Thursday, April 17, 2008

I really don't know

urm... i've not got a whole lot to say about this. i did this for practise...well after i did that data colour i thought i needed it. i'd appreciate some feed back, and for those of you out there in the blogging world who art master colourist, i would love some tips.





before anyone asks i didn't do the street fighter part :)

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

im not an art critic but i love street fighter. i like the sketch. oh and i'll beat that guy. he don't look good but props on the sketch.

messytimbo said...

there only one guy i know that would challenge a drawing of guy playing street fighter. we need to set this match up! let me know where and when...and maybe some ideas of how? and i'll bring it

libra bear said...

I see a lot experimentation is happenin in my home town eh.... Nice posts Tim. My one crit and to tell you the truth I'm not sure if I'm accurate but the he doesnt seem very relaxed in terms of weight. Maybe he's knees are too high...It feels like he's not resting his arms on his legs. I Like the data drawing on the last post, do his whole body man. Take advantage of this amazing character.

Le Hornet said...

no doubt he will win sketch or reality. i am that guy... and yes i am back... 2 a month...

Nick said...

Dammit you stole my "Hey the streetfighter artwork is amazing but the rest is average" gag.

Really like the way you're colouring now Tim, looks great. And yes I'll be out on Tuesday.

George Cwirko-Godycki said...

thanks for commenting on my blog, i realy like the way you drew the hands on this drawing

Maarten Rijs said...

whoah i didnt know you were such a good pixel artist!

ha ha ha what a gag, just the 3rd one making it.

but seriously super good drawing. and i love the way you colored it.

RADICALBOULEVARD said...

Yo jimboff, thanks for the comments on my page, it has givin' the blog a booster jab it so needed! Talking of which, I think I'll see you tomorrow for project "Harrison Fraud".

P.s. I like the way you have coloured the character, it looks subtle and shows good use of tones to create weight.

EL GRANDE said...

Cool idea. I really like the last few images you've thrown down. You're always going in such bold directions.

NO FEAR!
Joe y Elio

David Beer said...

hey hey, respect buddy! looking good!

Daniel M.C. Alvite said...

great coloures, it raslly alive....i like the brush you used,,,

Joseph Lee said...

Just keep what you're doin' man! Good stuff!

C. G. Leow said...

Hi. Thanks for your comment! I wish you all the best in your animation journey! You've got some real potential.

Alina Chau said...

V nice painting!! Totally capture a gamer's personality!

Maarten Rijs said...

you were NOT talking about the turtles?? so who are these michelangelo and leonardo then? :):) hahaha

thanks for cheering me up dude. I guess the most important thing is that im trying my hardest to get better.

and yeah james baxter rocks. have you heard his interview on animation podcast?

Maarten Rijs said...

by the way any life drawing posts upcoming?

messytimbo said...

thanks you everyone for your comments!
wes thanks for the feedback (i can always count on you! :) )
i know there something wrong with the way he looks, like his legs and arms are too big. i think his face or his head looks boy'ish but his body look adult, that might be whats wrong.

maartin i'll post some life drawing tomorrow night! and i'll do a sketch dump agian this week as well. i've had a pretty unpreductive week, and i hate being like that so i'm gonna sort my act out, i promise!