Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Pandit

13 comments:

Charles Valsechi III said...

Hey, I saw you left a comment on sketchwhich about wanting a bit of critique and comments. I would advise drawing more from life. Outside of that personally I see concept art as more than dressing up characters to look a certain way. Most of your characters appear just dressed up and don't convey that they are apart of a story or have any history. Drawing from life is going to help a lot.

A. Riabovitchev said...

Great stuff!Keep posting!:o)
Thanks for your comment mate!

Damion009 said...

i love you ideas... you have a great style! I'll email you my advice!

Art Fan Ako said...

Wow, what a warrior! Listen to Damion. He's good too!

Jackson said...

Hi Narender. I totally agree with what Charles had mentioned about drawing from life. The key to become a great drawer is too draw a lot! Keep a sketchbook at all times and don't be afraid to make bad sketches. Draw anything that interests you. Be fearless and know that the good stuff is coming around the corner. You have some great work here, now keep it going!

Mahesh said...

Excellent drawings and models..
Thank you for your commends.

John-Paul Balmet said...

Narender,

It seems you have received good advice from the above posts. I would add that the best way for me to bring my concepts to life is to draw straight from my head initially. This gives me a free pass to be as strange and inventive as I can be without feeling trapped by reality or the reference I have in front of me.

The next VERY important step is to find both life and photographic reference to support my imaginary drawing. Be brutally honest with yourself about your imaginary drawing. Do you feel like there is something off about the pose of your character, their anatomy? The lighting? The color? Get the reference that will make that bit that bothers you better. If you can't find it online, then take a large mirror and pose it yourself. Perhaps you have to build a small model of it and light it with a desk lamp to get the lighting just right. Study your reference. Make copy drawings of them. That will clue you in on secrets that will help your final piece.

The last step is to take the reference and the studies you did, AND your imaginary drawing, and make a new, final drawing/painting that combines the things you learned from the reference and the passion and energy you put into your imaginary drawing. This is a method that had been handed down since the Renaissance, and it will give your work great authority!

Keep drawing and painting, and never lose your love of art!

jpforjohnpark said...

great work here, keep it up.

Micah Kaneshiro said...

Thanks for the comment! I'm a big fan of your character design work. I Look forward to seeing more.

Hans said...

Thanks for stopping by. You have some good looking concept designs here, keep 'em coming:)

-Hans

Antonio Santamaria said...

Fine pieces... continue working on that way ;-) and thanks for coming by my blog... ciao!

Marcelo Vignali said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog, and keep up the drawing.

delatorre said...

cool man keep creating!