Fantasy work full of emotions and walking around the bizarre eh?
love it. Tim Burton when he decides to grow up a bit.
Hey, I like that series of characters you did -the ones colored/shaded in reds. I also enjoyed the really hairy guy -and the guy with his dog you just posted -that has lots of character. Keep sketching!
Thank you for visiting my thread. You have a great sketchbook so far, Your characters are very interesting to me. I hope to see more.
nice stuff you got here. you got a good feeling for colours.
the last anatomie sketches are very good.
kann dir nur empfehlen noch mehr anatomie studien zu mahcen, nach guten zeichenbŁchern. und nimm ruhig mal nen fineliner statt kohle.
bist aber auf jeden fall auf dem richtigen weg.
hey, thanks for posting in my SB. your crit was spot on!
i wish i had your ability to capture expression.
if i have one crit, it would be to watch your shadows, especially the pure black ones. if it's not used specifically for stylization, it can become oppressive.
but on the whole, great work!
my NEW sketchbook:http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...49#post1755349
yoyo! in one of ur first posts u say u are not good with color. In the 'inferno' post u prove the opposite, seems like u improved a lot!
a thing u could work on is making things a bit more clear, some things are a bit vague right now, adding some extra detail wouldnt hurt...keep posting!
My sketchbook: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...106521&page=11
@vritra...thanks, and you really hit the nail with your critic....i have to find a way to make my illustrations more spicy and mor interesting...yet i dunno how.
here's a wip...it's more color and value practice than character design....
Last edited by Delmar; January 23rd, 2008 at 06:16 PM.
Hey Delmar ! for ur artwork to hv tht punch, i strongly feel tht u start with the drawing first, dynamic posing...construction...character design...supported by nice coloring
btw, wud love to c the finished artwork of Medusa
Some solid looking material here! I think the previous advice of clearly thinking about the concept before you actually put pen to paper or pixels to screen is good advice. Really know what you intend to draw before you begin drawing and you'll see in your mind the "details" that you want. That's really hard to do, as so many of us just start sketching and let the drawing come to life on its own, but I think the masters probably have a good idea of what they want before they start.
My two cents.
Thanks to all for the advices. It's definitely true that in my recent character work i've focused more on coloring than dynamic poses and structure. I'm going to spend more time on structuring and pre work of my concepts...
It's funny, conceptart suggested everyone to go and draw when they were offline yesterday....and i did....haha
so here are a few sketches from yesterday...no ref used
Last edited by Delmar; January 27th, 2008 at 07:04 AM.
Your digitals are great! fun character design ! keep it up!
plus your portraits are cool!
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