Some steps for my character
Some steps for my character
heya ! wow these characters are looking really good though i would work on placing them in their enviroment more either with strong supporting color and atmosphere or some wicked brushstrokes
keep em coming you have some real solid work
also you can never have enough drawing from life XD
PS: keep up with the master studys i think they are helping you a lot !
"Poor is the pupil who does not surpass his master
Hey Omerta , good posts from you ,like your creature designs alot,
i only saw in your digital renderings that your are sometimes not aware of the terminator ( the border of shadow and light]
especially in your apple painting, the apple is flat because you forgot to add reflective light and also the terminator to the object,
be a bit more aware of light and shadow in your objects so that it looks in space than rather like a flat graphic.
Keep it up man , you study alot , hard work always pays off
Hey man, thanks for dropping by my SB! Your graphic style is really nice, and your color schemes work well. I would be sure to look for balance in your forms, and work on creating a dynamic flow. There's a book by Harold Speed entitled 'The Practice and Science of Drawing' that I have recently finished reading. In it he talks about what I mentioned with examples from different classical painters. Its worth a read.
Hey OmertA! thanks for those kind words on my SB. I've been through yours too! You've got some hot pic dude! I really like your fantasy art!
My Sketchbook=> http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=161366
oooh process shots, thanks dood!! I really like how you break the sketch into really basic building blocks or big shapes and build off that, solid brah!!!
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Your last sketch made me think about how I used to draw characters. I'd start from what the character would look like at "level 1". Each sketch next to it, I'd add armor or weapons, or upgrade whatever he had before, and make him stronger or faster looking.
The mechs on the previous page are really cool as are your master studies. Keep at it yo!
very nice work. you have a good sense of composition here..
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Zorcron-Thanks for stoping by!. The master studys are very enjoyable. Each day passes, and I grow more fond with the old masters.
artpersists-Hmm, cant even remember to tell you the truth haha. I know that i have been creating all my life, I was REALLY into legos as a kid. But they were so expensive! so i started, to draw more i guess? Thanks for stoping by man!
Cerasela-Thank you very much for the comments! I guess i should say ive gotten more comftorable with my character designs. Yeah terminator is such a hard range for me ill have to do some more studys about it.
ALEXANDRE da Vinci-Thanks buddy!
Jushra-Thank you, I will look that book up im always into reading about the classical painters.
jackpot_anjr90-Haha thanks. Its summer for me i drink to much coffee and dont sleep enough! Cheers!
snootchy-Thanks for stoping by! I need to learn how to do the animation step things that i see in some threads.
HugeHarHar-Thanks for dropin by man! Thats pretty much how i approach my paintings, and drawings haha now that i think of it. Its fun to see how far a square or even a scribble can evolve.
Felt like I just wrote a novel haha
Im really enjoying painting more. Its getting more relaxing, and fun each day that passes.
Im not to sure were my arts going, each painting feels like an expirement
Is that a good thing?
Colored my sketch its actually the first chracter design ive liked trying this method.
Sargent has been a favorite for me recently. heres some studies
Heres my rough for the teen challenge. Kinda tried a new approach kinda painted the composition in the back then went off that. It looks so cheezy
Haha, dude your studies are awesome. Your digital concepts are really coming along too, there's nice improvement from the first page 'till now. Keep it up
a la bapsi- Bapsi! haha guess i have it still seems like im lazy though. i could do alot more if i used my time more wisley. Thanks for stoping by
kingkostas-Thanks man! yeah its actually my first character i enjoyed working on through out the whole thing. I guess you can teel with the results.
Lyno- thank you!
MoHog- Hey whats up mohog! yeah ill send you some tutorials not sure if you should follow them though.It still feels like im doing alot of stuff wrong. I just try to keep it as simple as i can in the begining and work my way though.
Thanks for droping by.
More of my teen challenge. Ill just call it the big expirement peice its fun though.
So if you havnt noticed i suck at landscapes so gona start doing more studys.
Girl color study. This ones for you Walnut!
scribble of a recreation of a necromancer.
Nice, you stabilize your new skill.
Try to build the body on a constructive style(with lines indicating 3d mass)
This will help you place the equipment in 3d body.Because some parts are flattening their surroundings.In overal you are doing really great and improving very fast.
Keep it up always !!!
Sargent is a fantastic, fantastic guy to study...this is a really, really inspiring thread, dude! Keep this going! Wow! I'm impressed. I'll be checking back a lot more! Colors are getting better and better all the time.
p.s. I like the face in the barn. :3
I like how you block your stuff in, but you could work the ladies' face out a tad more. That barn's nice too. I'm happy to serve as inspiration btw
Hi and thanks for stopping by my sketchbook.
I like what's going on here, as an advice I can say, you could try to go a bit further the usual Fantasy designs and imagine something a bit more crazy just to open your mind up a bit. If you go back to Fantasy stuff after that, you will see how even that will improve.
Do more studies, and try to make them look a little bit more finished, so you learn to make a finished looking, but not overdone piece.
your stuff took a big leap in an awesome direction!
your painting studies are totally great--and you are approaching them well. keep doing them, and maybe experiment a bit more with diff. lighting conditions by doing multiple copies of the same image, just changing the mood? just an idea : )
Hey man, apologies for not visiting more often. Although I'm glad I waited a bit..seems like you've been keeping busy. Really liking the studies. It's the way to go in terms of understanding brush economy and edges. GREAT WORK!
lichunlei-Thanks you have some awsome sketches yourself.
kingkostas-Hey whats up man! Yeah i think some of thats dues to not studying enough armor. Ill have to try some whole body armor studies.
Thanks for dropin by!
sketcheth-Ahh shucks thanks man! Yeah sargents a really inspiring painter his color and bush strokes are unmatched. Yeah i was gona erase it but kinda made me smile haha. Thanks for stopin by
pijus-Thanks, yeah ill have to start giving my paintings a more finsihed look there all pretty sketchy.
walnut-Thanks man! Rearly in this thread someone told me i should use bigger brushes at first to block stuff in. Havnt really gotten the method down,esspecially in my characters.
hungryan-Hey whats up! That is a great idea i need to start expanding my ideas more then the usual norm. Thanks for the comment!
hala-Sup hala! Thanks for stopin by! That is an awsome idea would be a nice way to learn about light more.
domo arigato-Haha no worrys man my sketchbooks not goin no were. Thanks for dropin by though! The studies are really helping me with brush economy and edges so much more to learn.
Man Made God-Thanks man! Yeah im trying to dive more into color. Still so much to learn about it. Its very interesting to me esspecially how the old masters use color.
My internet went out for a couple days. So took a break from my digital work and drew in my sketchbook. Im gona have a massive upload once school starts up again. Trying to get back into the swing of things, heres some ugly stuff. Thank you all for the comments each one evolves my art in a new direction!
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