Hello guys! Thanks for the comments everyone!
Kingkostas thank you mate! you´re right, the suit distracts the attention. I´ll do something with it..
Morgado hahaha I thought you were talking about putting it in a thumbnail.. my english is limited..
well it took me about 4-5 hours of relaxed work, including all the process.The original drawing size is twice the current one.
Kuidf^! thank you!
Protoceratops, one of my favourite dinos;D
Last edited by Ricardo Robles; September 29th, 2009 at 05:59 PM.
Muy guapos estos dinosaurios
sobretodo alucino con tus diseños altamente complejos y muy bien elaborados. un acabado y un saber hacer admirable.
sorry. i use a online translator
su dinosaurios son impresionantes
I hope mantener means keep up
the other was from memory, i still have to study harder the language, cause i am gonna give exams at may.
Jejeje, no se si has leído Shanna de Frank Cho, está lleno de raptors Me gusta mucho el tuyo
Last edited by Quike Garcia; October 1st, 2009 at 12:14 PM. Reason: Typo, typo, typo...
Kingkostas thank you, you said it in infinitive mode, like "to keep". Get lucky with the exams and if you need some help just tell it to me, ok?
Morgado, thanks, I´m the outdated Yeah I saw a feathered raptor, but didn´t know if it was a fictional interpretation.. so I decided to go the classic raptor. They don´t asked for concrete dinosaurs, just I've done a compilation of pictures to see if can work with them. I hope they only consider my drawing technique and not my knowledge of paleontology hahaha mmm brr now don´t know what version is better..
Quique no lo he leído, pero acabo de echarle un vistazo a los dibujos, es una especie de guerrera bárbara a lo conan ¿no? Muy guapa.
a quick paintover on a screenshot
So I guess as long as you tell them (the museum guys) that you are aware that they may want the feathered versions, which is ok, it should be fine
This last sketch is pretty cool!
Morgado thanks, sure it´s the best option.
Kingkostas thanks dude, the stairs zone is the less manipulated..
Dierat thank you very much!
let me present to you Beni, not 100% finished
some hand studies
a not finished alien thing, that came out while I was messing around with vector deformation.
The naiad has so cuuute a smile Una sonrisa llena de dientes.
I hope you get to work with the museum, the dinos are great.
No se si este alien esta mirando hacia mi pero me da escalofrios en serio, una verdadera figura de pesadilla!
Wow están excelentes eso dinosaurios! y me encanta la forma que presentas sus nombres, de una forma muy iconográfica para cada animal!
El Beni esta súper bien, me gusta mucho ver como logras enseñar su personalidad con la pose y su vestuario. Supondré que el personaje salta de dimensión a dimensión por medio de la lectura de su libro
Excelente trabajo como siempre!
Hello king, thanks! I started this precisely with the head, playing with the mesh tool in illustrator. the head is a vectorial form but unfortunately i did´n save it to show it to you. you can see it better in the other stage of the image.
I do it sometimes when the form is delicate, like a weapon or a figure with very precise edges, but this time was a coincidence.
Morgado thank you mate, I´m working in new characters.
Cacodaemonia, thank you for visiting!
Well I post it there but quickly will be in the FF section, just to present it to you. I think i´m beginning with an environement phase
Lost City of Cyclops, hope you like it.
OOoooooooooooooooolé macho!!! se sale
Morgado i´m happy you like it man. thanks!
Rushlord thank you too!
Quique gracias chacho! estoy esperando nuevos updates tuyos!!
Cacodaemonia thank you mate, it is suposed to be a cyclop with a sword.
Kingkostas thanks alot, you would find a difficult stage
some new things i´m working on
You have some beautiful work in here i love your use of colour and you watercolours are outstanding!!
The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all art and science.
I don't wanna say again that you do cool stuff, so I'm not, just because
A comment though: you ever thought of trying it out by establishing shape instead of lines? You could be amazed at the results (after some frustration to get the hang of it)
Thanks for your comments!
Kingkostas and Latigid thank you very much guys!
Morgado haha thanks, most of the time I start making lines, maybe it´s a way to feel secure about the shapes. but you´re true, I definitely think is a better way to do things. Think I need to feel more loose to draw blocking without lines, and sometimes i do it in concrete zones, but not with the whole image.
Obrigado pelo conselho.
the finished version: