What's up guys, I'm almost finishing this painting and would like some tips on the part of atmospheric lighting or something that can improve the texture and illumination of the ship. Comments on the design, composition and all other things are extremly welcome! Thank you all!
What would make this piece more interesting to look at? I've seen a lot of artists that make basic sketches and just somehow make them awesome to look at, and I'm wondering if I'm missing something.. Guh.
Round #380 Kaiju (Pacific Rim)
#380 Kaiju (Pacific Rim)
Hey folks! It's time to unleash the fury for this next round. Whether you have seen Pacific Rim or not, the film is full of gigantic monstrosities from the Anteverse. For this challenge, I want you to create your very own Kaiju! BUT, there is one rule to follow and that is you absolutely CANNOT use the existing Kaiju creatures from the film. They are:
When creating these huge beasts, there are things to keep in mind. First is scale. The largest Kaiju in Pacific Rim is Slattern weighing in at 6,750 tons and having a height of 596 ft. When creating your beasts, you must display their height and weight and they need to have one deadly function. Spitting acid, shooting claws etc. HAVE FUN!
Monday May 1st, 2017 10:00PM EST. SHARP!!!
Finals go here: =http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...68#post4024368
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Only 1 post per artist allowed! If necessary you may add questions in your post, if you need some last minute help, but actually the wip thread is the right place for this.
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A personal idea for studying
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This is a quick concept/sketch about children sensibility and breaking their ego with ignorant gestures. It feels a bit to controversial and I really could use some serious feedback. Also critique on composition would be great thx so far.
SO, I'm new in the forums, and i've been drawing seriously for around2.5-3 years, and i feel like A LOT of that time was wasted in nonsense, so i joined to start all over again.
so, this is my latest "progress check"
as of april 12 2017
in contrast to my previous one, in 2015:
so, after realizing how bad my DA account was back in december 2016: http://z4m97.deviantart.com/
i decided to start working specifically on fundamentals.
now (according to me) I'm not that bad at gesture, actually that is the only thing i actually did study when starting out,
so i tried to start working with structure more, focusing on the basic shapes and will start working on realism first to learn all the fundamentals to then apply them to my own styles (which i havent developed yet)
my question is: what do you feel is the best course of action? and what is the biggest problem in my overal work?
please be as direct as possible, i know more or less what my strengths are, but i need to know my mistakes better.
thanks for any feedback and i'll see you around :D
Needed to work on the blurry background.