In this world there are vast white salt deserts that people cross with hover cruiser ship thingies (they work on magnets I guess). When there’s layer of rain water over the salt, it becomes like a mirror.
Colours from my apartment (or well, as close as I managed to get them).
- desk drawer door
- pitcher plant
- walls (in sunlight and shadow)
- kitchen table
Seriously, so much awesome work in here! I really like how you sketch roughly, and still keep the sense of everything important in the sketches. And the one eyed whale in #799-802 is adorable.
EDIT: After digging even deeper into your sketchbook, I am SO following this!!
Last edited by JaneMag; October 29th, 2012 at 08:01 PM.
Those last figure studies are excellent. I'm seeing a lot more confidence and accuracy in them compared to previous pages. Also really like the little winged dragon boy reading the book further up. Lovely attention to detail and light there.
There's probably stuff on earlier pages that I should comment on but that Jason fan art binge you went on kind of put me off for a while, heh.
I'll try to check back more regularly because you're getting really fucking good.
Your stuff is breathtaking, I really like the angry birds. The Nudies
are TOTAL blast too, they feel so real. Was that a real model or was
that from Photos ?!
I like the one with the giant who is liking the guy,....LOLs,........
I am drawing my ass off,........but your stuff is pushing me !
I'm finding your topics really random, but that can be both a good and a bad thing- great for keeping it fresh and exploring new stuff.
probably not the best for significant fundamental growth, i tend to do alot of random stuff, but i find the stuff i keep coming back to improving- maybe you should have a particular theme/subject matter you return to, and leave the other experimental stuff for break time/downtime ? You certainly do post often though, which is great!
And what break time? As in draw the same subject all the time? But what are my break times? I mean I draw all these during weekends which I kinda consider my break time (well, break from work time), or is it like draw one same thing every weekend and use the rest of the time for drawing other things?
I'm just bit confused here.
Really like those female pencil figure studies. Were they draw from life? Like how loose and gestural your lines are. You have captures so much life and rhythm from those poses with really good economical lines. I can learn a lot from those.
i like the sketches! nice lines!
your cartoon strips are sublime I love them, simple as that!
The life drawing ones are very good too my mate good capture of form and not much line work or petting of the lines as BlackSpot keeps saying, nice job
all the very best to you as usual.
A great kind hearted lumbering bullock
http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=209918 = my Sketchbook
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