2009 - SKETCH # 37
… so many great concepts (and - aah - your productivity … ) here,
its a pleasure to go through your sketchbook
thank you alena. looking forward to see more of your work too
btw. awesome portfolio!
2009 - SKETCH # 38
Simply a fantastic collection of work. I really enjoyed looking at them. Can i ask how you developed your talents? Are there any particular tutorials or books you used? One day i’d like to be able to draw concepts like this - the floating ship is quite amazing!
Cheers for sharing.
hello FluidEdge. thanx for the nice comment
tutorials and books will only show you how to do things and may improve your painting skills but ideas and concept are already in your head
my suggestion is; begin to draw, maybe here on DSF. draw often. at least 1-2 drawings a day. doesn’t have to be advanced. simple lines and doodles will do
meanwhile, look around the net for tutorials, speedpainting movies etc. all info you can find. if you have spare cash, check out Gnomonology and Massive Black. awesome tutorials
and finally, never ever give up. you’ll get the what’s-the-point-feeling at least once a week. don’t let it pull you down. i know i don’t and i have it 2-3 times a week
don’t wait, get started
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Your work is an inspiration to me, i would love to see some tutorials written by you.
Keep up the excellent drawing!!!
thanx a lot. your words are inspiration to me
i don’t feel i’m ready for writing any tutorials but i will try record something in the near future and throw it in here with the sketch
2009 - SKETCH # 45
Max, Photoshop, ~70mn
2009 - SKETCH # 46
Your city-world sketch is fantastic! Good job…
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