keep up the hard work
keep up the hard work
Sublimus: Thanks buddy, I'll look out for that in the future.
First is an oil still life from my painting class.
The next two are the final drawings for my life drawing class, the best ones i've done all semester i think.
Let me know what you think!
I dunno why but I like your style. I am real eager to see where this will go.
Scetchbook: View the exhibitionist's stuff.
Zaorr: Wow...thanks a lot
Here's a few more pages from my sketchbook, i've been busy with work and other projects and school starting back up so i haven't been able to do as much as i wanted to, but i will definitely start updating more.
The last one is a study for a plaster sculpture, the hands pretty big i know...
cool sketchbook you've going on here! You are definitely doing the right things! Try to do some more "in-depth" studies of the figures you draw, sometimes you seem to rush through things a bit. Also do some more bone and muscle studies, these will help you to see more when you draw from life.
Keep it up man!
posemaniacs studies work really well with the continuous line technique, forces ya to make spacial connections and judgments faster, so ya get more down. don't be afraid of making them really scruffy looking. some good faces further up, but maybe try some studies focusing on particular features, such as the nose, and maybe some lighting studies too, as shadow shapes really help nail down proportions at times. anyway, solid progress.
http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...99#post2372999 <- sketchbook...
http://woopatworks.blogspot.com/ <- Blog...
Wow really cool sketchbook!! I am surprised you thought mine was good, your life drawing's waaay better =) But you're but a spring chicken! I didn't know what I wanted to do til way later XD
Anyway keep up the practice, I would say posemaniacs helps me a lot, not just for figure stuff but for all drawing really, it's training me well!
Your digi stuff is coming on well, it's all just practice and learning and stuff, you're gonna do really well!
this last one is somehow scary!!... ;-)
You seem to draw from life, don't stop doing this!!! Its the best you can do. Love the lifedrawings and figure studies.
I really like your gesture drawing series below the skeleton drawing.
Always interesting to see this kind of work.
you have a tendency to dislocate the far shoulder in 3/4th shots, and allthough its possible you have been hanging around alot of people with shallow faces in their genetics... I think its probably safe to say your faces are reading a little shallow (think asian). Your work is pretty freakin solid dude, and amedaus was badass, I thus support your avitar fully. Also watch your spines when you are doing gesture drawings (not pose-maniacs) because they straighten out a bit more than looks natural sometimes and your legs are often different lengths to compensate for the rodspine syndrome. Once again, I do like the work, but if your in school right now, then you know as well as I do
a) you need to hear the negative
b) you hear enough positive in crit to last you three lifetimes-per-piece.
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