it seems you got a nice feeling for light and shadow! but it feels, that they need to be pushed out more, if you know what i mean...
heres another quick one.
im gonna aim for more dynamic poses soon...im realizing how tame these guys are, its a bit unnatural looking to me to see em just standing straight up as if they are having their drivers license picture taken. gotta get em caught in their prime... as well as do some color ones.
anyways. thanks again.
Regardless of how dramatic your poses may yet get, I'm thoroughly enjoying these for what they are, and don't see any problem with it. The interesting forms you're creating using the lovely soft lighting -- I mean, these are rendered like black & white portrait shots in a photographer's studio, which can be great. And, which, these are. I'm loving your descriptions of the basic intersections of the arm with the chest. As I begin to study anatomy I've noticed that my grasp of that area is horrible, and a couple of these pics've nicely imparted solid understanding of that stuff. Some great stuff happening in those portrait heads, too. And the landscape studies -- the soft sandy mounds meeting the red rocky embankment -- real nice stuffs! I'm looking forward to seeing where you wander.
cool stuff going on here, love all the experiments that are going on here, more please !
Kingkostas: Thanks man, share i will!
Scimok: Glad you like my content... my gf's mom on the other hand, does not.
ChromaticCodex: ha ha! a robocop portrait would be a fun one. might take you up on that idea some day. thanks for compliments!
monstertree: thanks man, its not something that comes naturally to me, but im glad that whatever it is im doing, is starting come together.
surus: havent done any pencils as of late, maybe later on, just for you !
Timmi-o-Tool: i think i know what you mean, i only have one flaky-ish light source, i think i should double up on it sometime... that might help "pull it out" more.
DanielC: Thanks man, and absolutely. i dunno what im afraid of, but i think i need to take more risks and indeed explore different subject matter and methods. thanks for stopping by!
Fetsch: hey man, glad you like it, thanks for the kindness!
William b. Hand: wow man, thanks for the compliments. i really appreciate the kind words from you. as an artist, we tend to always be our hardest critic, and i personally think its for the best, it encourage me to drive myself harder and get better. but sometimes we get lost in the moment and forget to stop and look back at how far we've come. so thanks man, even tho i feel like i have a long up hill journey a head of me, you made me reflect on how far ive already come.
heix33: Thanks man!
Gloominati: haha thanks dude, experiments they are indeed! and experiment more i shall, thanks for stoppin by!
Just a quick unfinished doodle.... havent dedicated myself to any drawing time lately. Red Dead redemptions is my excuse. that games somethin else, im having to much fun making faces look all bloodied with my cowboys fucking bullets rather than drawing things similar to that nature myself.
very impressive, im inspired
great stuff man, fantastic values. I really like those environments; maybe try putting these crazy characters into environments? give them a world to inhabit. keep up the good work
these have a really strong vibe to them man! like said above I am curious to see where you wander
Wow, dude! Excellent work. Your values are top notch! Please post more awesome stuff!
Amazing, bizzare, insane stuff! Great sense of color and anatomy.
arrgh, sooo good. please keep posting!
Your stuff is amazing! You have a great sense of lighting, anatomy and form. I think you should work more in colour though, it looks to be a weaker spot of yours.
"Complacency is the womb of mediocrity. " -- Jason Manley
"If you always put limits on everything you do, physical or anything else, it will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there, you must go beyond them." -- Bruce Lee
hey man, youve got a really nice sketchbook so far! really nice values, and anatomy. the crazy faces on pg 1 are epic dude. soo cool! - i had to save a couple of them for future inspiration.
Ostroponis: Hey man, thanks, glad you likes.
LisandroG: Did you know that your name backwards is Gordnasil? .. doesnt mean anything, i just saw your name and wanted you to know this. also, good suggestion, im slowly working my way to doing just that, putting characters into scenes. ill get there, im just focusing on one step at a time, and right now, thats tonals. thanks!
darknight: thanks dude, im glad you like what your seeing. theres more to come.
Hellbeard: haha, alright, ill try man, thanks.
Tigermilk: im lactating with thankfulness! heh sorry, but for reals, thanks.
jozulus: mores on the way mate, thanks!
Kischi: Thanks to you too dude!
Andrew Sonea: your absolutely right. color is a nasty bitch. im no master by any means at it, but as time goes on, its something i will attempt to remedy with the help of this sketchbook. thanks for the comment!
NickyBeats: ha, by all means dude, if you like it, its urs. I appreciate it.
Jasper: Yeah, im hopin to get the time soon to do more enviros. they are fun, but take longer then a lunch break to do. soon enough tho. thanks man!
and heres a quick pencil scratch that i did earlier. yeah, nonsense. sorry.
nice SB you have here
Your drawings are geting better and better.
Been busy lately, life stuff has been heavy lately. have had little time to myself let alone any time to actually draw anything.
anyways, life goes on and onwards we go.
heres all i have for now.
thanks for looking.
nice, looking forward to see what else your crazy mind will come up with in future posts!
Last edited by LisandroG; June 24th, 2010 at 11:50 PM.
renderin is bad ass!
i need to work on it ..
love the last one lots!
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