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just though i d post some of my 2d work here, havent posted my stuff for a long time. Nothing really interesting or painted, but if you have time i would love some comments, thanks!
Famous Outlaw in Australia...mo' about him check http://ironoutlaw.com
random sketch of elf concept
character that i will be 3d modeling soon
heres another one of the ned kelly drawing!
that thing coming out of his torso is beer! which powers his arm and body...its a side view showing is exposed mecha part to refill fo mo beer :)
04-14-2002, 04:00 PM
oh i really like your first pic....i dunno why...i just love it....maybe because its in blue.....oh your style seems very interesting
oh and do you have a fetish for mechanical parts....lol anyway....i like this first one......you might wanna ink it??
04-14-2002, 06:01 PM
I think your work has potential but it has some problems: 1, It seems to be chaotis due to the use or lack of use of arcering/shadow stripes. This gives the line work a messy feeling... 2. There is not much dept in it, the concept is cool but the picture seem really flat.
I hope you don't mind me saying this all?
Keep it coming!!
Yep, i'd have to agree with sangotten, you need to put more depth and shading onto them. They seem way too flat. Also take a look at your proportions, arms to legs to torso etc. I love the idea! No wonder the old bushmen gave him such a rap! I'd love to see some colour in these too.
Great stuff, I like it.:thumbsup:
04-14-2002, 08:46 PM
all i can say is, work on the poses, i see alot of dislocated body parts, nice concepts though,...
THANKS guys for the feedback!
Yeah..some people has said that i need to add more depth/colour and i currently trying to find my cging style thats easy and fast, as u can see on the first monster pic i did a little dodge and burn tek...and i need to get my hands on a wacom tablet :) ...and yep i ll work on the poses!
heres another pick of ned:
04-23-2002, 10:22 PM
some basic shadings
01-13-2006, 04:00 AM
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