on these 2, the left one is acrylic painting and the right one is digital, did these for a group show.
Great work! Keep up what you're doing and you'll only continue to improve. I think your figures could use some rhythm though...I suggest giving this site a try. Do the 30 sec. gestures and it'll help you identify rhythm in your life drawings...really helpful!
jackpot_anjr90 - thanks, i would have never found that site myself....i will sure give it a try.
thirdeye - thanks dude, theres alot more coming....have to find all my sketchbooks and start scanning and also sort out some of my digital stuff. I think i have some photos of couple of paintings i did for money.
Sublimus - my lazyness of posting in one big pile
kinnas - true....true....suht palju jätsin välja nagunii, mõned sitemad tööd siin on varasema perioodi tööd, vähekene võrdluseks kõrvale...ehk. Eks visandiraamatu omades teeb karmima valiku .
karupoiss juhan - tänud, praegu suvel sama probleem .
So i scanned some pages from one of my sketchbooks, hope you like.
a small update...
this is a portrait of a friend who got stun to her lower lip by a bee, a great portrait material
miycko - thanks, she really is .
this has been a long long break from posting. Almost a year. I have been quite busy and also lazy. But i have been visiting the forums almost daily. This summer i graduated my bachelors degree and i posted the graduation painting in finally finished section. Heres the link http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=194370 . I added some steps of the painting too. Im posting some images right now and i have quite a lot to photograph and to scan. Ill try to do that soon. So here is some new stuff.
something i tried.
a commission, acrylics, 70cm x 50cm
Here is some more stuff. 2 drawings and some acrylic plain-air paintings. The paintings are all quite small, largest is 24cm x 19cm.
You're workin hard, putting in the hours and it shows, big improvements in recent paintings.
Try thinking about value a bit more when youre/drawing and painting, especially from reference. Some of the portrait references look like they were taken with a flash with washed-out lighting, which is something you should try and compensate for when youre painting.
In your sketchbooks, try challenging yourself to work on figures that have more dimension to them, you seem to primarily draw figures straight in front or in profile views
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