I really like your style.
I really like your style.
Woo those sketches are looking awesome bro
Like i've said wow you have some kickass understanding
I really like all the concept their coming along more and more
Well i've got another idea for you!
This was written by justin but i'll just kind of simplfiy it
Ok take an object in your room or office or kitchen but it has to be a real life object for example a toaster. Then take a job or culutre or race for example mayan. Then think of a name etc david.
So mix the toaster with the mayan * crazy buts it fun* he might have heat rays going down his body like those of a toaster and then go on google and type david and thats the type of face he might have.
I think this should be another way to have great fun and more concepts!
And btw man, thank you for alll the support and advice you've shown in my sb so far i am super greatful
Lilnebo:Thnx pal, i will try what you said.I think its a good way to imagine something when your imagination is on a limit (i enjoy watching your sketchbook)
Xinga:Thank you .Basically i first use a 2H pencil and then a little HB and after that i scan it(then some level adjugment in photoshop)--->i used to make it with other softer pencils but i dont have the time to make it with pencils now so i do it with photoshop. (sometimes i need to take a softer pencil if i am gonna do something more finished in paper)
As a fellow greek is awesome to see more of us painting and drawing!
Youve got great skills!
Hope to see more!
i was on a trip so i didnt have so much time to make a lot of new works.I will post for now a WIP of a recent work and soon i will upload more.
Ok i will upload some studies i did today
Work work work.................
And a speed painting (4 minutes)-with 2 custom brushes i made
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This update is awsome! The viking dude is great. How long have you been drawing seriously for? Thanks for the advice in my SB. Very help full!
Nopig:Thanks for your comment nopig .Well i used to draw stuff like that(warriors etc.) when i first listened about D&D(dungeons&dragons).I used to draw before that but i was doing other things.I draw since i was 4 years old?(i remember that they made me do the christmas drawings in the school before the first school(i dont know the word in english). My passion and my future plans and also my motivation to show my parents that i can manage to make my living with art are the things that make me never stop.Passion my friend, if you are passionate about what you do i hope that you can be successful
I am glad i helped
Now lets update----------->
Ok its time for more updates.
I made a anatomy study once again to better understand basic shapes and fasten then production rate.
hey thank you for cheching out my stuff! i really like the structured approach you take in your learning path. Just keep the focus!
There's a guy that poted a while back on these forums called Achadobu, you might want to check out his works, he used perspective to enhance his figure-studies and could do some really amazing stuff ith that.
Dude sorry I have not visited in a bit! You really have a unique sketchbook in the way you so cleanly analyze how things work...you strike me as wise that way.
The little notes are amusing and you really know where to place shadow to enhance forms.
Do you reference a lot of your character poses or have you just drawn a lot. The biggest thing of all is that you get a sense of confidence in what you create - forms are clearly illustrated...and thanks for your continuing sketchbook visits!
Thnx jakers.Well i am not using a lot of referenses.The most of my work is done with studies about how anatomy works(cause one of my goals is to manage create every body that comes to my mind(even from dreams)
I enjoy your sketchbook pal
I try to upload as fast as i can.I draw everyday but i dont have the right time to post them , thats why ipost them all in one versions
see ya and thnx for stopping by.I will post soon
more updates(will do more soon,had some works that made me dont sketch that much)!!!
I keep studying different anatomy things.Currently trying to make my characters interesting so i try to study body with proportions.Still studying
All the anatomy primitives studies are looking great and love the metal-helmeted coloured character. Thanks for the animated WIP as well. I can't believe you're using a mouse for the digital stuff - that sounds excruciating for the quality of work your making with it. Good work, keep it up.
Nice to see you testing out foreshortening. Your studies of body forms and planes look like they've been helping you a lot. This looks like the kind of practice I need to be doing.
This is great stuff! Keep at it!
Puck:thank you puck.I am working with it since i bought a pc but i think i need to get a tablet if i wanna expans my skills faster(its very expensive )
Senira:I am glad i helped in something , thank you very much
I will upload soon, see ya
I love the way how you analyse things. Works really inspiring for me also, great stuff!!
Thnx Nele .You know one of the great motives to artists is how inspirational their work is to others.I am happy that my artwork inspire you
Welcome to CA btw.
If you have a sketchbook put the link to your signature so that i can check your works .
Thnx Eerin .Yes its true that i must balance a little my studies with some finished works.
(i will be without scanner for 3 or 4 days, after that i will update)
need moar art!
For Science- Sketchbook!
Dude you need practice.
WHO DOESN'T?! BWHAHAHA
Keep it UP! Oh and don't forget to render the shadows. Think form. Keep feeling shape.
Ok i was away from my pc and scanner for some days and now i am back, so lets go back to work.I have done some pieces there and i will post them now.
Thnx you all for your support!!!
see ya !!!
I just wanted to say I like your sketches, your lines are nice and clean and you seem to have a good grasp on where the shadows are supposed to go. Everything else comes with practice, keep up the good work!
Hey there man, your sketchbook really has some cool pieces, i think your strongest point is motion, some of your sketches look incredible fluid. Cool stuff man, hope to see more from you soon!
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