thx dcept i will
heres some lineart i done at college, il colour them in after food.
awesome dude, love that creature! And the armour on that dark knight rule! great stuff, keep it up
very cool concepts. i'd model them if i could.
our 1 on 1 battle isn't too popular... it looks like your winning so far by one post.
ooo you should draw some fanart of that movie, Hostel. tell me how it was. i heard it wasn't too good, but i didnt see it and i hate it when people rate movies for me. if i'm going to like a movie, it's because i like it and not because someone else does/doesn't like it.
we could always work on a piece of art together. i'm always "go" for that. class time- i'm learning to program games in flash. fun stuff.
lol thx zulle, but i dont think anyone is a million times better than anyone else. but thx for the compliment
matt: wasnt my idea with purple, was me girl's idea
anyway,im playing about with painter coralpainter9 and ps6 abit, i noticed cp9 dont have opacity control like on ps6:/ but you do get very different styles out of em.
very sweet work man. i like the teddy bear. and that guy with the sheild and sword's sweet...
hehe, your girl's idea! do you color with her? if so, that's awsome.
Diggin on the comic-like stuff you do! Your linework is very crisp and clean!
The purple monster is cool! Props to both you and your girl, I suppose
Keep 'em coming!
dcept: thx for diggin my comic style, im actually going to work on it more thx to u
Matt: that girl is only a f*** buddy, she only says stuff to get my attention (btw its common to have a f*** buddy in england)
bhanu: thx for popping by mate
here is some step by step photoshop6 work... i was playing about with black and white opacity and i felt quite relaxed doing it without colour:/
sweet process man, love the detail.
ahha - well we dont have "buddy" girls here. wish we did... it might be fun.
what do you do with your "buddy?
GAH!! i didnt even see your nake chick in the last one. whoa... hehe.
nice bike babe... man, it's hard for me to draw bikes, let alone girls on top of them nekkid. good work *pats on back*.
Really enjoyed the last 2 step by step posts.... Love seeing how you work - Can't wait to see some more!
ooo :o... nice update Cold. i am practicing... always in my mind even when i dont have a pencil/pen with me. hehehehahahahah!
what kinda tablet do you have? i'm planning on purchasing an Intuos 3 someday... i really want a big one... but then that would mean i'd need a bigger desk. hahaha
your car/buggy design is sweet.. and that space dude with the sword... nice. looks like he found it in a planet he was on.
do you participate in any of the EOW, COW, or DSG's? just wonderin...
and YOU practice more! haha
sweet (insert generic wrestling or street fighter move) sketch book!
very fun stuff.
keep on truckin.
i definatly like the paints that u spend more time on the most. the fast loose ones sometimes look like ur having a seizure. but hey, im guilty of siezure painting and drawing myself. hell im prolly public enemy number... *sigh* nm.
again i like ur comic book style and u have excellent paintings. must see more.
OBX - drawing a.d.d.
The art of Joel Hladky
-Fear is the enemy of Imagination - Andrew Jones-
I really admire your line art. I tend to like them more than your colorizations.
I feel the colors quite don't them justice. But keep it up, the more the better. The dynamics in your secound to last post is also impressive.
I do feel that some of your ink faces could have a little bit of shading. It wont hurt them.
hehe.... wow.. i like the last one... the beast is SCARRRYYY!! nice blacks and stuff. the colored version of the dude with the swords is bad (as in cool). ;p also, could you make your images like 450 or 550 width, i can't read some of the text in there and i really want to! haha all i can read on one is "I BET!" and that's it.
Are you working on a comic project by any chanse? This looks like character sheets for some kind of big project. Anyways it is looking neat now. Have you take any kind of formal education? I feel im not progressing as much as I wat to in my sketchbook. I prolly have to start to do thing another way. I its not working one way, try another.
matt: thx for the comment, and for you il try to make the speech more readable even tho that wasnt my initial attempt just for u!
njord: thx, and i havent taken any formal studies, its all about getting involved with what you like doing, and searching down people who have mastered what you want to achieve. My hero was a Creg Capullo who drew/pencils/inked "Spawn" comic for Image, before internet was even invented, I looked at his work for ages a day. Obviously you are going to adapt and take up what you do and see all the time...
So my advice is, get involved with what you love and want to achieve. The more you look the more answeres you will find, and beleave me they are all out there, sometimes right infront of you
Dile: thx to u 2, ive seen you sb its pretty impressive for your age, the only thing that worries me lately, nothing major we all do it, that you have drawn yourself into too much to A "crowd-pleaser"... just to post something you rush your pictures, i know that may not be true, some of your art shows great potentual, try not posting something and see if you are personally happy with it. Honestly i find that when i dont post my lastest work and i spend 1on1 time with it, i sincerely feel i could of done better. I do it sometimes so i am legit to give you this advice out of experience afterall you will wipe the floor when you are older, regarding your interest will remain x
here is some more evaluating on what im planning to do, i cant tell what this is, yet, but I will show eventhing if time is given
edit: on peoples note, i have relised the head is to big on this last peace, i am very sorry
Last edited by Cold; April 12th, 2006 at 11:00 AM.
Comic, Comic, Comic!
I must agree with your comment. I'm not quite sure what direction I want to go for my art yet. My idea for right now is to make quick sketches with pen to build a mental libery of form and motion. Then try to apply this in more finished drawings alla the ones I've posted recently.
As for yours-
Last picture. If im not mistaken the horizon line is on the front persons shoulder level. With this perspective I do not think you would see so much of the man on the dragon's armpit. I think you see to much of latissimus dorsi and not enough of the deltoid and biceps. You might want to look into that with some ref. That is about it and your comments are some of the most constructive I get. I really apriciate them.
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