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Hello Concept Art community! My dream is to become a great concept artist and for that i have a long ways to go. everyone here is so supportive of one another and I'm excited to be a part of the community
I'll start with some of my old and more recent works, hopefully my progress will be visible withing a few months and obvious within a year.
Last edited by O_ranger; July 24th, 2012 at 10:49 PM. Reason: to get a thumbnail icon on my sketchbook thread
I'll start off with some of my old and more recent work. Hopefully the improvement will be noticeable in a few months and obvious in a year. Feel free to tell me what you think, and if there's something you'd like me to look at or comment on just let me know
Last edited by O_ranger; July 24th, 2012 at 10:51 PM.
I started a character and a train design, not sure if they are worth finishing but they definitely need work. also did a few studies.
(the character is leaning on something, hence the odd pose)
Liking them studies keep it up! Wish I could give you a good crit but I don't think I have the knowledge to give one that would help you much.
"The whole point of practice is to do it until you can do it right." - dpaint
Dont trust anything i say! I'm a noob.
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Thanks Element! I make obvious mistake all the time, i'm sure you'll see them.
Here are some studies and a robot doodle i had fun with.
Your digital environments are great Great balance of color.
I've noticed that when you draw people from imagination, however, the proportions seem a bit off. In particular, the limbs/hands/feet seem to be far to skinny and long. Definitely pay attention to the size of each body part in comparison to others.
Thanks for dropping by! I'll try to mind the limbs.
Here is a face study. I didn't spend too much time on it but i had a little trouble with it.
studies, wanted to do a few before i started digital painting today.
You have some neat stuff going on here. Was having the dragon's wings coming out of the back of the hands rather than being part of them a conscious decision?
Thanks for stopping by!
yes, it definitely looks weird. It was done quite a long time ago and I got lazy so i didn't work out how it connect to the hand very well.
Here are some cartoon style weapons i did for a change of pace.
you seem to be fighting on all fronts at the same time right now this certainly aint wrong but I think you will get the most satisfying results out of studies (and your's look really promising so far ... ). Keep pushing it you're on the right track ^^
No skill still isn't a new side.
~ Arnold Böcklin
Visit my sketchbook-gallery kinda thing ...
Thanks for stopping by Regen! I agree, studies are definitely the the way to go for me, i've got a long way to go.
Here are studies, drawings from imagination, and sketches for fun. Some things have come up recently so i haven't been uploading much but i hope to get back to uploading more regularly.