hello! this is my first post, so here are my assignments so far...
and this is the current assignment. i gave her angry eyes for fun:
i'm still not totally happy with it... i'm having such a hard time with the rocks! it seems like they need to be defined but when i try to define them i paint over the texture and they look flat and blurry. anyone have any rock painting tips?
Hi everyone, Here's what I've been doing lately. I've been painting the bodybuilder again but it's not finished yet. I had no problems with the second assignment. I don't know If the final result is good but I'm happy with it. The third assignment was a lot of fun but it took me hours to finish it.
Hello ladies and guys! I'm Riccardo from Italy, one of the new students of Bobby's course!
Yesterday I took my first class, and painted until half past midnight, local time! I ended up exausted, but during the week I don't have much time for extra-work painting, so I took my chance on Sunday, and the muscled dude up here is what I managed to do for my assignment!
Lot to improve, so please don't be shy, critiques and comments are welcome!
P. s.: well, if you really want to be shy, then be it.
P. p. s.: this evening I'm having a lot of troubles with uploading images on Blogger... Maybe I won't be able to post my work!
Hi there! This is a little snail i painted for a flyerdesign of a beneficial house party to save an old house, that needs to be rebuild. The spaces on the top and bottom were filled with text. have fun!
Since doing the course I entered a competition to design animals based on a description in the brief the prize was 10 000 and a chance to design all 70 monsters for the "monster manual" I didn't win but I think I was in with a chance thanks to Bobby ^_^
I'd love to know what you guys think of my final designs
Hi there! This is my first Blog ever and i hope i'm allowed to post this pic. This is my result from schoolism's Lesson No. 4! I think this turned out pretty good. Got no critique for it just yet. But i'm really happy. Thanks to Bobby Chiu for the wonderful template.
This is my Walnocerus! I don't know if it's appropriate or not to post work now that I'm finished with the class, but this is one of the first things I've done since Bobby Chiu's class wrapped up, and I just wanted to share it here. I'm pretty happy with the final product.
Hey Everyone, Matt did us the favor of breaking the ice, so let's back him up with some intros!
My name's Ian, and I'm a 3D Character Modeler in Oakland, CA. Learning to paint to build on drawing and storytelling, as well as to develop a better eye for light. Bobby's very cool piece got my attention in the Totoro Forest Project (heyyyy... after Textures 1 we sort of know how he did that!), so it's great to be a part of his class.
Would love to see this site turn into a critique area for In-Progress work leading up to each deadline; we could all learn a lot adding that experience.
Bobby reviewed my take on Flex and offered a very helpful critique: I got caught up with brushes and transitions and lost track of the bigger forms. Also pushed the contrast a bit too far, but hey, lesson learned.
...and this is what I've done since the Sun last saw me:
Click to enlarge. Bobby Chiu's original base-coat for his piece "Kangamolebunny" is on the right, the left my work for the assignment. I'm completely exhausted now, thank you and good night. Oh, but wait, tomorrow is lesson 5. I'm loving this, don't take this as complaining. But good lord, its intense.