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You're starting to grasp the lights and shadows of the object. However, you need some darker darks -- your signature is overpowering the image :) Try adding a thin line of black shadow where the vase...
you did the linework with a mouse too? nice. I think it's more like painting with a brick.
definitely a looser, more fluid pose would be good. Think about movement and dynamic lines.
Also, I'd like see more texture, less specular highlight (I'm a fan of dirty, gritty-looking work).
i like the aggressive angular linework - it brings action and tension to the otherwise still figure, tying him to the active background. I like the colors too.
very de chirico-esque. the bright colors and hard horizontal division make it seem like a (surreal) national flag.
nice line placement and movement. you have a great sense of the figure in motion!
That's some crrrrazy foreshortening in the first one! That natural sense of depth will be an assett to you in the future as you develop your own style.
I think Noshadow means let your lines flow a...
nice mousework! the lighting looks a little contrived, and the space is completely flattened out where his foot is stepping down - again, a lighting issue. i like the colors and the mood.
i like the placement of the good? (blue) jedi right in the center, as a stabilizing element, around which the rest of the comp is spinning.
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a NOOB is a newbie, is a novice.
you can also use PNG on deviantart. Although, it sounds like maybe you should use different imaging software
stylish. very dynamic. something does seem to be wrong from his belt on down. I can't tell whats going on there.
a lot of folks here seem to like the Academy of Art College in San Francisco. Of course, there are New York schools like SVA or Parsons, where a classmate of mine went.
you'll have to host your pictures on a web server, and then use the vB code to link to their location. There are some free sites for hosting your stuff. Geocities is one, but maybe some of the other...
oh yeah, 4. Took me a few moments to notice the guy with the hovering spheres, but once i did, the whole thing came together. i also like 7 - quirky, cute in a nightmarish way.
sounds like a good project to motivate yourselves to produce work. Nice drawings.
I went to a figure drawing session for the first time in many years. I broke the long pose into several shorter poses in my sketchbook. Just thought I'd share. Feel free to comment/crit - I could use...
very nice, dan.
a page from my sketchbook - people from the train.
I grew up around here, and have been involved in the arts community, and known a few people who've taught and studied at SAIC. It's always been one of the best schools for fine art. Not so much for...
That's TOTALLY Warkude's shield! Maybe mixed with Castle Grayskull. heh. Awesome. That's an axe? I though it was bristles of some sort at first. Man, nice sketch, though. Maybe I should start...
what's your reference?
emphasis on loosely. Always good to see people working from general to specific. I look forward to you tightening this up.
You have some great ideas for the details of the figure. one thing i...
awe man, the glasses make that photo. pity you left them out. In your version, her shawl looks like hair, which is fine - it's your version. As far as the values go, I'm not seeing any black blacks,...
yeah, i'm not seein' the horns on this dude. Turn his left foot out more.