nice life drawings and i really like this character here.
Hmmm .. je connais ces nus sympas !
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Keep up the good work !
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I like these. What is the duration of the poses? I have myself enjoyed the opportunities i have had to work from longer poses. Recently ive become more comfortable with drawing from photos which obviously allows one to draw indefinitely. I like the way you organize your values, that will certainly be helpful. I'd like to see you applying your knowledge to imagined drawings; the little i have seen from you shows some very cool ideas. Keep going and dont forget to have fun!
Hi jason and thank you for your comment... I draw on more longer poses now...maybe 20 minutes...but sometimes I have the feeling that draw quick constructives lines can be more efficient...a bit like this one
I need less than 5 minutes to draw it....
I have no real way to put values on my drawing, because they are quite tall so i begin on a part then i continue on another one...i try now to have simple values on very large parts from head to toes with a single value then i put a large shadow....I'm not sure if it's a good way, due to the fact there are no crosshatche to give the sense of volumes.
maybe is it just a different way to draw...?
I think it's quite hard to draw from photography because it's not as full of life as drawing from......... life...
But you're right.... with a ref drawings are always more interesting...
That's very nice. If approached it properly something like that could be refined to a beautiful finish without losing its vitality. By longer poses I actually meant in terms of hours. It never interested me much until i started doing it, but it's lots of fun. Yeah, I dont prefer drawing from photos either but thats not too bad either when you get used to it. It's good for when you need a reference or a subject that you cannot see in person. Keep up the good work!
Hi there! Thanks for commenting on my SB ^^
I don't have much advice to give because your drawings are really good! I LOVE your pencil drawings. Perhaps to mix things up a little? Use a little more creativity? I'm not totally sure what your artistic goals are, so my advice might not be too useful.
For your newest piece, keep in mind that in real life that objects reflect each other's colors! If you look at impressionist paintings you can see a more extreme version of how color theory works.
Keep up the good work! :]
letsgopangolin : you re right i looked some impressionists paintings in museum so it is what i try to do. The main problem i have is to draw quickly with PS as i saw on different tuts, so the way of drawing i d like to understand is for example the one of dave rapoza and i just discover a lot of tuts by him on youtube ))))
Hi man Great your doing life drawing, your line drawings are good but your rendering does not help the form. I'm not sure what the lighting situation is on your model hopefully its not soft annoying lighting but you want to try and just separate the lights and darks into two defined groups. http://drawpaintsculpt.com/wp-conten...ont-Page-1.jpg - See how this is split into 2 values at the start, light and shadow and looks solid because of this split. Only much later are all the midtones involved, this will have been a very long pose too.
So thats my main point, keep the light and dark very separate and you will see much more solid figures. Also your paper looks quite rough maybe try something smoother to keep the edge between shadow and light more defined.
hey man ur awesome thanks for the comment, diggin your life drawings keep it goin
Vu ton niveaux je n'ai pas vraiment mon mot a dire, mais sur les digitales je te conseillerai de continuer en noir et blanc avant de passer en couleur puisque les logiciels comme Photoshop sont assez capricieux sur les couleurs et sinon tu pourrais faire des études d'après photos ou modèles sur PS ca aide aussi a utiliser le nuancier de PS qui est vraiment pas très intuitif. En esperant que ca te soit utile.
SKETCHBOOK any crits are welcome
toujours raidosse le digital, j'avoue que je suis frustré en parti a cause du temps que j'y passe alors que certains mecs font des trucs qui arrachent en quinze fois moins de temps....bon sur le dernier je suis qd meme content, je trouve l'ombre projetée crédible et les subtilité de valeurs semblent bonne....c'est vrai que je ne travail pas vraiment d'apres photo, j'aime bin avoir un modele qui pose, alors il va falloir que je fasse un concession, soit j'ai un model a la maison, soit j'amene le pc dans un atelier :-p ou alors je dessine d'apres photo :-/
Ah le digital, on croit passer la vitesse superieur alors qu'en fait il nous fait presque tout reprendre depuis le début. Je comprend ceux qui serrent les dents lorsqu'no leur dit "le digital c'est de la triche/plus facile". Cependant t'as l'avantage de maitriser a la perfection les valeurs et digital ou pas ca se voit.
SKETCHBOOK any crits are welcome
Hey, thanks for stopping by my sketchbook and giving me that tip!
I think your figure drawings are amazing and I hope one day I can reach that level.
Please keep it up
EBI : Thank you for your comment, and I hope I was really helpfull for you.
Now I don't care about how to draw, I draw, and i try to go faster, I think technics will come... So here is the result for many hours of work....
Comments and crits are welcome. So don't hesitate to give me your opinion....
J'adore vos dessins. Je ne peux pas parler français bien, donc je suis en utilisant Google Translate. Où êtes-vous?
Does that make sense?
Thank you for this kind words, and thank you to write french, you can write English i'll understand.
Where do I live ? In France, not so far from Paris.
Does that make sense ? yes it does.
-I tried to look your sketcbook from your signature so the url is not valid anymore.- OK now it works ! ^^;
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