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holy fuckin fuck-balls! this stuff is awesome!
Wow! I love the look of your characters and your attention to details
A very refresing Sketchbook you have here Nubb.
Thanks for the inspiration.
One ( dumb ) question: Do you sketch these on paper first or do you have a
magical pencil like brush?
And at times, your digi paints look like watercolor washes ..how do you get that effect?
Oh yeah..have some stars man!
I SWEAR ON THE GRAVES OF ALL THE TALENTED FILIPINO ARTISTS WHO HAVE GONE BEFORE ME, THE FILIPINO ART LEGACY WILL CONTINUE!
MY DAY JOB http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=136204
MY ANGRY SKETCHBOOKhttp://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...129015&page=13
Great SB so far.
Love the amount of expression and life you put in your little deranged characters.
my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997
www.sevans.co.nz , visit them or a puppy dies!
All your pieces makes me want to stop and stare. Your style is reeally neat, like a mix of graffiti and superb illustration. I especially like all the details you put down into clothing, such as bags, belts and stitches, and seeing how you paint different kinds of materials really inspires me. ^.^
Benjamen Christ: Thanks mate!
YoungJr: Nice to hear.
the ANGRY filipino: Thanks for kind words. And for the question: I deal with crayons ( sometimes watercolor ), sketches on aquarell paper and digital. In digital matter I like painter. It has pretty awesome tools like artist's oils, oils, acryllics and airbrushes. All that gives a lot of freedom in painting. For more interesting texture I recommend overpainting instead of erasing or working on layers. When You put tons of paint and other media on canvas some dirts and spots are still visible which makes an impression of paint (well I hope it does )
SEVANS Thank You. So nice to hear it
enmi: Your compliment makes me want to try harder especially when I watch Your pieces. Thank You my dear
Well, check another step of the Nosports: Chimp and the gang. We're getting close to the end with that dudes
Kids are united!!!
Hello! I need You to help me with something. These are some quickies for platform game project. They're sketches of a basic evolution stage of main character. Could You choose few shapes that seem to be a bit cooler than the others? That'd help going further with the concepting process.
Thanks a lot!
Last edited by Nubb; June 27th, 2008 at 10:14 AM.
OK this is what I think would be the most appropriate stages to some of your creatures :
10,13,16,20,23 would be the 1st stage;
2,5,7,19,25 would be the 2nd stage;
15,19,20,22,26 would be the 3rd and last stage.
I Hope this will help you in your project.
My Sketchbook [ACTUALLY UPDATED!]
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I salute you, your use of color, and shape is amazin, some of the most distorted I have ever seen but beatiful, keep it up man, definite 5 stars.
Look, Iam diet drama, want to spend tha night dont bring pajamas, man there's so much heat beneath clothes, you see me !
JesArt Sketchbook, go have a gander..
interesting univers...unique. and the caracters are strongly conturated...this tread contain some good sketches. Ill be back here for more...
how the f...is CONTACHINTE?
wow! i love it!
You kill bugs good Johnny. . . .
man! Your style is kicking ass...! Love all your characters, and you very illustrative painterly style.
AS for the last one......my fav.: 3,6,7 and 13 have imo the most appealing silhouette and expression.
Would love to see some playing around with more intense or dramatic lighting.
Last edited by Delmar; June 29th, 2008 at 02:47 PM.
wyjebiozka, Panie Nubb.
There are loads of really good SB's popping up at the moment, yours included.
Yeah, loads of character. Everything here is pretty cool, and your colouring skills are neat. The painted pieces remind me of 2000AD - particularly the styles of painted covers they go for these days. Very nice work.
krossj: watch Your mouth young man! No seriously thanks a lot mate.
donalfall: well thank You kind sir My tail swings while reading that
All right then. A step in NoSports piece ( some polishing here and there ahead ) and a sketch of new one ( actuallu reinventing and redesigning old piece ).
Best to you all.
man, you have a great style. and I like your coloring a lot. thanks for the wip images. oh and bulldogs are awesome specially with that attitude you give them. haha love the expressions
there is alot of fantastic stuff here
this is great stuff, i love your graf style.
will definatly be coming back here!
thanks for posting these, the step by steps are very neat as well!
Maybe try mirroring some of the colours in the green person thing? The white of the dogs is very stark and isn't really anywhere else, they stand out which is good but they stand out a little too much, if you know what I mean? Maybe some white highlights in the green person? Or lighten him up so he can compete a little with the dogs.
Really nice style by the way, I love that impasto smudgy paint look.