I like your style. Very nice drawings
You've got some really nice things going on here!
The pieces where you've loosened up really stand out for me, The lava monster and the dude with the two maces are great (thighs/legs in general on this one maybe a little short, but thats me being picky).
Oh and before I forget, that simple, blue environment/cityscape is awesome!
Keep posting and I'll be back for a visit later on,
Last edited by depict; September 15th, 2007 at 02:26 AM.
My Sketchbooook http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=105803
Ikuru, those are really awesome.
You present a diversity which is enjoyable as hell.
Love the full-color works. Love the grayscale comics. Make more of them sometime.
Good to see you here mate. Nice sketches as always
So many lovely things here.
You really manage to give your characters style and personality. Actually i would really love to print me poster of the flying naked girl throwing the plane, love it.
Your rendering style is often very scratchy, which is not a bad thing (i have also e very scratchy look most of the time in my drawings), but i would suggest to concentrate more on the planes of the body during the rendering. In some of your pictuers the shading often more flattens the area than it gives a sense of volume, because the strokes arent in the right angle and don´t follow the form.....i hope this makes sense to you...
Keep it up
B-E-A-Utiful stuff my friend! the man with all the satchels and the skateboard has to be one of my favorites as is the medic concept. keep it up bro!
sorry, I was thinking about something. what'd you say again?
>check out my sketchbook<
I noticed you asked for some help in the CHOW thread.
Here is a a quick sketch for you to maybe help with some structure issues and to help balance your composition a little more.
I moved the plume of light smoke over more to fill that negative space over her left side and I made her palms up holding her weapons. (it's very general)
I gave her hips and legs a bit more structure as well.
I suggested that you draw her legs without the boots first in order to get proportions correct. It's important to think this way and then add the clothing later so you can convince the viewer better that the clothing/boots are being worn. It's not the best sketch but I hope this helps some. Good luck!
Very well done with all of these images. I think your style is very cool, I like app your pieces so much I can't actually pick a favourite. Keep it up
Hey Man! I hadn't noticed you got a sketchbook bro, nice going...now I can keep an eye on you, hehe
you got some really cool stuff in here, some stuff I hadn't seen before and some stylized stuff I'm really digging. Your cartoons are particularly well done. Keep working that anatomy & proportion though, listen to what Ostrander suggested for your chow.
what language is that comic in?
"Be who you are and say what you feel,because those that mind don't matter and those that matter don't mind."-Dr. Seuss
i loved all of it
Hey ikuru, Nice strong start to your sketchbook, I really like your sense of color and how your progressing. your really working hard and thats awesome to see. With this last digi sketch you've been working on.
I feel the crouch of the pants are to low. To me it looks like her pants are falling down. It doesn't make any sense to me why a person would want to squeeze a skirt over really big baggy pants. I would raise the crouch of the pants first, and maybe think about making the pants a little less baggy.
Also what are the 3 things on her back. If they're weapons wouldn't we see them coming out the other side of her back. Keep up the good work.
DArktwin thank u for the kind feedback.
Heat I love u 2.
SPeedy! Thanks bro!
Ostrander thanks for that paintover.
Lucid_Concepts, Thanks man.
Diphallia It's my job doing the comicstrips for atm.
Tom G Was Nice to see you M8.
JL.Alfaro Nice too see you here Buddy! And thanks allot.
Last edited by ikuru; December 21st, 2007 at 09:00 PM.
hey man, going great so far! good to see you jumped into colour quite fast! I'd try and push out those blacks in there and turn them to some dark greeny blue colour perhaps. The face is working nicely. But on the body break out some big brushes
btw, got a PM from wasker, he might be able to meet us up in malmo!
From your most recent wip, I do love the face: It makes me think of one of the most creepiest stories, or movie that I've ever seen. I think a more, dark atmosphere will help bring that out even more, right now it seems just a bit too bright...welcoming so to speak.
I'm actually more attached to the number 2 human figure actually: it's the human figure but a twisted face/head that gets me I think.
Looks like you're having a blast on this whole theme actually! looking forward to more!