People, who think they're more talented than they are, always say, "just a quick sketch," or "this is just something fun / random / I doodled." You spent an hour on this drawing. That isn't a "doodle," and you didn't "mess around," and it wasn't a "quick" hour. You're talented, but you are definitely not humble.
Humble yourself. You may be able to do better, but you didn't. This is what you did. Until you are able to do better, don't pretend you can.
XD see that is a nice theory.... but in practice, those who say something is a quick doodle usually mean it. they say it because they are used to work fast and work a lot, and due to high speed demand of their work, they rarely give more than 50 % of their maximum skills.
and you are right i am not humble. i am realistic. i know my skill level and recognize those superior to me, i worked hard for my skills, i worked my as off to get to the point where i can do this without any effort and mean it when i call it a doodle. i dont think i can do better, i know i can. i merely lack the free time to dedicate myself to things i am not paid to do
enjoy some of my quick doodles and tutorials on my youtube link in my signature
OMG! I saw this and just flipped! You did this in an hour? OmG.
I have a question for you if you don't mind answering?
I've been admiring your art work and I see you use Zbrush and Photoshop right? Well I wanted to ask. Do you think it would be easier or harder to create an entire comic with Zbrush modles. I was thinking it would be easier since you could make one modle and reuse them again in each scene, giving you a high quality picture without needing to redraw it, each time. (But you'd have to reposition it with another program or something right? Could you do that with peoples faces and detailed expression and such?)
I don't know, I'm very inexperienced but I have a long story I would like to make into a comic and I was wondering if that would be better for creating it. I'd love an artist like yourself's opion, seeing as the quality of your art is what I would like for my own. (like 8 years from now when I'm good enough to do it. ^_^ lol)
Thank you very much for sharing these amazing masterpeices, I'm not sure if/when Ravine will/has come out but I will definatly buy it. ^_^
(That...was kind of more than 1 question. LOL ^_^) Thank you very much.
definitely harder, the biggest problem in 3d is to create believable facial expressions, if they arent heavily referenced, models tend to get unrealistic auperfast.when drawn, a facial expression is a symbol on the paper, 3d render gives away any flaw and insecurity . so 3d is good for some things, but not so good for others
there are two problems i have with that. 1 i work on laptop, and that aint touching internet, too valuable files, and two.. well there is a certain texturing method im reluctant to show. it is something i have shared with onyly 2 people so far, and for now am trying to figure out if more people ar eusing it, or if they have made tutorials on it. if not i will probably make a full out tutorial