Last edited by Paolo13; March 18th, 2013 at 11:36 AM.
Hey, pretty nice.
I really like the drawings in your first post. There's a lot that bothers me about your in-progress digital piece(s?), however... I understand that it's a WIP and the background is a little loose and confusing right now, but the girl just doesn't seem to... fit? in either of them. She looks like she's crawling on the floor, and the backgrounds seem to be taken from the perspective of someone standing up. I like it best in your first post, the minimalism with wires etc.
Anyway, keep posting, keep arting, etc!
Good start to your sb, I would say with your first digi painting, the first one looks better imo. The background creates a nice composition, with the color and the design elements. With your updated versions, the background just gets completely cluttered. I say keep it simple. Nice digi stuff, keep pushing yourself. With the last post, great characters and nice suddle expressions also. Watch your angles on the 3 quater views. Make sure the eyes, nose, and lips are on the same angle.
Hey Paolo, nice start. I like the idea of the woman bursting out of the guys belly button from his POV, so give that one a render if you can.
I'd like to see a bit tighter linework though. The first batman pic is nice because of the natural media and I'd like to see more of your drawings in pencil.
Those inked portrait are great. They have a lot of character and the linework is lovely. Also diggin this one.
In the image from post #3 be careful with those skulls, the look too flat on space. Trying sending backwards the smaller ones by playing with their value and colour. please let me know if don't make myself clear.
Keep them coming.
some pretty powerful stuff here. love the chick coming out of the matress/sofa.
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you have an awesome style, i like it much. the game avatars looking really nice , but are they supposed to look in the same direction? the very last one looks damn good. keep on postin!
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like the faces you did. I can imagine the full character.
I'm still finding my way around here, but I'm glad I stumbled on your "Grey Area". I have to say I'm a fan. Keep up the great work. It's inspiring to be in the presence of such creative minds.
Really great stuff here, man. Are you a professional comic book artist?
I'm so subscribing to this post. I look forward to seeing more from you.
Critique or don't, but please don't rate with stars cause they don't help. Stars are for hotels.
ciao sono eidenet dei Crimson Daggers, bella roba fai, sopratutto la roba fumettosa, complimenti davvero ottima. si vede che sei un professionista. io ho ricominciato a dipingere e a lavorare con l illustrazione dopo due anni di stacco..questo è il mio link http://eidenet.deviantart.com/
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@Rangj: Thanks for the visit! Yes I have a sick mind, but I need to improve, that means it is going to get worse !!!!
@Tabnir. Grate to see you in my sketchbook!! I just love your style!! I think my line-work is just a reflection of what I do when I ink with a brush, I still can not reproduce the same effects but I hope it is only a question of getting used to the tablet!
I would like to be able to go completely digital, with no scans. I do my drawings on Sketchbook Pro, then I do the coloring on Painter and at the end I try to use Photoshop for texture and effects.
Just a quick one, I have all my Activities entry to finish!!
I decided to move to photoshop, and to leave Painter for a wile.
My biggest problem is that wen I draw on paper I DRAW THE SHADOWS to make light, but for the coloring is the opposite process, I need to draw light to make shadows!!!
All a new learning process!!
Great stuff in here!! It's funny...I just left PS for Painter!! I LOVE it!! haha!! But say...what did you do post 33 in? I'm hoping you'll say painter! ha!
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@Spoonfruit: actually I did that in Photoshop, it is a much bigger drawing and I used some custom brushes that I downloaded from the monster artists of this community.
I think both software are grate, and I just want to be able to use them both. If you like the brush feeling on Painter then u should try sketching with Sketchbook Pro!!!!
After coffee (Espresso) sketch!!
OK, so I sent my portfolio to an AD of a game company for a job in the game industry, he was very kind and made me realize many of my week points, one amongst all the absence of a particular style. And this is true, I mean, my B\W comic pages have my style, but when I "go digital" I mix everything up, I loose freshness in the pencils, mainly because I always can erase if i do something wrong, and my coloring is real crap!!!! So I have decided to work more on the black lines of my drawings, going with a small size brush, as if it was a pencil. For the coloring I still stand no ware. But let hit a wall once at a time!!! They will be sending me some test drawing to do anyway, so until then, it is me and my tablet!!!!!
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