had some fun last night.
I really like a lot of the sketches on this page, especially the hare and the tortoise one. Keep it up, man.
Click the links, please! There's free booze, really.
I am going to be amazing! .
Marlo & Fullmetal-Animator: Thanks!
Went to the museum today to sketch some of the sculptures, it's been ages since I have drawn something 3-dimensional and it shows in my sketches, THEY SUCK!
Also bought some watercolors and gave it a try, messed up pretty bad.
This is a lesser post and won't happen again!
your traditional work its so awesome! i have a question do you do a sketch or "under drawing" when you do watercolours? i wanna start but im afraid im gonna suck too hard at it
I am the worst in keeping update-promises!
Lately I've been working alot on my artist-career, trying to get my name out, doing' collaborations with magazines, interviews, tele etc.
Skateboards are a really fun canvas, bit tricky, but satisfying when you pull it off.
Overall it's just some graffiti, aquarells or skateboards that I've done.
Enjoy and please leave some feedback!
my oh my whan an awesome update! so glad to see your pulling works, the skateboard with the lettering "Shed no Tears" its my favorite by far, great color and composition cant wait to see more finished stuff! make it happen ! and good luck getting into the scene im sure you will be able to do it
lionheartGFX Thnx dude!
I have been abusing this SB lately, npt uploading resized versions etc... Just dumping everything I got on it.
Time get everything togheter! From now on I promise to respect my sketchbook, upload files in a proper manner and be an active member of this community!
Wanted to share a couple pages out of my life-drawn sketchbook.
Last edited by Grafguy; December 13th, 2012 at 08:52 AM.
Thanks for dropping by my sketchbook! I really love some of your work in here (particularly the "Alpha" skateboard and the pink girl in post #490). You're probably a busy guy, but it'd be great to see you post more frequently.
Check out my sketchbook! Socially acceptable opportunity to yell at a teenage girl!
Great improvements! Hope your tee business goes well. I know its hard to get your name out there! Keep at it
keeptime: Thanks, I'll do my best
Ogirdor_P Thanks for the kind words of encouragement!
Last sunday I organized a sketch meet-up with a couple of other artists, had a lot of fun.
We mainly did live drawing, a friend of mine posed as model, we ended the evening with a sketch compo.
It's always awesome when you put a couple of creatives in one room and allow them to do what they do best!
(the 2nd sketch was made on the train, belgian trains aren't known for their bump-free rides)
Some really interesting work here, and certainly some good progression since you began! I'd probably agree with your own self-critique a couple of pages ago on the portraits / eyes. Just have to keep the life-drawing going, mate.
n1frit Thnx and YW
thegrayslayer I know, still working on it
Me,Myself & Me again THnx, although they span over a couple of years
Just finished another painting, had no idea what I wanted when I started and those are the best pieces in the end.
I wanted to go for a rough look, but ended up once again wanting to smoot all the surfaces out.
Yes, i could take it to the next level with decent finishing, but I got tired of it and had alot of fun foing it, was a while since I did some digital sci-fi Enjoy!
hell of an improvement man last page is awesomeee!
I think this last posting works.. okay in it's primary stages. I assume the coloured version is the latest, but it still looks unfinished to me. The feasibility of the weapon for example, the lack of form in the figure and generally poor execution of the rendering overall.
I won't go further, as I guess this was just a sketch. Just my 2 cents in an effort to help you improve.
Great sketchbook! I really enjoy your digital paintings, and your 3D models are very detailed! Also glad to see that someone else uses colored graphite in their sketches as well. Do you relegate certain stages of your process to a certain color (red for underdrawing, blue for details, etc.)?
If I was a skater my board will be in your hands in this moment. Your time away from CA sure brought you a really good improvement. So, like other said, even if you are busy on your work, try posting as much as you can. It's a please to look at your drawings.
"The fulfillment of oneself is achieved with victory over their challenges"
Lucarky Thanks I hope I can keep on pleasing you
TheGrayslayer: Thnx for the feedback! It is unfinished, I know most of my work is I will try to push myself to complete something and still keep that rough look in it.
David Lital: Graci! I just use red and blue randomly, sometimes I even use a yellow marker jjust for the heck of it, it gives the sketches something extra.
Just something new, couple live sketches. 1 of a statue, the bad ones are of people who came by my appartment and couldnt sit still.
The other image is a mock-up for a graffiti piece I made for a client.
Nice sketchbook here!
Also saw that you organise sketch meetings in Belgium (Ben ook van Belgïe). It's a shame that it's so far, I live in Limburg
Help me improve, critiques and criticism are welcome:
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