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yaaaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah man finaly, hahaha GREAT . btw thanx so much for stopping by again feel huged huged hugend man !
i can see immmmprovemennnt ! the latest chardisgn is wicked, i realy like it ! the portaits are looking tight too, as the lifepointing for sure. keep on doing these aahh, and awesome studies. so much awesomeness <(o.o)> dont stop ma friend !
Man have i missed stuff. O_O Looking at your sketchbook kinda makes me see the importance of being able to properly contruct objects and people.
The characters are looking awesome btw! And the studies, woah!
wish my studies were so clean, clear and good lookin.
I really really like anatomy studies and characters.If you wanna improve your looseness and overall "swooshiness" in lines, just try and study that aspect, as you study the rest! just pick some really good loose artist and study, copy, try and have fun following the flow of the lines.Disney people or some good comic artists will do.Check out claire wendling, she's really really good at that.
keep 'em coming, i love what i zee
Thanks for passing by and for the motivation mah friend. That character was actually the 3rd attempt. I still see place for a lot of improvement. The face lacks character and the legs aren't looking right for my taste so I'll probably do another version.
Thanks mate! I still struggle a lot with construction, specially when drawing heads. Just keep practicing!
Thanks for the tip! Too much cleanness can end up looking stiff sometimes. When I draw too loose I tend to mess up my proportions. So I guess you just have to find the balance in between.
This is a portrait/study I did for a friend after a photo he gave me. Scanning it really messed up the values. And then playing around with the levels to get rid of some smudge messed it up even more. Anyway I hope you like it.
Aww cute portraits, i usually do the same thing.. my scanner doesn't scan the right values at all and then i "fix" them with levels...
Hey cool little presentation. I like how the dummy turned out. By dummy do you mean you'll change him completely? Or keep him and mess around with him until he looks like u want him too (keeping him recognizable from the dummy)?
Cool stuff, can i take a wild guess and say that the game will be about a ladybug? I'd love to see some more stuff from it.
Sweet updates! I particularly like the thumbnails. I was doing some plants' thumbnails just few days ago and although they turned out horrible (I was using gray markers for the first time in years) I had fun. You know how much I like playing with organic shapes.
Keep up the good work!
i love animation jobs especially boxer too good D
Those skulls are really long on vertical line, intentional? studies are good, maybe too soft brushes there and there
MY SKETCHBOOK IN BIG LETTERS: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=116474
COMPLETE LIST OF THE FORGOTTEN SKETCHBOOKS: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...=1#post1992378
Thanks for dropping in mate. Now that you're talking about it, I would like to see you try some technical stuff. Who knows what you might come up with.
Glad you like them! Just crappy experiments though. Now I'm busy doing the real work.
That's how they looked on the reference. Maybe they were distorted or something.
Here's a little sketch, just to get away from drawing ladybugs and plants all day.
Inspired by a drawing did two years ago. I will put more work into it later on. Crits are always welcome.
looking really good man!
you've been busy with some intersting work, working on animation looks like a blast!
i really like that last character you posted, very good pencils and has definately lost a lot of stiffness.I'd make sure i work with contrast even more, see how "explicit" that thing he's got on his forehad is, just cause its a bit darker.Putting that kind of contrast with patterns coulp puh it even further imho.
When working on characters like this one or the knight i'd really check out some good reference for the pose, cause imho it makes half of the personality or a sketch.Pose yourself, look out how other artist handled it, look for ref.
Really good job
Thanks for dropping by bro! I need to check out reference more often indeed. However for that last character I did walk around the room trying to get the right feeling for his pose. I had a class in 3d animation the last 3 weeks and they taught us to act out the scenes before you sit down to animate them. It makes your life a lot easier.
Here's some more stuff for my school project. It's going to be a 2d exploration game for the iphone. I did various experiments trying to decide on the narrative and the feeling of the world along with the game designers and then I started to work on the main character. The project is a little chaotic due to some problems that occurred along the way, but hopefully I'll be able to pull of something decent in the end. Crits and comments are highly aprreciated.
Last edited by fantasyartist; April 23rd, 2009 at 11:01 PM.
I think it looks interesting, kinda makes me wish i had an Iphone so i could try it out when you'r done. Like the green colours better than the purple/pink btw, don't really know why but it seems more fitting somehow.