Hi there people! I'm a 21 years old Visual Communication Design student living in La Plata, Argentina. I've been drawing since I'm a kid self-taughting myself and practicing a lot, cause I love it
Most of my drawings are done in gray scale (never been a fan of traditional painting, and I'm quite bad at it), but since I started digital painting I've been more open to learning different methods and styles.
I'm kind of new to the site, and after lurking around for some time I thought about getting active and starting my own sketchbook, so here it is.
First I'll upload some of my "old" studies, random sketches and unfinished fan-arts I did from 2005 until now, and will try to keep updating periodically.
Hope you like them, any comments and/or critics are very much welcome.
Sorry if my english is bit rusty XD
thanks for the comments and answers, very helpful. You have some amazing stuff in there
Hey man, thanks for commenting on my work.
Loving your linework on the drawings. For the paintings, I'd suggest trying to experiment with different sorts of edges - a lot of your digital stuff right now is very soft, and I think if you push up some really hard edges you can make things look even more solid.
Learning how to do everything, so please leave a critique!
bubblesaw - You're welcome, and thanks
redscraps - No problem man. I do use some soft brushes, and hard edge brushes with low opacity, I'll definitively try to use different types of brushes to get rid of those blurry edges. Thanks for your suggestion.
Here's some stuff I've done recently.
First a few body and face studies, and using real life reference for the arm anatomy. Then to the creative part, a giant humanoid roach creature , initial concept created in Alchemy and sketched in Photoshop, still not finished.
And finally a painting I did this morning.
Please feel free to comment or critique anything
Good start dude, nice variety of stuff going on.
Have one thing to look out for though - is with your painting. Light isn't always white the same way shadows aren't always black. Look for where highlights might be more saturated or of another different colour to give it some variety.
Good work nontheless - keep it up!
loving the last piece of post 5
JustinBeckett - Thanks man, really appreciate it.
PHATandy - Thanks for the comment, I'll try to work on that.
bubblesaw - Glad you like it
Updating now with more anatomy and color studies, and some speedpaintings for fun trying custom brushes
Comments, critiques and all of that are welcome. Thanks for stopping by!
hey man tnx for visit and cm.
great work in ur sketchbook.keep going