thanks danny and adrian! oh yeh deffo from a photo, i could never do something like that from imagination!
heres one from a photo of my gf giorgia. i think these studies are helping you know, the pen feels less awkward in my hand and i starting to find which brushes are good. let me know what you think.
also someone at Autodesk made a logo thing based on one of the parts I did for a little iPhone game for a developer working for them, which i thought was nice.
Last edited by Velocity Kendall; September 6th, 2011 at 01:23 PM.
i done this monowheel thing as a joke, to make something really outlandish and wierd sit on a boring suburban drive, but i actually like it, strange taste i know!
+ a sketchoff with my friend insane lemur and more crap paiting practice
Last edited by Velocity Kendall; September 9th, 2011 at 01:33 PM.
man your 3d stuff breaks it! really interesting
Thank you very very much guys
Andres, your studies and other work really show how it should be done, i was blown away
King your name says it all, youre a legend!
MF dude same! I just enjoyed like 6 back issues of Metal Fingers monthly, it was wicked! amazing textures on the grounds especially, i still aint figured that stuff out.
Reika you humans are so... human. like real people, not just shouting cartoon characters. really giving me the inspiration itch!
here is more messing around with old PSDs while 3DS is chugging through something..
and a thing i found in my hd and played with.
Last edited by Velocity Kendall; September 21st, 2011 at 07:36 PM.
Darn Awesome stuff Velocity. Really sweet. I really love those Christo-esque (yours are better) landscapes back in that conglomeration post on page 14, with the arches and lines and stuff. That mountain walker one blows my mind, it's in my "new inspiration" folder. The recent paintings are really good too! Love that night scene one with the black trees and the windows on the last page. Heck, even most of the boring stuff is pretty cool! You da man!
Such cool variety in your stuffs
I don't really know why, but this pic directly following the cozy neighborhood you modeled, made me laugh uncontrollably for hours. Or minutes. But it felt like hours. Great stuff man! Always an inspiration!!!
I love yous guys. i am very flattered you took the time to look through and comment
Corlan youre the first I think to paint over something, its amazing! Please feel free. same for everyone else.
these for example. inspired by Yor. still just learning with my little wacom. no idea where theyre going. have a play!
and also a paintover from a piece by the excellent Obier
and one with the esteemed Mr Corlan
Last edited by Velocity Kendall; September 22nd, 2011 at 01:15 AM.
ha thanks snake! just to be clear thats a paint over, the original was by Obier
"those Christo-esque landscapes back in that conglomeration post on page 14, with the arches and lines and stuff"
i forgot, i got some work off the back of those, its wicked! if they are built and they fall down and kill many people its vulgar's fault for making that EOW competition.
heres some cool things i found; enjoy!
Last edited by Velocity Kendall; September 23rd, 2011 at 09:05 PM.
Very nice! I really like the sketches and futuristic architectural stuff!
Hah, that's awesome! And Obier's was done after Sparth. Triple awesomeness.
Those first two are really cool too. Who are they inspired by?
I'll definitely do another one of these soon. I gotta finish up some darn paintings for a show before I can get back to messing around with real fun stuff. Good post!
[Edit] - I wasn't the first to do a paintover. I only got started on that because I saw the one xbert did.
Last edited by Mr. Corlan; September 23rd, 2011 at 09:36 AM.
Hah! SMASHING! The evolution continues! I've decided that you're the corpus callosum of the art brain that is the internet! Thank you so much for what you do man, honestly, you remind me of what it means to have passion... If I ever make it across the pond again, first pint's on me! Cheers!
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