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I can't remember when I posted the last time in this forum.
It has been quite a while now...
I'd like to share some of my recent sketches and I'm very interested in hearing
your opinion. I mostly work in Photoshop CS2, once in a while I touch Corel Painter. Any kind of feedback is very welcome!
Thanks for viewing!
2-3 hours - C&C3 Fanart - GDI vs. Scrin
4 hours - Imaginative Landscape
4 hours - Futuristic Cityscape - Subaru Ep. III via Meduzarts: www.meduzarts.com
2 hours - Montreal Stadium
2 hours - Mongolian Landscape
3 hours - Abandoned Cathedral: Gothic Rose Window
3 hours - Abandoned Cathedral: Interior
Last edited by I-NetGraFX; October 28th, 2007 at 01:52 AM.
Wow your environments are incredible! Your life drawings seem a bit stiff to me though. I think you should try to be a bit bolder with your strokes and try to concentrate more on getting the figures to look alive rather then the anatomy. I recommend blocking your figures in first with basic shapes with broad strokes and then going in and getting the anatomy and structure down. try to get the your hands and feet in there asap because they are the most important. Those and the face. I like the last one you have the best. it seems to have the most energy and is the most dynamic pose.
yep. environments are great. fee like im right in there. the figure work doesnt spark the same way though--they seem listless.
zerocforever: Thanks for your kind comment! I'm glad you like it!
Garrett Hanna: Thanks a lot for your helpful comment! The first time I went for lifedrawing I realized, how much I actually was in need to practice my drawing skills. As you see I feel more comfortable to do environment. paintings.I'm struggling often to get the right proportions. I got still a long way to go in this direction ...
antquin: Thx for your reply! I totally agree that my life drawings do not match at all my environment paintings. I started with it last year.
Eventhough I do not consider myself skilled on the lifedrawing part, I realized it helped me a lot to improve my painting skills.
zao75231: I have a videotutorial on my website: www.inetgrafx.com in the download section, including my photoshop brushset. I hope that helps.
Awesome! Great enviroments! I love those Abandoned Cathedral Interior!
"Imagination is more important than knowledge..."
dsg, Thalion: Thanks for your kind comments!
RandAlThor, Rist: Thanks for your reply! For the trees in the environment, I basically painted just three versions of the tree and cloned them over the place. The good side of it, it went really fast, the downside of it, of course the repetitions. It would have taken me way longer if I would have individualized each tree for itself! Thanks for the helpful note!
Haven't had much time for personal stuff lately.
Since I had to paint a lot at work, I often didn't felt like painting stuff at home. Maybe I'm just a bit demotivated lately
Anyhow I painted something very quick this evening, since I was kinda locked at home. ... friggin snowstorm in montreal.
I don't even know how much snow fell today. Maybe something like 60 centimeters within 12 hours?
I got somehow inspired by this white stuff and had to do something out of it ..
Watching my janitor carving labyrinthic ways thru the snow with a "souffleuse" and knowing I'll be back in Austria for skiing. I thought I might combine those two ideas to a conceptart
Some facts about it:
Software: Photoshop CS2
Hardware: Wacom Intuos 2 A4
Snow: 60 centimeter
Temperature: -20 (a.k.a. minus fu$%)
Time: 57 minutes, with saving and exporting exactly 1 hour.
Tutorial: will follow, since I recorded my self for educational purposes
Cool to see you here...
I knew your work from another site...
Always big fan of your enviros...
You deserve the 5 stars rating...
Cant wait to see more...
Count me as your fan from this moment onward. Incredible environments - the details are mesmerizing, and they have atmosphere. Heck, I got inspired to download Photoshop CS2 thanks to this thread ( I have been using Corel Painter X ), and I am going to check out your videos and brush-sets from your site.
Can't wait to see more.
Hi. Nice to see you on CA as well..
Great works as always...
Have a nice day..
Towarlock, Creatinity, Arthe Xavier and Dekus: Thanks a lot for your kind comments!
I've uploaded a new screen capture of following speed painting on my website
in the tutorial section or download section: www.inetgrafx.com
2 hours, Photoshop CS2