Here is a new piece I did for my upcoming show in September.
Here is a new piece I did for my upcoming show in September.
Last edited by Samuel Gray; August 10th, 2011 at 01:40 AM.
These are mighty pictures! Can you tell where you drew the charcoal, acrylic paint, and spray paint in the 2nd one? I'm curious. BTW, the first one is incredible!! you did it with just charcoal?
The surface I used for the big charcoals was fake flooring pre-rolled. linoleum. You can go to any local home depot and buy them in varying sizes. The back surface is what you put your image on. All I used on the first one was regular chunks of charcoal. The second I used spray paint and acrylic paint as well.
Here are some more shots of the two.
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Did this Godfather in charcoal. Around 15 hours I think on and off throughout a week. 6X8 feet.
Another 6X8 ft. piece I did in charcoal, acrylic paint, and spray paint. The child I used as reference and the rest was me. Took a little longer than the Godfather.
A study I did as a Junior in highschool with a photo reference. I know he seems a little short but I was proud of it at the time.
Here is a piece with subject "World of Chaos" I used different components and made up whatever I could think or see.
Here are a few digital paintings I did of some people by request.
Brush Test of M@'s brushes.
A horrible picture, but a still life study of some eggs on a stand with a piece of cloth. Took around 8 Hours I think?
Here is a still life study I did in my room the other night with some apples and an orange. Around 5 or 6 hours.
Some figure drawings of my class mates in figure drawing. I never feel like modeling =X
I will come back with more! thanks
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Here is a graffiti application drawing I did on facebook.
Last edited by Samuel Gray; August 10th, 2011 at 01:43 AM.
A quick sketch of some doctor.
WOW! Those charcoal drawings were very nice! Keep drawing!
I'm only 15 and would like some comments/critiques/tips so CHECK OUT MY SKETCHBOOK! Please =] http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=117399
some guy i found in a magazine: graphite
jessica simpson graphite
A pen I did to study one of our fellow member's art. I dont know how to make his name out but he is known as the triangle guy.
Your doing good. Keep up the life drawing studies to help with those odd places with proportions, such as the feet and hands.
Thanks cookiedemon your right. The thing is, I usually do those last... So when my instructor says done I freak out and just scribble them in sometimes... I have like 40 more figure sketches Ill need to photograph tomorrow and put up. Thanks for the comments ItalianHorse and Cookie and Rolo. Much appreciated.
lilnebo - haha i am no way near being a pro, but thanks for the encouragement.
here is a little something
a work in progress, layout. i am actually going to cut out everything and leave the man and just a cup to drink.
my original idea was: like a view of a dude at a card table, with his hands over his face. he is wearing a tux with the tie un-done and looks all haggard and tired and shit, with like a few empty martini glasses next to him ,like hes been gambling all night and lost all his money. i was thinking having him at a blackjack table where you can see him and the table and everyhting else is black, except for a spot light on him and around him and his part of the table
here is an idea of what i was thinking
hey man nice book!
you obviously got a great talent for drawing, especially from ref
i would keep hittin those figure studies because it seems it is one of your weaker points, your rendering skills are pretty amazing obviously so i would just work on drawing, line and proportions, just seeing what you can get without rendering because thats the easy part
keep updating man, this is a real nice book
nice stuff. really like your ref. stuff (especially those huge charcoal ones) i would put more emphasis on figure studies though because it looks like you need some work on that, it will help improve your non ref. drawings. keep it up.
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Dadushin and thesadpencil thanks for the comments. Throughout highschool I never got to do figure studies until this semester (second semester as a freshman) in college. My figure drawing class is the hardest art class I have done. I am definitely learning as I try to draw from real life each day.
I just got back from class and we were focusing on the head.
Each of these were done in 45 minutes with a model.
This was done on some good quality paper.
This was done on newsprint... it was so hard.
And here is a fun sketch I did. The girl holding up her sweater was drawn from another member who I forgot drawing. I thought It was fun to add an "apple" theme to it because I had to draw a still life with some fruit.
Thanks for the comment Glory. I saw your sketchbook and its coming along nicely. Glad to see someone your age growing this fast.
I had a little more fun with the old doctor.
You did all of those digital sketch images in 15 min? you mean 15 each correct? haha
The referenced stuff is fantastic, it must have been so fun to make such large studies! I hope to do that myself one day. Some of the digitals from reference, particularily earlier on were great, but I feel that some of the knowledge isnt being carried over to your imagination work (the first image in #12 has very noticable proportional problems) - just keep on practicing! Oh the facebook ap. one was very neat I must say!
Haha jakers.. each ok? Thanks for the comment. That #12 was a reallly quick one but you are totally right about the proportions.
Here are some sketches and recent works yoz!
trying to render a tattoo for a friend.
some fun in a computer art class, just messing around.
a quick hard guy.
a speed painting to brighten up my day.
fartin around drawing stuff in my room.
a reference used from the photograph section.
a boat rottin away.
lookin out a window.
speed painting of a picture i took at gulf shores. so pumped about going again this spring break.
some quick pots.
learning new layer techniques.
some quick mountains.
and here is some highschool stuff. i got permission from the national geographic photographer of the afghan girl.
an eye study...
and the walkthrough...
a pencil (horrible picture) of a cgtalk.org artist wayyyy back. i cant find him to credit. but it was really fun to do. highschool
a portrait study with reference in highschool.
something i never finished, cant find it. =X
road to fire.
an acrylic i was working on last semester.. the finished i didn't really care for.
a self portrait, took around 45 minutes. done in permanent markers.
a self portrait used reference, took around 2 hours. charcoal.
a color study in 2d class last semester.
self portrait and me as a baby. references used...
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Looking good sir! Practice is the key. Have you studied Loomis or Bridgman books before? They have helped me a ton in things that I could not learn on my own.
Cool work man keep up the good work...one thing you work with corel painter X right?
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Matt I haven't. I will look into their stuff though.
Amir I use photoshopcs2. Thanks.
Here is a self portrait - 20 minutes.
my eye, but its not really green.
the marlon brando painting a ways up is amazingly large, so i scrolled all the way down the page to psot the reply and i was bombarded by even cool more stuff. thanks.
Recent figure drawing stuff...
I am using a compressed charcoal stick and a regular charcoal pencil.
Hopefully I can get some comments and what I should work on! Thanks
3 & 7m
Hey dude! Thanks for commenting on my sb! This is jammed packed with lot of cool stuff. I didn't think you had this much. Keep going to the live drawing session and read up on Vilppu to see how he works in live drawing. There are a few demos of his at his website. http://www.vilppustudio.com/
The digital studies are the bomb. I need to do more myself. I like that you take references randomly that you enjoy and make good finished art out of them. You explore mediums too, I think it just makes you more of a well rounded artist that way.
The apple still life, Simpson, and the eye digital study are all favs of mine.
Continue your journey!
Matsign I appreciate the post. I will check out those demos sometime. I took a glance and they seem kind of expensive but I will check it out.
Your right about taking random photos that please me. I tend to do that sometimes haha.
L0stinth0ughts thanks man!
Here are a few figure sketches I did in class the other day.
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