Concepts of Avatar characters in my style. The inking processes was inspired by another artist and that is just a regular Airbender, not Aang. :>
Chowder image I’m working on, trying out some new techniques with fur. All I have to do is figure out how make the tufts more fur-like. Critique on my fur process would be awesome.
AI logo for the store at my school, or at least the character anyways. I'm trying to become more loose with anatomy and not as stiff. Tell me what you think!
Aaand a “quick study” (3 hours) of a Bulgarian boy from a NG magazine. I'm trying to do more facial variation and expressions. Normally when I draw people they're expressionless. xD So critiques on my progress would be very helpful. And I've noticed the shading on his nose doesn't seem right, or at least to me.
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Mostly working up the fur now, after looking at my cat and some other images I've learned how to make the tufts and tail seem more realistic. I'm new at doing paintings on photoshop, so any critiques would be awesome!
I would also like tips on how to make Chowder's right arm not seem pasted, I've been having issues with that. I realize his right leg is off as well, he's supposed to be tilting back to avert her, and the plane of perspective doesn't match in his tilt, I know. ^^; Any crits?
dang!! haha, youre SO good! i love the colors and lighting that you use.
you definitly need to put links for your sketchbooks in your signature, i had to go to your profile to find them.
anyhoo, keep it up!
Incessant Doodlings of a Wandering Mind (my sketchbook)
"Avoidance of what you can't draw well doesn't stimulate growth." -Cory Trego-Erdner
"Only the mediocre are always at their best."-Jean Giraudoux