I Love This ...
I Love This ...
狐lee: Thank you
Hang on a minute!
Last edited by grue; June 10th, 2009 at 05:13 PM.
I hadn't drawn from reference for ages. Here are today's tries. Started from reference, ended somewhere on Pluto.
all so simple yet imaginative... i like!
WRappiii: Thank you mate That's what I strive for. Simple ideas with mood. I'm trying to produce at least one daily (excluding exercises which I don't post).
This one came out a bit flat...
I tried to colour straight after sketching without a black & white tonal layer. Just a new layer for the colour, not even on overlay.
I overlayed the textures the usual way in the end.
Losely inspired by Jaba the Hutt.
Dusk over city ruins.
Been listening to Monoliths and Dimensions by the geniuses that is Sunn 0))). This came out.
A baby eyeless behemoth.
It has so many bad shapes and wrong shadows but I can't spend any more time on it...
Some more Mythos inspired stuff.
Koncept: Thanks friend I strongly believe that texturing each piece is almost as important as the piece itself. I think our eyes have gotten used to see the paper/canvas/etc texture on paintings even if we don't notice it so it bothers us if it's not there.
One for the daily sketch combetition
what more can I say - your textures and creatures are still great...(but still my favourite is first one ;> ) Now I wanna paint too and I can't because of my exams!!! T.T
jameli: Thanks Good luck with your exams!
cool: nahh, they are innocent little things. Thanks for looking
EDIT: Ok, He/she seems to have removed her post. :/
Two very speedy speedpaints.
My first ever fully realised full-body character. Done withut refernce and it shows.
The flea of nightmares
Seguleh. From the Malazan Book of the Fallen.
Also, my first Corel Painter picture.
I'm trying to use Painter a bit more ... ermmm... painterly.
I still texture in photoshop though.
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