mono2k5 Thanks man , glad you like the textures.
CouchPotato lol man, yeah Zbrush is a very interesting program, but powerful too. Let's just say that interface is very "unique" . Actually I am using Mudbox, which has a very easy and clean interface.
With the character designs, I appreciate your critique, that's a good reality check To tell you the truth, you are the second one to tell me about the afro of the 3 eyed chick, lol. In any case, since I am doing this during the weekends for a project, I just pick any old design I have and go with it without thinking too much about it. Like that robot thing, I envisioned as an aquatic soldier or whatever, was something I did on the spot while sculpting. Anyways, I would keep this in mind, probably get into the habit of doing thumbnails and checking those artists out. Greatly appreciate the insight.
Keep looking forward for that tut man.
Sawa Thanks for the kudos on the life drawings, I will keep practicing on those
So now for an update, this week's life drawings. We are focusing on defining form with line and tone, which means line shading and cross hatching. Usually my class consists on two and a half hour sessions on tuesday and thursdays. But this week, I have been attending other sessions on monday and wednesday, since everything cool down in school after the midterms 2 more hours tomorrow yey
The next drawings were done on the usual 18 x24" newspaper. The poses were 15 min long each. Later on, as an advice from my instructor I move to a large one, 24 x 32" paper with the same time for poses, which means I have to be more spontaneous and fast Also try to experiment with color pencils.
The next ones, are the ones I did on the larger paper.
P.D: Sorry for the photo quality
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