I've been horribly unmotivated and everything i start seems to magnify that problem.
can't bring myself to work on these
Edit: urrgghh what a horrible way to begin a new page
Hi, you have a good sense of colour, can't wait to see more!
I just came across your thread and I must say I really enjoy your work. I love the way you use colours and I like your choice of subjects.
Sketchbook doodleness : http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=130460
Blog : http://www.wherecrowsfallfromthesky.blogspot.com/
Hioo Patonki! I love that wardog pic in the 3rd page. Especially nice mood and colors in that one. Your digis are definitely getting cleaner and more confident-looking. Maybe one thing that keeps reoccurring throughout the pages is that you finish your paintings halfway - after you have the colors down you seem to lose interest (a problem I have as well, lol). The thing with pushing it further is that it's hard. And hard things tend to teach us better than the easy ones. Maybe try that and see what happens?
Last edited by Saara_; August 12th, 2011 at 05:24 AM.
Thanks! I guess I got something right about colors when it's the compliment I hear the most C:
Thank you! I really felt good about that picture when I started it.
Finishing halfway is definitely a problem. I lose interest due to seeing all the insurmountable mistakes I've made. I start hating my work really quick, and just want to finish it fast and start a new one. There might also be something wrong with the way I blend and use brushes. Trying to detail stuff still makes it look kinda dirty and rushed.
Case in point:
I think my computer has come to the end of it's life. It managed to BSoD while I was working on this, and it took hours to get it working properly again. The file was reverted to an earlier version or something, and most of my work was lost. Really frustrating.
I haven't been painting much lately due to being unmotivated, and this doesn't help one bit.
I see a lot of potential here!
Critique wise, the man in post 94 seems to have feminine/wide hips.
Wow, you're so cool. I loved the frog so much!
Hey, nice! You have done a study of my favourite Sargent painting. Wonderfully done, I think you really captured the essence! Looking forward to more master studies!
Thanks, that is good to hear. I'll try to push out more studies, like I promised myself.
But here is something completely different; animation
I was inspired when on a long bus ride, and sorta got an idea for an animated short movie, and got to test out flash quickly.
It's not finished, just some groundwork.
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