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This pencil study of a drawing of a plaster sculpture took me 2.5 hours.
Thank you for your encouragements Zoroko, I left some feedback on your sketchbook as well. :)
I wish I can give captions to individual images, sigh. Well an overview:
-All of the calligraphy pen...
your versatility and talent are refreshing and awesome. I especially liked your watercolor experiments like
Really love your details and rendering. Look forward to seeing a lot more of your work.
My favorites are the pen drawings of the candy monster and of the monster itself. They are so lively and loose. They're really great. Good luck with mastering the basics (I'm trying to do that too),...
Thank you ped454! I am still learning to draw the basic human form. I hope I'll be comfortable enough to do some imaginative stuff in a month or so. :)
More from the sketchbook. Sorry about the multiple posts. My computer crashed last time and I didn't want to waste time reuploading 20 images.
More from April and May.
Sorry for the conspicuous lack of updates. In the past two months I wrote a thesis, became finalist for the best thesis award for said thesis. I also drew a lot. Due to time constraints, I am...
Thanks Blacky. I really appreciate your detailed and relevant critiques--and that you take time to visit here! And thanks for the encouragement and birthday wishes.
FYI: I will be MIA for about a...
A couple of sketches I did of a friend and professor. And then a sketch sans ref. The anatomy is iffy. But believe it or not I feel I've improved a lot since last month.
Thanks for stopping by. I like the bold colors in your works. Keep posting!
Thanks for the birthday wish and the encouragements!
I've never drawn with markers before. I really like the smooth feel of the lines.
I am so impressed by your versatility. I love the talent and breadth shown in your work. How do I subscribe? (I'm new)
Almost forgot [to mention] that today is my birthday. Kind of anticlimactic, I must say. After you hit 21 there really isn't another milestone birthday until like 50, huh.
I really love your lines esp. in your pen drawings. They are so fluid and quick and lively. The watercolor is a nice touch too. I'll be visiting often. Got any color work?
I have no time lately. My thesis is due in 3 weeks. And other classes. Etc., etc., this goes to infinity.
As such, a few quick sketches today. The detailed studies will have to wait...
Hi, I love your shading in your drawings, like in this one http://conceptart.org/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=109007&stc=1&d=1174104074
Your digital stuff is pretty cool too. I look forward...
I love your pencil and pen drawings. Your lines are amazing. I'm a really big fan, Fooxoo. I'll be visiting your page often to learn. (I just started a sketch book and feel out of place even...
Hey, I really like your digital stuff. Your drawings are not bad either. But maybe you can improve them by loosening up your lines a little? Don't be so hard on yourself. You have some good stuff....
Man, I love your colors. Your highlights and shadows. Thanks for stopping by and for the encouragements. I really appreciate it. I'm going to work on some more time consuming pieces in the future.
Blacky: You're totally right. I need more practice on the basics. I never really worked on drawing muscles, hands, or any part of the human body, always just did quick sketches.
For the past week...
An older sketch from memory. I'm working on a creative writing piece for class on the subject of the drawing. I thought the drawing was decent at the time, but now, after working through a sketch...
I've been a big fan of your work since stumbling across your jazz musician drawing on google a couple of weeks ago. I loved the fluid and quick lines of your drawings. But now I see...