Fetsch :ei thank you so much and for the advice=)
GEB : no problem,thank you so much=)
vices :Thanks a a lot!^_^
Kewl! The sharp toothed dude-with-sword is really cool, I like how he is orcish, but taking orcishness in a different direction!
I like the look of the fish scene a lot too. I like how much detail you have put into it.
What is next for this piece? Color? Inking maybe?
Whatever you do, I would love to see this go further!
You have some really good work here! Keep working hard sir, and thank you for the post on my SB!
Lovely lines, characters and colours (esp. the learning to colour #20) - but THE FISHES! gorgeous!
Wonderful stuff - keep posting and thanks for these.
Cool stuff, your line work is awesome.
Thanks for dropping by my sb. Blow away by your line like everyone else. Can't wait to see more! Keep posting.
Farquad : thank you so much=)
adamsimons :thank you for the crit=)yes there is a story on it but i wont continue drawing it hehe=)
JamesSimons :Thank you so much humm ill try=)
greyskill :Thank you so much..humm i dont know..Yes ill go further=)
dan liimatta :really you like #20 thanks!..Thank you so much for stopping by my sb.=)
Erick Willand :Thank you so much=)
~Twig : ei Thank you so much!=)
Some unfinished works.the 1st one is done last year.=)
oh man / the last piece!
Miniguns, clowns, aquatic life, birds, multi-faced monstrosities and adventure, and everything else ~ such an epic, I'm in awe ~
thanks for posting, and yes I liked #20
Thanks for stopping by my sketchbook. Fun illustrations, I wish I had the patience to go into such detail with my work, well done.
Some of your drawings look a little flat though so maybe try to be a bit more conscious of getting things to wrap around the volume. Always keep in mind your eye level and four point perspective to get a sort of wide angle lens effect which can really help in making things appear as if they occupy space. Even if you were just drawing a person, if the eye level is about even with their navel, everything below the line will go away from us and everything above the line will go away from us so we'd see the bottom of their jaw and the top of their feet. This idea can be applied to anything though and so it can be beneficial when trying to get a sense of distance in a drawing. Perspective is all about the eye level and four point perspective is great to keep in mind.
And I'm not saying that your drawings are bad, not at all, I'm just saying that they're looking a little flat to me. I hope this helps you out in some way. Good luck with your studies.
Last edited by Sir Cam; May 30th, 2011 at 02:49 AM.
"Argue for your limitations and sure enough, they're yours." -Richard Bach
dan liimatta:Thank you so much!thank you=)
Kungfoowiz:Thank you so much=)
Danny_K:Thank you so much yaa you are correct thanks=)
Just Call Me Bruce:Thank you so much=)
Sir Cam:Thank you so much for the crit really appreciate it...yaa you are correct but i also make my drawings really flat like a cartoons more of an semi anime style that i also love to do.yes i will keep that in mind thanks=)
Here is a drawing more of a comic cartoon style and the other one is my sketch from chow contest today.
i will post the colored work next time i will still fix it.
Last edited by strangedawn; August 1st, 2011 at 02:48 AM.
nice update - and I really like the first one in all its glorious details - esp. the iconic wall behind the arbitrator. Not that I have any idea on what's going on
Thanks for posting
Your drawing is lovely bro, I really don't have much complaints about anything, just keep enjoying yourself I guess.. Have fun and thank you for sharing your latest works =) Love the nice detailed piece.. amazin imagination! =) Voted for you btw.. =)
I just love your detailed drawings, can't wait to see the colored in version!
dan liimatta:THank you so much haha i dont really know what is happening too=)
Kungfoowiz:Thank you so much especially for the vote thank you thank you=)
Charmer:Thank you so much=))
Conniekat8:Thank you so much=)
just a chow sketch.
Mr.Scribbles: ei THank you ^_^
Nothing to post.Some quick sketches and experimental coloring from imagination.=)
Awsome stuff here. One thing I notice, in some of your sketches your doing some hatching, make sure they follow the contour of your character, use the hatching to help define the form, it will not only make it look a little neater, but it will make your sketches that much more realisitc.
Love the rendering of the cultist. I reckon on the final you could afford to mute the BG a bit to bring him forward? Lovely work though. Thanks for stopping by
Your pieces are amazing I am now a fan of yours!
Rob Powell:Thank you so much for the advice=)
GEB:Thank you.thank you so much for the advice=)
Lightcaster:wowThank you so much=)
Nkristian:Haha mas malupit p din un.Thank you so much!=))
Nothing to update.. this 2 stupid concept line drawings are unfinished works done last year i got bored to finish it so i will just post it and the other 2 is just a speed painting..well i am just trying to play around with my brush and textures and i done that 2 image in almost 30 mins.tc to all=)
Some really nice line pieces again - I really like the first in #81 (really like the softness you managed to give to the volumes of the demon and surroundings without losing form ) and in #88 (nice to see a chubby demon girl and not fat or skinny).
Also like your experiments (aren't they all in a sense) in digital paints - I like the texture you got on the brown textile (gloves and knee socks) and shoulders. In general I think you are doing what I was before in mostly using hard edges (maybe you intend to fix it later, but I'd suggest at least playing with a soft brush sometimes, or smudging out edges as you work with a smudge tool of some kind).
What I really like however are the stories and strange tales of your pieces - it's fun coming by and getting to explore them in all their strangeness (and that's only good).
Wow, those line works are REALLY impressive! So much going on. Looking at them, I was worried that the color versions of your work might feel crowded, but really the opposite was true. Good use of color and dropping things into the background. This stuff is just beautiful!