Im Really Tring To Develope This Charactor To See If I Can Make Something Cool If You Have Any Ideas About Processes Like Brain Storming Or Multipling Rough Sketches Feel Free To Let Me Know
Whoaaa.. the last few pics with the horse are off the hook dude!
That's some scary shit right there, I like it !
Guy on the horse is freaking awesome but the horse needs some serious work. It's head is way too small. I'd reccomend using a reference pic to get the horses proportions right. Really like the way you did the rider though. Much better colors on the girl. I do think her eyes are either more closed or more covered up by her cheekbones in the picture, and the upper lip needs to be darker. Also her brow/forehead on the left side bulge out too much. Keep rocking, crazy improvements in here!
Have to agree , the worrier on the horse is realy great, i also think that your srlf portrait on the 1st page is supa
thanks for the visit, you have got some really nice stuff going on in your sb. your observation and values look nice enough you just need to finish up with a harder brush. Great stuff!
Portrait is wayyy better - awesome job! I agree with oldnoobie but be careful - one or two strokes with a 50% opacity brush is all you need, don't blend it a lot. Also (nitpicky) her hair on the left side of the picture comes out too much from her forehead - if you look it is barely visible at the part. And if I were you i'd soften the highlights on the side and bottom of her hair to put more focus on her face - right now they steal they eye's attention (and they aren't that bright in the picture...). Keep up the good work!
That last portrait rocks!! Very nice work from start to finish. I can't wait to see how the new portrait will turn out. That Knight on a horse up top kicks ass also! I hope you would consider going back and refining some of the details because I think you have a top notch concept right there! Keep up the awesome work.
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Looking good I'll have to come back to crit later as i gotta run, but I love your updates!
Wow, been awhile since I've peeked in -- Your SB's goin' great gunz; nice stuffz lately
I thought I'd go ahead and throw in my two cents on this cool death-rider pic (seriously, i luv this concept 8)); hope you don't mind Make sure the rider's spine "connects" with the horse's -- so that the rider is actually seated... and the front legs need to be a bit longer... and there ya go. Hope this is helpful
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The pic of the wolf beast is truly awesome as far as I'm concerned. The way you move the ears around and added the mask, and generally the roughness of it all, its really cool and I wish I could wrap my head around how you got it so grainy and still made it look awesome.
Amotillado... had a good point with your death rider pic, but I think having the visible hand empty kind of throws the balance off. Are you planning to give it a sword?
Plus, do you ever paint in water color?
ok...said i'd provide a decent crit..now i've got to deliver...bleh
Since you're working on 2 pieces at the moment...The portrait and the knight, that is...i guess i'll start there.
The portrait is coming along nicely...watch the hair and the nose. The nose is a tiny bit smaller in your work than the photo. The hair is definitely way better than what i have the patience to produce. I suppose I should hold my tongue about it until you post the next update...(there is a neat-o hair tutorial that I ran across last night from the CG forums...could be a huge help, if needed.)
The knight ...looks like you're struggling with it. Right now is when I'd sketch out a bunch of thumbnails to find the best way of presenting him. It looks like you instantly fell in love with the chain mail and decided his chest and head had to be in a frontal view, while the rest could be a sorta 3 quarters. This is not a good thing. Loosen up a bit and play with the idea more. You're going cliche at the moment, and i think you can do more.
Hey Mr. Spect. Nice progress you got there. Your black and whites really stand out over the colored ones, so you might want to check out some color theory and work on that. The portrait is all nice so far (colors esp.), it just looks a little flat and the shading on the face is too two-dimensional to be credible. All together, nice work. I'll be checking back for sure.
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