Everything I;m posting has been used before, so its ok to post.
I haven't updated this thing in a year or 2. I;ll try to update more.
above:charcoal on 18x24 newsprint
The Zelda image is pretty big, its about the size of the potraits, about 18x24.
Last edited by omegaman20; October 26th, 2007 at 01:22 AM. Reason: No reason
Like how you handler form very much :::: Looks like you might have looked at GV's teachings at some time or other!
Love your understanding of volumes/shading/rendering
Is this A3 format?
Wait for update...
A3 format means a sheet of paper in the size DinA3 (29,8 x 42cm)
Isn`t "format" a english/american word?
wow those portraits amazing. I envy your pencil technique
You got the goods! portraits are strong!
These are awesome portraits!
What i wanted to ask is, if you work on A3 or A4 paper.
But seeing that you drawings are done in a sketchbook
it will be DinA4.
Could you describe how you do the renderings?
great work man! Those portraits are hitting the mark. If you could bring some of that richness of the charcoal into your creatures you would be unstoppable. But your critters are fantastic, I really love that they are sort of gross and funny at the same time, like they are so over the top in their nastniess that they are humorus. Awesome awsome drawings!
nice bunch of sketches. i really like the portraits.
cool beans to you...my friend.
sKeTcHbOoK update page3 (scroll to the bottom of page)
Thats some awesome work
Sketch book #1 pld:
Wow,awesome pencils,man!!!!Stars from me!!!!Here you go!
Those first two portraits are beautiful, omegaman20. I like your other stuff, too. But it looks like your portraits are a lot stronger. I can't wait to see you pump out some more. Also maybe some figure drawing? I would love to see you do some long poses, I bet they would look great. peace, bro, and thanks for the words in my book.
Awesome work, i love it, there is a small critique that i see, altough im no expert, but take for example the last image in the first post, check the angle of the chest and the angles of the planes in the right arm of the monster, should they have different values?, i thin you make this mistake on your other works too, making things look more plain that they should, as if they where reliefs, i dont know though, im no expert, they look awesome anyway, keep posting!.
Thanks for the encouragement, great stuff. That is quite the break from updating What is your most recent work on here?
I think this one http://i60.photobucket.com/albums/h3...an20/gooo2.jpg has great potential. The guy in the top right feels distracting and the explosion is a bit too hidden?
That's some tight work with those faces, man. I love the expressiveness and the shading on them. Your colors are great on the monster and if only some of your pictures didn't have broken links, I'll love to see the rest. Thanks for also dropping by and commenting on my SB.