Girly portrait is nice, just that the saturation is a bit much imho, a bit less and it could've been even nicer imho.. unless that is what you were going for, in which case it's cool. =)
Really clean work on that spacecraft.. nice work bro, have fun with your next works.
hey interesting design mate.Some time ago when i was doing mostly pencil concepts sketches for a personal project i came up with some flying vehicle but when i applied a similar boosting/moving system i question myself about the rotation that these forces will give to my ship.From the rear boosting energy it feels like the vehicle will rotate some degrees having as a pivot point the middle/down boosting system.Maybe some frontal system is recommended
Keep up the great work!!!
ni hao LAL!
dood u rock man, i luv the simple clean render on the spaceship in post 399, there's a lot of room to play with edges and texture on top of that first pass on that ship, hope you decide to do more in transport design!
also really like the loose black thumbs in post 371, keep up the goodness!
nice updates! spacecraft is looking good but if you want to make the texture look like shiny metal, add harder highlights. Or otherwise if you want to give it a realistic feel that people have actually used it before, make it a bit more dirty and/or rusty. Keep up the great work as always
kingkostas：thanks my bro!
Kungfoowiz:thank you kungfoowiz,I think you are right ,I will take care of it
kingkostas:hey bro, that you said is very useful, this is my first machine works,that day ,I watched the video of Fengzhu, so I want to try it ,let us drawing!
snootchy:ni hao my bro, thank you like my works ,I will do more in transport design, amh, I need a lot of improvement.
Lav:thanks Lav,I am very happy to see you ,thx for you advice ,I will pay attention to it.
Wow LAL, it's great in here. I love the ant. I'm a beginner and that shows me how to use reference in a fantastic way. Thank you.
jigje：hey bro, thx for droping by my sketchbook ,and ,I think if you want to draw a cool pose ,you need do a lots of practice, of course also need the good method, the book named [Bridgman] is great, you can study from it,the most important is to understand the relationship between Head chest and crotch.keep up my friend!
Kungfoowiz:thanks kungfoowiz my friend,aha, have a good week,I need to learn English from you ,let us fighting!
hiya LAL! thanks for looking in my book, glad you liked it!
i really like your work alot! your digital work is great, though its not as consistent as your traditional work. some of it is killer, some of it needs a bit more time. but holy crap your traditional work rocks!! especially all of these pages of character poses!! great style, simple, but very effective lines. something i really need to improve on. keep working hard man!
wazzup homey! looking excellente, i like how your using the 20% grey marker to add value to those awesome gestures you do!
that ant sketch is awesome, really fantastic updates keep up the goodness!!
Great works as usual The marker sketches are really nice! And the concepts are cool. Well done!
However, I notice that when you're working from imagination you have a tendency to frame things with shadows when you render them out. It's especially noticeable with the ant painting and the last zombie painting. Try to think of different directions for your light sources so that your images become more natural looking. Right now you render things as if they're lit by a camera flash, which flattens them out. Here is a little overpaint to show what I mean. I hope it helps
Keep up the awesome work!
Loving the gestures Alot of good things to see in this sketchbook!
Noticed your english is alot better now too
Keep up the hard work, you're doing great
Awg; Awg; Awg;
With hell in my eyes and with death in my veins
The end is closing in
Feeding on the minds of man
and from their souls within
My disciples all shout to search you out
And they always shall obey
Follow me now my child not the meek or the mild
But do just as I say
NickyBeats：thanks my friend, I am very glad to hear that you like my works, I will keep up!
Ricardo Robles:thank you bro, I will noticed the problems on the neck, this is very useful,I often ignore this problem.
Windmaker:thx dude, I like your works very much ! thanks for your overpaint too, but ,I can not see that,because in china ,we can not see mang overseas websites,If you have time ,can you send it to my mailbox [firstname.lastname@example.org]？thanks again for that . I will pay attention to the light, you opinion is very useful.
Sulphur:thanks for your encouragement,I will study English hard.In peacetime ,when I want to communicate will you ,I always feel very difficult, so ,I hop I can learn English vell and communication with you with out obstacles.
what to say? You've a great talent: your gestures are so solid and dinamic, your palette is so cool! I LOVE your 321 post...
Ah, cool photo, grat lights
Nice update! But you've stiffened the pose a bit compared to sketch you posted before.
By shortening the body and the legs you made the figure look a bit off. Other than that- really nice work on the rendering. The details on the skin are great!
Look forward to your next update!
suhweet render bro!
but i agree with windmaker in that the initial energy of the rough sketch has tightened up a bit, but i'm sure u'll throw some more of that killer dynamic gestural work you do to fix! sometimes it can help to do a new layer and drop the opacity down on the rendered one and re-draw the gesture to get some more of that initial energy the original rough sketch had.
Keep up the goodness!
dleoblack: thanks bro dleoblack,thank you like my works.
Windmaker:thanks for send email to me,your overpaint give a lot of help to me ,I will pay attention to light, thank you again dude!
snootchy:thx my bro, your advice is useful, I will inprove my works!thanks again!
Last edited by LAL; October 15th, 2010 at 11:20 PM.
damn LAL, you are true gangsta when it comes to them gestures! gonna call you Mr. Dynacism from now on!!