Check out the blog: http://soulsart.blogspot.com/
Some artworks that I did months ago.
Warmachine WRATH units:
Some other stuff made for secret project from which i have permission to show:
this one was made with the idea to be a website background
And some new personal:
Some stuff from the MMO game project Earthrsie
Models: Tzvetomir Georgiev
Concept art, Textures and final work: Me
3d Models: Tzvetomir Georgiev, Ludmil Georgiev and Martin Punchev
images 5 and 6 concepts based on Stephan Atanasov and Edd Mattinian work
We count them as new stuff but reworked:
- A friend of mine and a colleague asked me to draw something fast because his wish was to make something on zbrush. This is his 2 days masterpiece work:
- It is something like study but with little imagination. Here is the reference i used
Last edited by Headhunter; September 12th, 2011 at 04:22 AM. Reason: updating with new works
you should post more love it
Great to see your work man! Some really cool pieces!!
yea man. great stuff
a lot of this is well painted and generally well done. that last batch of concepts is pretty solid, especially. first image looks like an ode to dos santos
one thing i noticed, though, is your tendency to over-light. a lot of these feature an indirect light hitting from every angle- especially the concept work below the illustrations.
also, on that second image, the girl isn't interacting with the ground or her surroundings properly. you've set up a pretty extreme perspective for the environment, but she's not being influenced by the lens warp. the way the grass works around her feet/etc looks like it was painted around her, rather than with consideration to how she would effect it. there's also no green-tinted bounce light on her skin. i really like her, but i don't think she works quite right with the rest of the illustration.
anyway. keep up the good work
Last edited by sourgasm; April 27th, 2009 at 11:48 AM.
Really nice work
I simple love the woman lying in the grass. Great understanding of light on the form.
However I would say that the grass directly above her is popping forward too much and ruining the illusion(the grass looks closer than the woman). Perhaps try some value and hue tweaking to get it to sink back and describe the flat earth plane.
I love the tattooed babe with the dreadlocks. What a beautifully rendered female figure. Hips, thighs, the whole bit. Great color and lighting effects. Keep it up!
I love the first and third one, thanks for sharing
Very nice work!! I love it all!!!!!
Critiques on my work always welcome!!
i like all of them ..
The new ones are cool, but you haven't surpassed your tattooed female yet.
I agree with Dahami, the tattooed female is miles above Love the studies too though.
There is just something about a correctly proportioned female figure...Nice work, all of it. No crits
It's time to kick the tires' and light the fires' big daddy...
solid work dude!
Amazing style - I really like the lighting on your pictures, very dramatic and spot on - and your wolf has a lovely texture, I wish I could stroke the wolf...(wait, that didn't sound wrong did it?)
I can't point out what it is is about your paintings, especially your strokes, they seem very thick and matted - but it seems there's alot of colour and layering on each stroke...or is it just me?
Further more - is your highlight of the blue light - which seems to turn up more than once - I love this effect, and I've seen it before, very dramatic - I asked our concept artist who teaches at our university - how to achieve such an effect, painting wise, and he couldn't answer me - you couldn't drop some tips could you? Or even general painting tips?
Thanks, and keep posting more - it would be great to see your processes.
neovirtu: About the strokes, at this stage I am experimenting with some techniques but it's not a big philosophy what i do. Just filling the background with some darker color and trying to pull the silhouette and the light out with some harder brushes. After that it is just layering as you mention that in your post.
About the blue back or side light:
Just use the adjustment layers in Photoshop. Hue/saturation in colorize mode then invert the mask an try to paint over the picture. Play with the options and you'll see a lot of good things to happen. But it is mostly up to you and pay attention on the values and brushes you are using.
Thanks for the comments guys, I appreciate that!
More great stuff from a fantasy art master.
keep it up, i have to see more to improve my skill.
Amazing my friend, just amazing!!!