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OMG killer sketchbook man! Thank you for sharing.
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Oh wow, killer concepts. You're a really good painter, but I'm really in love with your pencil work .
really interesting non-cliche story suggested in that last one. Like it!! Good thumbs and development sketches too.
i thought it might make a neat composition if there was another guy on the other side, see what you think. just my 2c, its all looking real good so far!
sb most art copied to page 1
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holy shit man! ur painting makes me wanna cry! beautiful! how did you develop such a good grasp on colour and do you have any good digi-painting tips?
check out my : SKETCHBOOK: All critiques much needed and WELCOMED!
it being my birthday again, I figured Ii'd redo an old piece just as kind of a benchmark to gauge how much I've improved over the last several years. I'm crazy busy at the moment with freelance work so I couldn't really devote much time to this little project and it didn't come out as well as I'd hoped, but still a pretty hilarious improvement, maybe I'll try it again in another leap-year.
Superb works! Fur looks delicious :p
A question about your pencil lineworks. They seem to be very clean and accurate to me. Are you drawing them atop of more messy sketch, or it's just your regular style?
Watching this SB!
Spellsword95 : Thanks for your question. I typically do a rough initial sketch to establish basic forms and generate ideas. I then drop that sketch back to 20 or 30% opacity and do a "clean" sketch overtop. If you look closely you can still see some of the rough sketch marks in the images I posted.