thirdeye: More butts it is! Thanks
PieMonster: Yeah Find it hard in pencil, working on itttt
Aryeh: D: oh right thanks haha
Alexandria Rosales: Ah I've not really accomplished anything, nothing to be proud of, thankssss
Face studies, proportions are a mess gotta train my eyeeeee
Sketches and experiments
yooo, what time do you stream now?
"Many of life's failures are the people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up."
Concept Art Sketchbook - http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=219673
good work on these last two studies, sam, I really like the way you handled the edges on those!
Aryeh: Thanks man
kimozabbi: 10am GMT!
tronrobot: No sir, thank you
Gloominati: Thanks dude
fudgeloaf: Get fucckinnn pumped brah!
From imagination (excuse the extreme boobs, was for lols)
Last edited by SamC; November 26th, 2011 at 05:23 PM.
Awesome, man! I love your sketchbook, it's always a pleasure to check for updates and pop in into your livestream if there's time.
Treat those breasts as part of the imagination process - suddenly everything's fine, hehe!
Good work man!! But, "excuse the extreme boobs" no Idea what you're talking about man, sorry....
Just one word H0t, x)
Yerr gettin all good and shit man, keep goin! Your rendering is getting real suave these days! I think really starting to pay attention to your edges now will do wonders for your work, even if its just cleaning up things at the end. For example, on the last girl, the edge gradation from a sharp turn off on the cleavage to a more soft, shallow edge where the breasts flatten out, you could really push that more. Even if its a quick piece, just final pass for a half hour or so polishing everything before you save a final .jpeg can help a lot. then there are little small things like cleaning up her left shoulder where it wobbles a bit. Also I noticed you paint a real sharp edge highlight on that lower part of the cheek form on a lot of your faces, playing around with the small things like how soft those edges are, or how they cut across the faces will really help vary your facial structures. Keep it up though man, definitely happy to see how far you've come over the last few months. Inspirational. Cheers!
man it's great to see you're still working your ass off. I can no longer make it to your livestreams because of the time difference... :/
dedication is a fine thing to see sir, would love to see some oil portraits or plein air work from you.
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