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Been lurking for a but but finally decided to post something here. I very recently decided that I wanted to be a concept artist even though I didn't draw much before. I only took one drawing class sophomore year in high school. The idea of working in film and games was just too appealing for me so I'm really going to start taking my drawing seriously. I went to a state college in Oklahoma for a year and really had trouble deciding what I wanted to do with my life there. I'm planning on attending Art Center in the future so if any current students or alumni want to chime in then feel free!
Critiques are welcome!
Last edited by doctaword; December 12th, 2013 at 07:18 AM.
Spreadsheet for story I'm working on
Last edited by doctaword; December 11th, 2013 at 08:58 PM.
Another one female version
Looking great so far. I really like all the costume thumbnails. I'm always in awe of people who can come up with so many designs like that. The girl in the spaceship is also really good. The lighting is very well done there - it looks very peaceful.
Critiques: The dragon appears to be missing an arm, and something seems odd about how the wings attach. Doing lots of gesture sketching of animals will help that sort of thing. Do them just the same as you would do human figure drawing, and draw a wide variety of animals. I think animal anatomy is sorely neglected a lot of the time.
Thanks Dahlia! Really appreciate it
Funnily enough, I didn't notice that it was missing an arm
That particular drawing was done a while ago, but yeah, I should start doing some more animal studies for sure
Some more thumbs for a bulkier character
Some silhouettes looking at different body types for a pig-like humanoid
Took two of my favorite silhouettes from above and did some costume design
Experiment where I take one of my older pieces and redraw it. This was done for a friend a while back.
Trying to mix it up a little with some Disney inspired sketches
First section of my ED portfolio for Art Center's Fall 2014 program