donkeyslayer- I agree there were some minor perspective problems. I went back and made some adjustments. I hope they are to your liking now.
some more stuff. guns, props, creatures, ships, and more envs comings soon!
this was part of the aforementioned art test. it's definitely not like my usual stuff, but it was fun trying to adapt to an established style!
a creature design i did one morning. i be working on creating more intimidating creatures soon.
an environment that i started off in sketchup with very simplified geometry (think boxes). it was originally going to be an office, but i decided on creating a sci-fi setting that's partially exposed to the world outside and partially enclosed. i had lots of fun doodling out the aliens. i just might want to flesh some of them out someday :]
Last edited by robinchyo; October 13th, 2007 at 12:05 AM.
i really like that last environment.
very good unique color choices and design. I also like how you framed the whole piece very orginal!
"take our game, take our name, kick us to the curb thats a cold thang"
Cool stuff man - and really nice to see some things that we are not used to seeing from you.
I actually like that character on top quite a bit. It's got a nice energy and 'fun factor' to it, that I could see you mixing in with your other work. Very cool.
Really dig on that enviro too , and I believe I saw another one you posted somewhere recently (blog maybe?) that was really good to. Seems like you have some natural ability with the enviros' you may not have known was there. More! Great stuff all around- cool to see you taking these next steps.
Oh - and thanks for that thing
cool stuff! only crit is maybeeee add some textures to some of the machinery and your creatures, they still feel a little clean. your environments are great, love the colors.
on your war image, did you hand paint all the water?
Hey Robin, this is oh so cool and getting cooler! Really dig the environments and characters.
diggin' all these new stuff Robin!! especially those vehicles. nice update!!
hp- yeah, i'm trying to incorporate more textures and some specular into my surfaces. thanks!
foster- aww. hope all is well for you, jon!
Phattro- hey dude! how's everything going for you? thanks for the comments!
thanks guys. and no, i will not be attending the workshop, tom. :-( sowwy!
here's a design i just finished up. small update :-/
drawing girls has always been my weakpoint, but i like to think i'm getting a bit better at it...er or at least i hope i am! :p
Last edited by robinchyo; November 29th, 2007 at 11:27 PM.
Question: Do you paint in gray scale, then color with a overlay on top and add more colors on top of all the layers?
The reason I ask is because I color better with gray scale first and then color. Love your stuff and your sketchy style. I see your art work and automatically I know it's you
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great work in here Robin! My favorites are your environments, and creatures.
I don't know if this is a artistic message, some style you've worked out.
but it seems to me that your work (from top to bottom) starts out really.. really well, but then at the end.. you seem to just get lazy and.. not finish it.
Witness the contents of mind, the visions and sounds, the thoughts, as clouds passing through the vast expanse - the sky-like nature of mind. The rootedness of Being is in emptiness, clarity and awareness: unborn, unspoilt, stainlessly pure. ~Alex Grey
bloody hell, those last updates are superb. I enjoy the "rough" look of things, showing brush strokes and textures on the designs.
really makes me wanna paint more meself.
you have a way with color choices as well, that I just Love.
there are some slight perspective issues on a few of your pieces,
but, hey - who am I to talk?....
very cool works.
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