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Postby lilla » Fri May 19, 2017 10:35 pm

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Subject title: Lilla's Sketchbook

Fergato wrote:Oh my chet! Very nice paintings and designs my dear Lilla.
My I suggest you to bring down kid's head size a bit?
UFF yes, thank you for spotting it! :D Kids' anatomy seems hard... It looked all broken to me but I couldn't figure out what it was... thank you for the feedback Fergato! :)

Ragamuffin wrote:I love looking at your character thumbnails and iterations! Great work as always
Thank you so much! :D It's one of my favourite things to look at in other people's work too!

I'm trying to make up my mind to only focus on character, especially costumes I guess when doing anything else but studies... It was always my favourite thing to do anyway :)
life study with shapes 5.jpg
10 servants 1.jpg
11 servants 2.jpg
12 servants color.jpg
13 Turkish merchants.jpg
1 atrasko hairs.jpg
2 atrasko hairs variations.jpg
3 atrasko hairs values.jpg
4 atrasko face paint.jpg
5 atrasko outfits.jpg
atrasko outfits variations.jpg

 

Postby Oli » Fri May 19, 2017 11:18 pm

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if you want to go more into figure drawing, take your time when doing studies. The woman in nude looks ok, but there are some joints that seem dislocated. E.g. the shoulder girdle needs some more work and maybe you want to examine the ref a bit closer.

The designs look cool!
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Postby lilla » Fri Jun 09, 2017 1:01 pm

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Oli wrote:if you want to go more into figure drawing, take your time when doing studies. The woman in nude looks ok, but there are some joints that seem dislocated. E.g. the shoulder girdle needs some more work and maybe you want to examine the ref a bit closer.

The designs look cool!

Thank you! True, I'm impatient when it comes to measuring proportions and figuring out angles, it's something I will have to tackle... Thanks for the feedback!

It's been a while... .-.

AT thumbs.jpg
AT THUMBS 2.jpg
7 cloak.jpg
8 front back.jpg
20170605_113041.jpg
9 head sketches.jpg
10 centaur body types.jpg
cantaur outfit.jpg
PORTRAIT.jpg
painting copy.JPG
tent.jpg
drink redraw.jpg
nude study colour.jpg

 

Postby XFlameR » Sat Jun 10, 2017 3:46 am

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woah holy mother of....
you learned a lot Lilla, damn you made a big progress imho.
All these paintings and silhouettes. just mind blowing.
Btw what would be your specific theme for these character tho? I mean do you have a specific project for them?

 

Postby Steeliebob » Sat Jun 10, 2017 1:01 pm

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Nice, I like the range of colors in the last one a lot.
Also the designing of the american Indian girl. Very cool!

 

Postby DRaff210 » Mon Jun 26, 2017 5:01 pm

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Awesome character designs; I'm a sucker for adding horns onto things and people. :D

Also, the colors in that last figure painting, with the way you used pinks and purples, are absolutely stunning.

 

Postby lilla » Fri Jun 30, 2017 11:25 pm

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XFlameR wrote:woah holy mother of....
you learned a lot Lilla, damn you made a big progress imho.
All these paintings and silhouettes. just mind blowing.
Btw what would be your specific theme for these character tho? I mean do you have a specific project for them?

Oh man, thank you so much!! :) Humm, yes and no, at the time I was thinking of doing some designs for The Neverending Story, based on the book, but I kind of dropped it again xD But ye, those last two characters were for that, I'm just trying to get a consistent amount of character designs done :)


Steeliebob wrote:Nice, I like the range of colors in the last one a lot.
Also the designing of the american Indian girl. Very cool!

Thank you! ^-^ It's... it's a boy, but you're not the first one to think it's a girl... making a young guy is hard... with long hair... and... sort of feminine clothes... sigh

DRaff210 wrote:Awesome character designs; I'm a sucker for adding horns onto things and people. :D

Also, the colors in that last figure painting, with the way you used pinks and purples, are absolutely stunning.

Thanks a lot! :3 yay for horns!! they make everything look better :D

Agh, I've been in a posting hiatus again... but... I did do stuffs still!
painting.jpg
study 2.jpg
storyboard.jpg
storyboard rendered out.jpg
africanish elf.jpg
env1.jpg
zombie guy faces.jpg
zombie guy values.jpg

And current WIP:
ZOMBIES.jpg

 

Postby Joyce-Art » Thu Jul 06, 2017 12:33 pm

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I really love the style of your recent portraits

 

Postby Wyntry » Fri Jul 07, 2017 3:11 am

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Those environments are portraits are awesome. Also love your storyboard. Any tips for doing them better? I'm really trying to get nicer thumnail quality in mine...but it takes forever...and i end up not really getting the full effect.
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