i can defenetly c the improvement on you nice job keep it upp ...
Remarkable improvement! I guess that's everyone's say.
Yet I do impressed by your range of experimenting with different subjects, which makes you progress rapidly. I love you line work in ID stuff(or not?), especially the last post of environment in #212. I am also wondering how did you draw those smooth curve in #221 in digital , is there any tip?
Keep it up!!
you are goin raaaaad brother
You are the f'n coolest man! I love your environments. The one with the faces on the trees is amazing! Your figures are really improving AND your color! Kudos!
UnSharpened, my 'smooth' lines in post 221 was just with the standard round brush in PS with dynamics pressure. all standard stuff
i've been busy working and no time for drawing. all time i have im drawing industrial design stuff. i want to learn and get better in designs. anyone has a tip?
small update some faces just for fun nothing special, i like drawing with ballpointpen lately.
A tip? Go join IDW I think you would do great there.
How did the underlay work out for you? If you need help with it just let me know.
Oh, and great sketchbook you've got going on here. I'd swear I've posted in here before but it seems I didn't. Somehow I like those tree designs on the previous page, along with the color study of the fish
yoitisi: he guido, thanks, maybe i will do that sometime.
well, i havent posted for a while. reason for this is that i was totally uninspired and only lurking at all the great artists out there. so i decided to step back and actually dont look for a while at others and concentrate more about what i want. so i decided to draw a lot more from life/photo. i did some self portraits and really frustrated me, but in the end it worked out. i will post them soon. i even drawn at a coffeeshop just stuff and interior. i really learn that its import to squeeze you eyes and see the overall values..
here is a landscape from photoref.
I like the muscle man studie, nice to watch. Pretty nice sketches and other stuff. Keep it up.
xxzxczx_me: thanks, well, thats what i usually do. on the other hand i sometimes like to do my paintings quick. so thats why some of my square brushstrokes are not blended well. good pointer
algenpfleger:thanks sir, you got some nice brushwork aswell
poses from imagination while playing cs source
Last edited by JellevdVegt; March 12th, 2008 at 02:01 PM.
i took the last sketch to the next level. i had this vision in my mind of the kid having an encounter with an alien. i was a little bit inspired by leo snow's awesome paintings with rimlights
i got 2 versions, the low version is how intended it. then i was messin around with layer options and the above one i really liked. what do you guys think looks best?
Last edited by JellevdVegt; March 15th, 2008 at 09:44 PM.
You've got a very nice sketchbook, Teh Gosu.
About the last posting, I like the one above the most. That alien, with that really big head, looks awesome.
wOw the last thrre pieces are amazing like the one with the UFO in particular.. Great Job!
holy crap i just got 60 email notifications about this thread. images are looking nice.
Holy crap your improvement is like mind blowingly epic, great work espescially the digital work! The Alien sketch is very moody and very nice, keep it up, this is great!
Hard working man, respect.
I see the potential of the latest post, maybe there can be some back light reflecting on the dark side of him. Or even a different colour of light source, cold blue? e.g. which I think is a good match to your basic tone (brown-yellow, warm).
Keep it coming!!
Amazing progress over your thread!
Love the colors and lighting in your last posts, It's so warm...mmm
Keep them coming!
hmm, i like those last robots! good progress overall!
My sketchbook: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...106521&page=11
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