Your work is starting to look really fleshy and grabibly 3d. Really good colors in the last few posts. Inspiring.
Lots of dedication for digital painting in here! Big time improvement over the 25 pages!
Congratulations I can see you've been working hard, I have a question where from did you get the first photo reference in post 674???
wow, simply great, u capture light and material really well in ur pictures.
Last edited by Lotet; January 5th, 2010 at 05:49 PM.
GUys, you rock. sorry, i still have not internet, i suck, i know, but i guess it would just keep me away from art....nnooooooooo wwaaayyyy i have been slacking...i guess as soon as i have my driving licence i will buy a wlanstick and then my daily updates will start again. and guys.....i think i got good. i hope i will suprise you, but dont expect too much.....christmas sucked
Awesome to hear you'll be updating again soon. Can't wait
I'm looking forward to it man I miss you Your gona be a prime example that anyone can learn and do this stuff well, its a matter of time and effort =)
Lets do battle again like we did months ago after your back from your training in the mountains.
Last edited by AlexEh; January 15th, 2010 at 06:45 AM.
Really great work mate, I think you should work on some long finished pieces instead of starting lots of WIPs and then abandoning them. Also moar pencils, working on lines and rendering Keep it up
Hey man just realized that I never responded to your sb after you commented on mine, sorry about that. You are making some good progress, some really great studies your doing. I would push some of these studies to a more finished state. Don't be afraid to do very long studies. It's always about quality not quantity. You'll learn some much more from one long piece then by many quick pieces. Also I noticed some of the studies it looks like your using just a round brush, trying experimenting more with your color studies using different brush shapes and textures. I would recommend mixing up your studies as well. Do some from life, ref and then re apply what you've learn from those studies to your imagination work. Keep working !
At least you can control your edges 1000x better then me The warrior is looking nice, finish it I's much more natural feeling then alot of the stuff I see reflected light is the key! His left jaw bone is a little caved in though Maybe add in some dirt/sweat, his mouth hanging open sort of suggests hes panting.
Heyyy show us some sketchbook drawings Cya around, keep kicking butt
Though I'm looking at your armored dude some more and I agree with Ben. The realationships between his shoulders face and armor is strange, its not perfect like it demands to be
I think alot of us need to study more perspective. I know I do, mine sucks balls!
I think his chest sticks to far towards us in realation to how his ribcage is positioned. Like the center line should be turned a few degrees clockwise.
Last edited by AlexEh; February 22nd, 2010 at 03:22 AM.
Looking good! Get your fucking driving license and then go get the fucking internet back and then fucking update more!!!!!!!!!
There are some anatomy issues that needs to be ironed out! Mr gladiator's left arm has some conflicting perspectives! And I cant tell whats happening to the second guy's legs/ waist! And you say you got good?!?!?!?! Bah!
Well, Rip... you inserted yourself into that first pic. Nice job
I think the head's a bit slanted, but that's no biggie. Just keep working at it.
I do think your lines are a TON better, and the work seems more confident.