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@demented:thanks! i take that loomis part as a compliment
@anjin:grazie!yeah, i was thinking the same thing of the rhino warrior.About the quantity vs Quality thing, well, we all know how damn lazy i am...
ok, i finished the Cthulhu piece, and it ended up as a collab with meatsworthy.I like the final result.
You can find it in the Finally Finished section, here:
then, a small pencil update, Hogart studies again.
good study! keep it regular, i enjoyed that cthulu collab alot! keep posting
As I mentioned in PM the final result is pretty sweet.
I've let you down though, my initial gut response should have been that the hands should be placed more in perspective (instead of reduce wing linework opacitiy). Some good crits in FF, but I think the hands are the biggest issue... compositionally it's works fine as a character piece.
Great job on the head, that is probably the strongest part .
On quantity vs. quality, I think it should be both. Like for what anjin says about elaborating on an idea, it's not so much do one really really good drawing... do many .
Great talent and big sense of "drama"! I must see more of your works
P.S. ciao Ryan finalmente mi sono iscritto ( Paolo -> Navarre ) pld:
@Spade:thanks, i enjoyed doing the study to for once thanks for the regular visits
@blanquish:Thanks blanq for keeping the ssg alive anyway, my career goal...uhm.Actually i'ts concept artist i don't really know if I could survive a comic artist's shedule...but i'll think of it when i finish highschool
@Meatsworthy:Thanks dude, i really like that piece a lot.About the hands, i was trying to think of a way of correcting it, but i woudn't like to have two different line qualities.MAybe I could draw another pair and do a copy-paste thing using vellum paper? dunno, i must try something.
@Ryan DeMita:hehe here you go, some more.I really enjoy doing hogart studies when i'm in the right mood.It might not be precise medical anatomy, but imho it just scream POWER all over the place
@Dreamworker:ciao Paolo! thanks mate, don't worry, you'll see much, much more
ok, some more stuff, more Hogart studies and the beginning of a new character, kinda messed up, but i could work on him some more
I think his arm (the right) is too little considering his shoulders! You are giving to him a heavy weapon, and the position is not so delicate, for this... give to him a pair of arms enough strong to be dangerous with his weapon!
I like him, he's aggressive and elegant at the same time, so try to equilibrate him without to lose this two things!
good studies and stuff you got here. I can see you are improving with your drawings and digis. I think that "finally finished" pic is good, like the light coming onton its face! Good figures, can i ask you a question? Is Hogarth good to study from? Or is it just best to use Loomis and Bridgman? If you could answer i would be
Keep it up, ill be back!
@anjin:thanks for the reply about the character, i'll wait for more comments to see what is there to correct then i'll start refining it.Thank you anyway
@Qxzi:thanks! To awnser your question, i must first say i only studies Loomis and Hogart.My reply is study both.with Loomis you'll learn proportion, shapes and planes, and its much more accurate than hogart.Hogart work is almost exaggerated anatomy, but IMHO its the best to express power, understand the shapes of the human body in an almost "mechanical" way, and to understand muscle masses.And anyway, IMHO his works were much cooler!Anyway, whatever books and artists anaomy you study, you'll develop your own "workflow" and techniques and simplification of the human body, so just practice practice n practice
Oops, yeah... I work so much in digital it completely slipped my mind that to correct you'd have to go to the original lines.
At this point I'd say leave it as is, since your happy with it. Onwards and upwards with the lessons learnt
good job with the studies of hogart, but I think you are drawing heads a little too much big... maybe not, I don't know! your sketchbook is more updated then a blog! Ahahahah Good guy, keep posting my friend!
I'm happy to see that you start to study anatomy seriosly, I think that the six pose is more better than others. In frame 1 and 7 the head is realy big, but are only a quick sketches I supose. The dinamic pose number five is my favorite, but the head is too big.
Ciao e continua così
hey man, thanks for stopping by my SB, appreciate it!
latest look really cool - great that you're doing studies.
Oh by the way, I never really looked at you're earlier work, but I gotta hand it to ya, you've developed ALOT.
Keep at it and practice those lines!
Those Hogarth studies look great! Great to see you're able to make out the overall muscle forms from the richly shaded bumps of his (I've found I can't). On the virtual model sketches 3, 5 and 7, the way his thigh attaches to his hips looks weird to me (pelvis bone should be higher... I think).
Keep up with the anatomy!
@anjin:hehe, i try to keep it updated as much as I can.Didn't have much time these days.I'm still working on my sense of proportions, thanks for pointing that out
@Dreamworker:hehe, it takes time, and i really have to be in the right mood tostudy anatomy, but i had fun with those drawings.I agree with the crits, as i said, i'm working on those proportion isuues thanks for the visit
@Tigermilk:thanks for returning the favor yeah, i guess page after page improvement comes, eventually
@smuli:good crits, thanks for the visit
ok, i've been drawing in these days but most of the studies (animals, mostly) are waaaay too messy to post.But i've got some random sketches and a character design for a project.
Very cool studies you got going. Also the last drawings are kickass. Sorry I don't have any crits to offer.
Keep it up mate, I'll be sure to drop by in the future
http://www.spatsart.com/ - image dump
You're a machine dog!!! Great creatures in here!! Your coloring is also great bro. Plenty of eyecandy for the whole family. Keep goin bro!!!
@Kian: thanks man i'm practicinf foreshortening in these days, so i'll try to improve in that direction
@Spats:thanks for the kind words
@gmags:thanks gmags dunno about the colouring tho, i've always found it really difficult...
ok, seems like the last update didn't impress many people
nevermind, here is a page from today.
Hi Gnoll. I like the wolf in the past update, but the orchis guy have a little distortion.
The last one page is crasy... ehehe the " toxic zombie " is a pretty insane figure
Nice studies at the top of the page Gnoll, feels to me like you're grasping the form well.
If I can suggest something, I reckon your more finished stuff (like the orc and the arena warrior) can benefit from varying line weights .
yay! another hogarther haha, great studies, kick mines ass.
i keep forgetting where everything goes after i do a studies.. bah, and i wish he made a book on bones too, anyway great stuff, thanks for the crit and tips in my SB
Crit for a crit!
hey man, this one looks really cool http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1157292391
let's see more of them finnished drawings
Keep it up!
@Dreamworker:Thanks man.Yep, gotta agree on the orc distortion...but i had fun with it
@JERI:Thanks about the suggestion i guess you're right, i've been herding that since my first page.Guess i gotta work on it more
@MadCat:yeah, you need to study bones before going thru hogars muscles.But i just love his stuff.Thanks for th visit
ok, just a little digi-practice today, nothing special
I think that is little distorted but if you use to flipping the image I'm sure that you can correct the problem quickly
P.S. come cavolo si fa a vedere la miniatura dell'immagine nell'intestazione del thread ?
@camilografix:your right i guess, but i'm really a noob when it comes to colours...I'll try and experiment more, thanks for the crit
@Dreamworker:yeah, forgot to do that on this one.I guess i could say i was in a hurry, and that i was focusin on learning o way of painting intead of building a decent figure, but there are no excuses...i'll have to practice more (se ti riferisci a come mettere il thumbnail di fianco al nome del thread, basta che usi la funzione "allega" del forum nel primo post del thread, e la prima immagine allegata diventera' il thumbnail del thread )
wow lots of improvement I love the variety of sketches and the MANY sketches you put in here, keep that up!
I agree with Camilografix on the colours of your last digital thingy, also you should establish the light points, and don't have too many of them ^^. I'll try to do a quick paintover, but since I'm a noob with colours too I'm not sure it will come out better ^^
Your concepts are really nice, values and proportions seem okay too.. I think you should practice colours, traditional paint and digital both. That looks like the main thing to work on right now.
okay here's my paintover, I don't think i made it better.. But well. I tried
made the highlights more yellow and the shadows colder
EDIT; I flipped your version horizontally, and now I feel the head is a bit off..