@NickyBeats - no prob dude!
@Vulgar - thanks man!
Some more pencil creature sketches, trying to draw creatures like Neville Page and failing dismally!
Wow, very cool creature sketches! The one on the left looks like a mix of a mops and a frog. ;d
Thanks alot for the detailed steps man, really nice workflow!
I´ll be dropping in here from time to time again
3d/2d Portfolio: www.oscarottosson.se
My sketchbook: http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=235236
Incredible sketchbook, I've seen some of your work around here and it's always inspiring. Especially liked the bots in the 1st post and your recent EOWs, was really cool to see the process.
Oh my god! I am absolutely in love with your work! Cannot wait to see more!
@Noun - thanks for the kind words, thats very motivating!
@Sammy Dee - thank you!
@Joe777k7 - thanks very much!
Thanks to everybody who's been leaving comments & crits, I will get round all your sketchbooks shortly and return the favour, appreciate it!
Here's another flesh/eyeball study from today, just working thru the techniques from the DVD mentioned above apologies in advance I know this looks horrible!
great stuff!I love the pencil sketches, do more of them cheers
Wow amazing stuff! Cant realy comment on much because its amazing! I need to hit up some of those old school design type sketches as well. Your use of line weight is really nice as well. Im still working on knowing when and when not to use thick lines lol Cant wait to see when you add those ruins in on that enviroment painting
Thanks for stopping by my sketchbook!
@Joe777k7 - thanks man! I'm no expert at this but generally you use the thicker line weight to give emphasis to certain parts or place it closer to the viewer/in front of other things, its a similar principle to comic book inking
@rumplestiltskin - thanks very much!
Some more random creature doodling...
The EOW looks to be formulating into something solid. Your entry for last week was pretty fantastic, I have yet to comment on all the entries. Those oldschool industrial sketches are also very stellar - addictive looking.
Keep it up!
ohhh baby, I'm lovin this. I might just start to frequent your thread (as long as you continue to post regularly <---- motivation!! =D )
- Some really inspiring stuff. Great Enviro's and character design and some very strong pencil work. Personal favorite are the mechs in the first post though.
I'll definitely be dropping by regularly to check up on how your doing.
Thanks @BlightedArt, @Interloper, @isokarhu! I really appreciate the comments, they keep me going! I will pop over to your sketchbooks and return the favour.
This is a matte painting I have been doing for a online challenge over at cgtantra. The challenge was to create a 'Town Gate' based on this 3D render supplied by the judges:
Here's my DMP (digital matte painting) attempt, using lots of pieces of photo texture and some painted in dirt and details etc. I ran out of time on this a bit, so there's lots of stuff wrong with it, but hey this is a sketchbook!
wow man that matte painting turned out really nicely! did you make it in time to submit it? i hope you did! looks great! also, your sketchup model up there looks pretty slick, that rover looking one. but why is the wireframe only turned on with certain pieces? its making some of your shapes become lost in the bg.
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