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Just thought I may as well stick some of these up here. basically just scribbled designs I've been toying with for my diy space marine chapter...
This is Dela Augustus, formerly of the Ultramarines Legion, 3rd Company, assigned as the Chapter master of my Ultramarines second founding chapter, the Dragons Blood.
...and the chapters current Ard Ri (Chapter Master), Gwalchmai MacBara, and his most trusted luietenant, Galmy MacMorna
Just a random sketch of a bolter marine...
A work in progress of a scout sergeant...
Some quick studies i did of various characters...
Some preliminary designs for Veteran Sergeant Liger...
and another wip, this one of one of my company champions, Corsac Gal
This is great work
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Quality work. You have, as they say in the hood, 'skillz'.
I'd like to see more of those scouts. They kind of look like a mix of special forces and ninja.
Nice to see 40K artwork executed in different styles, but of equal quality.
LO RulesOriginally Posted by AnonymousOriginally Posted by Cyric
Just chyming in my good opinion of your work as well. The poses look very natural and closely resemble the militaristic schemes and faces created by G.W. Excellent, excellent work. I'm looking forward to seeing more.
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Very nice work and I see you find drawing those damned shoulder plates as hard as I do. I think Ill make a scale one to use to help my work-no idea why they are so much trouble.
I especially like your faces- very cool.
I like your stuff alot. You can pull off a very detailed pic without alot of work.
Now, if only I could pull that off.
@Baldemyr: I must agree, the hardest part about drawing a space marine is those accursed shoulder pads. Do you have any suggestions to make it a little more bearable.
This is really great. I wish I could draw faces like you. I like the way your line weights are consistent but not too repetitive. Your shading is really great too.
You're very right though, those shoulder pads are evil, though I've started to get around it by drawing the model as it would be without them first, and then drawing them in later, because imo, without them, the proportions are at least vaguely reasonable and a bit easier to draw.
Cheers for all the kind words guys, as I say, I'll hopefully have some more pics to throw up here soon. I'm considering posting up some of the stuff I submitted for the GW Art Apprenticeship to get some feedback on.