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#22
My head is a mess, so I'm trying AT LEAST to finish all the assignments for the Sam Nielson's Lighting for Story and Concept Art course. Starting over again using another drawing ;p here my approach was the "coloring book" one. Next one will be "values first" method.



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#23
I'm happier now


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#24
Underlighting process + some crap in air


weeeeeeeeeee

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#25
Aaaaannnddd finally the last one. Emergent process this time. Kinda eh



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#26
The straight up sketch version of the Red Cardinal? is pretty cool all by itself. I do like the blue/red version of it as well. The last one kind of lost all color due to the sunset environment background lighting/mood. I do feel you also lost a bit of that grainy painterly brush feel you had going in some areas like with the sketch/blue/b&w versions like on the tree branches and outlines. Overall some nice work.

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#27
@Dennis Thanks a lot for your feedback! Yeah, in the last one I thought to paint it as a white bird, but I feel I failed miserably =P

This time I'd like to show you guys some thumbnail ideas I've been thinking for a portfolio piece. Not sure if it's working, though. The theme is something like "sneaky woman who wants something it was stolen/hidden/etc", maybe in a egyptian setting. I dunno, whaddya think?



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#28
Hey there! It's been awhile, huh

I've been doing some stuff here and there, like a portrait series made primarily for my instagram. Here's the last ones:





This is older e incomplete, but I'd like to share it anyway



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#29
Started this today and I'm kinda optimistic. Still not sure who I'll put in the scene though



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#30
Those constructional studies are definitely going to push your work on a further level keep it up :) The bird looks cool. Did you like the course by Sam Nielson, would you recommend it? :)

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#31
@neopatogen Thanks a lot! I'm really glad to read this, hehe! And yes, I love Nielson's approach to teach! Straight to the point, wonderful examples of his work, generally pretty easy to follow.... he really knows the subject. I recommend both of his courses, but "Lighting for Story and Concept Art" is special to me <3 need finish it

Some progress!

Still don't know who include, lol



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#32
Here we go again



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#33
Just finished this shit, hurray! Now let's do the week 2's



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#34
I really like the cut out thumbs assignment. They always look so easy to do, but are so damn difficult in the end :P good job with those!
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#35
@AngeliquevdMee totally agree! it took me ~4 days to finish it because of this =P sometimes it's really painful, hahaha

Tried to do some originals this time. Didn't like it much, hopefully I'll get better after Sulamoon's mentorship <3 january I'll fight yooouuu



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#36
"First" time I do a serious concept art for an illustration, more specifically to a promotional card game art. But since it's a fake job proposed by a facebook group, I think it's okay to share it here :P now I'm waiting for the 'mr. client' feedback to proceed in the project.

Dude, that was really REALLY tough. Here's the final:



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#37
Stuff I did to Sulicious, I mean, Sulamoon's mentorship. Yep, I love her, hehehe <3





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#38
Last thing I did. Painful as fuck tho ಠ_ಠ
Final sketch, silhouettes, color comps, and lighting/mood


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#39
Moar stuff to Sulão's mentorship!



Some WIP I have to finish this week >_>


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#40


Exploring some clothing design to my newest illustration


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