i guess you didn't do those layouts like you said you would
Linework for Neeko's rendered version.
Some quick gestures from the figure drawing workshop today..been rusty..heres a couple that I chose to upload that I actually liked..The model we had today was literally emaciated, might as well have drawn a skeleton so tried adding weight on her..she was way too out of proportion.. massive shoulders and tiny hips..
Fully rendered version of Neeko!
neat little creatures man!
Sean - Thank you very much, I'm stoked about a few new ones I have in mind that'll be up this coming week.
Matt - Thanks! More fluffy adorable and yet tough characters on the way! I have new one thats a bit of a punk that I'm gonna upload on here soon. Dont have a name for him yet but hes got attitude and is alienish
Development for a tortoise monster alien Character/Critter. Did this in 5 minutes.
Last edited by Odayga; March 29th, 2011 at 12:13 AM.
Expressions for the little turtle dude.
More more more. Some hybrid, steam punky raptor creature, it meeps and beeps and slashes its opponents with its little razor wings. Gonna have more development and action shots up..10 minute sketch.
Getting back into doing anatomy studies, definitely need to brush up on it. Hip and Femur so far, next up is a variety of skulls and other limbs.
Your rendering and mark making has made pretty intense progress over the years. I don't like posting without a critique; try not to get locked into too similar proportions for the creatures, it's easy to get stuck in a routine if you don't deliberately break out of habit.
Obvious troll is obvious
That Fat Kid - Thanks! I really appreciate your insight and critique, I'll definitely keep that in mind when creating new characters and creatures!
I'll echo That Fat Kid here, and also suggest maybe playing with blocking in the forms/large shapes as well rather than relying solely on lines.
Fionkell - Thanks! I really appreciate your critique/insight, its an honor hearing it from you definitely will be focusing on form much more from now on, been drawing from life a lot more as of recently, thats always a plus .
Below is a tree/jungle monster I did a quick gesture of and a little tree study I did in the park when on break @ school.The monsters still in development, scanner cut off the right part of his body/spikes a little. Gonna push him further. Hes a gentle giant, until you get him mad.
5 minute drawing and final concept for my tree monster Inspiration is from the beautiful massive park and its wonderful towering trees that lie in the center of my school.
Last edited by Odayga; March 31st, 2011 at 09:28 PM.
Matt - Thanks! Appreciate that you like my tree monsterrr and the anatomy studies, gonna have some more up today and development for the tree monster.
Leap... leap like the wind!
Quick drawing from todays figure drawing workshop. Been kinda rusty..
good work busting out the studies!
the rendering on the skull study is nice but the proportions are off.
it would probably be worth your time to do some measuring while you work,
checking the length etc from skull to drawing
and also comparing parts of the skull to other parts
ie the height of the eye socket is about the distance from the bottom of the eye socket to the top of the teeth.
the same goes form the figure drawing, the hands are about the size of the face ete etc
the bottom left drawing of your most recent creature is hilarious, you are rocking the creepy cute angle nicely.
AdamSimons - Heya! Thanks I appreciate your insightful critique! Yeah I freehanded the skull above, very gesturely, did it in a few minutes.. gonna do a few more studies and check proportions and dissect the skull itself. I've grown fond of my tree monster, gonna have a rendered version up of him soon
Great imaginative work lately! I love how whimsical your creatures always seem.
I agree that studying proportions will help you out a lot; your ideas are definitely great,
so along with more anatomy/proportion studies along with color studies you are on a
great track! Looking forward to future posts!
Jeremy- Thanks! I appreciate that! Yeah definitely brushing up way more on anatomy, heres a little monster I made up..ten minute drawing.. its a Puffa-rump.. spirit guide that inflates like a blowfish and has floating lanterns that keep it rooted during the night hours.. when this little guy deflates his body is pretty flat and low to the ground like that of a crocodiles. He guides lost souls and individuals out of dark realms and forests in order to get to safety and/or their homes.
Your skulls and bones are amazing! I also really like the concept of your creatures, keep it up!
My Sketch Book: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...=1#post3085866
SemperOne- Thankya! Appreciate it bigtime! Definitely have more anatomy studies, creatures, characters and paintings on the way!
Your progession is friggin' nice! That's what I love from most of Sketchbooks, you see that progression and make you wanna, just draw more and more :0
EggO- Thanks! I appreciate your insight and glad to hear that my progress and hard work influences and inspires others to draw more!
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