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Hey guys, i'm Mauricio Marinho (this name must be difficult to pronounce in english) 19 years old, and i finally decided to post something to have some critiques after reading this http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=145606
I think i've take so long because of the high level of work that i see here, my ones sucks, so that's why. But, anyway, i'll be posting my drawings and see if you wanna spend some time criticizing it, if you do, thanks a lot, i really apreciate it.
That's it, i hope you don't like it (and say why.)
Last edited by mauriciomarinho; February 4th, 2012 at 11:28 AM. Reason: Should lead to wrong interpretations.
hi i think you have an ineresting style but i think you need to work more on putting more life into your characters faces they seem a little bit robotic, you should google andrew loomis he has alot of good art books that i think will help you alot
My Sketchbooke http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=236283
I agree with you, their faces really looks a bit stiff. I'm reading one of his books, "Creative Illustration", didn't finished yet.
Judging from what I have seen so far, you have a good grasp on anatomy, proportions, and character design. However, I would suggest that you work on your gestures/poses.
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Thanks for the tip. You guys really see a lot of things that i somehow totally missed, that's great.
Some more sketches and a illustration (that took some time), feel free to critique.
Nice start. A bit early to crit, but be great to see some action poses and more dramatic lighting
Dig the ART disease piece. Really nice idea behind the it, hope to see more. Keep it uuup!
I will work on that, my biggest concern is about lighting and colors, i don't think they look good right now, i'm gonna make it better, maybe more contrast would be fine. Thanks.
Tought it would be difficult to see, but i've made a little text on the screen, i wanted it to be without that, then just with visual clues the viewer would identify the idea. But i thought it was a bit unreadable, i will work on it, maybe without text would be better. Thanks
Hey again. Finished Loomis's first book (in chronologic sequence) "Fun with a pencil".
Below are some studies of it, a resized painting that has been posted earlier, some other studies
and a hand study, even been a little old, that i actually like.
That's why is really important to have critiques on that type of thing,
i may be not seeing what's wrong
Last image is a 3D model that i'm working on, about 5 hours of modelling, going for the painful part:
RIGGING! ... . I enjoy doing lighting on the other hand...
I will not stop studying drawing, it was just modeled to have something else on my mind, copying
the drawings were starting to get boring, so i thought that would be a good idea to forget it for a day or two.
Again, if you want to criticize, thank you and i haven't forgot those who have commented so far, i'm reading
through their sketchbook, but they have a looot of stuff, i will be criticizing (read: helping to grow) there soon.
Finally posting something new. I now have a full time job, so i don't have more that precious lot of free time that i had. But anyway, just trying to draw something everyday (:
Any kind of criticism would be awesome, thanks.