These are 30 min speed paintings done for the daily spitpaint group on facebook :)
Modern viking boat
These were 10 minutes poses, trying to paint a model in that span of time was very challenging and enjoyable, definitely worth trying.
more about Caricature Korea here : https://www.facebook.com/CaricatureKorea
Also if you like caricature check out Ideo's page : https://www.facebook.com/ArtOfIdeo
Last work I did for the smartphone/tablet card game Galaxy Saga, made by Applibot.
Each character gets 2 illustration, one standard, one advanced.
The Ash Clan of Wisdom
Eva and her Gunbike
With a few process pictures!^^
The last post with my work on Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon : Future Soldier, done at Ubisoft Paris. Glad I can finally show all this.
copyright Ubisoft, all right reserved.
Hello folks, once again I found the time to take part in one of CGHub challenges. I think these challenges are a really good way to improve and try to come up with new ideas for designs or
refining/exploring new workflow. This time, it's a mix of sci-fi and piracy, Captain Pira-tess the space brigand.
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You may find the character description and other entries on the corresponding thread
I had just finished playing RAGE from id software before starting this challenge, and I have to admit their art direction had a pretty big influence on me.^^
Process pictures :
I tried a different approach for painting, which is almost like 3d rendering/compositing process. It gave me a good base on top of which I repainted many details. I'm mostly happy with the
result, yet it takes quite more time and it feels too much technical to work that way, not as organic as the way I usually paint.
Who's evil? who's good?
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Feels good to go back to croquis sessions! Just 3 times so far, but I'll definitely keep going there, it's not much expensive and models are quite good. Even though I will not complain on the
young korean women that are posing there most of the time, I still think they could use a lot more variety in the selection of the models.
If you are in Seoul and want to know more : http://cafe.daum.net/artdh/5iPa/392
Posing times vary between 3/5/7/10 minutes, depending on the goodwill of the class leader at the beginning of each session. I think they have longer poses in other sessions, but we never had more
than 10 minutes in the saturday's classes. Which fortunately was enough for me to try some painting ; trying to get a decent picture with so little time was a really good experience, it pushed my
decision making and reactivity while drawing.
There is also plenty of good old pen/paper croquis, but no scanner.. I should take pictures of them and try to get something visible out of these with crazy levels and masking, only once the
laziness to do so will extinct. someday.
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