Skull progression demo using just 3 values...
Skull progression demo using just 3 values...
More Skull Demos...
Ahahahaha!! You are flattering me too much. :^^:
Some of my better drawings, though they're on my other thread:
That's all for now. Thanks for looking! :bashful:
Don't know that god was a woman ! I like the idea, but... you know, even the boss have to rest from time to time ! Each time I push the refresh button, there's an update ! :)
P.S: Hurricane, I understand you !
Harharhar! I have just seen some of your works, and I love your photo/illustration/3D combination...it's something I aspire to, I am a huge die~hard fan of Dave McKean~like work...yours is not the same in flavor, necessarily, but the approach is similar...nice to see! Thank you for your kind support! :)
Good stuff Rebeccak! Nice to see you on Ca! On your paintings I think it would really help if you tightened them up with some hard brush strokes! Keep on kicking out the studys....
WOW! How the hell could I've missed this thread before. More please !!!
Oh my god, I love it, your shaders are fantastic, i wish I could see how you work.
Let us see more.
And you have a new Workshop coming on cgtalk - WHY CAN I HAVE SOME SPARE 400 BUX *sooob*
Your charcoal and pen drawing are to die for AHHH :teeth:
btw im with Hurricane :wink:
Awesome studies! You really analyze your steps! Mucho respect.
Keep 'em coming!
MY LORD!!!!!!! AMAZING>>>>!!! We need to ask Manley to add like five more stars here.!!
great sketches, ye.. i remember this from cgtalk
keep it up =)
Stars> U Need Stars!!!!
whooh.. Great. Really great. I really appreciate people who share their knowledge. I sure will bookmark this book, and come back to examine every bit of your curves and values.
Say no more.
Wonderful! Please keep updating.
Bone a lious!!
Thanks so much for the warm replies! :)
Thank you! It's nice to see you here too as well! I hear the hard brush thing a lot...heh, I like the softer look, guess it's just my thang! :rendered: Thanks for stopping by! :)
Hi there, thanks for the welcome! :)
Thanks a bunch, I appreciate your comment!
Hey there! Glad to see you here! :) Yep, my Workshop was just announced today...thank you for the support! :)
Great to see you here! LOL, you guys are cracking me up! :)
Thanks so much! It's nice to get such a warm welcome!
Thanks so much, you're too kind!
Hi there, yep, I'm expanding ~ LOL ~ thanks for dropping by!
Thank you so much. I hope it is useful!
It's da man! Thank you!! :)
Some WIP from Open Figure Drawing Workshop 011:
Hello, Rebeccak! I wanted to thank you for your beautiful art, this very, very informative and needed tutorial and for a huge fun and excitement I have every time in your 15 minutes thread in TG talk. I respect and enjoy all your generous talents very much.
I think your lines are beautiful to the most, I never saw anything like this, they look so powerful and emotional, like a nature itself, regardless what it's depicted. But I immediately wanted to see how your lines will be in landscapes or still lifes (they will probably stop being still :)).
So thank you very much, a real pleasure to see your art.
hey rebecca, nice to see your work and all the tutorials, really helpful and lots of information in a simple way, very easy to understand and apply. Your an excellent teacher. I'm learning tons just seeing your work and how you use the shapes and shadows.
Thnks for postin' :)
awesome work and walkthroughs!
some excellent tutorials miss.. are u teaching somewhere in socal?
Thank you so much! Your comments are really generous, and I look forward to seeing you on the 15 Minute Sketchathon thread!! Thanks for dropping by my thread here, and I greatly appreciate your support of the Anatomy Forum! :)
Thanks so much for your support as well! It's great to see you on both forums, and I'm thrilled you've set up your own Anatomy Thread ~ it's great to have even more talented people join in! :)
Thanks a lot! :)
Thanks very much! I'm on the East Coast, though I went to Art Center in Pasadena for undergrad. I am, however, teaching an online Workshop in February through the CGWorkshops:
Figuratively Speaking ~ Analyzing the Human Form
I ran another CGWorkshop recently which I quite enjoyed. I'd definitely like to teach in the real world as well at some point. Thanks for asking! :)
A small update to my OFDW 011 WIP:
YOU CALL THIS A SMALL UPDATE ?!? :x :jawdrop:
I... I love you ! ;) I don't ask you to post more, I know you will be able to post ten pics in a couple of minutes. And I wanna keep my mind safe. I check your website and bookmark it. Very, very instructive.
Cheers, Rebecca. :)
LOL, thank you so much! I appreciate your support! :teeth: You are making me laugh quite a lot! :teeth:
Nice of you to stop by, thank you! I'm waiting for that tutorial mister! :teeth:
Another incremental update for tonight...
Said it in your thread in the fine arts area, and I'll say it here: you've got skills! lol great stuff as always glad to see you made a sketchbook. The tutorials are really helpful as well, especially the little section on organic curves, so thanks for those :teeth: great stuff!
:) a sketchbook yay! I saw this yesterday at my friends studio and we were talking about your work, as we are both very into figures. Well not as much as we should be but we do appreciate awsome figures.
Rebecca, like I said before, I don't think I have seen anyone use airbrush that good, it's awsome to see how you progress. It's amazing how you define values and make it pop. I especially love the way you do the rib cages.. heheh, looks too good.. :)
beautiful stuff and thanks for sharing! cheers,
Min *korean speaking and still friendly* :)
i'm glad i've found your thread Rebecca! :) - you have impressive work here - some i've never seen it before! yey!
Can't wate for more!! :)