Zeker's Sketchbook
#1
Hello, I just joined here not too long ago. I couldn't quite find many places that had dedicated groups of people who wanted to improve altogether. I am still a student in training and I will be working myself up so that I can become a professional.

Since this is the first thread, I'm just going to post some of the works to show where I am currently at. 


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These are not entirely in the right order but you get the idea. 

I will post more in the upcoming future, and they're probably be more about studies rather than stuff like this.
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#2
I've been kind of stuck with figuring out how I'd go about making color comps for this.

Just gonna post some progress here anyway

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#3
All of your stuff looks really good! Such nice lighting and form!

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#4
Idk but for me it number 6 it the one with the most read to me if you want to put the emphasis on the character the other 5 just feel like they blend into there environnement.I would just probably decrease the read of the lower body as it not necessarly where you want the eye to go... and i think it would help to move the character forward if you see what i mean.

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#5
(07-09-2019, 12:50 AM)JosephCow Wrote: All of your stuff looks really good! Such nice lighting and form!

Ah, thank you!

I'm still trying to train myself until I can just paint more reliably.
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#6
(07-09-2019, 01:00 AM)darktiste Wrote: Idk but for me it number 6 it the one with the most read to me if you want to put the emphasis on the character the other 5 just feel like they blend into there environnement.I would just probably decrease the read of the lower body as it not necessarly where you want the eye to go... and i think it would help to move the character forward if you see what i mean.

Yeah, I did try to attempt to get a fade out with the lower half from the black and white versions of these, but I guess that didn't quite translate into color. I'll try to get a fix with some of them that I feel have a better chance than the others. 

Though I'm still not sure if it would be a value problem or a hue/saturation problem. I'll just test things out until I get an answer.
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#7
More work in progress stuff for this project

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Going with concept 4 from the top. Trying to expand upon the thumbnail.

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After refining the thumbnail I started to sculpt out the character with light. Still haven't really added any cast shadows, and the form shadows aren't quite done either. But I figured it'd be fun to upload the whole process while I'm at it. 

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#8
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Just a sketch 


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And a color study from today. Using gradient maps to get a black and white version of the objects as close to 
the photo as possible.
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#9
I've been constantly chipping away at this piece. Hopefully I can get it finished soon

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#10
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Still unfinished, more towards rendering this badboy
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