Insane still life man, seriously coolio. Nice skele rider too!
hala-Thanks alot for the feed back hala yeah really do like to try and capture movement but it's tough. That piece was pretty time consuming.
Lyno-Hey Lyno doing well man. Trying to balance everything out in life right now social life and just future stuff. Your right about the hands though they need some more love.
[ste]- Thanks nice updates in your sketchbook aswell ste
Tides-Thanks man drew the armor to be honest cause I was lazy on doing more of a functional character.
AlexTooth-Thanks Alex yeah that still life was really interesting natural light is neat.
Time to get back on the grind wanna get back into posting more.
It's been a really long time since some real sketchbook stuffs been posted. Been getting into this drawing in straight ball point pen phase for my studies.
Kinda makes you think about what your gonna do before you do it more.
Still life was watching into the wild to so wrote some quote down.
Bridgeman hand studies
Last edited by Jamie Romoser; June 4th, 2011 at 01:29 PM.
Nice! I love the hands.
Here's my sketchbook!
Beautiful update man, i love the lines! would love to see more
wow these are beautiful. I love those hands SO much. Would you say using the ball point pen brought your line quality up to where it is now?
anyways , keep up the good work!
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Jamie, your ball point pen studies are pure awesomeness!
Is the ink of the pen erasable?
For the Bridgeman hand studies did you go through a rough stage or you just went straight in? If so, you re very fluid & clean with lines!! Splendid.
Hope you re doing good in Mexico!
All the best! love ya
Thanks everyone for dropping by and stating your mind pretty ecouraging
NailBiterMR- I would say for line quality it's just been about practice but I think it does help because you have to think more about the lines your going to put down.
Started a fresh sketchbook for just my own work and this ones gonna be for my sketches and studies
here is the link http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=222134
Last edited by Jamie Romoser; December 13th, 2011 at 05:51 PM.
Nice! looking at Bridgman.
give me crits...neeaaoooooowww
Robogabos sketchbook made me want to start sketching and experimenting more.
My other sketchbook I have going is for my imaginative work.
Here is some studies gonna try and post a sketch everyday even if it's bad need to make some healthy sketching habits again
a sketch a day keep the bad bugs at bay =)
little warm up piece from imagination today before I get into commission work.
Need to stop being lazy with my anatomy and figures and start studying them a ton again.
Last edited by Jamie Romoser; December 14th, 2011 at 02:02 PM.
Villpu and photo warm ups
Some warm ups from Aztec flowers sketchbook.
Experimented with some new brushes as well.
Gonna post everyday for personal deadline for me.
Bridgeman today. thinking of starting from page 1 and studying the whole thing again.
so many messy lines for some reason I rush a lot more on my line drawing digitally then traditionally.
Gotta slow down less drawing more thinking.
Namae- Thanks for the kind words
Maquette I've been tinkering with and some more Bridgeman studies today
Ariel9-aw why thanks Ariel good to see you still around.
but yeah I've been kinda messing around with sculpting want to pick up on a lot of clay and do a epic full figure.
I actually used that maquette to get kinda a feel for the light in my last commission illustration.
Hope all is going well Milan!
-rei from Evangelion
-some photos I took might use them for some refs for a new painting I have going.
Last edited by Jamie Romoser; May 1st, 2012 at 12:12 PM.
fudgeloaf- thanks for stopping by man
here are some loomis proportion studies. I'm more fond of Bridgeman but in Bridgemans books he didn't really go in depth about proportion like loomis does. I honestly struggled through this study hate drawing people in stiff boring poses. But overall was interesting learned some new stuff I think.
Last edited by Jamie Romoser; December 18th, 2011 at 02:53 PM.
rich4rt- thanks man
More Frazetta studies this one in oils this time! fked up alot of strokes did this in about 2 hours now only if I can do that with no refs and from imagination XD. Sorry about the glare.
brilliant stuff! that oil study looks very, very nice. great brushwork. and nice ballpoint studies in your sketchbooks! *****
ccsears' mentoring thread--Lesson 1. Pen and Ink, hatching
ccsears' mentoring thread--Lesson 2. Reilly's Head Abstraction Notes & Discussion
some threads i've been following and some people i met along the way:
Tensai *** Mike Butkus' SB *** Bhanu *** Wanimal *** AztcFireFlwr
I dig your frazetta studies. Can't go wrong there.
Scetchbook: View the exhibitionist's stuff.
ven- yeah Frazettas been such an influence on my work. Haha every time I feel like not drawing can just take a look at Frazetta and man get into a different world.
ccsears- Thanks Chris really been trying to think about every stroke. Looking forward to seeing the brews you got in your sketchbook!
George Abraham-thanks for droppin George Frazetta is a trip!
first life painting with the laptop haha want to do portraits of friends now.
was a quick pose maybe 30 minutes? not to sure will have to start keeping track of my time better.
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