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"Come at me bro!"
Looks nice. Only thing I can see on the batman sketchy is the gargoyles ledge drifting down feels weird. I think it's mainly because since it's supposed to be in the foreground so much it wouldn't really drift off the VP the building it's on is using. Think they would stay fairly the same to one another.
Everythings looking good though
Sketch for the Tomb Raider Contest on Deviantart. Oh man that perspective is terrible...
Last edited by Capt Surge; February 4th, 2013 at 07:35 PM.
Hard perspective to pull off. From my POW looks like her hips are "flexing" forward alot... coming into a slight seated position. I think this is because of the position of her torso and head. I think these two components need to follow the perspective more. Is this possibly a scene with fishbowl effect? Looks good so far...keep fleshing it out
Thanks for the feedback, here is an update still in grayscale I have no idea about colors and I need to do studies on rocks and fire...
Last edited by Capt Surge; February 7th, 2013 at 02:51 AM.
Unfinished head study...
Last edited by Capt Surge; February 7th, 2013 at 08:00 PM.
Chow picture, trying to finish, I think I've found an effective way to color my line drawings.
She is suppose to be a volcano goddess but I didn't have time for researching and all the thumbnails because its was so last minute.
Last edited by Capt Surge; February 26th, 2013 at 07:34 PM.
unfinished studies and stuff...
Last edited by Capt Surge; March 2nd, 2013 at 08:11 PM.
Work in progress, I already know about the wings, sheesh
sketches, thumbnails, painting practice and stuff...
fleshed out the first sketch some more, gonna flesh out the others next.
I really dig your character designs and the way you draw women. Is your current rendering technique particularly quick? I'm looking for something more efficient because I always get bogged down once I start rendering out character designs. It's the reason most of my designs stop in the sketch stage. Any advice you drop on me is much appreciated :)
mistakes were made...
Looking great! Your character designs are wonderful. You've got a really good grasp of value. Keep posting!
Can't seem to upload more than one image. Anyway, WIP, I redid an old MTG card just for fun to practice some stuff. It sort of helped but I still got so many things wrong. The card is called Adarkar Valykerie if you wanna compare.
I love your scetchbook, seeing your improvement from post to post. Please keep uploading.
Your rendering rocks man! The proportions on her arms are a little off.
Yeah keep it up.
Painting studies in grayscale again, I tried to do better with the faces...
I made studies from life and photos, some are quick and others are longer. I tried doing some landscapes, starting with some grayscale thumbnails to get the shapes. I will eventually try them in color and maybe one day have some decent landscape stuff.
A work in progress trying to use things that I learned and also a milestone thing, the painting of the girl with the Christmas hat is a painting I never showed and it was done in 2011 for a friend. I thought I was so good until I arrived at conceptart.org. The other painting was done a few days ago. I thought people might like seeing this...
Last edited by Capt Surge; July 21st, 2013 at 09:23 PM.
A portrait study, trying to get better doing faces...
Unfinished study haven't been here in a long time, trying to practice more but...
Hey, it's been a while. Showing great forms here man.
The portrait from #146 makes me wanna lick my monitor. Very nice.
Character of the week, is always good practice.