Sketchbook: Zurgahrs sketchbook
Eventhough some of these pictures may be somewhat finalized, I'd like them to be in this skethcbook so it will be easier to compare them to future works.
These first will be some I've made during this last half year(ish).
(And I'll try to figure out how to upload in bulks and the what nots)
Comments and critique is most welcome!
The attatchments below are from an 3D-introduction class, where one were to do a turn around on a character, and modell it in 3Dsmax. The modell were not to exceed 2000 tris. I will upload an textured version later.
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Well, It might have been a good idea to say that I am currently studiyng Gamedesign and Graphics on Gotlands University. So I ought to be able to upload more stuff soon!
These pictures are from another class, the first two is to show that I can put an character in an environment.
The last one is just a level concept on how a level would look like in a 2D space shooter.
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Wow, looking very good!
Will you texture and paint the 3D one at some point and show it?
I at least look forward to see more of your art, so far it's damn nice!
Well thank you very much, it's very appriciated!
I will texture the 3D creature quite soon, the deadline is on monday so I really need to get started on it haha
I like to hear that, you'll see newer stuff soon I think
I've started a new something, such as portrait and colour study. I think you could call it that.
The thing is, I have no idea how the clothing or the hair would look like. Any ideas?
In retrospect, I can see that I lost some of the nice fleshy-tones I had in the previous sketch, I think I'll try to manage and get them back.
Ps. I'm currently using Mike Nash's awesome brushes and colour swatches.
So it was time for me to end this "study", everlasting sideprojects tend to be time consuming.
Here's the last version of this, I'll try to make something new as soon as I can.
Great paintings. I love the second one in post 2! Keep it up!
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I'm glad to know that you like what I do, especially the one you're reffering to! And I shall most certainly keep it up
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And so the night continued and I couldn't sleep, so here's a somewhat fast thing I did on some amount of time.
Thank you very much! I'll try to share some more stuff soon ^^
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Here's some cartoony exercise I've been working on, playing around with light and colours and trying to stay rather simple.
So here's something I've been trying for some time, to stay cartoony and make some sense of it.
It started out with a black ball, transforming into an eye, and there he was, Zoidberg!
Sheep of passage
Eventhough this isn't a sketch, I want to showcase it anyway
So, I got the task to make an kick-ass sheep for the rite of passage next autumn.
I made the sheep in Photoshop, and I collaborated with another person who made the background and the text.
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before 11 april"
It's been a whilse since I posted something new here, but I've been very busy.
Anywho, I've been taking this Life Drawing course during the summer, and become a bit better at anatomy. So here are some of the things i've done. I'll update some more when I come back home again
So, here's some more stuff I've been doing this summer. Anatomy and shadow-studies.
I would love to hear some thoughts of what I've been doing now, and what I could try to study in the future.
Shadows and rocks
So I got this sketchbook during the summer and started to play around with some shading and such, and yeah, I decided to try out rocks.
C&C are most welcome
Here's my first try at sculping with Super Sculpey, I mainly used a flatbladed screwdriver, the backtip of a brush and a scoop-thingy of some wires.
There are some quirks on the modell which is due to a massive amount of wires and aluminumfoil. But it went rather well for making some sort of anatomical reference for my self.
The lacking of feet and hands is due to the before said amount of foil, which kind of screws it up. But I think I can make something of it anyway.
C&C are very welcome!
Some more sketching and shading.
Do anyone know how to change the thumbnail of the thread?
So, I've been studying some more anatomy-thingys and here's the result of it for this time.
Graphite pencils, stump, eraser-pencil and an A4 paper