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That is a crazy jump from the first page.
Good start. I would suggest exercising bigger and bolder. A good warm of for that is making two points and any drawing medium and seeing if you can connect with as straight line as possible. Also...
Here is what i have so far for corrections.
I still feel that my composition is still a bit stiff yet and non-active.
That is some insane progress.
For final I am doing the assignment called Dream Tellers. Yet I am having a hard time picking out the what give a piece more whimsical feel. Need help.
That's awesome some of the reference you get your work from such as Anatomy for the Artist.
Well not much to critic here. At lest not from my level. Great work.
Besides the wired Barbarian woman upside down. A comic of my metaphorical dump of responsibility.
Some really good mileage. I would say for anatomy studies. hold off on shades and do a series of about 10 to 20 of the same part of the anatomy, with different mediums, spending about 5 minutes or...
Noow That is Drive!
12 years in the workforce, including volunteer. 7 years in graphic programs, 2 years in 3d programs. Freelancing since 2004. If you need any elaborations of my work history I am more than happy to...
The theme going on at the Crewest LA gallery.
I can't get over how clever Jayna Pavlin and Paul Temple's piece is.
Love your engagment to your studies. Check out "Figure Drawing:Design and Invention" by Michael Hampton.
Dont let up! Keep going!
Also this week In TAD Figure Drawing 1 I got into doing master studies, one of which had Mark English's Demos and Lectures. Got me really into trying out different brushs.
so graduated for Game art design, but still ending up with Illustrator/draftsman work. Cant complain. So Today I have
Good studies, when you get the chance, start doing some master copies.
This feels like if Coro and Syd Mead had a baby.
Really big contrast from your first post. Nice!
Yikes! My bad Plissken i'm usually better at this.
@Dominode I now only start with pencil when I want to portray one big idea, I go straight to pen when I am simply adding on to previous sketches....
Keep Going! Can't wait to to see tighter work.