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so. I want to update this daily. feel free to leave critiques! I thrive on them! my college right now is not pushing me to the skill that I thought it would,but man o man has concept art been doin the trick. leave comments! I love to hear what people think.
and thanks for taking the time to look!
Last edited by moosepaws; July 6th, 2009 at 03:46 PM.
the one in the middle is a mechanical fish bat......just incase anyone wondered
the coffee lizard is so cute looking forward to seeing what else you contribute!
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here's a few more. teh first is just compiled anatomy studies. the second is a work in progress of a character that Im still developing. the third is her again in sketch form. and then another figure study.
so glad you like it! I'm new to conceptart.org and I don't seem to get alot of replies so I can never tell what people think
so. lets see. we have a cartoony jack rabbit. my character lil dracula attacking a lady, and a fish with a nose ( which for some reason i always find funny)
I think camel's are the most amazing animals. so I figured I'd try my hand at digitally painting one. I included images of the process. enjoy!
here are a few simple things. a digitally painted hand of teh statue of david, and a little creature that popped into my head that I like to call the mechanic.
I'm going to post more of my life drawings but it involves scanning and....thats aaaalll the way downstairs. I don't know if I should be posting my things in some other form than replies. still getting used to the forums.
worked my way down to the scanner....while I was stuck hom sick to my stomache. enjoy!....I hope
hi ho. as Kermit would say. I thought Id do a quick color of Mr. large mouth before I hit the hay. I post the steps not to show off....but so some wise more knowledgeable artist out there can maybe correct my process.
..I hope you like him...btw...what is this weird bug eyed rabbit icon that I add to everything? I dig it...but I have no idea if it means anything
Obviously Ive wanted to update more than I have been able to lately. but school is back on so my own work has taken a bit of a back seat. However my dad and my brother were watching Jurassic park today, and I was interested in how beautifully done the dinosaurs were so I thought Id do a quick digital sketch of one. here you go. I really will try and update more. I have some sick drawing classes this quarter and she be improving a mile a minute
Good work so far, creature and character designs are excellently done. Keep up the good work.
remember it's not the classes that will improve your art, but
how much you dedicate yourself to the classes that will reward
you in the end. do those assignments like there's nothing in the
world more important than them! ;] you'll reap like crazy.
i love your characters and see that you have practice cartoons
a lot in your past. though the anatomy and human form are a struggle for you.
do many studies of the human form. any study you do will only improve your
cartoon characters. that is if you fear that working on anatomy will take
away from your cartooning skills. it won't! you'll only progress and learn
even more ways to progress.
all in all, never stop drawing! draw everyday non-stop! you want to work
that brain muscle of yours to the max so that it's strong! feed it with
inspiration of other artists and good book information (ie. loomis, bridgman, etc).
it's just like another muscle in your body. learn color theory, line work, and
every in and out of art and ultimately practice your butt off! only then will
you succeed in your own way. ;]
keep up the good work and we're all in this together! ;D
gah! I kno. too long since Ive posted last. but my physical sketchbook is very new and already 2/3rds full. it's just getting to the scanner that's keeping me from posting here. thanks for hanging in there!
just to give you something, these are some very rough starting sketches for a latex sculpted mouse puppet that is in the making. favorites anyone?
man those mice look crappy. ha ha. but the puppet is turning out very well. I will post a picture of it here when I'm finished. meanwhile in case you haven't been catching my thread in the critique center here is my work in progress for the new born competition.
thanks all......or anyone who actually takes the time to read this tiny thread.
I think their adorable, and so weird looking I decided to speed paint one. here he is. enjoy.
your animal characters are just beyond adorable ! they are so full of personality - great work! i like your lines in your sketches but i think you need to be a bit bolder with hatching. as with colours , too ; in your digital works the characters still have their personality but the brushstrokes feel somewhat constrained - don't be afraid to experiment; you already have wonderful skill; it can only get better with more practice of all sorts ; all the best
thank you! I agree...I get very timid when it comes to color and shading I will work on that
here are some scans of different sketches, from 2008, to the present. enjoy! (hopefully)
wow, I love your particular style, so much that im subscribing. The lizard is very vibrant in color and I like that. Your way of drawing figures is interesting and out of the norm. Good stuff. Can't wait to see more!
so. tho I haven't posted any here, I've had a blast in kinetic anatomy lately. the human form is ...probably the funnest thing in the world to draw. However, since once again I am denied access to a scanner, I have only one thing to post here, just an illustration I've been working on. Ill return soon with some real art. thanks for tooning in....anybody.
as always feel free to leave comments or suggestions.
wishing you all the best.
I love your sketch drawings, I can see a finished piece with the elephant and that other animal.
my digital painting skills are not what they should be. so I decided to paint a rhino head, trying to get better at detailing. it's not done yet, but here's what I have so far.