This is just a sketch of a test I did for a game. I would love to have more projects like this. If you have a game project, let's talk about it!
about 1 year ago
Looking cool. I can already picture this live in my silly mind ;P
Wow, this is the best 3D Render I've seen since Nyan Cat.
I don't understand why people even bother to create sketches this realistic. I mean... does it help any more than a rough sketch? Just curious. Looks amazing!
¡Qué guapo! Se te da realmente bien la ilustración. ¿Tienes algún trabajo de sprites para un juego? ¿Personajes y cosas así?
Por cierto, ¿llegará este proyecto a desarrollarse finalmente?
If it took you longer than 5 minutes to do then it's not a sketch. Still nice though.
Beautiful, work. Digging the axe at the bottom.
I agree that its hardly a sketch,
but @Haziq Mir
Its much easier to remake the details later in illustrator because you know how its gonna look like. If you dont make them this detailed you have improvise on the small details ;)
@Diederik Eenschooten I agree, and its a good way if you want to improve your drawing skills. I usually do detailed sketches too.
@Haziq Mir This isn't that realistic :D
He just erased the guidelines [assuming he used any] and added a basic light source [to show form]. That's about normal. Some artists will do theirs in color, even, as a painting, but in this case he's done it on paper in black/white. Using paper and pencil usually means a more crisp and precise final product, although you sacrifice flexibility in color.
My sketches are always really sloppy, but that's because the sketching stage for me is more about color and form than it is about perspective [I'll be making a 3D model anyway]. For other artists like Roman, who trace/work heavily off of their sketches, it's a valuable investment to make them as precise and realistic as possible.
wow this looks good Román! Good job!
I'm like you man, I do tons of utilities, but never games. I NEED to do games!!!
about 1 month ago
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