Cool shark designs man! Ha ha the best one is the dogshark!
Keep up man!
My Sketchbook ---> http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...42#post3225942
rumpenstiltzkin - thanks! yea, Will is an amazing artist!
Ricardo Robles - thanks man!
knut- - thanks, but i didnt draw the original sketch. William B. Hand did. i am just adding the color.
LtPlissken - haha so do you my friend!
Robert.B - thank you Robert, im honored!
decided to post some of my looser warm ups.
Updates are looking sick dude! ~
those paints of w b hands sharks are great - they were great in pencil too, but you've added an extra something. Nice one. No crits here unfortunately, just keep doing what you're doing!
Parsakoira - thanks bro!!
Icecold - thanks! yea, Will has some insane ideas to work from haha.
rumpenstiltzkin - yea, hes always pissed haha. unless of course hes fighting Bhudda, or an entire army by himself!
hücumkedi - thanks! but Wlliam B. Hand gets the credit!
DStraX - thanks!!
Cold - thank you!! i respect your work a ton!
ThomasM - thanks man!!
Vritra - thanks!! and will do!! love your sb btw!
Mike L - thanks Mike!! im honored! always a pleasure when you drop in!
Robert.B - that is my motto in life!! ha, thanks for stopping by again man! dig your work a whole lot!
just got to school, so heres some messy doodle action, just to keep things regular...
Mike L. was very kind, and let me splash some colors on one of his sketches. so i kind of just went nuts with it haha. its VERY intimidating trying to paint some of your favorite artists sketches. i feel like im just ruining them, but i gotta give a big shout out to Mike for letting me do this! so thanks bud!!
again, Lines --- Mike L.
color - me .
go check out Mike's work, but only if you are ready to have your pants shat, because yes, he is indeed that good!!
Nicky got to say your a huge inspiration, always kept up with your sketch pad. Love your style.
Hey, thanks for your comment on my sketchbook, I really appreciate you dropping by.
If you don't mind a bit of advice, I'd like to point out that I see a lot of highlights in your colour work; also, a heavy usage of hues (also shades) containing a high chroma, especially in the darker zones. You see, I was once told that more often than not, it is the greys, or the tones, that make the image. The dark sets off the light; similarly, the greys make the other hues look 'colourful'. The contrast lies not in a battle of bright hues, but in a juxtaposition of the 'colourful', or the 'bright', with the 'grey', or the 'dark'. If you can, do get a copy of Creative Illustration by Andrew Loomis, and read the relevant chapter on colour. It is easily available on the net.
I have rambled for far too long I am afraid, and my intention was never to test your patience to begin with. So I apologize if my comments offend you in any way. Lastly, I want to say that I really like the faces at the top of this image.
Psychobuddy - thanks man! yea, the coloring sort of evolved quite a bit, probably why it looks so messy ha.
Noamos - thank you very much man! that really means alot!
Ven S - ha thanks! yes, her chesticles are cannon sized!
paulanderson7070 - thanks! but, logo design is something ive always hated... but thanks!
Vritra - not a ramble at all! i appreciate it very much! and i do tend to jump up to stark white (nearly white) highlights on almost every surface i paint! i have no clue why. i guess its just from a lack of real surface material studies. which i desprately need to do. i guess thats my next goal, if school doesnt get in the way. thanks alot man, i apprecaite it!!
i need alot of practice with mechas and shit
Very cool color job, really neat to see my sketch taken into your style and opaque paint, and a great little touch with the head study next to the figure in pushing your values back to recede into the background. You're too kind my man! I've got a lot to live up to now with all those props, I'll try not to disappoint There were some thoughtful observations about color use too, very helpful so I won't bother repeating. It can get confusing sometimes when you're getting into stylistic interpretations, color use for different moods and intents, etc., but an easy fix is to scale back the opacity on some highlights away from the dominant area where the subject is bathed in the light source. All that said, I kinda like your use of the paint in the study, but that's simply a subjective note(and not just because it's on my sketch Those little highlights kind of guide the eye around the figure. You're also very fast! Wish I was that quick. Either way, thx for sharing!
great stuff man, and some awesome bewbs back there. I can seriously feel your motivation to draw, after all youre even breaking out a page of sketches in school! What pens are you using by the way? It looks like a kind of ballpoint?
hey bro sorry for not dropping by for so long it was fro two reasons A) I am a lzy ass and B) I am a damn lazy ass ^^ ....thanks for your support and damn you are rocking ! the last few pages look awesome dramatic improvement that one could see there ! keep it up my friend !