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Something to start with:
Storyboard I made about a dog and a robotic vacuum cleaner
Full video from the storyboard can be found here:
A still image:
A quicker still...
Last edited by Kighard; April 12th, 2012 at 10:45 AM.
What a great start!I love the mob car ,the un finished work and the gorgeous storyboard
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I realy like you'r clean style in drawing objekts and those enviroment's . Also your light and shadow composing isn't bad but you could try a sharpener brush to create more detail .
About your Skulls they are not perfekt but quite a good beginning maybe you should do some referenze studies to work on this .
Keep it on
Nice studies, loving those enviros and the car, it looks like you have a pretty good sense for perspective. Specially the one with the woman, thats a pretty good painting!
As for the skulls I would suggest you use some reference too (you can get cheap anatomic skulls on ebay) as you probably did with those hands, which look really nice!. Also I think using sharper and more angular lines would help them, rather than those round corners.
Keep it up!
M1dor1 - Thanks! The clean style sometimes really annoys me :/ I'll try to sharpen it out next time.
WillGreen - Thank you! I think I'll try to get a model somewhere. I'm not sure if I understand you correctly. Do you mean something like boxing the skull out or just draw lesser round sketchlines? Grtz
Another question: Is there a hole from the "temple" to the "eyeball hole" or is it closed? Cause I downloaded a 3D model from a skull and they drew a hole...
I think it's getting a bit better...
Last edited by Kighard; April 16th, 2012 at 11:49 AM.
I meant doing less round lines and working more on the "chisled" edges a skull has, but seeing your last update I can see that improving, great job
Also look into Andrew Loomis books if you havent already, they are free and have great info on constructing the human head/skull
WillGreen - Thanks mate!
Owkey, skulls from today: Tried to make the last one a bit less caricatural.
And two hands from today:
Last edited by Kighard; April 17th, 2012 at 05:31 PM.
St Pete - Thx. It's an animation in photoshop. Grtz