looking a lot better, i really like the bleeding rose, and your latest portraits are also really good. especially the "i am dr. doom" one. on your character designs some of the anatomy and the perspective looks off, the guy w/ 2 guns his hands are abnormally huge, even if the hands were like right in your face they still wouldn't appear that big, it looks a little like hes wearing those hulk hands toys. but your definitely improving from your earlier stuff, keep studying and keep at it.
Thanks for coming by my book!
Your work has INCREDIBLE imagination to it. Really loving the ideas behind your drawings.
I think you could do to try and darken your shadows (the deepest shadows, at least) a bit more. Get more contrast into your drawings. Also, don't have a dark outline around everything so much, focus on letting your shadows and shapes define form rather than contour lines.
Really cool concepts!
what kind of paint you using? to me it looks like cheap paint- the paint you use will greatly influence the quality you your work.
also if you have never painted b4 you should limit yourself to black and white to start with. color is very complicated and will distract you.
those surreal drawings are cool, did you use ref?
haha, i thoughts youd say that. yeah it is cheap paint, it cost like a dollar, the only thing i can afford as a poor college student lol. oh well i use what i can get my hands on. the surreal drawings, what do you mean by ref?
can't go wrong w/ the turtles.
that last one is real cool, great work on the rendering. all the anatomy of the hands looks in place. keep up the great work
nice stuff. i really like the mad pencil in the last one. its like a character i've been developing for a few years, that my nethandle comes from. that eye on the doodle page is well done as well. the sp is crazy. i like how its all zombiefied. all i can say is for the sp i would push the values a bit more because it still looks kinda flat. keep it up.
i like these last ones a lot especially the last one, good mood set for it, i also like the very minimalistic coloring you did for all of them it fits in nicely w/ the mood and composition set for each on
In terms of linework watch your weight. Make sure there's a clear contrast between dark/hard and light. At the moment you have two values at the most. Contrast is key to good linework (other than purposeful and confident lines) and rendering imo.
Good stuff. Im a big supporter of the surrealism-gore myself.
Thank you perin, im working on getting better at my linework. currently i havent done any life drawings yet, but soon ill start practicing on nude still lifes, maybe thatll get my shading in the right proportions.
lol yea surrealism, Salvador Dali, my greatest inspiration and role model