Im just a guy who likes to draw and wants to get better at it.
Any crits are appreciated!
This one would be great to render and put some more time into! I think it could look awesome if you did that!
Really nice! I like it!
You got some good ambition! Keep studying the fundamentals such as perspective and similar.
It takes as long as you allow it to take. I have only been drawing seriously since late 2010 when I got a tablet. I had never done any digital art at all before then.
You can easily become a pro in less then 2 year if you practice every day.
Nice artwork man!
I always wondered what happened to you after reading that sad blog post some months back. Glad to see everything turned out allright for you!
Nice one iQew!
I spy Gman!
Damn good work MR.Sugar!
I bursted into treats when I saw your latest update! Awesome work!
Looks real sweet! Nice work!
Indeed they had! =]
WOW! Amasing artwork!
Double post. Sorry.
Awesome to see a new update! Best of luck with everything!
Now, im gonna head to the Guard Duty page as well :D
NOW THAT! Thats what im talking about! AWESOME WORK!
Definitly your best concept so far! Looks very very good!
Useful links for aspiring concept artists.
Crimson Daggers study group:
Also, feel free to visit my sketchbook and post your own sketchbooks.
Maybe he's planning on cosplaying as Santa Claus and giving us Episode 3 for christmas? Santa Gabe!
Excellent artwork! Very inspiring!
Cool. Just wondering! :)
If you ever get one, be sure to let me know!
Hey. I was wondering if you got a user at conceptart.org? Maybe you got a sketchbook there?
Do what feels best for you.
Just try to do simple stuff first. It's always good to keep repeating the basics for a while. Do some pencil studies of photos or some pencil still lifes. That will teach you to render better with a pencil.
Also, keep studying things such as anatomy and perspective and similar.
It's good that you are so productive and dedicated, but you don't have to post absolutely everything you do.
Pick out a few really good sketches and spend more time on them instead of just posting a whole bunch of quick sketches. Take the chance to practice rendering with pencil and stuff like that.
Do landscape studies and apply them to your enviroments. Also, read up on perspective, horisontal lines and similar!