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Three quick ones :
My very first attempts on drawing a live model:
My first heads from live model:
Something that didn't turn out as I wanted to:
And my first-ever digital doodles.Photoshop and Sketchbook Pro rocks! ))
I'll be glad to hear some comments and critiques from you conceptart super humans, don't leave me alone in this thread
one from today
dude awesome studies , may i ask where are you from ?
My Sketchbook Check it out and crit.
@Kcekelkai, thank you ! I'm from Bulgaria too
Creature for a home project/short film, I'm working on with some friends.
Pretty sloppy photoshop work on the concept, so I decided to use Zbrush for a lil bit more detailed one.
Hence, that's my first creature ! Whoooraaay !
Hi guys, it's been a long time since my last sketchbook update,
the thing is that ,the past two months were crazy busy for me,
I've hardly got any free time to draw, but now I'm back on track,
so here are some quick figure sketches and drawings, and also some
early concepts made for a personal short film project. )
Two more figure drawings.
Hey guys, don't leave me alone in this thread, please, I would like to here some C&C, come on
The last figure drawings are very strong. Good work!
Long time since no post, so here are some of my latest figure drawings:
I started learning anatomy.Here is a study of the skull done in zbrush. I plan to do all of the facial muscles next.
Your shading, and hatching are excellent! The construction of the forms is very good, also. The only area I can see is that on your first page some of the ellipses seem to point at the ends on the left hand side. You probably know that ellipses never come to a point, so I won't lecture you on that!
Well, that's my two cents!
Keep up the good work!