I finally decided to start a sketchbook here, don't hesitate to comment and crit stuff.
Don't know what to add to that so let's get to it
Thanks for watching
Last edited by heavenwill; December 17th, 2012 at 06:24 AM.
Had so much fun with the guys from [URL="http://conceptworld.deviantart.com/"conceptworld[/URL] yesterday, they organized a speed painting day.
For each round you had 30 min to paint something with a little brief.
Horrifying how half an hour is short...
Creature, flying, insect
Exploratory vehicle (like Curiosity)
Mech, war robot
Very good experience with guys from all ranges of skill, good critiques and stuff.
You can check all entries here : http://conceptworld.deviantart.com/favourites/41518010
Great to see you´re also on conceptart. Keep up your great work!
Hey there! Lovely start to a sketchbook.Your environments/concepts and mech related pieces are wonderful and looking quite convincing already.
Keep studying thyat anatomy and get going on gestures - try to be fluid and loose when drawing the figure, think about how much more organic the body is and the way it holds itself. That might help in loosening up your figures to make them look more life like, perhaps.
The thumbnails and things are lovely, you seem to have a good understanding of perspective which is great !
Nice sketchbook. I like the loose feel most of your pictures have, it makes them feel lively, especially the environments. I also like that you are drawing a variety of subjects, I like brave artists who'll give everything a go. It's inspirational. The head/face studies are pretty damn solid looking too, have a good grasp of light & form. Can't wait to see more.
Hey! Great start! Lotta good skills being developed and shown here. My two cents worth is to improve your character design skills by learning how to draw them from imagination. Study Glenn Vilippu, Michael Hampton, and Mike Matessi for a start. They are all great! Good job Sir!
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Creativity at high level here. Interesting themes and environment. Remain inspired, and do more anatomy.
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