The perspective on the orange dude is cool so is the arms and shirts of the samurai fighting dudes.
The hair on the last portrait looks a bit wierd, almost as if it was placed on top the others layers, it makes the hairline seem hard and refined and not loose and organic. hmmm yeah i'm bad at explaining things . maybe just try to incorporate the hair a bit more natural into the piece. Like the way you did it on the first orange guy.
nice start, please post more
Strassenpenner08 - Thanks man!
Fumble - And so right you are. I tend to be a bit sloppy with hair. Its something im gonna work with. Thanks for the helpful advice.
Lyno - thanks!
griffinfly - Thanks m8, ill be posting stuff.
Here are some black and white speed's I never got around to render out.
I like that samurai, he's got a lot of character.
Strassenpenner08 - Thanks for sticking around. Yeah its not to much time put on the black and white's. Im fairly fast with blacks. Its colors that take time for me. but im working on it.
griffinfly - Thanks man, I just started painting him one day. not much thought put into him. I like to think hes the quiet type who speaks with his eyes.
Peter Berkovski - Glasd you remember me m8, long time no post from me so its time I started doing something more creative here. GOnna start with CHOW I think.
MacTire - Damn hes not a bear guy! Didnt anyone ever read "where the wild things are"! Its like the coolest book ever with kickass illustrations.
n1va - Hey m8! same goes for u! Im gonna have to ask you to go to the library and pick up "where the wild things are" hes not a bunny either.
BlackDelphin - thanks man!
Walid D - So glad you like my colors im fighting with them! Im terrible at colors so i guess im getting better. Thanks!
I couldnt sleep so I played around in painter a bit. I really need to learn painter. but so far i just got to say that "Just water" blender tool kicks ass!
Last edited by B-Man; July 20th, 2009 at 02:15 AM.
Hey! I liked your old sketchbook...so!! Im sure I'll like stuff here as well!!! Post away!!!
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Lyno - I dont know if its the bridge ofthe nose beeing dark that makes the face a bit flat. I think its the eyes. dont know, but I whont fix it it was just a study. thanks man!
spoonfruit - Oh thanks, I like to think I gotten a bit better since last year. Glad to have you here!
Fumble - you think? I dont know Im really trying. I hate my colors. Thanks!
Here is just some doodeling from this afternoon.
I looked through your old SB before clicking on this. What a difference a year away makes; your females are not so generic and the poses in your second post are very dynamic, even if a bit orange. Values improved. Sort of miss the bears though.
Not sure about the nudes; the nipples are a bit high for that size of breast. Do you do life drawing at all?
Black Spot - A year of drawing does get you better even if your not at CA thanks. Yeah yor right about the nipples. To lazy to correct. Yeah I do some lifedrawing I did draw nude models for a year every week, now I have been traveling so much I couldnt keep up with it. Its something Im gonna start doing again when it all settels down a bit.
Last edited by Eon; July 23rd, 2009 at 12:38 AM.
Your girls look nice I like your colour work To criticize something, maybe you coud dedicate more attention to your edges
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oh man all your stuff is fantastic, the colours and the poses are all great. thanks for stopping by my sketchbook.
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and working much harder than me! I don't know what to work on half the time, life is crazy right now...studies, creative things, things I haven't tackled yet...
You have some sharp stuff without linework, and with as well - you like to experiment by the looks of things which is rad.
Your study in painter has a nice feel, I love that it could have been made with real medium - you may just have reminded me to pick it up and do some studies in it as well I think when you do these, you could push the lighting a bit so that we have a focal point to rest on and make it a strong 'image', unless you are hardcore on painting exactly what you see glad you're back sir.
yo man, thanks for stopping by my pad. Loving the work..especially the one of..I guess its you?...fighting your twin? anyway yeah that one haha. keep make fine paintings!!