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another sick-ass self portrait. Trying out some charcoals....
Glasses fuck me up. I think next time I'll put in my contacts. And pick a different position for the mirror / light.
Those apples look crisp and delicious!
Fantastic studies. I wish I had that kind of discipline.
You've got some really good works here, but man, those images are big. It's hard to see the whole picture and give good feedback.
I really like those last two. It's awesome that you and your girlfriend sketch together. :)
Agree. Colors = win. Moreover, I dig the subtle textures in the sky and landscape, as well as the designs on the beast.
He looks perfectly benevolent to me.
SketchBook: Your portrait and figure studies are great! I...
Your portrait and figure studies are great! I like how you'll wipe out whole areas of your drawings that aren't working, and start fresh. I've heard that Sargent used to do the same thing; completely...
SketchBook: nice stuff. Puts a smile on my face. I...
nice stuff. Puts a smile on my face.
I particularly like the series of racing animals. :)
That iguana study is great. How's the collage coming along?
ugh... can't sleep. So, here's a painting of an old woman.
awesome stuff. I really like the style you've got going.
That first image is particularly cool; I like the mix of graphic street elements, and the more realistic rendering on the faces.
yeaaaaaa. Really cool. I love it. :)
Great job. That frame really complements the piece well.
SketchBook: You're actually off to a terrific start. You...
You're actually off to a terrific start. You generally have strong, confident lines, which is something that often takes people a while to develop. The only thing I would caution you on, is to not...
saa: thanks for the advice. I will try out that palette next time. On that last SP, I used a kinda limited palette: titanium white, prussian blue to cool down the shadows (this made everything a...
wow, stunning work.
I love how much you capture with relatively few brush strokes. You know just what to details to leave to the viewer's imagination. Awesome.
December 24th, 2008
SketchBook: that last alchemy experiment is really cool!
that last alchemy experiment is really cool!
those studies in the last post are really good. I like your hatching / shading technique.
How can you draw too much in a drawing class??? Isn't that the point? :)
SketchBook: Great stuff. You have a wide range of styles...
Great stuff. You have a wide range of styles here, all strong.
Alchemy stuff looks cool.
SketchBook: There's freezing rain outside, so I spent the...
There's freezing rain outside, so I spent the morning doing another SP in oils.
starting to maybe look like me a bit... well better than last time, at least. I still don't know how to mix colors...
SketchBook: bob marley
SketchBook: caterpillar study. Kinda got bored with this one
caterpillar study. Kinda got bored with this one
some quick, silly sketches before I go to work. Didn't have time to fill out the whole page.
December 15th, 2008
SketchBook: you've got some cool stuff here. I've noticed...
you've got some cool stuff here.
I've noticed that in general your value range is rather limited, and as a result your images don't have much contrast. This is particular noticeable on the heads...
SketchBook: some shitty self portraits, in oils. I'll do...
some shitty self portraits, in oils.
I'll do better next time.
I'm moving to Seattle in 3 weeks. My plan is, once I get there to do a self-portrait every day.
faces; some from books, some from life, some from imagination.
...and my iguana was standing still, so I was able to do a quick study of her. She's pretty fun to draw. I should draw her more often.
SketchBook: J.S. Sargent head studies and random sketches
J.S. Sargent head studies and random sketches
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