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thanks for the nice comments Zardi!!
I realized 21 may not be that old but sometimes thats good and bad! good like you said it pushes me harder to get better but sometimes also makes me feel like I...
some more sketches Ive done
Thanks a lot man I really appreciate it! its good your practicing, i should be practicing more than I am now, but sometimes I still have that fear and the drive sometimes isnt there but i know i will...
another update with some experimentation and exploration sketches! thanks for looking :)
wow haven't updated in a while, here is some stuff ive been studying/working on
thanks for the explanations arenhaus and dpaint!
Hi everyone, I'm trying to start a new winter scene during the night time with the moon out, I was wondering does anyone know any artists or some good references for night time scenes with snow? I'd...
thanks miletic for the advice!
yeah im starting to study anatomy more to get my proportions down right, and also lighting! always struggling with those two things, thanks again, it really means a...
thanks a lot , I really appreciate it! :)
Thanks falcon, seriously means a lot!
thanks! well it was a photo study! so i guess that's why the colours look good :p
ahah well im 21 now so im far from 60 but still feel behind :(
thank you both for the critque,
Rene - thanks so much i just noticed this - never thought of clashing of styles in that way thanks for opening my eyes
steph - i did see a lack of depth and value...
hey guys, did this piece few days ago - one thing first off is the reflection on my "planet" or "sun" (I don't even know, maybe an eclipse? i just liked that shape) is off, there are no ripples in...
wow, haven't posted in a while!
here is some stuff I've done:
thanks for looking, trying to improve!
Thanks for all the feedback!
@Grumpy yes that makes sense, I dont know why I didnt try harder with my construction of shapes!
@playa I actually have read Norlings book! Guess I didnt retain that...
thanks so much for the overpaint! it really helps me a lot, here is the process : http://imgur.com/a/L1EO0
I definitely was 100% lazy with the bowl and that is a huge mistake I made, I just drew...
so i did my first still life couple of days ago and need some critique on what to keep in mind in terms of general perspective and the construction of ellipses specifically
if there are any...
yes i know :( I made the huge error of not making the entire top of the bowl so it would make sense, and also the lid wasnt matching but I changed it many times to point I couldnt get it, thought i'd...
Well its not really making it nice more than trying to make it right, but I guess when its right it looks nice? :P
but thank you everyone for the responses, I spent all night on it :( here it is...
thanks for the tips
i just get really nervous and frustrated because I cant get it to look the way I want and end up spending 7-8hrs just on trying to make it look right, which is hard to get use to...
Well sorry for the topic, but I went ahead and said im learning so I eyeballed it and tried to get it right, hopefully it turns out okay!
im starting my first still life tonight...yes first! I was wondering would it be wrong to take a picture of the still life to establish a type of frame of where stuff should go/how...
Well yes there was a snowstorm and there has been ice everywhere ever since..also there are no hills anywhere near where I am right now for school :(
totally forgot about flickr, thank you!
thanks for all the input everyone.
Ive been scrolling through Google for a while but its kind of hard to find a nice landscape to study
anyone have any other references they use online besides...
I guess from the suggestions I should
Study the real thing!