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09 September 2009, 11:14 AM
Hey posting some sketches i did.
I'm a student 3D arts still learning a lot and trying new techniques.
Suggestions and critics are more than welkcome

09 September 2009, 11:17 AM
A skull that I had to design for concept art class.
Quiet happy with the result,

crits welcome.

10 October 2009, 03:38 PM
Painting for school (WIP)

Remake the "Three monkey" artwork but with business men.

It took me hours painting this thing :/ i think i need to work on my painting speed.

also looking for ways to get more texture in the skin and suit.

10 October 2009, 06:26 PM
Today we did some FastSketching with a wacom.
It was fun and like te result.

The time for one pose was around 3-5 minutes.

11 November 2009, 12:58 PM
assignment for school: "21 DAYS", (one sketch a day of person in environment)

11 November 2009, 06:50 PM
Our new assignment.

Creating a Centaur. But instead of a half man, half horse you need to pick another animal.
Also make it fit in the world of "Juna_Gimenez" ( a very talented concept artist who has created a sci-fi world combined with a mid-evil style, be sure to google him)

this assignment is really awesome we have one week to complete him (one render on A3-paper)

I picked an Panda, it sounded like a cool idea because you can combine it with chinese religion and mythology. And pandas are just cool

Image below is the current brainstorming that i did today. My workflow, finding reference, combining this to a few thumbnails, after that combining the best parts to one sketch where i add a little more detail. during this process i can start to think about the overall silhouette and final composition.

Here is the current progress:

11 November 2009, 04:58 PM
final render of the centaur panda.

starting to improve :)

11 November 2009, 03:49 AM
I'm also learning some 3d modelling and animation, hehe it's really hard for me.
Anyways, I really like the last concept, the Panda Samurai. It looks cool.
I also like the "21 days" assignment, very interesting.
I think, you should work more on anatomy. This is specially noticeable in your business men picture, the arms are too thin. As well you should work more on the wrinkles of the suit, they look very unnatural at the moment.

12 December 2009, 08:56 AM
@voodoo-mama: thanks for the feedback! Yeah anatomy is hard :/ 3d is hard...and i wished i had more time to train myself in drawing and 3d and animation and scripting...there is too much to learn...frustrates me :D

some environment training.
We needed to recompose some environment images. Replace all the elements and had to make a image with "tension", "relax" and "guiding to a spot"

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