came off as a little rude or dismissive
jeeze we dont need to nitpick at everybodys posts i mean come on
jeez doesn't have an e at the end Rusty what are you a cock sucking faggot?
Just checking how well pixel art translates out on paper. It looks a little rough on the edges but that's mostly because I drew it out on the other side and flipped it to hide the grid, so it hasn't soaked through evenly.
What you quoted was a humorous observation on the format of his post I.E it looked like it was a poem at first glance. Don't see how you could twist that into something negative, especially with the funny smiley after it.
It's really nice, though.
Helpin out some friends on a game team, gonna make some effect animations for them. Whipped out some concepts to get my bearings on what i'm gonna do:
i absolutely love that and would love to see more
Compared to you guys this is nothing special but I draw these kind of pictures during my classes when I am distracted.
Those are about my ex-girlfriend. Makes me feel better drawing these.
Some random doodles.
Criticism is welcome.
Well I never took any classes in drawing nor did I ever learn how to correctly draw pictures. Most of my drawings just come naturally if I feel like it. To be honest I really love to draw those landscapes. But I will try to improve a bit and read some articles about drawing.
Warmin' up before I get into finishing something, and I like the idea of half-races so I drew a half-orc. I purposely gave him big forearms because half-orc.
It's actually somewhat funny, considering that I don't normally entertain the idea of stock fantasy races, but half-orcs/elves/whatevers amuse me. The other ones can all go fall into the cliche-pit, though, for all I care. I think that the concept of a person born in-between such hugely different cultures and peoples is equally interesting, inspiring, and sobering. Never to quite be able to fit in with either based on their inherited traits, but never quite able to shed themselves or one of the other for the same reason. Too violent, strong, and impulsive for humans; too contemplative, weak, and peaceful for Orcs.
junker|154 I was actually thinking skyrim the moment I saw the first picture, but what is that supposed to be?
What I probably should have done is given him a shorter neck.
I think it's best for me to leave these two questions here:
First i wanted to try digital drawing for a long time and im now going to buy a drawing tablet I will also use this to replace my mouse since sometimes my hand hurts from long editing sessions. I wanted to buy the "Wacom Bamboo Pen&Touch 2540dpi" it runs around 85 Euro's (110$) would this be a good decision or is it crap?
Also I wanted to know, what brushes do you guys use in photoshop to draw? The standard onces (if which?) or somekind of brush pack if so could I get a link to them.
I'm sure you guys can awnser these questions since there are some great artists out here.
You requested criticism so here are a couple of basics:
Get a sketchbook! I managed to sneak a sketchbook into the classroom almost every single day for a year and it's really just nicer to look at, less distracting to draw on plus the book form and paper quality means you won't be as likely to lose your work.
I really recommend you get some better pens. It's rather visible that the ones you are using now are cheap and bought with the intention to write notes, not draw art!
It will be a bit of an investment, but I recommend you get pens from either Faber Castell or Micron. I think you should practice a calmer sort of shading/filling, where the lines within each object are parallel rather than scribbled all over the place. I think this will be good enough for starters.
After we broke up I had to leave this beautiful place, the guy walking away is me. The wall outside is dirty and dark, the plants hang over the wall representing the remaining beauty like the gate. The gate is closed and I can't go back. Leaving me empty and covered in darkness.
Haven't posted anything in here for a while, but I feel like exhibiting something.
By no means a great piece, I'm happy to admit. Part of my Preproduction and Concept Art module on my course. I'm fairly happy with what I've achieved in it, but I feel it's missing something, especially in the foreground.
Any ideas are welcome and appreciated, and any suggestions to improve it are also appreciated.
I'm getting somewhere slowly, with my Art.
I did this over the course of like, a week, so it ended up fluctuating a lot. The better-looking ones are, generally, more recent. But anything that's off that everybody notices, I'd love to hear because I know I messed up in some areas repeatedly. I've made mental notes of everything that I noticed that I had trouble doing, and I'm workin' on those now, but it's always nice to hear what other people notice about stuff that I might not immediately.
I jumped around a lot and got fed up with a few of them (and still did them!) just maybe not as well as I could have.
Edit- These actually take a lot longer than I thought they would.
Love the expression sheet Martut.
Sorry again for the phone-camera quality, but I thought I would share my painting session today. We had a fantastic model come in for us, first painting we had about an hour, the second was ten minutes. Done in acrylic.
Edit: Jesus huge.
They're both lovely, I like the second one better though, the first one looks a bit oversaturated
and it looks like you laid the background down after the figure so the lady doesn't look like
she's part of the background.
That's a lot for 10 minutes of painting, I paint really slow in traditional mediums.
I mixed them on the spot.
And I agree about the first one, I was slowly working in more unsaturated tones when the instructor announced that we were stopping with that pose. The second one, I had a remarkable blast mixing colors and it came out much better.
I want to punch the pouty one in the face
So I think you're doing it right!
The drunk one should maybe have his mouth open a little bit. At the moment he looks arrogant/sly rather than drunk
I love wet in wet.
I love just getting into the zone, and I seem to be able to do that when I'm working really quickly with fast brush strokes.
I need to buy bulk paints so it doesn't matter so much if I waste a little. Then I'll feel comfortable going hard out
Third digital painting. Obviously still a WIP.