Revidescent: thanks a lot - i love your portraits! yes the tenochtitlan piece was hard work
PeteJ: thanks!! yes i must do more figure studies - i really suck in proportion - man, why i'm so lazy
Etchpa: thanks mh you are right. mostly i use the normal round brush. i dont' knwo why - i will try to change this. thanks for the advice!
and here is no a wip, party time
Last edited by Zauselbart; December 13th, 2012 at 10:14 AM.
Hey Zauselbart ^^ Vielen dank für das overpaint!
You corrected the face from being somehow molten to a nice pretty face. Thanks for that! I certainly do see my errors now.
And hey! Your sketchbook is totally awesome, it's nice to see someone improve that quickly. There isn't anything I could give you advice on right now other than keep going!
Hey, good to see you doing more stuff. Keep it up.
love your stuff man, you remind me of brinkman for some reason... Keep em up .
@purim: cool - that the over painting was help for you - thanks a lot!
@PeteJ: yes i try but is hard to do daily drawings - i must do more drawings!
@yemi775: i really appreciate it. many thanks! do you mean mat brinkman?
a little sketch without ref
man - i must do more studies
Love the greenpeace one! Do gesture drawings man boy i love those!
Yemi775: andrew brinkman is really great - thanks a lot!
Ana Caspćo: many thanks! i will do gesture drawings - i promise
Gpozzo: thanks! man your sketchbook is crazy and your output awesome keep up the good work! yeah i really like both worlds of painting and drawing
portait sketch - i'm not happy, maybe the next time
Holy shit! the colors you used for that character design just made me smile on the inside. Wow keep them coming buddy!
Yemi775 - thanks a lot - yes we keep rocking!
Saran09 - many thanks! i will do my best
so here is a little sketch (with photo ref) 50 minutes with a different brush as usual - not too bad - but sill too slow
update: other portrati study with the same brush 45 minutes
@KateyParr: you have right - i should take the time for studies - the main thing is to learn - thanks a lot!
Last edited by Zauselbart; December 16th, 2012 at 10:30 AM.
Hey man! It's okay to be slow. Once you've 'got it', then you can worry about time. Some people are naturally gifted at being quick. I spend 4 hours on tiny sketches sometimes, but it's okay as long as your learning and something came out of it. Your digitals are looking fantastic and I like your use of brushes. I really love that little tv set and sofa illustration. It's got adorable colours and a homely feel. My favourite!
Flaskpost: Thanks a bunch!! - your sketchbock is just awesome - thanks for stopping by
face study - was a pain in the ass - maybe next time
and 2 minutes figures - i must do more of these
i'm searching a mentor - i'm just too bad
I'd really appreciate any critics and comments - thanks!
Revidescent: thanks a bunch - yes i should take a look by bammes - i'm need more structure in the first phase of painting - try to fix that
here are some airplane sketches: the first are a little older, the last one is from today all with ref, 1h for each
Hey, your sketchbook was really fun to look through. You seem to have an awesome grasp on perspective. The pen sketches of environments on p2 & 3 are great, and the technical drawings (violin, tools, etc.) are insane.
I really like this one: http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1355838767