Woah, there are some really nice stuff here o.o
I like what i am seeing ^^
btw, about the photoshop and edge thing,, u see i am also facing the same problem, ( im using a tablep laptop and towards the edge, the pointer seems to shift inwards rather than sticking to the edge), i guess its something u cant fix, unless use a larger canvas, and draw keeping the workspace in the middle rather than towards the edgeof ur screen (or tablet module)
Great stuff, i like it XD
A second I waste is a second i have to repent for in the future
But hey that aint stoppin me XD
Shuvo よし's Sketchbook ^^
Shuvoyoshi - "An idea...and how it changed with time"
some interesting ideas and colors. Look forward to seeing more.
I'm not sure what this is, but I like it!
But stop using photobucket to upload your images, use the attachment manager.
Love the ice bug creature. As for the scene, I think the iceberg in the middle ground needs more contrast. Right now it's about on the same level (contrast-wise) as the mountains in the background, so it feels much larger than it should be. Not sure if that makes sense.
Nice man you got a lot of cool ideas brewing in here. Already I think your digital painting skills took a jump. Cacodaemonia is right about that iceberg in the mid ground. Truth be told I think it should be taken out altogether. It throws the composition and horizon line off. Always when you place something in a environment think about your horizon line. Think about atmospheric perspective also and how the fog or environment affects what you see. I think right now in the piece you only have a for-ground and background. Try to establish that middle ground better and that will pop. I dig that critter though.
I dig those pen studies you have on the other pages also. There is alot of different pens out there to experiment with. Speaking of experimenting I think that's one of the better things to do. Try out as many things as possible and see what you like and have fun. Keep up the good work!
Really amazing progress in just 3 pages!
Love the red and blue painting. My main crit is that the texture on the ground is obviously just a texture - add some brush strokes and marks to it to emphasize the texture already there, and to give it more life!
The little robot with the blue lights is a great design!