Love all the updates: comic, cartoon type animals and people and Lolita giving it one. (except her legs - not quite sure which one is in front).
ashess: Oh.. Seems like I forgot how to count to five
and flipped that panel. (although I'm not sure if it's confusing if he's suddenly facing a different direction than in the first panel he appears...)
In sequentials you should generally try to avoid rotating your perspective 180° or close to it, which you do twice. Looking good, though.
Oh I don't know, but I think it makes it more obvious that a period of time (even a short one) more obvious by flipping it. Sort of feel she's left the room and he's mulling over what has just been said between them.
Hi i'm new 2 dis, lookin thru ur sketchbook nice wrk
Nice work tobba! The plein air study is interesting, those can be so tough, I've been attempting them as well. I think you might want to try laying down some lighter green washes where all the trees are, then glaze more colors over it. Watercolors are awesome because they are so perfect to glaze and can get great results like that, painting in them alla prima style with final strokes doesn't really work that well. Maybe give it a shot next time . The comic looks good too, but I agree with Blackspot. Keep it up man, good work.
Black Spot: Thanks. Hm. Might be a good idea. I think I'll go over it later and correct a few things...
Cdejong: Thanks. Well, that's sort of what I did. But then I wanted to get in some more strong shadows on top of it all. But I'll keep practicing.
Here's a painting for my brothers graduation. Usually around here people have large signs with a photo of the graduate to welcome them with after the graduation. And it's usually an embarassing picture of them as kids.... But mom thought I should make a portrait instead. And my brother's been studying theater so this is sort of what he looked like in their final play...
nice work i here, showing a good variety of work, keep up with the studies.. those recent faces look like they are quite quick, i think it always helps to do a longer sustained studies as well
Check out my sketchbook!! http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...=703571&page=4
The pics from ref and imagination are beginning to gel. The hard work is paying off.
Bridget Bardot? Not sure about the mood board, but I'm sure you have some cunning plan to show us all.
The scale of the last one is odd as is the perspective. Have another look at it, unless of course you meant it.
Seetsy Thanks Yeah. They're quick. I feel like I've been doing a lot of longer studies but it doesn't really help so much so I thought it would be good to complement with some quicker ones.
Black Spot Thanks. Yeah. The music video isn't really about Bardot, but takes place in france during the thirties. Hm. I allways have trouble with scale when doing stuff like this. Guess I need more practice... Though I just realized the boy is too small compared to the janitor on stage. I looked at the perspective and thought it looked weird.... but then I figured that's just how it looks. But now that you mention it I probably messed up.
Just a heads up that I started a new Sketchbook here: http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...10#post2781510
Wow. It's inspirational to see so much growth from page one to page 6. Makes me really realize I've sort of stagnated at a skill level and need to push myself to draw better.
hey tobbA; way to go. you should try color a piece the way you greyscaled those hands and feet; I think that'd look awesome.
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