
J: I don't date whores!
L: This objectification of women has to stop!
M: It's just mom and whores...
My Sketch Book
I'm loving these updates. Your thread is fun to watch, but even more important is that I am learning a lot from it.
really cool styles. Really really inspiering!
Thanks to everyone who has stopped by!
A couple of very fast shape/environment exercises-these were made by overlaying cut up parts of other images, and drawing random shapes with the pen tool in Photoshop. At some point I might use these to make something more finished...