Sketchbook: An Artkat - Page 2
Alrighty, stage 2. Getting a background and some shading started.
some cool stuff
love the zombie(ish) stuff and the rendered lady, awesome work!
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Stage 3. Not that far but was trying out different colors for the figures. I've been adding and deleting faces/bodies here and there.
Got distracted and doodled for an hour; not quite finished but time for sleeeeeeep
I would suggest you work on your line quality so that your work can have more form feel to it, your figures need some push on the form side,
keep em coming, that statue is coming nice
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Finally the weekend! Some of the faces have been bothering me so I've been redoing some.
Getting a feel for the snowy/dull palette of snow scenery | Photoshop + tablet
Whoa totally creepy stuff, and you pulled off a pretty convincing snow/ cold landscape feel. Good job ^_^
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You have a great sense of atmosphere and mood. I love the slightly grungy feel to some of your pieces, it works wonderfully.
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Work completely took over my life this past week; this quick sketch is what I managed to squeeze in before I passed out on my bed. Still working on landscapes!
interesting stuff... keep going on!
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Started doodling this during lunch breaks; figuring out bits and pieces
A fan of dark forest scenery
Really like your style, your paintings have loads of atmosphere, this is something I need to work on so I'm very jelouse!..
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Yeah, this is cool!
Love the splashes of color.
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Been fighting with the face on this one. Was just trying to doodle but ended up working in this a lot longer than I intended. Maybe I'll have better luck tomorrow.
Lunch break sketching started with a random figure and it kind of molded into this here. I've always been fascinated with the feather texture but could never get it down really.
Fashion! Lol just some concepts I wanted to sketch out.
In the painting mood so I continued this further. Any thoughts? Not sure where the lighting is going so I'm slightly confused... lol
Here's the start of an attempt at a lizard. Started making up the twirly bits ^^
Something I started over the weekend that began as figure drawing practice. Reference used:
hey thanks a lot for ur comment. i see u uploades some new interesting stuff...
it's amazing. are u studying design or it's just ur hobby?
Last night's quick paint; I feel like I can get more detail added in
I studied something different but I kept painting/design as a hobby throughout school and still love doing it everyday whenever I can!
Great sketchbook Lee! you have a strong grasp on value in colours! something I am trying to attain myself. Im afraid I have nothing but ass pats for you! I will subscribe and keep an eye out for your progress
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I think I need to find another way to keep my energy up after work so I can paint longer lol. I don't post anything for a whole week and then weekend comes and I'm painting like crazy!
Here is 'Spelunking' | Photoshop + tablet
Fantastic grotesque style, I especially love the lipstick piece.
Keep on going, looking forward to seeing more.
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Started this Friday night and just got around to adding some more detail to her; still a work in progress.
I had some fun and painted Raven last night while also deciding to be more aggressive with painting/practice everyday. Got a little lazy last week -___-
Quick painting last night. My dog kept following me around the house so that element kind of worked its way in this one. Trying to lay down heavy areas of color instead of taking it slow.