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When I'm looking at your character drawings they seem very loose, sketchy but well defined. Although some of the anatomy is lacking in certain works the style and detail compensates for this just fine, however I dont see this same style in your environment drawings. Is this because you are uncomfortable drawing them?
I'd suggest using the same loose technique and approach towards environments as you do to your character drawings, it might work out for you. Also, just a quick sidenote, do you model all you characters in 1 position or do you model the face and then use blendshapes or other animation techniques to place it in the pose you want?
Hey thanks guys I really appreciate you viewing and kind words.
Crahzz this thread is over 4 years old iv just started to post in it again so some of the works before page 8 are sketches from when i was still in school most of the newer and recent works starts on pages 8-9. By focus I am a character artist although i can create environments its not a usual focus unless its for a client project.To answer your question about my models no i dont use blendshapes on the faces unless im animating them, all the models in this thread were sculpted in zbrush and rendered in maya.
Very nice work you have.I wanted to give some constructive criticism after I saw your other thread in the Artists Looking For Work Section, even though it's tiny critique I didn't want to put it in the thread in which you're asking for work.
For this image I couldn't help but feel his hands seemed a little awkward. Where they are positioned. I'd say that it might help if you had one hand clasping over the top of the other, and also *maybe* try making his clothing pop a little more in comparison to his skin. While it melds together quite nicely, it does kind of feel like the colour scheme is sapping away the personality.
On the other hand though, it's ironic to see a "posh" or upper class mound of muscle. And you've pulled it off really well here. His smug stance, the cane (and the relaxed grip on the walking stick, half-contradicting my hand-clasping advice from before!) and also the tight-fitting, "medieval-faire" clothing really get the idea across well. Even with that defining scar, the red eye and the tattoo and his muscles, he looks more like a nobleman than a thug or brute. So great work there!
Great characters man! You really captured something there with the clown. Thanks for sharing.
ive been frequenting this site for awhile and been watching you stuff figured i'd finally make an account and start posting up some of my sketches. ive just got to say this is some amazing stuff i love the pencils i love the characters you've got in here. and post up some new stuff plz
I Came. O_o
I love your pencil rendering. The scar character is sweet
Thanks for all the feed back guys. It might be a while before i post in here again gonna be tide up with some client work this coming month. Ill try and keep it updated when I can.
Last edited by Robert.B; June 24th, 2008 at 01:21 AM.
lotz of talent mr.B. me likez.
I really should browse the sketchbook forum more often, can't miss out on awesome work like this. Your 3d work is inspiring, particularly since I've just started 3d as well. But I love your sketches the most, some of them look quite unique and are bursting with character. Really looking forward to new updates man.
way too skilled to not be doing concept art for the big $$$.
just wanted to say hey Rob, it's DeLou.
Hey, I really enjoy your ideas/concepts/amount of effort in your work and studies. My only critique would be that you tend to have limbs a little rectangular at the joints in some of yours. I dunno if that was on-purpose or not stylistically, cuz your other drawings are fine. I like your use of emotion and expression. Great work!
Hey, interesting stuff. Some of your colors are a little weird, but the sculptures look nice and so does your drawings.
Quick Pose test. still working on this guy nothing you see right now is final and i will most likely have him in a completely different pose when this is finished
Last edited by Robert.B; August 5th, 2008 at 01:58 PM.
love this drawing style and those sleeves and some hand poses are verry cool
just getting this dude posed. I had to strip him naked before I posed him ( he wasnt pleased 0_0) gonne put the armor back on once I get things the way I want them.
Last edited by Robert.B; August 23rd, 2008 at 12:47 AM.
You should call him chin man!
he's real good though every aspect of him looks great keep working at it
Wow, that guy is AMAZING. I can't get enough of his elbows and forearms.