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Conceptart.org has been an collection of crazy artists and inspiration for me for years now. I decided I need to be more involved with the community and throw myself at the mercy of the talent here. Here is some of my shat, apologies for the massive dump. Oh and comments, crits, suggestions, ideas, anything and everything is welcome. Thanks!
*I have a janaschi and jeff k simpson copy in the following to try to figure our their noses*
A bit of an update! I really need to start getting into the swing of updating my work across the interwebs and not just on my blog. Well thanks for stopping by and enjoy the massive dumpages.
This was the only notepad I had at work to doodle on. My apologies for lined paper X_X
This was a collaboration I did with my great friend Sporkii
And here is one I was working on with leJeanX3:
Yeah, what can I see that has not already been said? Great start indeed.
Some sweet stuff, not everything is really impressing me but good job, i see lots of effort! One thing, girl with roller skates is scaryy...
léJeanX3: Thanks man, I'll do what I can to keep this thing going. Hopefully ill be kicking some more pencil lines and stuff in here
AustenFM: Thanks man, yea I love getting into those really decorative characters. Thanks for stopping by and dropping a comment, it is greatly appreciated.
lancer_idenoure: For some reason CHOW and the conceptart crowd has always been like a big thing for me, but it also seems like a great place to grow Thanks for checking out my stuff!
rumpenstiltzkin: Thanks! I hope to provide much more.
a la bapsi: Hey ya! Where do I know you from? Thanks for coming and checking out my corner of ca.org *motivation recieved*
Star Eater: Thanks for stopping by Star Eater, I'm digging your name and icon!
vivi: Thanks, I really really really appreciate you guys stopping by and checking out my stuff, your feedback and comments helps propel me forward.
hu-ha: Thanks for peeping it and dropping a comment. Hahah is it her proportions?
Last edited by failstar; May 5th, 2011 at 04:59 PM.
Lovely update! I like flow of your poses. Second drawing is awesome, but in third girl's head is too small i think. Keep good work!
I like your expressive lines. I enjoyed looking through your images!
Dude your character stuff is awesome. I really love a lot of your drawings. I think your drawing abillity is topnotch, really. Maybe the painting part isn't keeping the same pace? You could probably spend some time refining that side of the skills for a bit so it's nice and even.
If you have good anatomy foundation and stuff then the painting part won't be too hard I think. That's what it seems like with artists that are better at drawing than painting. Marko Djurdjevic is a great example... he drew a whole fucking lot, and then he just jumped right into painting and it didn't take him long to make sick paintings.
Anyway.. you're doing some great stuff, keep it up! I love what I'm seeing so far.
a la bapsi: Ahh well thank you for that
léJeanX3: Thanks man! Yea I am sure one day I will be sitting around not knowing what to paint, and then go back to those and touch em up Until then, onward Ho!
hu-ha: Thanks Hu-ha, yea her head is kinda small now that its not so fresh in my mind. When I was working on her, I was trying to get this almost gawky teen type feel, but a small head doesn't really help sell that. Thanks for the crit!
Jovian M: Thank you my friend! I am very glad to do it, and honestly I take it as a huge compliment, so thank you very much!
Voodoo_Mama: Thank you, I will try to keep a constant stream of work going for your viewing pleasure!
Wooli: Hey thanks Wooli! I greatly appreciate that
Loathsome: Thanks man! I really appreciate you taking the time to go into it a bit more. You are totally right, my paints are weaker than my pencils, I am trying to balance them out a bit more. Marko was a huge inspiration on my work and even mindset after hearing him talk at a CA workshop years back. His paints really compliment his lines and when they combine it works so well. Definitely something I want to strive for. Also you are correct in the time frame of when these were done. Overall all the work shown here is from the past year or so. But again, thanks I really appreciate your comments and suggestions.
Onward with the new junk:
I am trying to round out my weakness in environments and just exercise more in that field. I feel most of my backgrounds come out with lack of depth, and boring perspective. So hopefully in the future you will see some more interesting ish. If there are any comments, crits, or helpful tips I would greatly appreciate that. I think my shape language in my enviros is very limited and need to experiment more, and not be so timid with things.
That's some top notch work there!!!!!