Love the emotion and humor you've been able to pull of so far.
You might want to work on them enviros a bit though, maybe grab some ref images and get a routine-technique for yourself, and then build on that.
Looking good, I'll be visiting this thread again for sure!
nice stuff u have,do drop on mine
The G-myster, what up? yeah, no use in calling me when you make it to San Diego, yep. I am now living In Utah. Got me a Job and EA salt lake. but feel free to call if you end up in Utah for some bizarre reason.
I am loving the art, yo! its been a while and quite a lot of updates since i have visited this SB. are you using Painter? looks an awful lot like painter. and one more question do you post your 3d pieces somewhere?
keep poppin em out.
Last edited by crazyace31; October 15th, 2008 at 01:33 AM.
The only constant is change.
Come check out my sketchbook critiques welcome
dig'n the dino! Keep 'em comin!
haha the caveman is great. good call on reworking the face, looks much better now. so looking forward on the finished one. and the dino is awesome.
Really likeing your last three pieces, great amount of character in them.
"From here to the ears and eyes of the 'verse!"
"There are three basic types, Mr. Pizer, the wills, the won'ts, and the can'ts. The wills accomplish everything, the won'ts oppose everything, and the can'ts won't try anything." - Vincent; The Black Hole
Indeed you have some nice rendering skills, very nce, subtle values.
I think you just need to work a tad on texture, making rock look hard, wet areas look like wet etceteraetcetera.
But you definately have the ability to make forms look good, almost very 3D.
Keep it up!
peetaer- thank man, thanks for the kind words
lakka- i usually think of my stuff as a concept for a model, so thanks for the 3d comment. and with that i usually do more of the texture difference in the model, but it is something that i would really like to start putting time into, i just always end up putting it off till the end, then i end up moving on, hehe
here is a little doodle i have going for the super stylized challenge this month
Hey ..i like your rendering style..
makes me remind those old fairy tale hardbound illustrations...
cool colouring and the sense is very elvish...
i liked the last one...the guy with those inverted walrus tusks..
keep it up...
do walk into my sketchbook...
i've got something interesting for you in the beginning pages...and some new speedies lately too
There is but one short cut to success...apparently its called Hardwork.
The Great Indian Mythology Character Design Trick - ( please do leave your comments on this sketchbook) http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=142727
animo-thanks for the comments, the little troll guy made me giggle a lot as i was painting him.
gshaw, yeah, i am actually working on some shoulder piece or armor for that close arm. i will post up some of the ideas im kicking around once i have them kind of roughed in.
thanks for swinging through guys
here is a little update on the pillbot, i liked him so i continued on. im going to go in on the arms and legs and make them a bit more cartoony and flowy. maybe do a shot from the back, or model it out, then paint over on the back to figure it out. also going to bring in some influences from the krieger series to get some fun shapes introduced in the body