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I like your monkey.
Hey, thank you for the link.. was very helpful indeed!
But your sb as well.. great rendering... so clean and perfect :p.
I have to work with more contrast and maybe try to "build" figures .. not just copy them. I guess this whould help me to get the right feeling.
Thanx and thumbs up!
20th of April 2008
another greeaat pic.. keep it going!
21st of April 2008
24th of April 2008
more photoshop sketches
very nice, your work has a very angular look- as if it were more a sculpture than a drawing.
All around, very nice stuff. Not much to critique, except maybe to keep cranking out the work. You seem to have an excellent knowledge of hand structure. Somebody mentioned it before, maybe focus more on simplifying your studies rather than spending all that time making them look so f*cking sweet. But hey, either way we win.
Would love to see some more complete figure sketches, but the disembodied limbs are nice to look at too. Your stuff rocks.
Waah, some of your paintings remind me Egon Shield, this one especially : http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1208269596.
You have clean lines and excellent sens of the volumes, I admire your work for that!
Impressive man! I highly admire your pencilwork, very clean!
nice stuffs, thanks for the link! I think I'd seen that page before but the pencil had me in such a quandary I couldn't absorb any of the goodness. I have a question, what do you so for uploading images? scan or photograph them? and if you scan them what do you do to avoid making them look crazy bright?
Loved the one with the monkey
impressive stuff u got here, uve got a nice style of drawing
those doodles on post 36 and 37 are great!
I wonder how long ur drawing u don't look like a starter to me
edit: I have a question, how were u able to change the image next to your thread? cuz with my thread it just displays a cropped version of the first image :s
Last edited by Grafguy; April 26th, 2008 at 12:56 PM.
26th of April 2008
Last edited by Moftah; April 29th, 2008 at 07:35 AM.
so do you use a flash or so you use sunlight?
that last picture is insane, and thanks for all the help!
This stuff is gold mate, keep pumpin!
You have a rediculous amount of talent. I'm glad you decided to start posting. I think your composition on the page/digital canvas is rock solid, and then you translate that to a solid digital presentation on this forum. Nothing really feels like a sketch, I would say--even your new photoshop sketches, because they're so well composed. Anyway, I subscribed and I'm looking forward to seeing more of your work.
your hands, oh my GOD... they contrast is fantastic. Great work!!!
Wow, you've got a beautiful rendering technique, both in your sketches and colour pieces. Very nice sense of volume as well.
Your definitions are bold and it seems to me like you are only using straight lines?
You might enjoy looking at Phil Noto if you have not already ^^
really good start here friend, keep it up.
i really like the hand studies..very precise
29th of April 2008