@Absorber: Thanks, I will do my best!
@Mangix: Thank you, you're right. I tend to make hands and feet too small.
@Jansi:Thank you ever so kindly!
@asa: I appreciate it mate! Thanks for stopping by.
Update on the kassadin sketch... Feels like I already lost some of the movement...
hey Luckers just dropping by for a progress report: Bargue really works wonders for angles! Measuring not so much yet, but I think I haven't done enough. (still on plate 1 haha)
@Mr.Ebony: Thank you kindly
@krysjez: Good to hear, maybe I should try it sometime... It's my worst nightmare, though
I'm posting some unworthy poop, since this is a sketchbook and all..
@Sushy: Thanks, ik zat vorig jaar op de Hanze Hogeschool in Groningen. Ik ben gestopt na het propedeuse jaar.
Update on the Kassadin piece.
Last edited by Luckers; March 3rd, 2012 at 06:15 PM.
@Aka: Thank you
Some new stuff, 2 photo studies and a 30 min spitpaint.
hey hey! nice and expressive quickies, just watch for your proportions, esp on the spitpaint one Kassadin piece is nice, though i think it's still looking flat. pull down the brights on the background or darken the character... make them divided value-wise. Just a thought
As a big sci fi fan, I love the planets on last page!
"A man chooses. A slave obeys."
@Witcrack: Yep, those proportions can be tricky! Sound advice, I am not continuing on the Kassadin piece however.
@Mrkolsyrad: Thanks, they are mostly just fun to do!
Some studies, trying to get back into it.
Two 30 minute Spitpaints.