chevy28360 - Thanks :D
I'm gonna upload a couple "new" things, and then I'm going on another break but when I'll be back and this time I'll share more concept - less illustration ;), because I really wanna improve on that branc, characther design, envrioments, etc
but for now:
holly jesus!!! i'm speechless.
This stuff is amazing.
You have a fan.
Glorious thread. So enjoying your work. More!
EduM - Thanks a lot! really appreciated
skullsquid - Great to hear that :D I'll try not to disappoint!
Waipunga - I will update more frequently from now on, its good to put stuff here, getting advices and improving :)
some new stuff:
Painted this one, not entirely convinced, I'm trying not to overdo things, but still it was good for testing on that jelly/alien body and some light/color things
Also a practise on illumination, totally ficticious of course, candelight doesnt work like that :p
totally in love with your style :D
Saw these on your dA. Love that first one!
thewandererjourney: Thanks a lot!
phiq : Yeap I usually upload everything everywhere then when I remember... I upload here aswell,
the good thing is here I usually get critiques which is awesomely helpful
Now some more studies and sketching, I'm back to studying and improving/learning the basics!
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Nice update! Just wondering though; how do you feel about your painting/rendering skills? While I have noticed an overall improvement, I've also noticed that you've really hung onto your favourite colours pretty much all the way through; namely the pinks, and many are quite saturated. I'm not sure, but perhaps it could be holding you back there a bit, assuming of course that you wish to render more effectively in a traditional sense. In the same area, you also hang onto the linework; have you ever thought of "transcending" the lines completely, smothering them? Lines are essential in my mind, but lines in a finished piece can result in more of a flat look. I love your lines, but using them purely in the structural sense will still allow them to shine. Perhaps some exercises in monotone focusing on value will help. I can't argue with stylistic choices, but it all depends on what you're trying to achieve, where you'd like to grow. And I do like your style, by the way ;)
wow, some cool freaky design here, love em
sorry, don't have any advice
Cant give any useful advice as Im far behind you in terms of skill but your characters look amazing.
Keep posting :D