Thursday, December 29, 2011

Minna's stuff

The first one was supposed to be the spider cavern, but I guess it became just a generic fantasy-swamp-speedpaint.. The other one was a study and also a gift for my mother for Christmas.

Skyrim has been fun but as soon as my vacation ends its time to start working again ;)

Minna




Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Vablo's Studyweek

Here are some studies (all from photoreference) I managed to do within the week, and once again I came to the conclusion that it is really useful... Damn those colors, really hard to get them right but I guess it's just a matter of practice.

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Beware of the newcomer! Fishfruit and other stuff.


Hello, first time posting here. I have tried to catch up with everyone on the weekly themes, but time flows a bit too fast for me, who joined the party on week theme #4. Anyway, here's my version of the fishfruit, and something I'm working on my own right now; a deep sea cruiser designed to look like a giant sea turtle! Any critics are welcome, since I'm not still a newbie.

And Vablo, you're drawing skills are so OP. :)








Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Weekly Theme #6: Devious Pale Prostitute & #7: Chamber of Embalmed Spiders

Hello everyone. Trying to catch the "Weekly Theme"-train which is moving forward in quite a fast pace. First a couple of enviro practices, and after that some harem-kinda girl interpretation + a narrative picture of it, the waist is too wide I think in the sketches... Also some doodling for the Spider Chamber, this seems like a corridor or something, probably going to work more on that.

Comments and critique are very welcome as always. :)

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Cave


Its a real FIRST TIMER: first post, first digital paint. Well no trace of spiders but it should show a cave...
Help me with comments pls!
thx
SAB

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Thumbnail work in progress

I was thumbnailing random stuff to jump start my brain. Then came this:



I'd like to work on it further, although I want to keep it loose and not obsess over little details.