Hello everyone! I'm Nasrul hakim,
I am currently working as a concept artist in Shock3D, Malaysia. A freshmen in industry, just started working about 6 months. So from now on, i'll be posting some of my personal artworks or daily sketches as much as i can.
I hope i can improve much faster and getting better at this
Thanks in advance!
Last edited by nerdiesid; October 7th, 2009 at 12:20 PM. Reason: Major UPDATES!
Updates! just trying something different .. vehicle... and yes..my first vehicle concept design.. and im not really sure how to paints metallic objects. c&c are most welcome
Here is some of my previous artworks i did last year
just a little update here, a doodle i did after work..
Great imagination here, the only thing I could say would be to put just a bit of more refined strokes on the first creatures of the post even though I think you did it on purpose to try out some styles
damn good stuff here. moremore!
Those creature designs are fantastic, I'm loving your use of colours, very cool stuff Looking forward to seeing more of your works.
Fuh,sorry for the late update been busy this whole 2 weeks but..here it is...just a liiiiitttleee update i did this morning... as a warmup before i started doing my works
Bill: Hey, thanks bill
Juczpen:for the monster series, it was intended to be a speed painting... and yeah.. i guess i kinda hit the time less an hour for each one of it
Areve: hehe thanks for the waiting i got u a little update now
Jozulus: thankss mate!
Abrodos: Thanks mate!
Hardedge: here come!
a very unique n nice style. jz post few lines about the method n medium used.
keep up the gud work..
Here is another quickie! just about an hour...
Vishnu.Ram.S: hey thanks glad u like it i have some walkthrough in my blog.. well u can check it out
Pyroclasm00:heyy thanks! really like ur anatomical studies
Hey, welcome to CA,,,, cool stuff, dig ur creature stuff. It looks like water color.
The only crit I have for your creature is dont use human anatomy on those four legs creature, use an actual 4 leg creature's anatomy for ref.
I love your creature designs on your opening post, they look sick.
no crits here, just keep them comin.
Bullets, my only weakness.
Man, your environments are amazing!
I really enjoy your style in drawing people, too.
Man, you got mad skillz dood. That Android is totally badass. Nice colors. Maybe a different background will work better with that one. White is just so strong. Like others have mentioned, you've got great environments. That ice bridge one is definitely my favourite. But I like the most are those first ones you posted. The texture on those beasts are fascinating. Did you do it in software program or with traditional tools?
Keeping rockin that shit!
Peetaer: Thanks well, all of it are painted in photoshop or painter, and a little bit of Maya (paint over 3d render )
well here is...a little update from me
and here is another update for today
here is another update hehehe
photoshop cs3 as always
Nobody deserves to be this awesome. Nobody!
Love your work. Techno mech. looks really good so far, though I can tell you mostly do fantasy, because it looks more like something out of Hellgate- more sci-fi armor than a cyborg or robot. Maybe showing a few of those gears or wires could help, or messing with the proportions a bit more?
another doodle for today...right before im off to bed
Psychotrope: *take note* thanks mate i'll give it a try .. when im going for robot/mecha again
Awesome concepts you have there, I like your vivid colors and absolutly love your watercolor like paintingstyle.
I especially like the concept with the tree-like bridge and the two characters walking along, in your first post.
AM-Artist:thanks mate im glad u like it
hello everyone , been busy lately but here i got something new a zbrush doodle! hope u guys like it and c&c are most welcome !!
hello everyone! well here is .. my little studies.. the 30 seconds thumbnails are from posemaniac.com and the nude pose is based on a reference(from the links for nude models) and its took me about 20++ minutes.. and im using the "cutout" technique.. applying a cutout filter to image..to get a much more simpler form
i really really need to study more... :-<