Re: Painter Doodles
on 11-05-2004 12:02 PM
I'd like to see you do some more perspective studies in these things, because you often get the most basic things wrong, and it takes away from the image as a whole (because it doesn't seem to be 'a style issue')
Not to say i doubt you COULD do it properly, it's just that you're apparantly not comfortable enough with it to be able to just wing it, and it seems as if it'd be an afterthought for you. Also, i love this last one for it's colours and textures, and it's quite succesfull as an experiment.
But yeah, it's as if you see everything as being quite flat, and it's the one thing i'd pursue further if i where you. Also, i think texturing plays a large part in it as well, because i know alot of texture artists who may be quite good at perspective, but manage to portray things rather 1-dimensional in Photoshop [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]