Thx for looking!!
Thx for looking!!
Last edited by Kfeeras; October 10th, 2009 at 03:39 PM.
These are Sketches made in my favourite coffee-shop. It's so cool to draw there. You gotta be quick there.. :-P
The last two ones are digital caricature experiments after watching too much Joe Bluhm..
thx for lookin!!
Last edited by Kfeeras; August 24th, 2008 at 09:24 PM.
Another Starbucks Lifesketch from today, my Hand and a girl. After messin around with my Wacom for months and seeing Wes' pencil rendering in his SB i decided to spend my time with my pencil rather than stylus... so, if anyone knows good exercises and tips for pencil-rendering.. don't be afraid to share ;-)
Hey Kfeeras thanks for visiting my sketchbook! I am glad that you liked my stuff!
About your question though I don't really have an appropriate answer. I am kind of lazy so most of the time I just drew some random stuff and I thought it woks. But than came a period with no decent progress at all. Being lazy for a bit more time one day(before 2-3 months) I decided to force my lazy self to draw something challenging every day. It was hard because despite my laziness I am kind of inpatient. But with a little practice I began to focus on my work more and more and discovered that patience and concentration are vital. I also rediscovered the joy of drawing through my barbarian methods for improvement haha. I don't really know how but it worked. So my advice is to look at your stuff and see for yourself what more do you want to achieve. What is missing. Than grab the pencil or whatever you like and try to make it happen. Use reference and explore the works of your favorite artists. When you don't know what to do just grab an anatomy book and make some studies. It is kind of refreshing for me. And I have to say that the first 3 sketches in your sb have a pretty dynamic feel to them. Keep making those they help a lot and look great. Hope I was helpful.
Yes indeed thx alot!!
Those coffee shop sketches are love, especially the first three.
Thought i'd put a few SP's here from my 100 SP-"project"
Cool start. Try to see the shapes underneath, not just the edges of them on the surface (i.e, the lines.) Although, it's a good idea to practice breaking out of them with countour line drawings and such.
nice sp bud, just need a few more anatomy studies and your on your way. i also like the girl sketch, nice nude, like to see some shading on that one. over all you got a pretty cool sketchbook here, ill keep dropping lines in this sketchbook.
Dude, awesome sketchbook! Lovin the SP's. How long did it take you to do 100 of those? Anatomy studies are always welcome. =P Keep drawing man!
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NIce portraits! good job!
@eminkey: i'll pit this to heart thanx for the line!!!
@l0stinth0ughts: thx for dropping a line. I'm going to do and post new anatomy studies, i did a lot a year ago with this riven phoenix course, but if you don't keep up you forget those things
@horsey: thx!! it took me aroung 110 days, i was going to do one evey day but i wanted to put in more work than an hour in a few of these so it took me a little longer. also thhat last one took around 6 hrs in 3 days. i did these to get used to digital painting.
@alvukovic: thanx mate!!
@atlantik: i'll do thanx!!
Nice stuff here - pretty good sketches just try practice adding more tones and values man!
Update after a loooong time... digitals from the past few days
Last edited by Kfeeras; May 19th, 2008 at 02:07 PM.
nice to see someone else into caricature!....keep up the good work
I really like that environment under the girl with no face on your previous previous post....real nice
@saurus: thx mate!!
Hey thanks for taking a look at my sketchbook,
you mean the Tauren Hunter with his pet? or the Paladin whos about to kick ass? or the mecha suit? the paladin and the tauren was drawn a year ago but i didn't felt good enough to color them because i wasn't that expreienced with Photoshop. now i think i'm going to give it a try
and i like your sketchbook! especially the prelast selfportrait great job on that! keep on drawing and drop by a second time if you feel like!
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Little Recent Sketch from head, practising pencil-rendering. i really love those chrome plates
Hey, your pencils are getting better! Just remember to think about the subject you are drawing in 3D, also, be careful to mmix rendering-styles, like hatching and tone. Of course that's not a rule, look at Koppas work, he is a master! In general, you should carefully analyse the rener-habits of your favorite artists and try to learn some technqie from them.
Anyways, thanks for stopping by my book, Ialso like what I see here
Bridgman Studies . These are really great to do, did them with a nearly dried out brushpen
It's neat to see how at first you were using a lot of guide structure lines but by the end, it's more so shapes.... it's neat to watch.
@faust: i checked out koppa, really interesting wild but cool hatching, thanx for the hint and the comment!
@original&gasphemer: thanx for the candy!!
This update is a Work in Progress, gotta add ripped stockings and work on everything all around, esp the lightning.
Thats one hour work so far
thx for lookin
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