Hey, thanks Ludic.
Here are two charas.
Thanks a lot Kerah. If only I can do the same thing for my linework...
Well, here's a portrait. I started out in a cute mood 'cause I was listening to Fever Ray, but then I sorta shifted into a creepy mood>_____>
Seems to be a trend recently, this.
This is the original ref BTW, I love that photograph
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paint from one of Smileface's concept
A quick study before I go to bed.
Love the variety in here, and it's all good work.
nice stuff man, I really dig your coloring and your forms are nice
Hey, great sketchbook, Aaron!
I thought that these were really quick photo studies:
That's very impressive and inspiring.
Edit: I thought your style looked familiar....I remember your Yummy Rabbit picture from a little while ago in the C+C forum. Hope you don't mind, but I saved it on my computer as I liked your technique so much.
My Sketchbook: Criticisms and Feedback needed
"A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step."
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bish0p2004: Hey man, thanks a lot, I'm very flattered, especially coming from you! That was quite a while ago and there are quite a lot of things I can do better now. Maybe I should revisit that pic sometime.
And maan, those paints are like half a year old >___________> It does show that my anatomy has always been way behind my rendering though.
Jeremy Swan:thanks bro
Ambiguity:hahaha thank you, but surely you mean the stark lack fo variety(I should really just fucking stop drawing heads all the time >________>)
Fetsch:Holy shit brother, thanks a lot. I've admired your work for a long time.
Psychobuddy:Yo buddy, wassup. Thanks man, dig your sb too.
Thomas M:Thanks a lot. A big fan of your work too.
A imaginary color test/figure painting which failed miserably. I did sorta like the colro scheme though. Not really, needs more variation.
A chara, I was thinking how generic most arcade video game charas are.
Maybe it's cool to have a sorta really funky guy with a long neck and an axe. He can axe monsters and bludgeon 'em with his head 'coz his neck is so damn fucking long XDDDDDD
He also drags around his daughter who is like a mushroom and who can ram monsters Sonic-style by rolling into a ball.
Maybe I'll color it.
A painting. Was listening to Joy Division and Siousxie and the Banshees.
And also had this story that my sister's friend told me stuck in my head. It goes like somebody goes to the toilet and fell into the hole and drowned(it's a old-fashioned peasant toilet, the kind made with a buncha planks) only to come back 10 years later to murder his family with his accumulated fragrance.
"Hi girl, Daddy's hOOOmme!"
The moral of the story?
Don't ever use crappy toilet, just think of your family c'mon(Actually not really a concern for people living in actually develolped countries xDDDD).
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hi there again (:
you've always had such a way with the macabre but it's lovely seeing how much it's become polished in just a month that I haven't checked back!
the brush strokes are just lovely and I love the one done from smileface's concept
Feel like you could probably still work on human anatomy/foreshortening in space a bit more as the foreshortening of the legs looks a bit awkward in the one with the girl sitting
Very nice stuff, Little girls face is very good. and that tree guy, damn it looks great! Keep at it man
Not at all. I've seen you draw or paint still life, people, creatures, animals, and vehicles both realistic and fictional. Maybe not all of that is recent, but it's in here o.-Ambiguity:hahaha thank you, but surely you mean the stark lack fo variety(I should really just fucking stop drawing heads all the time >________>)
That creepy girl head is really fantastic, just a great painting. The zombie (?) head is great as well.
The big issue on the woman from your last post is great surface painting with iffy under-structure. Her lower half doesn't relate properly to her top, there's little sense of muscle and bone underneath the skin - and the skin is nice! A few of your figures have very rounded limbs; try to remember all the subtle angle variations you get on things like arms and hips.
Some creative & crazy stuff I'd like to see more finished work, imo that way you are learning most of the stuff
Hey guys. Thanks so much for your love. Duplicitous, lovely critique <: I totally agree Currently, I'm really busy assembling my portfolio for Art Center application so I gotta run back to figure drawing.
But here, I'll post some sketches and a drawing for a later. Painting
LOVE YA ALLLLLLLLLLLLLL
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