Thought it's right time to start this thread...Some finished pieces, mostly artwork for 'Magic...' and D'n'D
There's lot more to see through my sketchbooks & blog, not only fantasish
Last edited by josic; April 22nd, 2012 at 08:43 AM.
Lovely work, really nice art style.
COOL! Those trees just absolutely rock! Great work in the other as well.
We are remembered only by what we leave behind.
Excellent work! You have some anatomical issues here and there, especially noticable in the fifth one down. Shoulder and lower abdomen looks kinda funky. Nothing you can't figure out. Designs are pretty hip. First and third are my favorites. Thanks for sharing. And, keep posting.
An update. Most pieces are donr for Wizards, and there's one concept design for Celt/Pict warrior
Last edited by josic; March 1st, 2011 at 07:01 PM.
some more recent art...
enjoy guys, hope you'll like it. These are done for a card game size, so I apologize for the 'sketchiness'
Last edited by josic; April 20th, 2012 at 04:42 PM.
Great work, love the loose style, keep it up
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forgot this one
Last edited by josic; April 21st, 2012 at 12:48 PM.
Thanks! The only reason for that is actually the lack of time- I only have couple of days for illos....But otherwise, I actually love overworking
Wow! The detail on these pieces are amazing! I especially like the dwarf (I have a thing for dwarfs)
usually it's the elves, but dwarfs are cool dudes, even more...
Free strokes, beautiful color, like your painting
ENTERTAINMENT DESIGN & CONCEPT ART
bhaskarrac- it's just the lack of time- I leave my illustrations halfway between wide shapes and details, and try to cover with gradient parts that go into the depth, always looking to avoid putting details on places that don't necessarily need them (shadows, depth, 2nd plan).
but I'm still trying to find the right balance, it's tough because each commissioned work demands different approach regarding the details. would be very cool to have 1 technique for all styles.
I really like this, I'm especially fond of the archer and the huge tree-city.
Something from local legends...85% finished