hola anjin, muy buen sketchbook. Me gustaron varias cosas, pero creo que tus trabajos se verian beneficiados si practicaras mas del natural, de modelo vivo y mas estudios. Lograr un balance entre la inventiva y el estudio. Creo que eso solamente por que tienes una buena base.
Bueno, espero ver mas de tus trabajos.
thank you for the comment, Diego. I believe you are right, I need more drawing and sketching from life, 'cause my school exercises is very far in the time. Spare time is few, pity, but I'm going to try to follow your advice. Sure I'm going to post more things.
Hi anjin, the drawing you posted in #57 is very cool and I can even see you enjoyed it. The lines are loose and fluent.
The faces on your second page are also nice so I would like to see some more of them .
About the ork. I think you started well but try to work on the background. A white bg is not very "readable". Also try to define the legs some more. I'm also wondering where the light is coming from. (I think the first thing to do is to define where the light is coming from and then start to colour ).
EDIT: looks you had one more page :p . I really like the setting of the aircraft drawing so l am looking forward to an update.
Anyway, you've already got some real nice work in here and I would like to see you improve even more so keep going
I'll try to check back later!
Last edited by Lyno; May 15th, 2008 at 02:57 PM.
the #57 is the steampunk suite? I like it a lot, but I sketched it very very fast at job, and color it while I was eating my lunch! Sometimes inspiration is the best thing we have... I am so happy you liked it.
About the ork, you're right, I didn't think on background, just draw it and then clor. My favorite ork I did is at #44. I think I should stop making just characters and develop more background, environment and illumination.
I have all intention to continue the illustration with aircraft and the shieldwall, but I am having a lot of problems with it. It's already the second time I cut everything and start for beginning to color it...
What do you mean exactly for render techniques? just to render the various material or make my color more traditional?
Hey, you have nice work going on but i'd love to see more depth in your pictures, not just with values, also in terms of perspective. Your works seems like rushed sometimes.
As said above, you could try to improve your rendering, right now is too flat and isn't working in a simplistic way either, so in order to improve this you could try to learn how the basic forms reacts to light. Then you simplify in your work.
Hope it helps dude.
you're right Diego, I'm working on three fronts: lights and shadows, double style (and themes), and female anatomy... I hope to see improvements as soon as possible. Thank you for the help, dude.
u have some nice ideas here but there's one thing i noticed on all of ur drawings...the hands...uhm don't are quite right. they always look kinda wrong. but ur technical stuff is awesome.
me gusta mucho el tanke.
sketchbook --> http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho....php?p=1768567
Hey, youve got some neat stuff going here, but I do have to agree with Diego, alot of your stuff seems rushed. Alot of your stuff could be much better if spent a bit more time rendering out the details (I think particularly http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y16...ch007BDIM.jpg).
I know that the sketch you talk about is really rough, that's just a little sketch... maybe I should work more on these sketches.. or just take for what they are... I don't know. Anyway you're right: sometimes I should work more on every thing instead to sketch ideas, srtart the work and then stop passing to another one...
ok.. let me search various thing I started adn then left in the HD of the studio where I work.
yes yo anjin,
i realy like your figures, you have a lot of potential. the environments are dynamic and struktured with good colors.
a tip: get deeper in rendering and textures. use some more brushes, maybe download some. you got the stuff to get great,your work is dope .
see you later bro
Hey, loved the last sketch. It's better than the rest in terms of definition but i insist that you should sketch from life, draw from model or from people to learn to captivate the movement and all the nuances in values. Also it's a good excuse to learn to see the basic shapes in a complex arrangement. That will help you in every aspect of your drawing.
Well keep it up dude.
As first thing: thank you everybody for passing in my sketchbook and the comments.
hey there anjin, I really like the last creature you put up. Hes interesting. The only thing that bothers me about him is his head. Its kinda weird, because the eye is looking right at the camera, but the way the rest of the head is makes it look like his head is turned slightly, but not enough where the other eye would be completely hidden. I get the feeling that hes supposed to be a cyclopse, but because of the position it just looks really really weird to me.
The golden robot looks like a good start, you just need to work on tightening him up a bit. But its definitely a start.