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Old 17-04-2003, 09:05 PM   #1
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Default My recent drawings (warning: slight nudity)

Not sure if I should have posted these at the Member's Lounge cause they aren't 3d or maya related but here's my latest drawings... feedback appreciated... (might model some of these some day though...)




^ this is actually unfinished but since i won't see the live model again i'll leave it like that...
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Great work bud!
Would like to know what the second one means?
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Old 18-04-2003, 12:06 AM   #3
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The middle one is actually rotated 90 degrees anti-cloclwise on purpose... looked more interesting that way imo

If you rotate it 90 degs clockwise you can see a back of a torso and part of nefertiti's hat in front of it

It was a random shot taken from a random arrangement... sort of a light study...
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great stuff

damn...I can´t really draw so it will be hard to model something later with a bad sketch.
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Kbrown I like your work a lot.. I think 2d art is very relivent to 3d and maya, as most 3d comes out of 2d concept drawings.

To bad about the 3rd one not haveing her around for a live model. The drawing is has a very real feal to it, gess thats why they say to work with live models when you can. Would like some live models to draw my self... LOL
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EagleKing, take heart man. If my understanding is right, in most productions the concept artist dose the art, and thin hands the stuf off to the modelers, rigers, vfx artist.. etc....
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