The guy in the foreground - he has a great face and arm. Keep going with this!
Last edited by Jesus Food; November 30th, 2010 at 02:59 AM.
Oh, that's harsh! Are you going to go further with this? If so, I would really work on the atmospheric perspective. The tress in the background are too yellow-green and need to be cooler, as well as lower contrast.
Really awesome work in here, things are looking better and better! I love what I'm seeing on posts 239 and 243, great flow and composition!
I'd really like to see more traditional work from you if possible.
Anyhoo, cant wait to see how your stuff evolves, keep it up!|
By the way, every time i come in here, http://img134.imageshack.us/img134/8093/booeyc.jpg brings a smile to my face.
Last edited by AustenFM; September 10th, 2009 at 11:33 AM.
Keep it up, dont have any crits on your newest stuff. but in the last photoshop picture it would be nice if you used colours that werent seetrhough, you can see the white backround and it takes away all atmosphere if you ask me. (but dont go crazy on the colours, keep them nutural AND full...
Thanks again for stoppin' by my sb. Great stuff, i especially like the tradish work, and the technique you seem to use is unique. Those are some very nice portraits on page 8 as well, nice and simple. I also like your subject matter with the military inspired stuff, nice dynamic scenes and emotion to the stand alones.
LOL, good thing you clarified about the snake! I was definitely confused about it. XD The pencil sketches all look good so far - they're just very small, so it can be hard to make out the details. I love the guy shooting the zombies - very convincing scene. I would recommend working on the environment a little with that one, since I have no idea what sort of building they're inside.
LOL, no, that would not be cool.
Love the details in this one. The colors are really bland, though. It seems like you tend to use a lot of warm, muted colors, so why not try getting out of your comfort zone?
you draw alot of violence (: maby you shoud have that checked out or something^^
I love the guys behind the car! but as my friend jofx pointed out the transparent coloring kills the mood :/
anyways I did a realy quick paintover, not shure if it illustrates my point.
Last edited by Jesus Food; September 28th, 2009 at 09:25 PM.
hey hey heeeeyy
Hey man, sorry I haven't been around. I've got the flu or something.
You've been busy! I really like the Batman sketch - very powerful. Robin doesn't look very heavy, though. Maybe showing some compression of the flesh around where Batman's hands are would help.
I like where you're going with the night-time piece, though I think the huge star is too distracting. Keep going with it!
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