This is where the head hauncho wanted me to stop, and I'm not all that interesting continuing it anyway. On to bigger (mammoth, in fact) and better things!
Eric Quigley, as you know I'm impressed by your works and I'm very glad to have you in our team. Really awesome work mate! Keep up the good work !!
All the best
I'm guessing... Marco? What's up man. As you can see, and have seen, this project is providing me a great way to work on newer things, and finish what I start more.
Thanks Ramalooke, it's mastodon time.
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Gangl- the "crowning of emod" thing? It was uhh... far too advanced for me, I learned. I'm going to try again later... but right now I need to just finish stuff. If I started that it never would have gotten finished. I'm glad you like the Stone Age stuff, I'm having a TON of fun doing it. Oddly enough, I've developed some finishing drive here .
Ramalooke- thanks man . I should just turn him into a robot!
ill sketchbook man keep pushin the limit!! love the one with the man shooting a gun with a us flag on the leftside, i love the way you painted the flag! great work
I just wanted to pop in here and thank you for all your posts in the critique section- they are really helpful and I enjoy seeing your own progress at the same time- the new scetches on the mammoth look awesome! Keep it up!
Oh shoot. Speaking of Mammoth... I forgot to update with my new one.
Lol, forgot to update my sketchbook. OH NOES!
Thanks for your replies guys, Sorry I'm kind of in a hurry!
Just wanted to post this progress.... They don't like the turtle shell .
I went away just for a short time and you did overflow us
with a massive amount of quality material, I just cannot believe it.
The mammoth is great and the Neanderthal guy looks also outstanding.
Man, I never spelled mammoth and Neanderthal, I realized that this is the
first time that I wrote these words down on English, haha, thanks for the
short tutorial. Anyway, you are handling your black and whites real good.
I do not know what useful to add here, maybe a bit more of human anatomy practice?
Carry on like this my friend.
Plissken- Thanks for stopping by again. Good to hear from you!
It's actually starting to come together....
Big thanks to Venger with the help on this one. It's gonna look good when it's done, I think.
man thats great!!!didnt knew u had a sketchbook in Conceptart.org. Happy to see u here, and u are full of great works.Love the style, lets keep it up mate!!!thnx very much for the comment , really really beautiful works!!!
raminafshari... the good ol' days, lol. Thanks yo.
Kostas- yeah, looks like we're gonna be seeing a lot more of each other . Thanks for stopping by man, I really value the things you say.
It's not done, but this is where I get off, h'uck'h'uck'h'uck.
Again Eric, this is top notch work !! Good job mate
Thanks Marco. Here's that thing you wanted (e-mailed it to you, and posted it on the dev forum).
Nice job on the turn around and the Mammoth peice. The facial expressions on the characters are coming out great.
Judging from my own experience, finishing something is really important. Even if it doesn't turn out the way you want, you still learn more from finishing something then you do from stopping something half way because you don't like it. On a recent character I've been working on, I learned a lot from constantly working on it and fixing things I didn't like about and just kept at it. I realize I tend to draw certain proportions on the body too big and it's been a bad habit of mine.
So to some things up, sometimes you have to really push yourself to finish something. Sorry for going on a tangent. At least finish the Mammoth piece.
Istmin- Oh boy, do I know the value of finishing a piece. It's just that I don't particularly think it's going to get finished at this exact moment, staring at something for too long without letting it rest won't get you any better, only more frustrated. At least that's what happens to me . Thanks for stopping by man, please come by more!
Her face is getting skewed.... Blagh. I'm still a little less confident when painting women (I'm not even sure it looks like a woman just yet )... I'll fix all of that when I'm doing more work on it. Frustrating...
nice eric!!! just check again the construction,or use some ref to guide u, or emphasize in other characteristics of a female.
keep up the good work