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I just started getting rid of some of my excessive artbook collection on Amazon, first sale today yay . Mostly a brand studio press double order and a few other bits and bobs that I haven't looked at in ages.
Attachment 953154wip. trying some full body stuff again, goddamn I've left this stuff too long.
hm either 1 or 2 imo. full body's from...new zealand workshop? right? looks really good when unfocused...now to work on that rendering.
cheers Carni my personal choice I think is number 1, and yes you are correct go get a cookie from the clever jar. Did a fair bit of fettling on that study but my computer had a shit fit and dumped it.
p.s. U.K. people, just plonked some Dolor comics on Amazon, they aint half bad, Nic Klein, Min (Bumskee) Yum, Cody (Strych9ine) Tilson and Jens Classens to name a few, contributed to them.
hah,i think hands and feet are everyone's cross to bear. i usually go about trying to understand the underlying principles/muscles etc.,but it's still hard,esp. in perspective.
i'd say they look ok on the right figure.
number 133 Attachment 962654 painted, printed, woven, fettled, uploaded.
hey Carni yeah you're right, the main issue I have with them is when I try to draw them in line instead of shading as I go, I can't seem to keep the idea of form in my head very well.
Last edited by young paddy1; May 31st, 2010 at 08:29 PM.
love this arachnid creatures in the post #1197... All your plain ink work is always supa strong, the same than the photo manipulation. Definitely you have a great talent for the graphic design, please keep working hard on this!
The illustration isnīt one of your strongest points but itīs a pleasure to see your efforts working in this direction, so again, keep up the good work man!