more foot and clavicle!
ok so not such a good day at pesrpective class because i still cannot make an illustration out of the perspective drawing we are doing ie not fast enough to get past the study and into the illustration,,, yet!
Also some shoes from people on the train.
Also some preliminary quick sketches of model from different positions before starting the main one. I did a lot better and Rodrigo thought my measurements for the figure were a lot closer. The only problem is there was supposed to be a right foot between the left leg and the chair. Even though the rest of the figure seem to work out well and measure up and compare, the right foot just could not occupy that negative space in the correct way. So not quite sure what happened there.
This is sooooooooooooo fucking brilliant
Awesome motivation etc.
Advice would be to really focus on the pieces, this got me into alot of trouble and I wouldve learned so much more if I'd slowed down and gotten so much more better.
So Instead of doing 2/3 pieces a day, do even just one and push it as hard as you can.
Challenge yourself and then you can do some quick sketches
This is brilliant, just keep at it
lilnebo- thanks for that, i appreciate it! And i do try to focus on some stuff but unfortunately they are usually the school projects and the rest of the time is just for unwinding and doing some art that makes me feel good! Still, i will try to keep that in mind.
just a quick self-portrait from my new mirror (misplaced the old one).
Man that skull looks pretty damn cool, those hours you put into it definitely paid off.
A drawing a day! I like it, that's a great goal. It actually should be something that's supposed to be all natural for us aspiring artists, but yet it can be a great challenge to me to keep the pace up daily. So this will definitely be beneficial for you, keep those creative juices running steadily
The skull piece is totally amazing! I hope to see more finished pieces like that!
The storyboards coming along, PJ! I hope you're keeping up with all the projects for school, man! I'm just freaking out, 'cos I left my drawing book (with Dee's project in it) at Paul's class!!! I just hope I'll get it back somehow. Anyway, Keep it up!
Imaginary- cheers man! i enjoyed them too.
AsaB- Absolutely chuffed to see you posting in my sb, because i just loooooooooooooove your stuff. Your lines and characters are very cool and i love coming over to look at them so thanks a bunch for dropping by. My hope is that i will be able to put more time into pieces like that one!
Hai- you just wait until the cover is ALL done with type and everything man! Knocking it off the park. LOL cheers man!
GEE- hmmm keeping up maybe not but not doing too bad man and guess what? absolutely loving doing those storyboards. Ain't that cool? Damn dude if i had seen it you know i would have picked it up so i hope you find it.
Cool! so many cool people to reply to!
Some tortoise studies for an illustration gig! Very cool to have one already!
That skull is awesome. Major props on it, I really love it.
Very inspiring what you are doing. A drawing a day seems like an awesome idea, I wish I had the motivation to do that too.
Keep up with the good work
Please stop by my sketchbook!
Alternative-thanks a bunch mate! It's been fun so far let's just see how long it lasts!
A WIP cast drawing from Rodrigo's class. I might take this as the start of a digital painting. I've been dying to try out Marta Dahlig's tutorials from IFX but still no time.
And a white colour pencil on black paper from Cockatoo Island here in Sydney's Harbour. It's a damn cool place.
Sorry for not changing the number on the thread name but this shaping of the net is a real pain!
took me all day to try to come up with a line of drawings that i was semi happy with. I think the first in the top row, the only one in the 3rd and the remaining 3 in the bottom row shall be my five for this project. The other pic is just to show the rest of all the drawings that i've done for this project!
Now finally onto the skull.
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