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that acrylic painting is awesome, love all the different colors you used in the background.
http://attachments.conceptart.org/fo...1&d=1296334525 this is also a very strong image. Okiedokie, keep rockin.
i really like the last one you did with the bunny woman. to improve on it, you could morph the right buttock some more as it pushes against her heel, making the form feel softer and more pliable.
i like your diverse set of line types as well. post more~
@Teundeboer - Thanks, glad you like both of them. I will probably move the tree one to acrylic as well.
@Catish - yeah, good point. I will put more attention to physics when I decide to go on a bigger canvas with it. I was more focused on color study this time.
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first image in your second post, the long red haired girl, is especially strong - I like your style. The traveller walking down the tree a couple of posts ago is fantastic as well. Keep at it man!
my sketchbook <- feel free to point and/or laugh.
nice 2001 screen cap! just before sunlight hits TMA-1 for the first time in billennia...
sb most art copied to page 1
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your style of legs is sexxy
It's been really interesting looking through your sketchbook. Everything you have is nice and varied, in terms of mediums, subjects, etc- but definitely your style shows through.
So, nothing to crit, just hope you keep on posting.
@Vablo - I recently discovered that 2011 is the year of the rabbit. There must be something in the air that led me to draw those few rabbits
@surus - Thank you
@Naidy - I am glad you spent nice time looking through my SB. I think I am on a good path as far as you can spot some style shows through. Hope to see you around later too. Thanks.
nice updates! What I like most is actually the sketches. I am a sucker for graphite so its good to see that strong foundation of skills in here. Just keep doing what you're doing!
@ ThomasM - A sucker for graphite? Haha, yeah your SB shows something in that vein... Thanks man.
A quick one I made today. Acrylic on board, pretty bold colors. I like the way I can look at it at various portrait/landscape rotation angles without loosing the subject of it or it's meaning. I can even emphasize the impact of the view doing so. Want to experiment with that by purpose since I just dioscovered it accidentaly.
Hot dang, what a fun sketchbook! I think we're using the same size mini book at the moment, i just wish mine had half as many cool images in it as yours does. I admire the handle you have over your style as well, you can easily transition from cartoony to semi-realism and still create a strong image.
Great imagination, i'll be back for more sparks of inspiration soon!
haha that monkey really made me laugh. Great stuff! I like that painting above too - the paint and brushstrokes are really interesting. Again, no crits because you are creating such imaginative stuff!
@AustenFM - good to know that. I often wondered how other artists see my images style-wise. I really can't categorize myself... or usually doing it wrong
@ThomasM - haha, yeah some zoology, right? Thanks!
Quick screencap study for today in step-by-step. The Vertigo piece done in Painter mostly with standard Rake pen.
i love your use of movement in ur character sketches dude, very fluid work, great job
This is a 3D study for new acrylic painting based on this http://attachments.conceptart.org/fo...1&d=1296334525 sketch. It's just a rough reference for the light, perspective and composition so I believe I will tweak it further on canvas.