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the comp is going somewhere but sadly there no focal point to them just needs a little more light to them
Nice thumbs men, it might help you besides capturing the overall placement and values on your studies to analyze the images a little bit more and detail to make it more understandable. Your human figure studies are looking good, keep them coming
Very nice paintings, your portraits are looking very strong. This one is really really cool
neck might be a bit small though.
The forearms have inconsistent sizes and lengths on the last painting BTW, mainly the the right arm is a bit minuscule even considering foreshortening . And on the one on the right, his neck doesn't connect into the torso and the torso doesn't quite connect into the pelvis either, have you tried flipping it? I do love the head though, it's a great face.
This and this are really kick ass BTW. The concepts are fantastic.
Oh yeah, good luck with finding a job. I've been trying for some time too.
Hey Sanders, I'm loving your studies. Your concept work looks really good too!
Aaron_ - Cheers man, yeah i see what your saying, i need to trace the underlying structure on a new layer maybe. Oh and thanks for making me remember about that concept of the homeless guy, i quite liked that and meant to finish but just got distracted as usual. Thanks buddeh.
Eugates - Thanks du' means a lot!
Sweet work man, i find some of your pieces are so very strong, and then some seem so rushed which is such a shame because they have so much potential!
I enjoyed the character designs of the "level 1, 2 and 3" military dude, i think that was creative, would have been nice for perhaps a colour scheme change?
like level 1 could be plain brown clothes, by lvl 3 or higher u cud have camo gear, and some extra equipment actually visible ( a gun, knife showing etc) to show that he becomes more versatile and skilled! Still, i need to do more Design myself haha!
Sweet sketchbook either way
Woah a huge step in improvement your portraits have great depth, texture and value to them only downside is some of your figures look a little flat just add some more depth to them and you got it
Hey, your faces and your still life's are coming along nicely. Keep pushing that grayscale bro!
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NEW SKETCHBOOK -- http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...40#post3743640
OLD SKETCHBOOK: http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...25#post2543225
Cool stuff here! Your portraits are quite nice
One thing I see in all your work is an inattentiveness to edges. I think if you worked on just this one area your paintings would jump in quality really drastically. Take a read through here:
Hope that helps! Anyhow, keep up the hard work dude!
"Complacency is the womb of mediocrity. " -- Jason Manley
"If you always put limits on everything you do, physical or anything else, it will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there, you must go beyond them." -- Bruce Lee
you're talanted when it ocmes down to portraits
Thanks Andrew, yeah i get what your saying about edges. thanks homes.
Undon - Thanks dude, now's all i need to do is get talented at everything else lol. But i need to get better at portraits as well before i can count myself any good.
Master study, thumbs for EOW and an update close-up of my wip clown thang.