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ok your obvious strenght is your vehicles.. keep going with that.. there's so many character guys already out there.. consider putting them in environments now..
cool stuff man.
Like this thread :::: good variety : very consistent quality : will keep checking once in a while
Nice lines, I think I'm partial to your mech stuff. Keep it coming.
"absorb what is useful, discard what is useless, and keep what is essentially your own." - Bruce Lee
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I'm loving it. Last post is amazing. You got some great vehicules too. I'll keep an eye on this thread.
Hi Camillo, I think you've got a good imagination, but you need to focus, you're all over the place at the moment, with vehicles, characters etc.
Each one deserves its own study, and each is a markedly different field in its own. I see that you're alright at all, but you're not a master of any - characters are creative, but lack realistic anatomy and perspectives, the vehicles are also creative, but basic foundation such as drawing the elipse properly in perspective is also off.
I think you should set out a study time table for yourself to get better at one thing at a time, such as human anatomy, dynamic posing, then onto interactions, then character designs. For vehichles, understand perspective to a t, understand autoforeshortening and vehicle quick sketch techniques, then learn how to design in perspective. I recommend Scott Robertson's books or dvds for this.
Lots of potential, but you need more solid foundation.
Very strong thread going here <> especially the transports
hey guys thanks for the comments.
Magicman Thanks for the crit. I do need to practice a hell of alot more. I am way better than this.
Mike Correrio thanks for wishing me a happy birthday. I've been looking at your stuff from time to time and they are getting better and better each time.
Wow, your figures have very dynamic poses, that's very nice! But I'd like to see some more vehicles, too. I could imagine you'd rock at industrial environments!
Increable pics guy!!!!!
haah! I really like your ideas! we need colour, colour and more colour