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What was I smoking when I did this?
Last edited by George Abraham; July 28th, 2010 at 03:50 PM.
Tied for time but steady as she goes. And with a copy of Starcraft atm... Well you have to take some time to appreciate the arts too. ;P
Last edited by George Abraham; August 4th, 2010 at 07:46 AM.
The contour practice is helping you develop form. Keep it up.
Smore Gottried Bammes illustration copies.
WOW ... !!!
in the time that I have been away you have really improved man. your lines are becoming much more precise and your form is getting better and better! Love the posts!!!!
Last edited by George Abraham; December 9th, 2010 at 10:08 AM.
Last edited by George Abraham; December 9th, 2010 at 10:09 AM.
You work whatever way you can, when you can. Grow above petty thought that surround you to develop yourself as a person who can hold your head up high everywhere.
And post some work.
This dude's awesome from the IFX issue 59
Followed the Brad Rigney blob illustration thing and ended up with this.
Hard studies and experimentation. I like whats happening on this page.
If Dahli descovered the smudge tool?
Some Vilpu recap.
Decided to break the lazy spell and copy this picture of a Man-thing comiquette Rigney style. Well sorta.
Creating stuff of the bat from imaginations not going to work for me, So I need to get used to this first and try gain the controll required.
I'm learning some stuff allready and getting a feel for the tone and color tools.
I spent some time collecting some comiquette advetizing as well. Kinda cool ref or something. Maybe I should invest in some small colored stage lighting for small still life practice.
Finish the Man Thing, even if it doesn't look exactly like the original, at least you can say you've finished something. Take no prisoners.
keep it up you're developing a really nice sense of form
Coming along slowly.
I like the way you're doing the skin texture. Keep it up.
Thank you for the heads up as usual lady Spot.
It's been a month - you must have finished it by now.
What part of SA you from?
Hey Spot. Been buzy.
That one was just a copy to get a feeling for ze blurr tool.
I did some more experimentations.
This ended up being a toxic underwater bob ross.
I think I spontaneousely drew Brad Rigney.. What do you think?
Doing some quickie self portrait/expression studies
@Star Eater, From Johanna's burg.
Been busy with the zaffers at legionink.com you more than welcome to say hi and perhaps join the small ZA community.
WOW rippoff art. Hehehe!!
Getting some reality updates
Only by scrolling down this page I can see improvements. Especially in that man-thing piece.
When doing the color studies. Look closely for edges that are hard and edges that are soft, if everything is painted softly, it looks mushy. So it's important to pay close attention to it.