Love the portraits!
Love the portraits!
Hey nice sketchbook man, really like the illustrations, keep it up.
my sketchbook- http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...=235313&page=3
Hey man thanks for the comment in my sketchbook i'll definitely look into them this weekend. I've been on loomis and bridgeman the past couple months and ive heard great things about the others so thanks for reminding me. Also great stuff Blooming maiden is hands down my favorite its the piece i remembered you by from the vernissage haha. Heres hoping i get to where you're at by the end of my third year also this is the guy i was talking about today http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...udies-and-such Anyway hope to see you around more often at the model sessions keep up the good work man!
good to see you still on the grind!
keep having fun learning and exploring
sketchbook updated October 6th
dig it ! nice work ! love those black and whites too
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awesome! if i could give a crit for your digis i'd say learn more brush variation, or working variation. a similar brush throughout a painting creates a similar edge on everything, and that leaves alot on the line as general contrasts are reduced- for instance, in the study above, i would want to make the folds in the woman's neck have a very different quality of edge than her hair etc.. etc..
Great sketchbook! I love the use of colour in your watercolour life drawings; it makes them really interesting to look at, it’d be nice to see some more if you get the time
Lots n lots n lots of great work since i've last been here. Great job! Thanks for sharing once again.
Your characters are very creative, makes me realize even more how little time i spend thinking about concept. Thanks for that.
Great SB xin. Only thing I would like to see more of is chromatic colors. More like the landscape and characters in post 80. Definitely something I should also work on. Haha
"You can't do sketches enough. Sketch everything and keep your curiosity fresh.” - John Singer Sargent
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Hey Xin! your new portfolio is awesome, I was at work when looking at it, shared it with a few other concept artists there lots of really good new concepts. Thanks for dropping by my sketchbook. Im trying to update my portfolio too, ive been drawing alot again lately, gotta keep it up I really need to improve. Anyways, see you around man!
palladium: will do!
Matt Levert: thanks dooood
BlackDelphin: Robin Hood, the most recent one directed by Ridley Scott (http://framefilter.blogspot.ca/2013/01/robin-hood.html)
Chainsaw Centaur? Chainsaw Centaur.
interesting especially the portrait sketch
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