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RIGHT! So I am still young and dumb,trying to improve my abilities. I have an online graphic novel planned on the horizon, but my art ain't quite there yet. I do realize this site is for the more proffesional people, so please don't slaughter me.
Sorry for the massive picture sizes and sketchyness.
Last edited by Sharix; January 14th, 2011 at 10:56 AM.
Site for professional people? Pah! This is a site for EEEEVERYONE - and you have the added bonus of rubbing shoulders with the pros to give you advice and a good mental beatdown when you need it.
You've got a really good sense for geometry and detail - your dragon is awesome and I love your Totoro scene. Obviously, you need to work on physiology and anatomy (but everyone does, and you'll never be done studying it), but this is a great start! You seem to have a knack for facial expressions too.
These are all character concepts for the webcomic I'm planning.
Sorry for the large sizes of the images.
I was lazy with the foreground.
Came out too animé-like for my liking, but oh well.
My race of strong, fat and sturdy dragons who live in cold northern areas.
I tried digital coloring. Please kill me in a fire.
The massive armored battle-zeppelin known as Sleipnir.
Last edited by Sharix; March 30th, 2011 at 02:09 PM.
Hope I got the attachment thing right this time. These are some pretty old sketches, probably from last year or so.