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I just watched your livestream! Nice work!
I had no idea that the brain have an easier time learning stuff in the morning as you mentioned, but well, it inspired me to try an idea! From now on, I will wake up 1-2 hours earlier and try to do studies before I go to school! Would be awesome if I could learn some more stuff!
Hey! It's worth a shot!
Wow I gotta say that illustration of the archer on post 60 is amazing. Great composition. It's very dinamic.
Good luck with your Lizard entry.
Last edited by Voodoo_Mama; January 27th, 2012 at 07:14 PM. Reason: spelling mistakes...spelling mistakes everywhere....
great SB. TThanks for sharing
J: Don't call my escorts hookers.
B: Mom's still got it!
J: I don't date whores!
L: This objectification of women has to stop!
M: It's just mom and whores...
My Sketch Book
Looks awesome! I already told you about the grumpy face and how much I liked it
I could not really see in facebook , but here the girl's expression is really good too.I think you're making progress in the whole conveying emotion through face kind of deal.Great job!
Awesome rendering skills! I really like the balance of hard and soft edges in this piece: http://img708.imageshack.us/img708/4...lverbyjohn.jpg
Nice job on your latest character. The arms in the character sheet looks a bit short to me, the lower arm and hand should generally be the same length as the lower leg, yours falls a bit short.
Keep up the good work!
you are good at drawing those are reely awesome
great skills nice colors, but I think that you should add some complementary colors to achive more depth of Yor pictures
in need of help please comment and constructive CRITIQUEmy sketchbookYarosh on DASORRY FOR MY BAD ENGLISH
Crazy Pills, Thank you! yes you're right he's the monster hunter!
Marian Rowling: Thank you for the encouragement, you're too kind
I gotta be more active, let's go back to basics!
Fast Feet study:
Ilya Repin master study:
Loomis studies (a ton more to come):
Last edited by John Silva; April 22nd, 2012 at 08:58 AM.
That last goblin is amazing. I love the textures, the colors and the explosions!
Nowww, I'm doing my fundamental studies, what about you?
Unfinished master study (shame on me):
Hey look! they liked my previous goblin so much that now i gotta do another... (I'M TIRED OF GOBLINS...PLEASE GIVE ME DEMONS OR STUFF LIKE THAT!!!)
Still on the very early stages:
I hate it when I see good art and the only thing I can is "It is awesome".
But anyway, I'll say it: your artwork is bloody awesome.
Last edited by Guardian G.I.; April 28th, 2012 at 02:34 AM.
''The problem with quotes from the internet is that it is difficult to verify their authenticity'' - Abraham Lincoln
"It is awesome" )
But yea, the studies are looking very good, it's great that you keep doing them even thou' you started to get work like a boss. It shows you're genuinely intersted in getting better.
I'd say about the goblin, maybe to do something about the eye that isn't seen. Maybe get more of it in somehow, or get the eyebrow in. That part looks a bit wierd to me as is now. Or maybe it's just me. Oh and, take note that eye doesn't really look at the viewer right now, if that was the intention, you gotta work that pupil more. It's a damn hard thing to do from my experience, haha.