I dont get how this thread is only 4 stars, it should be 5! Awesome work mate! Feel free to drop by at my SB if youve got time!
LOLZ!!!!!11111 U R REAL GOOD now mannnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnzzzzzzzzzz loving that shizz!!!!!!!1111!!!!!!1!!!!1!!!! What paper is this done onsss????!!!!!!!!1111
Agh, you guys are insanely awesome!
zelda_geek thanks man
Krato thank you
Cacodaemonia cheers, glad you think so
oren90 yeah, that would probably help with the undead-ness
courtyard ahah thanks, yeah I thought it had a kind of cool look to it/
algen thanks man, how are the hands? Get well soon
Snooby thanks man
Meissner gotta agree with you there haha, the composition sucks. Glad you think its well painted
Walidhahah I actually lol'd. Of course man, sorry for taking all the credit D:
JailHouseRock2 yeah thats a really good point, Would probably help the focus a lot. Cheers man
Teundeboerhaha I'm sorry man, too much time D: I need to move on to new things haha
Razorb thanks buddy
YihyoungLi A lot of really great points, and I'm still trying to explore how to mix more 'photographic' effects, like depth of field with looking for a more painterly style. Hopefully I'll pull it off better in the future.
Melfeyhaha to be honest man, any and all of those. The main thing is, draw as often as you can, and enjoy what you do. Make sure you have fun with your studies as well as imagination work. I'd say start with anatomy, perspective and values. and work from there. Theres so much to learn, and the great thing about art is you can always get better, so you can always keep it fresh and interesting. Anyway, I'm not really the person to ask, I'm too lazy and still pretty inexperienced. Just strive to learn something new daily.
Darkside thank you very much
Dekalyeah I agree, gotta stop taking the easy way out with blur effects haha :/
NoodleDoodlehaha thanks man:/ Check out the first 50 pages or so to see why its 4 stars :p
Placeboast lol thanks man, means a lot
Tugelbend haha, :p thanks dude
Sublimus haha yes sir! Yeah I'm lame with hands, I'll work on it
lagreatman123 you must be pretty bored fred haha :p
Well, been busyish the past few days, Went to see the Mars Volta live in London a couple of nights ago, who were mindblowing. Then, yesterday I went up to London again to check out the Summer Exhibiton and The J.W.Waterhouse exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts. The Waterhouse thing was so ridiculously insipiring. If you are in London check it out!
In the free time I've been knocking up this. I'll post the finished image and the little thumbnail I knocked up before hand as a comparison. The Final pic was painted straight to colour, using the thumb as a rough guide for values.
trying to do different types of faces and stuff,
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So amazing! The lips are gorgeousness^10. And those eyebrows are kinda interesting haha. Awesomeness, especially with the colors.
I think her ear is a little strange--too small? Or maybe on the wrong plane? Also, her forehead seems kind of flat; perhaps pulling those cold lights on the left over a little more.
looks awasome great portrait i really dig the colors you used
especially with the light and all
it seems like the lips attract the most attention
overall it looks fantastic
Good to see you pushing for different facial types--looking great! One thing worth mentioning is that in the thumbnail, she looks kind of sly and sexy; in the finished piece, she almost looks worried or nervous (which I think is a more interesting choice of the two, but I'm not sure if it was a conscious one...). Beautiful work, though. Really excited to see where this book goes.
I think the shoulder feels way to small compared to the head in the final. I notice that you often make the shoulder too thin compared to the head with your ladies. Loving the colours on this, keep it up
Just skimmed through your section here. Wow you have had some skill growth over the last few years! I like you dedication so far you seem to be taking in good info from the comments and creating some cool images! Just keep going and push yourself like we all have to. Keep drawing from like as much as you can to mix it in with the imagination type work. With art skills you can never stop learning and with the Internet it is a great tool for this. Later.
Man, amazing progress. Don't think I've ever seen someone as good as you on your age, on or off the internet
would you think it was weird if i were to tell you that i masturbate whilst looking at some of your hotter pictures? xxx
That last portrait is great dude!
Thank you so much everyone, I don't have time to write inidivdual replies, but don't get me wrong I read them all and take in everything you guys have to say
Basically been a busy week, been in hospital for a day and been out a lot. However I've just landed a freelance job that seems awesome, designing characters for a roleplaying board game. It pays pretty well and shuld be good practice for presenting work more professionally.
So basically, we have,
Unfinished personal work
sample of some pencils
And here is all the conceptart related stuff, from today and yesterday, of course posted with permission. I'll link to the project they are for when moreinfo is avaliable. All still W.I.P
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