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Wowow last drawing seems cool) Your tones are great man)
Thanks for the tip Rinnikirun need to work more on perspective
Heres an update on the piece. Dan Warren gave me a paint over and changed a lot of things, and even though I feel like I can take less credit for this, It's a part of the learning experience and the critiques I get teach me loads.
some poses from loomis and imagination. bad
Last edited by Alla Primal; July 7th, 2012 at 11:18 PM.
I've been lurking in here for quite a while, a shame I didn't comment on your work yet.
Definitely like what I see here. There are some great gaps in between your work, but what you recently did looks promising.
I dig the idea of the faces, might give it a try as well.
@LastGen Thanks, I appreciate it. You should try it
@Ty Dawg around 30 minutes give or take, not sure
Really not feeling great about this, pretty terrible. Just shows what I need to work on most, aka the human form.
Last edited by Alla Primal; July 9th, 2012 at 09:54 PM.
HEy Thomas, nice storytelling quality in your painted figures. I need to get some storytelling in my figures! Cool brush stroke technique: shows movement and it's lively.
Behind every great master is a great student...
Imagination is more important than knowledge- Albert Einstein...
NEW SKETCHBOOK -- http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...40#post3743640
OLD SKETCHBOOK: http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...25#post2543225
trying more illustration stuff, its kind of frustrating but im having fun. i like how this turned out, much better than my last attempt i think. he was originally dopey, and then I changed him to mega sinister, both didn't really work so i went for a middle
Last edited by Alla Primal; July 29th, 2012 at 10:04 AM.
Wow, that last illustration is really good man
my sketchbook- http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...=235313&page=3
Damn Man, that crocodile dude illustration is pretty badass. It's cool to see the process of it to.
Great work in here. You have a great sense of story telling. (love the out of focus sign at crocman)
Tip: Try no to blur all color plains together. Put some hard edges in the right spots.
Love your greyscale character sketches they have a lively feel to them.
Thanks for putting them up.
You had me confused for a bit.... cause there's you (Thomas M.), a Brit, and also a ThomasM (a Brit)... the one of "Insatiable Curiosity" on this site.
Anywho... when thinking about the composition... also think about the shapes. Consider that all large shapes are made up of smaller shapes... and a very limited number of them (cone, sphere, pyramid, box, cylinder).... all other shapes can be built of these.
You'll notice that these simple shapes all have symmetry.
So right away something you can do to both improve your compositions and the way your big shapes look is to make dead sure that all of the simple shapes in your drawing are symmetrical.
All the spheres, cones, boxes, etc... and, if you're using perspective... that they have the correct perspective.
Use those small shapes to find the planes.
This is how to build images that have volume and depth, and that also read well.
Good luck man!
Whatever you're doing keep it up because you're improving a lot.