Wow, you have some nice sketches and paintings, you seem to draw a lot of super heroes. Are you planning on working in the comic book industry?
I really like the story you are telling in this one: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...hmentid=310460 ... the Warrior Dwarf resting under a tree.
And this is a very good SP: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...hmentid=534380. It shows you can use powers of observation pretty well.
I do see need for improvement in the faces sometimes; the position of eyes is sometimes wrong. And sometimes the limbs of the characters face in impossible directions--for instance, the lower left leg and foot on this one. If you work on gesture drawings and try to think of which way the limbs are turned, I think you will improve more.
You've made a lot of improvement since page one. Good luck.
Hi all guys! My new works.
Once upon a time in a far away land a merchant was preparing to set out on a long journey. This merchant had three daughters, and he asked all of them what they would like as gifts for themselves when he returned from his voyage. The first daughter requested a golden crown, and the second one wanted a crystal mirror. The third daughter asked only for "the little scarlet flower."
The merchant set out on his journey. It did not take him very long to find a beautiful golden crown and a fine crystal mirror. He had difficulty however, finding the third gift, the scarlet flower. He searched everywhere, and eventually his search led him into a magical forest. Deep within these woods there was situated a palace, in whose courtyard grew a beautiful flower. As the merchant drew closer to the flower he realized what it was, the scarlet flower. Cautiously, the merchant picked the flower that his youngest daughter wanted so badly. Upon picking the scarlet flower he was confronted by a hideous beast, who demanded that in return for picking the flower the merchant must send one of his daughters deep into the enchanted forest, to live with the beast forever.
Upon recieving the scarlet flower, the merchant's youngest daughter agreed to go to the beast. She journeyed alone into the forest and found the castle where she would dwell forever. For a time, she lived there very happily. The beast had not revealed himself to her, and showered her daily with kindness and gifts. She started to grow quite fond of her invisible keeper, and one day asked that he show himself. The beast reluctantly gave into her plea, and just as he had feared, she recoiled in terror at the site of him.
;That night the girl had a haughnting dream about her father falling deathly ill. She begged the beast to release her, so that she could find her dying father. Touched by her concern, the beast released her on one condition - that she return to him in three days time. The girl found her father, and prepared to return to the beast in the alloted time. However, her sisters altered the time on the clocks, making her arrive late. There upon her arrival the girl was horrified at what she encountered. The beast was dead, lying there clutching her scarlet flower. Heartbroken, the girl embraced the dead beast, and declared her love for him. Having done this, she unknowingly broke the evil spell, and her beloved beast awoke, turning into a handsome prince.
They lived happily ever after.
I like your colours! klas bratan!
The last picture is really beautiful, everything looks so calm and serene. Good 3D models also. Keep it up.
"How'd you like them apples?"
оличные вещи естЬ!
Last ones are great!
Your colors are very nice and the linework in most of your sketches is really nice. Your paintings however are quite flat.
You should let the saturation, "crispness" and contrast taper out more as you go into the background because right now it feels like everything is foreground which is a bit overwhelming to look at.
Keep up the good work!