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Old 01-06-2010, 05:44 PM   #1
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Arrow sketchbook 2010..

Hi everyone,
here is my very first post in this forum. Hope to have a wonderful days ahead....

some work in progresses.....





and, the final look with details...




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Old 01-06-2010, 11:06 PM   #2
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I really like it! What did you use to make this?
 
Old 01-07-2010, 05:12 PM   #3
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Thanks man,
I used photoshop for this.
 
Old 03-11-2010, 11:30 AM   #4
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robo-ostrich

Here is my new painting,after a long time.....robo-ostrich
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Old 03-14-2010, 01:19 PM   #5
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hey wanderer

your first illustration feels very alive, the woman has a personality and vigor. pretty amazing.
my only suggestion would be to change de brush you're using. it seams to me very dirt and photoshop default, as i can see the repetitions of it's shape.

keep up. good work.
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Hi hamairon,
Thanks for ur suggestion. I also agree with you that if I could change the brushes, it would have been more graceful. I just tried customizing brushes in my won style.Can u suggest me few good brushes and the source for that?
 
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hum... i don't know where you can find good brushes. there are tons at the internet, but people seams to always use brushes as stamps [large images that doesn't have a fluidity setup...]

i make my own anyway. i think you could play with Photoshop's Brushes window and make one you feel comfortable with.

if you find good brushes at the internet i would also like to know where... =T
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I luv my daddy..

Here is my new concept....an old,rusty father robot and his loving baby robot,very fresh and glossy.both of them enjoying their company..
work in progress.....

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the baby robo update....
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hey wanderer99

your baby robot and color pallete reminded me of the Flash game Machinarium, which i think is great...

i just didn't get their pose. is it just a study to model in 3d? because i think that for an illustration it would be better to put them in some situation...

i liked the baby better =)
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Hi hamairon,
Thanks for your suggestion. I'm glad that you've liked it.Yah.. me too was thinking about keeping them in certain pose,but couldn't do that because I wanted to finish it asap to start something new. surely I will keep your points in mind next time.

finally it's done....
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started a new reference study..

just the wip...

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the final composition..

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