some creepy child molester types
Looking good man, Keep it up.
just got vyle's gnomon dvd
inspired me to do this.... havent had a chance to absorb the teachings fully yet need a few more viewings....
just had to play with the brushes he made!
this is going to get painted over in corel this is just the linework thought id throw it out
its my friend charry
pretending to be an orgasim fairy\ really she was
thats not even made up....
more maya silly time
supposed to be a toy with a head in it....lol
i want to get z brush and get into human modeling.then export to maya for animations
is that possible?
well she is finished.... i think could use some crits on this
only like eight or nine more paintings to go for my show.
just got process recess 2
i got the chance to do an interview and a few followup phone calls with james jean about a year ago.
really good guy , humble and sincere.
pr2 is amazing.
also got ashley woods 48 nudes. also a great coffee table book!
thanks for the words sweks! god its scary comming to the end of my college life! but i know i can do some amazing stuff in concept design for video games
im excited about building a concept design portfolio after my senior show. i cant wait to draw out crazy creatures sexy ladies big guns wild environments ect ect....
here is a close up of the charry pic
i started using the clone brush in corel with the oil brush settings on
Nice progress your making, really like your pencils they stand out to me more then anything else. Seems like your getting a good grasp of anatomy as well. The only thing I can see would be give yourself a mix of not just the speed paints but focus on some foundation stuff as well. Such as lighting studies, perspective, and proportions. Its funny I'm in a similar position as you. I'm Really the only in my school that is focusing toward Conceptart and Illustration where my school is mainly focusing on 3D Modeling & Graphic Design, and Basic Art foundation. I'm graduating in December as well, and just recently the past year I've push my self and decided what I wanted to do, CA has helped me greatly. Keep updating.
i cant decide what to do with my work... i really like my pencil drawings but i hate the time it takes to scan! i could see my self doing more complicated work with pencil then scaning it in and doing my paintings on top (ala marko....) but i dont know....
there is definatly something missing in the work im doing right now...
im learning maya real basic stuff but i could see using it in 2d stuff too. (ala viag...)
all i know is that i am learning a lot right now and its fun to see how rapid my art is changing.
i will post some fresh figure drawings this monday night. havent been to a figure class in a few months and it shows!
i gotta get into a few chows too!
i want attention! lol
im 22 years old and by the time im 26 i want to be in a place where i am at the front of the pack but still and always learning
so here i am at 22 about to graduate, scared shitless. praying that i can get a job before my lease runs up in may so i can move out of here and find a new place to call home.
lots of painting and drawing to do in the meantime!
thanks for the words yautja
figure drawing session on monday... felt a bit rusty but my old drawing professor was there and said that she liked these drawings beter than what i could do back two years ago. meh....these are my 10 minute poses from monday nights session
these are all cropped weird. i had rasterstitch on the old computer but lost the serial # for it.... anyone know a good free stitching program?
ps- ive learned so much in maya this week i hope to show it in a week or two
im working on a shorthand 3d that combines with digital painting to create rather interesting environments. it will slow my process a bit but i think that the pros will outweigh the cons
I'm jealous of the beautiful female faces you draw from your mind. Pretty, pretty, pretty. Nice work man, cool clean figure drawing style going.
Hey man, nice work. I actually like this one a lot, I think you learn a lot from stuff where you just go for broke. Stuff like that intense red in the face and the subtle yellow on the neck are nice. Doing a lot of quick stuff like that will teach stuff that laboring over one long piece won't.
Keep it up with figure drawing. Try and get the whole figure in and try not to avoid the hands and feet. I like where you're committing to one line like on the top shoulder in this one instead of using a bunch of lines to "find" the shape.
Keep it up man!
eon- when i draw a woman's face i tend to rely on all the wrong shortcuts i learned as an aspiring comic book artist. i idolized j scott campbell back when i was a kid. i still think his work is amazing but i can also see his shortcommings. most comic book artists tend to learn about drawing from studying comics at some point in their development... creating a sort of mannerist interpretation of what the human form should look like. stylizing from a style rather than real life. i suffer from that here and there but im trying to break the habbit.
andy p- thanks for the look and the comments! im a big fan of your illustrations! the searching line is something ive had to deal with since i started drawing. my high school art teacher tried to change my multiple line over line technique but gave up after awhile. maybe next monday night ill do some continuous line drawings for warm ups. continuous line drawings are my favorite!
so i got my gallery space designated for my senior show! 60 ft of wall.
should be interesting.
posting a few thumbnail black and white drawings for an experiment im doing with maya and rendering to speedpaint. should up the quality of my work (i hope)
also going to pinback in milwaukee next tuesday. i dont know if you know this band but they are worth checking out.
i got into their music during a rough time in my life. i was having panic attacks everyday for almost a year. over nothing at all just total panic all the time. their soft melodies, quirky base and lyrics helped me get through a lot of the panic and fear that i was feeling at the time so that i could live my life the way i wanted to.
check them out.
well i should be sleeping as i have a final tommorow for my eight week phy ed credit i had to take before i graduated. sort of lame so i dont care if i go in all sleepy eyed.
first is a sketch that i want to turn into one of the more complicated paintings.
the second is a brush test that went freakn out of control
tell me what u think.
ill have some pencils up tommorow
You will be in around four posts. There is good progression in these and you obviously put enough work in man. Keep this up. The high contrast black and whites have a good amount of detail as well. Keep this up.
Oh and If you have anytime could you check out my sketcbook?
hey looks like you are working hard...and i can see you are developing
you are getting nice contrast, your colors just have a habit of getting muddy
i think that might have to do with the opacity you are using as well as the blending
i like the last few, especially the girl in b/w
keep updating man! you are well on your way!
Last edited by dadushin; November 8th, 2007 at 05:17 AM.
bout finished with the head of this dragon.
gah.... i hate going by tutorials but its the only way i can learn this stuff
spazazo- ur work is kicking into gear really early. u will be awesome thanks for the comments
dadushin- checked ur stuff . awesome style man and good crit on the colors in my landscapes. i get too excited sometimes and start jumping around in my palette. gotta get it under control.