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Just a "quick sketch" of Jason Seiler.
And some watercolor studies, on 28 of June or something I have uni entry exams, so right now is the perfect time to finally study drawing with traditional mediums,
Just some studies, and,
David Icke, pretty useful video, recommend you to watch it.
Last edited by heix33; June 13th, 2010 at 05:16 PM. Reason: added video
The girl is going to give this portrait to his boyfriend for anniversary. I maybe failed with my signature, she said she's gonna frame this, and I forgot that, so the signature is maybe going to be covered partly with the frame. But I'm happy I learned a new lesson.
when I was at page 3 looking at your digital painting I though - he should put some focus here and there... it all looks the same now, kinda boring. Then, jumped to page 4 and everything in here had a focus great, just great! (what I mean by focus is one part more finished then the rest of the painting). Keep it going, this is good. Cheers!
Thanks Ivan, I'm flattered.
Thanks Lav and alexson.
I did that pic to check out how much have I learned, to avoid over studying. With this piece I used Android's style to learn zBrush and Corel Painter, which I usually don't use.
It started with Alchemy, which I downloaded recently, thanks to Ivan, he does some pretty awesome stuff with it.
I am fairly happy with my progress, but no so much with my pictures.
2. one is my typical costume designing, fast and about 4 costumes on one a4 paper.
And robots are my new object of studies, also a bit cars, vehicles and jet planes.
Last edited by heix33; July 9th, 2010 at 05:51 PM. Reason: added txt
Hey Heix, thanks for looking into my SB i thought i'd return the favour as you know im quite the nub so dont know whether my two cents will mean much-
I like your traditional line work more so than your digital it seems that you approach your digital work in a very different way to pencil and paper but you can see that your works paying off, I especially like post 131 it reads very well and like the idea hope to see you approach your work more like this in the future because that style really seems to suite your workflow.
The faces you paint/draw look very lifelike. You know how they can look dead too. (the way I make them!)
Good colors on your works, sometimes I feel like the colors are a bit too complicated, but on the otherhand experimentation like that will surely do good.
Thanks Mike, every comment means a lot to me,
Thanks Lakka, my colors are complicated because I pretty much dont know anything about color theory
I started to study environment design, this guys pics have helped me a lot:
worth to check it out.
Watching Kevin Chen and Anthony Francisco's works and learning to draw people, figures and costumes in PS, since I've been drawing them mostly with pencil.
Soldier WIP, some crits would be helpful.
Last edited by heix33; July 18th, 2010 at 08:52 AM. Reason: changed pic
At full moon nights my little sister goes all crazy, turns into... I don't know what, Werewolf? but it's scary, I can tell you that. Runs out of the window and returns by morning, so it's all okey.
(Style credits goes to Aaron Sims)