dude this stuff aint half bad, the last ojne is great, portrays a lot of mood
keep em coming.
its been a while since i posted and i would like to thank every one for their comments they are much appreciated
here is my final from one of my classes, I used corel painter, I used a photo and a grid for the line drawing, I hope to post some of my sketches soon just have to scan them.
as far as this painting goes i still feel alot like i have training wheels on i used the eye dropper a few times to figure out some tones and since i followed the picture so closely (i had it open almost the entire time i was painting) i dont feel like it is an accurate representation of my current skill set(i.e. the painting is too good in comparison to what i am actually capable of)
either way still a learning expeirence
DRAW OVER PLEASE
I am having alot of problems with the hand could someone give me some pointers or a draw over please, and crit any other glaring problems
here are two layouts for 3d models i am going to do
Thank you to effingamazing, elwell and evil dragonfire for their help in the sketchs and wip forum on the female drawing
Last edited by wareagle; July 24th, 2006 at 06:28 PM.
Having alittle fun with photoshop here,
I originally drew them in my sketch then i scanned them in and renderd them in photoshop
ok i painted my sketch from the top of the page ......
and here you go
you are getting better. The master study seemed to have helped. I like the little alien creatures you did in photoshop. keep it up.
first off thank you santa claus for your comment, the mastter study really helped me and ive done some more but they are in my traditional sketchbook and i have a tough time getting to a scanner
Here is another....
i was just goofing of when i should have been doin hw
and one more
i am also thinking about putting this one in the critque forum
I read a comment on here a few days ago that really inspired me for the life of me i cant remember who wrote it or where on the forum i was when i saw it but it went something like "first your fast and bad then you get good and slow and then you get fast and good"
i feel i fall into the first category but i would like to work really hard to get good and slow
so on this i tried to spend more time on it and tried not to rush through(for some reason thats a really hard thing to do)
im posting the full color and a comp with the scketching and linework for it,
I would really like to get much better, any comments are welcome i am all ears
here is a digital sp from photo ref
Last edited by wareagle; October 15th, 2006 at 07:35 PM.
i searched google and found it yay! i guess i should make one sometime soon cuz im getting jealous that your actually drawing... and not doing your class work. jk keep up the good work
hey thanx for lookin me up man, you need to start a sketchbook man!
ok here are a couple more digital sps
and here are a couple of characters ive done recently
ok im not sur if this is the right place to post this, if not just let me know, or if you can even post this stuff here,
on an earlier post i had shown a drawing i was planning on modeling for a class project, and i have it modeled now so i figured i would post it, first some explanation is needed, the concept changed, and its not completly finshed (its not skinned or textured, so no fancy pose sorry) I also plan on usin the new hair and fur modifier in max for the hair, or i will when i figure out how it works that is
(this is also my first organic model)
Last edited by wareagle; October 29th, 2006 at 06:28 AM.
Hei Wareagle! i see your link in my post...
i like so much your potraites.
I think that you can improve your anatomy design, because when you designing your carachter without reference mistakes anatomi but not too much.
Your painting stily it's so great.
This is my opinion
ok here is another i am workin on. sort of just workin on ma painting techniques. in all honesty its kind of crappy drawing event though it is supposed to be cartoony its just ma proportions are all screwed up, but i like how the values worked out
Nice SB wareagle!
Those last couple SP's and especially the Rockwell piece are quite nice. Definetly making strides in the right direction! Keep it up and post more!
yeah dude that rockwell study is rad. i like how clear the strokes are in your study compared to rockwells, makes for a more panterly and epressive finish.
this this this is my sketchbook
Hey wareagle you have some nice stuff on your thread. The Rockwell master copy is REALLY well done. All the character entries are alot of fun to look at. Great imagination. Your SP's are not bad at all! Pretty solid. My suggestion is to not stop what you're doing. Keep drawing, loosening the arm. Anatomy is an extensive study that I think many pencil drawings will benefit you. A drawing class, if you are not already in one, helps tremendously. In the meantime, studying the structure and proportion of humans is going ot give you more confidence in your work. Loomis online and the Walter Foster publications have the basic form set up to study. The best. Loomis was the greatest introduction to drawing humans for me. Grab a copy. You won't regret it.
I see some huge improvement after that master study, definatly something i need to do. The only real crit i have for you is to watch the back legs on your characters. It looks like you are shrinking the proportions down or missing the anatomy. Otherwise, great job!
I like your painting and your pencil are also very good. Comapre with your older painting, you certainly get better.
wow its been a while since i posted
jega74: thank you very much for your comments, anatomy is something i definatly need some serious help with
timothy: thax for the kind words..... the rockwell is still probably the best thing ive done
gleeson: thanx, doing that study has helped me so much
AztcFireFlower: thank you very much for your comment and your advice, ive got to do a better job of being consistant with drawing all the time
silvestri: you are absolutly correct i have a real problem with shriking the back leg and with proportions sometimes
red tiger: thanx i try to get better unfortunatly it doesnt always feel like i am making any progress
wakazou: thanx, i still kinda think im a noob
Here is a wip, just trying out some different stuff,
here's another experiment......
i have had alot of fun messin with colr and what not
here is a quick Mucha Study i did the other day, its from one of his sketchs for a portrait
Here is a couple of quick animal studies/doodles i did yesterday
and some real quick anatomy studies from yesterday as well
hey man, thanks for stopping by my SB
you've got some really cool stuff going on here yourself, i really like your paint studies, keep going with them! the grayscale self portraits are really nice too. can't go wrong with those anatomy studies either
nice work on the model of the lady character, very nice considering its your first organic model. about zbrush, yeah its a funny thing, theres a bit of a learning curve with it just because its SO different to any other modeling program... but at the same time, once you get going its really easy to pic up just because its really close to real life sculpting. its pretty much digital liquid clay, it also helps a lot if you understand the basics of 3D modeling to begin with (which it looks like you do). so yeah, have fun with it, are you getting into zbrush soon? its a damn cool program, and i find sculpting helps out your drawing too.
keep it up man, and thanks again for the comment
kronos- thanx for the comments, and bout zbrush yeah i hope to try it out sooner or later, I wanna get better at regular ol' 3d modeling first, and again thanx for stoping in
i have finally decided to get serious about getting better, hopefully i will be posting every couple of days
here's some quick figure studies from ref
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