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Hi my name is Atey Ghailan and im 23, i am working at atomhawk design as a fulltime concept artist. At work i dont really have focus area and are more of a all rounded artist,
but i am working on learning and improving my industrial designs and give a high sense of realism, i always strive to try and give a cinematic feeling , i have been trying to improve my line work aswell , the direction and focus i am aiming for is mostly towards vehicles/mechs and enviorments, but am trying aswell to work on my character designs.
Your guys input would mean alot to me and i think it will help me move forward with more clear direction of what i should focus upon improving and practise
Thanks in advance!
Last edited by snatti; August 1st, 2012 at 03:19 AM.
Well... I love your style and your art, i'm really trying to achieve something similar for my works so maybe i should ask instead of answering but there's something i've noticed that could help you a lot. You should take care more about your value separation indoor and outdoor, even when you're doing linedrawing. Most of the time you have just major value separation like subject > middleground > background or something similar but if you have time to separate values between those major guidelines then your work will gain more depth and it will be more grounded.