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How did you managed to do so much drawings and paintings in
such a short amount of time? It’s a real unexplainable miracle for me.
You should give away the secret, cause you have the recipe for the right
and true love. The silhouettes that you have been working on are becoming
more solid, and I can see that you are heading in a very good direction.
You didn’t mastered yet the flow and didn’t nailed full dynamic figures, but you
are definitely closer than it was before. With this pace that you are keeping now,
you will achieve anything in no time. The perspective started to roll better, and you have
some neat views on those streets. The hotel perspective scenery is a bit confusing
for me, too much happening on such a dense place. I suppose this drawing took up
a few hours. The ninja character with two swords looks badass, I suggest remembering
always the eight head rule when drawing a figure, and remember that the elbows are
at the end of the ribcage and not lower. All these smaller adjustments will make
your drawings to look more realistic and more believable, so it’s definitely worth
spending the time on them details. Strong and vibrant colors on the comic book panel
with the beast. I feel that you are up to something new and refreshing here, hardly
can wait to see the finished version. And I suppose that the beast will going to say;
“I’ll swallow your soul!”. What strange creature is that in the post #895, half snake,
half stone man, creepy, simply creepy. Imagine him crawling up beside your bed
at night. In the next two posts, I can see some alien/zergling brainstorming, which
is nice, cause new ideations are born every day in your head, and you are evolving
bit by bit. #898- I suggest that you evolve that silhouette, the fifth in the top row,
the fat dude in the armor, cause it has great potentials. You are improving fast
with these silhouettes. #900 Some pretty girls – I like how you approached to
their breast depth and rendering. Big and smaller breasted talents on a horizon.
#901 Christmas Zombie killing, that is a fantastic idea. Body parts flying all
around and happiness has been brought once upon on the ground.
Hooray for your first digital painting video, I like it, and the music is so sweet.
Overall I think that you did a fantastic job, and surprised us with a big pack
of excellent mixed update. You keep this up and you know that you cannot
miss. Christmas is coming soon so we should prepare for it, and we should
treat ourselves with something good. You think about those happy times and
work hard till the occasion.
Your last few updates have been pretty nice. I enjoy looking at your more graphic work the most. I think you can push a few of the silhouettes of the last post some more. Maybe play with the poses a bit more. Keep it up man~
Plissken: Thanks my friend, I'll do my best to correct and choose the right figure
and posing to my characters.
You've been always here to see my update and supporting me . I really respect
that you spend lots of time to check your friend's update and respond their
Keep it up my friend
Wingal: Thanks for your nice comment, I tried my best to learn silhouette
method in digital painting and have strong value with creating punch of
characters in one page.
I'm still going to improve it, asplissken said " You need to make body
more dynamic with those drawing"
Thanks again and welcome my friend.
Armour yesterday's study LOL
I think I might have something to add about making the bodies look more dynamic, there a some good exercises for that such as doing gestures and such. You can practice gestures at http://quickposes.com/. There are also some good books on getting good dynamic gestures, Force: Dynamic Life Drawing For Animators by Michael Mattesi an The Vilppu Drawing Manual have some really interesting takes on making poses look more dynamic.
kamikazel33t: thanks for the nice comment, and those tips really great .
I am positively surprised about your new art approach lately,
and the way you take care your sketchbook. You are spending more
time around everything and you are getting better results. Everything
is becoming more prettier, more readable and more clearer. The
special forces armor guy on the ground, is looking for something, I can
see that he is sniping with his special type of goggles. Someones brain
will be blown out pretty soon. He has been training to shoot for years now,
and he will surely not miss. I like it very much, and I like the details on it.
The sentinels walking toward the viewer has its scary meaning and feeling,
that you will be imprisoned and tortured by they laser devices and guns.
A futuristic trauma and nightmare could be on a sight. Big huge cyborg
mechanical oily freaks without any emotions. Something like Bioshock
just more advanced. Watch those silhouettes in the background, they
cannot be so blackish and dark, cause if you remember, as the objects,
get more and more distanced from the viewer, they go more faded and
more dimmed, so it should be more greyish and less visible. You do
be good, and keep on with the outstanding work habit, and I have
to mention once more your improvements and understanding
of patience and perseverance. Evolutions is the secret word that
you have suddenly discovered multiple times.
Buddy you are Awesome you gave me a great idea , I'll do my best to make it soon
Character design process.
Big muscled guy, reminds me on the mixture of Hulk Hogan
(in his prime time) and Johnny Bravo. They have been mixed up on a nasty way under some
hidden laboratory circumstances. Hogan was screaming hard and loud. Then they hid
some furry thing in his Speedo, and he received a royal shoulder armor, with the signature
of sir Sean Connery himself. Not needed to be joked with this huge powerhouse, cause he can
deliver a knockout punch in any moment from any angle. Fantastic job on him.
Bald guy who is looking so serious and worried, is because he was a bazaar keeper, turned
to a circus ticket dealer. He is in prison now, he’s been left toothless, and those beautiful
large blue eyes, are looking at the prison sink now. He found out about his execution date.
He should have never molested that hot circus sword swallowing girl. And that little hairless
skinny trick monkey.
3D sink is gorgeous, I like the way you improved in your three dee direction.
A bit more time and sky is the limit for you. More talent and skill on a horizon.
Pencil Tom Hanks screaming is close to a graphite masterpiece, you got the likeness
for sure. In this scenario, I think that Hanks just got hit by a Ford Taurus, driven by
Alex Murphy himself in a drunk state. Then Hanks hit the toxic waste container, and
got sprayed all over with acid, and his skin and flesh is starting to melt off. This moment
that you captured with your pencils, is the moment when he just got sprayed over,
and the moment when his flesh just started to melt off. Wonderful job overall.
I like your way you are heading, digitally and traditionally.
A true enjoyment every time I visit. Do not stop feeding
the goose horde with freshly fished fishes.
Hi qlotzan! Amazing works and improvement you have done in only two years! I can even see, in your drawings, when you had will to draw and when you don't feel like... Emotional sensations! Love your themes. Your mind is like a wonder crate! Keep posting please!
"The fulfillment of oneself is achieved with victory over their challenges"
plissken: Thanks for the lovely comments that always refresh my mind by it, keeping my smile in. I'm always
keep my skills up to to make myself and my friends satisfied from the update .
All the best for you my friend.
Lucarky: Thanks my friend for the nice comment, I do practising every time to be able to have
a chance in this career.
Draw is a passion require to spend lots of time to make your skills better every time that you looking toward
I keep show half work sorry
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