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Saturday, September 12, 2009

Critters In Progress

This is how I usually go about it... roughs, colours and stuff.



Image: Wikimedia

17 comments:

carl said...

Totally digging the design on the taller bird: the mask just makes it plain awesome. Thanks for sharing your process!

-carl
kidfrodo.com - my sketchblog

Amanda Horan said...

Excellent work ! I love the rough drawings.

Jon Hart said...

Awesome to see your rough gestures like that, and how it translates to the fine detailed drawings.

Keep up the inspiring work =)

Edward Ernest said...

I really love the character designs you have.I am working my way into the animation buisness. I was wondering if you can check out my blog when you have a chance and comment on my work.

Wa Master said...

Your works are amazing, your world inspirates me. Thank you.

A. Riabovitchev said...

I am sure you have a lot of fun to drow your creatures Florian!:o)
I also like the colour pallet!

ARI said...

Your characters and works are really beautiful and expresive. I love it.

Juampa said...

Very nice!!

The draw, the colours...everything is it´s right place!

cheers!

TURCIOS. said...

FANTASTIC!!!!!!!!!

Faboun'e said...

WHAT A WORK!!!!!!!

joonasjoonas said...

sweet!!! Do you always use such clear references for color palette? The results are amazing!

Felipe Domingos said...

Awesome work!!!

Adrian Lubbers said...

Florian, I can't keep up with the shear amount of artwork you do. Thank you for being such an inspiration to so many of us. I always lokk forward to coming here and you NEVER disappoint.

Jeff Solway said...

fantastic work!

Howard Shum said...

Nice process!

Nearchos said...

WOW!!!!!SUPER WORK!

Patrick Ballesteros said...

Thanks for showing how you choose your palette, nature always has a way of making things look nice.

Great stuff as always!