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Last edited by Bing!; October 14th, 2012 at 08:36 AM. Reason: changing thumbnail
Here's some more stuff, studies and a few concepts.
Last edited by Bing!; June 17th, 2010 at 06:10 AM. Reason: Image update
At work right now, just took care of some stuff for the boss...now i can go back to posting some more stuff... happy days!
Last edited by Bing!; June 17th, 2010 at 08:15 AM. Reason: Need to squeeze one more image in!
wooohoooo... fantastic cartoon characters. I want more!
Malakuko - thanks a lot for being the first to post on my CA sketchbook. I try to paint and draw in as many styles as possible. I teach basic drawing and painting in a college here in Dubai and the rest of the time I do freelance stuff, like illustrations, promotional work and mainly storyboards. what about you? Im gonna take a look at your sketchbook right now!
Ivan - Thanks man. Ill be sure to post some cartoony stuff just for you.
Last edited by Bing!; June 17th, 2010 at 11:38 AM. Reason: used the wrong name
Here are a few more artworks i found on my laptop.
Nice variety of work, keep pushing those skills!
I agree with Ivan, your style and personality really shine in the animation style. Really awesome stuff. keep posting.
Thank you Thank you Thank you!
SKETCH BOOK in need of some comments and critiques please.
Alexson, Vertical and Bolo - Thanks for dropping by guys, really appreciate the encouragement. I officially love CA now, some really great people on here.
I like to see variety. @'s cartoon work is great. Disney like ha? Their motion and expression are really great/ pro. I think you got to sharpen your shadows on the grayscale studies a little bit. Keep updating man!
My Sketchbook ---> http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...42#post3225942
Knut - Thanks for the advice. I think you're right. Will definitely keep that in mind for the next batch i do. Cheers.
Didnt get to draw much today at work.. managed to squeeze out one little sketch. Here it is....
Heres a quick study i did of a masai mara tribes-man. I really need to work on my tone.
Just a random drawing i did at this boring seminar thing...and man this chicks knee is soo dislocated
Thanks alexson, i really do need to get my ass into gear and post more . I promise i'll try harder!
love your stile mannn amazing(:
Here's an epic fail of a speed painting...ugly....
Hey guys, Thought i would get a tonal in today. Heres a step by step.
Hey guys, here's a piece i started working on....any comments and crits would be welcome.
Hey Bing thanks for posting over at my sketchbook, i'm glad i've had a chance to look through you sketchbook - so far is looking really solid! I agree with the others that your characters have an amazing life to them, as your obviously more along the road than me i can't really see anything that i can offer you in terms of a critique, but i shall check back and let you know as soon as i spot something. keep it up!
Here's another crappy speed painting ...and a quick face...
Last edited by Bing!; July 5th, 2010 at 10:47 AM. Reason: adding more images
Here's another set of speedies
More studies. Trying to get a more painterly look...managed to achieve a little bit of that with the cherries....marbles were a fail! Painted the monk to try out some skin tones
Last edited by Bing!; July 12th, 2010 at 09:17 AM.
Some more speedies...about half and hour each
Nice stuff in here, dude! The marbles one looks great in my opinion.
nice understanding of color