Digging the digital life painting. Keep it up!
Digging the digital life painting. Keep it up!
lens flare renaissance
Hello there Mr crackman. I found one comment from u in early time in my sb, it was cool. But now I'm not here to talk aboat me.
I really like your pencil stuff most of them have a really "goosy" feelng, like hugs if that makes any sence at all, if it don't just see it as a really posetive thing.
Looooong time no post (it's been what, 4 months? dammit)
Here's a little update, to colour up this current page. Heheh.
Thanks everyone for all your comments Some of them are very helpful and all of them are encouraging. Thank yoooouuu!
hellow again witcrack!
I like that gray rendered guy with the blue background a lot in the latest update! Especially the experimental feeling you achived with cutting and copying.
First one is cool too, but I think it's too messy (at moment?). The area with the hair and the arms is difficult to read because you have so many lines and the same colours and values. Working in bigger shapes may help too if you like to go on.
Nonetheless, nice update =)
Val: Thank you very much for your comments For the first image you mentioned (the guy with big moon, it's Gaiman's Morpheus, btw), it's just a ... er... mood sketch? hehe, I don't even know what that is, anyway it (will be) functioning as a guide for a more careful painting (2nd picture).
Just draw myself a new wallpaper
uh.. sorry if the image is too big... Edit: FIXED
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Glad you're back and posting. The Morpheus sketch is really cool, I like the second composition sketch very much, do you reckon you'll finish it? The Mushroomette is...interesting, what is it supposed to be? I like the way you've painted it, although her left leg seems a bit too small and disjointed.
Oh and niiiice samurai
keep up the great work
Heeeeeeeeeey witcrack!Long time no see man!Nice to see you r still active!I can see a lot of progress and i love the samurai!Ill give some feedback next time!
Long time no post. But I'm not abandoning this thread yet. Thanks all for your nice commentaries
Angel: It's suppose to be a just doodle. Boredom can yield interesting result sometimes. Heheh
Cameli: Heey! Long time no see So I also see you updating again too.. Niiice. Killer sketches as always!
Kristoff: Glad you like them.. hehehe.
So, just a quick drop... I made this one for this week's CHOW: Intergalactic Burlesque! how bizarre is that?
Eh up! I missed the intergalactic burlesque chow, damn that sounded good. I like your ideas.
I'm liking the last few sketch dumps. The stand out pieces for me are the 1st study in #461, all it needs is a little more time fixing the anatomy on his legs and feet, the rest is great, the suggestive 'brush' strokes and lighting look really cool.
The sci-fi sketch underneath is pretty cool looking too, I like the limited colours you used.
The moped in #462 stands out, I love the style and textures, looks like traditional. Also the last one is gorgeous, the colours are lovely and fresh it would be nice to see this one worked up some more but only in a few places where you want the focus to be, like her face and her feet for example. But that's only my opinion of course.
keep up the good work
Angela: Hey hey! Thank you for taking time to comment. I really appreciate it I agree I should endure some more time in my studies, it's just... the internet, it's... ... No reason actually, just being the lazy me
Well, here's some new ones:
Opaque colour studies:
Stuffs I currently work on:
^ I realize I have to darken the green headed guy a bit more while I was trying to rework his body. That's one happy accident for me .
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perhaps it needs some words in it, explaining things or perhaps additional drawing, showing how he shoot his sonic weapon thing. But I think it will it suffice for now. Back to the character illustration.
Continuing the Bard for The CHOW:
Slight change to the illustration based on the character sheet
Ink and tone, ... and red keytar!
Next up, local colour and rendering until the deadline *note: gotta resist the temptation to do background, at least until I'm satisfied with the local colours.
ohhhh man!! witcrack your skill is just awesome! such big progress from when you started, I'm sorry for the ass pat but that is really all I can offer, You are clearly on pro level.
in answer to your question(and thank you for the comment), I'm not currently going to a art school, just spend all the time I can on trying to improve. yourself?
If I happen to comment on your sketchbook, please don't feel obliged to comment on mine. use that time instead to get back to work.
CA sketchbook: http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=245741
nice stuff mate you obvs have tons of style. rendering could use more polish in most pics but that's just a matter of time. you're on your way, keep at it!
luther: Thanks man! I appreciate the visit and I'm glad you think I'm progressing, cuz most of the time I don't think I'm going anywhere. But I'm not pro. No, not yet. So, apology accepted ... haha, just kidding. Everyone could use some ass pats every once in a while And to your question, I'm mostly self-taught too but I had my basic drawing training in my early years of graphic design college.
Ian: Thank you mate! Those tons of styles are actually a product of inconsistencies, in that, I rarely sure of what I was doing most of the times and get bored easily (as you may have guessed. Hehe). I'm quite enjoying it though, but I know I have to fix it, bits by bits. Come back here again sometimes and help me out?
So, here's my final for CHOW#298
I'm not gonna post it right now, too tired... and I still have time to tidy up and complete the character sheet. So...
Yo mateee!!! Glad to see you keeping up
The last work is great. You followed a nice approach and stayed true to it. So the piece have great design and execution. Try other approach in the next one.
Keep up the great work
wow you've done loads of work
Thank you kingkostas and kaikaisushi .
So, here's more studies of colours:
So, ummm... few tries of these opaque colours studies, some posts ago, I thought I was quite grasping it. After these two, I wasn't really sure what to look for and thought maybe I should study values again, maybe with temperature changes, like black, red and white, I don't know... Anyone had something in mind regarding to this matter? what did I missed or anything? I would love to hear it
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