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following along with a whit brachna video
Caspia thanks! yeah I really need too work on defining them more, maybe if I do something with more architecture it will force me too.
and it was a video on sale through the art department, I bought it awhile back when CA.org had a sale, I just tried to look for it for you but I don't think the stores up anymore
your work look so rich with those textured brushes, your characters are quite interesting too!
Are those tree brushes in your previous piece? That piece looks so nice and atmospheric, may I ask where did you find those? because I failed to find a good one.
People these days should prepare chill pills in their medical cabinets.
Thanks! KrayTSAOI use this set: http://qbrushes.net/nature/beyond-the-mist-brush-set/
they work really well in the distance
Very nice progress!
art is never finished, only abandoned~Leonardo da Vinci
ezekrialase Thanks dude!
Screen shot study from master and commander, didnt turn out much like him though
skin tone study
tronrobot- Thanks man! haha I'll have to do more of these, just blocking in really big, it takes less time and I learn so much about colour from it.
game of thrones
Umbravita- Thanks mate! I think not finishing has to be a weakness of mine I will try to work on something till the finished stage soon
painting screenshot from blade runner, tried to take this further than other pieces
next I really want to work on an environment, 100 percent finished, instead of just a half effort, gotta see what i can do
I dont normally do these but figured I should since I'm forcing myself to fully finish this next one, quick thumbnails for asian styled environment painting
Oh and my Loomis hardback came in the mail, I worked through Figure Drawing for all its worth, e-book a lot in the past. Figured I should buy it and try learn from it again. I've mainly been using Bridgman which is still great but I feel like something different
I like your composition sketches. Careful with the use of cheesy white spots in the eyes ( #195)
Thanks silverrspells! definitely need to keep that in mind infuture
facey mc face face
Nice brushwork here, i find your strokes very interesting.
You have an abstract way of drawing forms and that's very nice.
I like the stylized sketch on #192.
Keep working the forms and how to put some more 3d shapes.
My Sketchbook ---> http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...42#post3225942
Heres an environment I've been working on for awhile now
Starting on Loomis, looks so average!
Got a lot of work to do
sentry robot thing,
if anyone has any good sites or book recommendations on vehicle drawing industrial design stuff, that would be amazing
Thanks a bunch rastaray
Hey Andre, really nice studies man! I'd like to starting working from film screenshots and I reckon you've just given me the motivation to give it a go. It also looks like we're both going through Figure Drawing For All It's Worth at the moment. Like you I've looked through it a bit in the past and worked from it a bit but this is my attempt to try and get through the whole lot. Looking forward to seeing how you find the rest of the book and watching your work improve because of it. Keep it up!
Ps. I'm jealous of your Kekai print on page six, such a great painting.
Heres an awesome site with movie screenshots - http://www.cinemasquid.com/blu-ray/movies/screenshots
And great! good to hear I am not alone haha, looking forward to seeing how you go aswell man ^_^
and thanks! I scored it off ebay, his work is so jizztastic
need to paint something this isnt a portrait next! maybe some more anatomy prac or something fun