Nice to be finally uploading pictures, school is pretty much over, got lots of free time and I want to dedicate almost all of it for drawing. So I'm studying animal anatomy, figured I need strong knowledge in that so I can do better PS paintings later on, while studying I draw stuff from memory so that new knowledge would stick.
First 2 pics are for a book publisher whom I maybe can do some illustrations for, those are done so she can see what I had in mind for those illustrations style. I don't know if I can share them yet, so I put copyright mark, if anyone knows, can I just draw that copyright there near my signature and is it okay or correct way? Haven't had to deal with that so far.
Last edited by heix33; June 14th, 2011 at 11:13 AM.
Wow these pictures are so good, you paint so well! I only draw sketches and really wish I could accomplish something this good - do you exhibit?
Going on a Vietnam trip soon
Thanks millie123, I've had some of my paintings up which I did at college, but nothing personal gallery or like that.
Thanks a lot Lav.
These pics I did in summer, I was at country and I didnt take my wacom with me, so i practices pencil drawings, some of them I reworked in photoshop. Critique and suggestions are always welcome.
Hey man, thanks for checking out my sb. love the concepts so far man - that piece on page 8 in the jungle with the robot legs is really nice. you have the vibrancy down in that. But al round i like your eye for design some scairy organic forms with very stylish tech work. we need to see some more sci-fi interiors, they where looking sick.
Keep up the good work man.
Thanks for the inspiration dog-faced.
My caricature of Manhoman Singh for facebook caricature challenge, anybody interested be sure to take part.
New painting subject every week.
Your digital paintings look strong, I think; especially this one.
Also, I'm really liking the looseness of your pencil work. As I scrolled down, I could definitely see a loosening up of lines. Is this something you're consciously doing?
Anyway, keep updating. Pleasure dropping by this sketchbook.
Vritra, thanks, yeah I like flowy lines, I guess some part of it is conciously.
I needed a quick break from a portrait I'm working on currently, and to procrastinate some more, I did a step by step pic of it.
1. movie still, learned some techniques, from Jason Seiler basically, just line drawings and then working from dark to light like in oils.
2.another still, more like a caricature sketch. very quick, like previous one.
both from http://awesomefilmstills.tumblr.com/
Cool work you have here...your insect and reptile studies are especially nice. And Im a big fan of Dexter so good job on that as well!
Nice paintings, very nice bust in the top of the page...Like Ccs said, some clarity in you sketches would be nicer.but that doesnt mean that they arent good,the ceatures are way cool! keep it up
My sketchbook Comments & Crits always welcome!
ahah reptile woman made my day keep it up!
Broderick, thanks, season 6 is a killer isn't it.
Lav, thanks, I believe it is.
kuumehike, thanks, I'm working on it.
dyg, my pleasure.
oh yeah, and these are more movie stills, trying that technique again, bit more crappy and faster.
the girl is caricature tryout, emphasis was not on design as you cans see.
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Thanks Victoria, comments like this really keep me going.
I just came to the conclusion, that since it's a sketchbook, I'm also going to post really sketchy pics, and not only pretty finished, it's good to look at them in the future.
Robot design style that I'm currently working on.
Some sketch, 2-3 hours, I did, kinda recess from school essays and boring writing stuff.
Proportions are overrated anyways, it's a boy.
Last edited by heix33; December 10th, 2011 at 05:23 PM. Reason: prop
Just because I want more views and comments, I'm gonna post something pretty pointless, like my desktop. So, when you came here and saw this post, just click back and forward button like 5-7 times, to get me some views.
Just kidding, I dont think it's pointless, I've discovered some neat tricks when experimenting with different layer styles, and wanting to be more creative when adding my inspirational artists to my desktop to cheer me up, there are guys like Iain McCaig, Jason Seiler, Richard Anderson, Robert McKinnon, Nox, Gareth Pugh, Aaron Sims, Sam Liu,...
Edit-yaay, page 11.
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