nice conversation, made me laugh.
nice conversation, made me laugh.
Think I told you already that I'm a fan. This on right here made my day a lot better>> http://i74.photobucket.com/albums/i2...i/DSC03579.jpg
EDIT: Holy shit! How did I miss this one?>> http://i74.photobucket.com/albums/i2...DSC04930-1.jpg
Thanks Vritra and Cepro
Been with personal stuff..other than artwork...and also slacking...a lot...
some nude studies, sketches, life drawings
Tasty, tasty updates, man. Wow>> http://i74.photobucket.com/albums/i2...i/DSC05173.jpg
Thanks a lot Magicman...your coming here..is such a cool thing for me...thanks...
SO I painted , drew with charcoal...and make a soft toy thingie...how cool am I?
not much huh anyways heres the dump
Self portrait(I surely look better than this...)
NOW THE TOY...my first badly sewn and painted
Hey Bhanu!! Your painting is becoming as dynamic and vibrant that your wonderful lines!!
And the porno strange creepy stuff you draw still impress me!
Thank you for your comment in my book! ^^
grenappels- Hey ya bro...thanks for commenting then...I will keep bangin out ...just for you..hehehe
SKetch- yknow nomatter where I run to...darkness consumes me.... hehehe and I just love it...thanks brother.......
CLochette- hey girl, dint see your post maybe we were posting at the same time... glad the feelings are mutual...I just love your stuff very much tooo...
SOme sketches ....hmm i think i am getting somewhere with some of these...something that I can turn into a fomidable work...dunno....but I have a hunch that i am on the right path..wish me luck
Sick sick sick...
^^ that's looking really great dude, makes me think a little of Phil Hale. But i don't think you're quite done. The background isn't helping you yet - I think you can give the whole thing one or two washes, just to unify the colours. Are you using acrylics? In between washes, when the painting is dry, get some sanding paper and sand down some areas - then paint over them again. It's a cool way to get some of the colours you used earlier to reappear again. Should those colours become too strong, just give it another wash. Also use some washes to darken the edges - it'll help focus the contrast in the middle a little more and give the painting some atmosphere I think. Another thing you might try is working some things like pieces of paper or cardboard into the painting - to help define some shapes. Other thing that might give you some cool texture is just sprinkling a little sand into to paint whilst its still wet. Sanding it down when it's dry again also results in a specific texture.
Love the Egon Schiele type drawings, wonderful line.
keep going sir!
sweet updates. i'm really diggin all your sketches and the looseness of your lines is great. i think if you pushed the values a bit more in your paintings they would definitely benefit from it, well regardless keep up the good work.
To live is to create, to create is to live. Without art and music, I do not know how I would get by in my day to day life.
Thank you for the replies guys...in a little hurry here...thanks
for the critique bren man...... would try to sandpaper technique...
anyways some paintings... bad photos
would try to get them scanned
Cool stuff man, I like your sketches.
I especially like "BLOATED" - shows great potential of your style, but it isn't quite there yet IMO. The anatomy strikes me often as odd, which is of course partly intentional, but some other things feel like unintentional. So maybe putting some more care in some brushstrokes would help. Especially where different shapes connect. Being more thoughtful doesn't necessarily mean it has to end up rigid. I think a main problem is the values - the comparison somebody brought up about Phil Hale is true, but even though he also does twisted stuff, he is very very careful about the values he uses. To be a bit more specific: On "Bloated" the pectoralis major muscles are too strongly shaded for being so directly turned to the light. And the trousers in "Pseudo self portrait" are a good example of things that could use a bit more care. They take a lot of attention without being really the main subject (I guess )
But yeah, besides the nitpicking : Your work has a lot of power - very inspiring.
My First porno painting..
I was trying to create something....trying to keep my drawing alive through the process...trying to give depth to the painting...emotionally and physically...havent gotten anywhere with anything...but I think its a good stepping stone..towards my own style in painting..and subject matter....
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