you've improved so much. *___* i would love to see what kind of brushes you use.
I can never find ones that really click with me. do you make your own?
i just cant get enough. i humbly beg pardon for stalking you to death haha. great shit man. loving this heat your bringing. you sure as shit just lit a fire under my ass.
rock on my friend, shits getting real!
Wicked stuff, looking at this sketchbook makes me want to draw more
you people make me happy
thanks a lot!
well brushes - imnot really settled in any speciic approach on painting (yet) but when i want to render stuff clean i mostly prefer to use just the standard round brush with some pressure sensitives - but wellsometimes i like crazy custombrush experiments, if youre interested <you can drop me a pm, then i could send them to you
hahaha youre welcome
hehe thats cool
thanks, im really glad there is some improvement visible, beenworking hard since octobre
no i never took any classes, i was a physics student and hobbiist painter until last octobre, well started with my first freelance gigs jan 11 but well since i started to take it serious in octobre i read a lot of books about art watched some videos and stuff i think this website helped me a lot too. and practices the usual i guess lifedrawing alot doodling round from mind, or painting the fellow travellers in the train - and what helped me the most: working on indie projects, you wont have any motivation problems if you have a cool team around you
stuff im working on, some crap some cool
LOVING the spaceship lobby and the Titan excursion truck!
I think I might've just creamed my pants watching this stuff.
Holy....crap. The things you do with shapes and colors and
textures and everything. Just wow.
Can I marry your brain?
Xbert is one of my skype friends and we talk a lot about work, hes a really good person to get to crit stuff, and its been amazing this year watching how his work ethic has paid off and his work become so exciting; he also hates it when i say one artist or another is really awesome, he feels that isnt the point of the whole enterprisem so itll annoy the hell out of him when i say this isnt just one of my favourite bits of concept work, it is one of my favourite images from anywhere in the last 12 months
known only by his informal CIA nickname, for the superhuman cunning and devastating political impact of his attrocities; this is the only existing image of The Kingpin
thanks for visiting my sketchbook, means a lot from such a great artist!
really amazing sketchbook here, such an improvement from the beginning, keep being awesome!
thanks a lot man, your constant support (and critiques) mean alot to me and surely help a ton!
hahaha your too kind man - thanks
haha ok ill consider that - but you shouldnt feel depressed at all i enjoy every time i visit your sketchbook!
youre welcome man, and thanks for the nice words!
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You just keep getting better don't you? Keep it up man, you're making me drool. Posted a couple of your pictures on my blog as inspiration for people, hope you don't mind. With links to your site and sketchbook of course.
Last edited by Choob; April 8th, 2012 at 10:39 AM.
Awesome work man, loved that vechile
My sketchbook http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...=199424&page=5
Free drinks http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=230255
What is a quick technique for getting the repeated details like the tread on the outer edge of the wheel in your Nasa vehicle? If you used a custom brush you did a great job building it, because the integration is fantastic. Also do you use the same technique for adding details like in the lower right corner of your last enviro? That looks like it could be clone brushed so it is hard to say.
Anyways, your last enviro is fantastic, could have been interesting if you used the pools at the bottom of the image to disrupt the top down, blue to yellow-green gradient that is over everything. If they were just a tad blue and the explorers had some trace of blue it might force movement in the area a little more.
Thanks for sharing.
i use several techniques - in that nasa vehicle the detail on the tyres come from the detailled 3d mockup i made while most of the surface details are "simply" painted. in the enviroment nearly the entire image with all its details is done with the ps standard round brush i like to work that way the most and whenever im not under time pressure (like when working for freelance jobs) i prefer to work that way - though when under time pressure i use to paint a lot of textures and use them as overlay layers f you dont want to paint them on your own you can use phototexture sources like cgtextures.com but id say be careful with stuff like that, its a thin line between when these phototextures give your painting detail and impact - or simply destroying it because of mixed up detail density and gruesome photo artifacts everywhere
fantastic sketchbook man!i love your last post.
"Many of life's failures are the people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up."
Concept Art Sketchbook - http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=219673
Dude you have improved!!!!! That car painting on page 17 was crazy, it looked like it was moving or causing some effect making my eye think it was moving lol I also like that one of that huge guy about to squash the guy with the shield with a big rock. Just amazing rendering of the muscles. Your color choice really shows the raw emotion in the painting, reminds me of some old Frank Frazetta paintings of Conan. Thanks alot for stopping by my sketchbook man as well man!! Its good to be back Keep up the great work man!!!!
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