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04-13-2003, 08:40 PM
Good staff, delayed I to obtain to finish this work but, the penalty was valid. the much time was wanting to produce a Barbarian now was the alias process. I am a little tired in this week I will place in this topic some of the steps of this image I wait that they like because me it was valid many hours of sleep:D
HIG RESOLUTION(2800x1814 pixels) (http://www.danielching.com/folder/conanhigh.jpg)
I have an image of 4600x3000 pixels.... but half it would be complicated to place here :shrug:
That's awesome work CABRAMACHO! :thumbsup: :drool:
04-13-2003, 09:29 PM
hey there i dont reply that mutch but i have just got to say this is one off the best pieces of art i have seen around here
reminds me so much of the works by joe jusko and frazetta very very good :buttrock: :buttrock: :buttrock:
04-13-2003, 09:55 PM
WOW! AWESOME WORK!!! (Cabra-macho? lol)
04-13-2003, 10:31 PM
Debtor for the compliments.
SOLID Snake- my NICK(CABRAMACHO) is because of the game (couter-strike) it would be a funny term and derivative of the Bad-boy and,
WONDAHBOY- how much to cite these two masters obliged, and also taste very of the art of SIMON BISLEY :buttrock:
Tomorrow I will place some images and some with high resolution :thumbsup:
04-13-2003, 10:45 PM
looks great ... great use of colors but I´m not a guy that just constantly says wow (not a Fanboy like lildragon said on 3buzzradio today ;) )
The wolf hes wearing ... it doesnt seem to harmonat with the guy. It just seems a bit like hes pasted onto the guy with not alot of shadowvariation.
The second more disturbing thing is the right leg (from our point of view). The knee doesnt look bent at all and even if its not supposed to be bent the whole leg looks way to far back to even be attached to the body, its just to small in the back compared to the size of the leg at the front. I hope you know what I mean.
I still like the pic and it IS top but everybody always wants constructiv critisisme and I want to give it to. :)
04-13-2003, 11:01 PM
It is really I arranged a migraine, the perspective that I visualized was more or less complicated because the vision would be of low for top, and in this half time the legs had been strange, the times wanted that "it" was as if was one decrees and the ice had present more in its body, but were ja to one week in top of this image, my nerves were congealing, go to look at with attention tomorrow the legs and to see what this of wrong :thumbsup:
04-14-2003, 03:49 AM
04-14-2003, 03:58 AM
debtor again, today I will go to place the anatomical construction, therefore I was half in doubts on the behind leg, and in the sequence I will place the final image :thumbsup:
04-14-2003, 12:23 PM
I guys, yesterday I gave one looked at again in the image, the leg of tras I gave to a retouched a point of leaves it more "natural" and pra to have certainty that the anatomical construction this correct one, I made a drawing over the image, now am more relax with relation to my work, in the end I perceived that "IT" was half "statue" but what that is had to make? :shrug:
FINAL IMAGE LOW
FINAL IMAGE HIGH RESOLUTION (http://www.danielching.com/folder/conanhighf.jpg)
04-14-2003, 12:36 PM
This picture is great!I'll post here my vision of Conan.Do u want
04-14-2003, 12:57 PM
OF COURSE ....THAT YES :thumbsup:
04-14-2003, 06:25 PM
Excuse my way of speaking in English but i began to study it before 1 year!(U had to understand me!)
I'm not a pro artist but mine looks realistic.Your picture,too!
May be i have 10 years to catch you up with,but i'll listen every word from you where is my wrong and how to fix it.When i'm ready with my Conan the first thing i do is to send the picture here,but it will be drown with Pencils(Not colured).I'm a humble 17 years boy from Bulgaria and this is the best forum i've ever been.
04-16-2003, 03:26 AM
The colors and textures of this piece are very impressive. Amazing really.
My gripes are a few parts are a bit inorganic. Which is to say you may not built this from the skeleton out, or the techniques needed to make somthing look as if the sum of the parts add up. I hope that makes sense.. Points in question are the shoulders into neck and the hands.. The transition of the chest and shoulders into the neck looks a bit like his head was pasted on instead of natural. A way to remedy this perhaps would be to add some shadowing around the neck to make it look like it's back a bit more. With the perspective being somewhat from the ground up, the chest would be extended more on such a large dude to where it would cut off part of the neck from view... The back hand is somewhat caved-in along the outside right above the nuckles, and the fingers on the hand in front look swollen.
Anyways, great work! I'm completely envious of your coloring skills, and the composition is very appealing.
01-14-2006, 10:00 PM
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