I'm glad there's a sketch section now. I always was hesitant to post any of this stuff in the finished section and i didn't think they fit in the I need help section. Just an ecclectic collection of creature sketches lifted from the pages of several of my art school sketchbooks. they're about 7 months to a year-and-a-half old. Definitely not as beautifully drawn as K Chen's sketches, but I still kinda like 'em. Comments always welcome...
Last edited by McNallyism; October 16th, 2002 at 04:30 AM.
woah!!! very impressive!
someones been busy
Great stuff, Sean. Thanks for showing them to us. Inspirational work.
oh cool! great stuff!
WOW!!!! These are SO wicked! Very inspirational. Lets see some of them finished.
Wow, nice work!!
I really like the loose line and the amount of character and life you gave to the characters. Good expressions and body gestures
awesome! great ideas and variety :thumb:
:cool: I just went blind!
Hey guys, thanks a lot. I'm glad you like them! It's my pleasure to be able to share them with you.
wow! these are all totally awesome! very nice work sean, I love the rendered ones
... wow, these sketches are so cool, with some great ideas!
YOU GET NO "WOW" FROM ME FOOL! ;P (just kiddin, I know sean)
where's the new ones Mr. Graduate!?
good to see your stuff up FINALLY!
SO WHEN DO YOU LEAVE FOR BLUR???
Last edited by JoshuaTheJames; October 27th, 2002 at 09:17 PM.
I like all the different kind of anatomy, this is very impressive. You must have look at animals for hours, don't you ?
Well I think you have your place at the Lucasfilm studios )
A lot of those drawings could have been in the Artbooks of episode 1 or 2
its times like these i wish i had the mutant ablities of rouge from the x-men......
Great work ...:whoa:
thanks again, everyone for your respnses! Yeah animal anatomy is a big part of designing creatures, as anyone will tell you, although I don't necessarily spend enough time at the zoo studying it. Josh, I'm shooting to be in Venice the first of November. A lot still to do before then...
cool im shooting to be in my new apartment by the 1st! it is right acrossed from Ewart's. it has been fixed up and look pretty decent. also it doesn't smell like rat infested dog! ew!
Last edited by JoshuaTheJames; October 27th, 2002 at 09:18 PM.
Looking great! I'm doing a lot of these type of things myself (for ThunderDome atm.), but after seeing yours I realize that I must vary my designs more. I'm kind of stuck with doing overly muscular things. I must dare to draw those scrawny and fat bits too!
Last edited by Prometheus|ANJ; October 20th, 2002 at 02:11 PM.
Jamen jag tror att han skäms, och har gömt sig. Vårt universum det är en av dom otaliga spermasatser som Herren i sin självhärliga ensamhet har runkat fram för å besudla intet.
WOW! truely amazing! unlike many artists (including myself) you arent stuck with just the human or one or two animal anatomies, you run the whole gambit and do them all well. fantastic how you can wrap your brain around the forms and understanding of the anatomy so easily and so well.
Absolutely inspiring! I have a question for you......I read in another thread of yours that you were at the Columbus zoo...you didn't just graduate from CCAD did you?
(My alma mater ) :rock:
Thank you very much, Prometheus, itchi, and Salty! Yes, I am, in fact, a recent graduate of CCAD's illustration major. Its great to see fellow alumni here in the forums! I was introduced to the wonders of the Columbus Zoo through my rapid sketch classes with Prof. Ron Tardino. It seems like everybody who ever went to CCAD had class with him at one point or another, so you probably have had the same experience. So far you, me and Joshua the James are the only CCADers that I know of on these boards, although there are *ahem* others who SHOULD be posting...
Hahaha! Good ole' Tardino....Is he still wearing his trademark leather vest?
I have fond memories of CCAD, most of those being Hazelrig's 3D classes......alas it seems an eternity ago!
hmm hee hee...
i'm in Hazelrig's 3D class right now and it seems like an eternity since i stepped into the class room this semester... i just sculpt at home... hmm i think Tardino was wearing that vest on tuesday....