Lol awesome stuff Kresh, and you totally lie, im no were near your standard git!
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...rt/haircut.jpg yea my hairs gettin like that now, it refuses to go manly an all bunched up instead its crappin me out an goin straight ;( like a nonce.
Lovin th way you treatin ya renderins in ps, makes em look tasty kresh .
Ok you may proceed..
Yeah you may, give us an update! I dig the crazy hair-do from your last post, but I want some saggier tits on the fat guy
wow dude, after just looking at the third page, from the top to the bottom, i can see so much improvement. it really makes me excited to see what's gonna come in the future. crazy how much difference a new sketch book can make eh?
tranny , didnt mean that hence i quit this sketch lol.
Big dump soon
The last pic is very nice. I check quickly your SB and all I wanna see is more drawings of your "machina kid" ! I love this character !
more machina on the way then.
Had the story of Farenheiht 451 in my brain. Ever see that cheesy ass move they did? After doing this im inspired to do some redesigns of the costumes.
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On the 451 your lighting for the rest of the figure should match the helmet more. The helmut could use more blending between the values. Since the light is hitting it directly from the right, we should get a small highlight on the right and a nice gradient into the shadow.
From the tranny pic I see that you start with the light part first? on the leg. Try to start with the shadow first so you can see the form better and work it as a whole in steps. Block in all your shadows, and don't move on until you're happy with what you've got.
It's been said before, but I'll say it again. This one's fucking brilliant. <bows low>Originally Posted by Kresh
haunted by the re-occuring cowboy, its funny because it was the first post i made. Still havent done anything that beat this yet. Sighhss
sorry no cowboy, just some puke
i think im starting to see my coloruing style come out in these practices. Seems like I like making things come out of darkness. Thanks for allowing me to share.
Btw thanks guys for the comments.
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and a pencil sketch i just did, think it would have been better with some more flesh on the head
great to see u posting again, long time no see. i like that first collage of the last three.
that pencil is tight too. nice rendering.
OBX - drawing a.d.d.
The art of Joel Hladky
-Fear is the enemy of Imagination - Andrew Jones-
thanks obx, yeah ive been gone for awhile. I'm glad u like what u see, I stopped by your sketch book last night, I'm impressed.
And one for the morning bleh.
yes it is good to see you posting again. i agree with what your saying about the colors coming out of darkness. nothing wrong with that. keep up the good work.
Who needs flesh? That drawing looks real cool. Your last two paintings seem kinda muddy and don't have much contrast in them. Your paints aint usually muddy and without contrast, so I don't know if you meant for them to look that way or not? Anyway, to get away from it I suggest you divide characters into light and shadow sides/planes and make any of those sides warm and the other cool. That way I think the muddy impression will go away. And to push contrast just throw in some darker darks and lighter lights where it's appropiate. For the angel maybe something real dark over the eyes and a highlight on the forehead? Or whatever. Keep it up.
im about to quit
I've watched a few seconds of it when it was on the scifi channel, a part where some old lady was lighting herself on fire. Some of these show real rendering skill http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2.../skullhead.jpg. Up the lights on the paintings to keep the characters from merging into the background.Originally Posted by Kresh
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yeah its a rare occasion that i do a good job on pencils. But its happening more frequently now. Will do on those paintings.
Boogie: It was my intention to go muddy, but u are right about the saturations. I'm planning on going back to the goblin one.
This was fun
Nice moody stuff!
You could use some seperations of the figure from the bg and some lighter value somewhere to show the figure coming from darkness rather than in total darkness. Some part could be more hidden in the darkness too. let your eyes pick them up rather than rendering them in. Object in the dark should have softer edges too. You can counter the soft edges with sharper ones in the light. have a little bit of light somewhere to make your figures more 3-d. Keep up the good work!
some pens sketches while i was in the car