sorry for the craptastic scan. =T
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sorry for the craptastic scan. =T
havent been around in a while... college is an adventure indeed.
good thing my college has a drawing course... considering its pretty much engineering only. =T
oh well, heres some stuff for...
some arms and faces.
ok, a few super ugly life sketches... people just don't stay still.
some more life drawings... i really should measure more when i...
arkain: thanks for your crits and tips. i'll try to remember. and don't worry about being harsh i need that stuff.
armando: thanks for your tips, but the way i see it, construction is an aid in...
awesome comic. reality never looked so good.
smore hands. most from life.
NightVision: thanks for your tips, i'm trying to get a good value range and rendering tecnique, i'll be working more on that.
now, for more boring stuff... i've got to try and use what i'm...
nothing big today, or even decent sized....
just went back and filled in a page. some of it is pen, mostly pencil.
your studies look real nice.
the onlything i would really comment on is your color stuff, and seperating the forms and values, because that last bannana looks like its part of the table.
dan1989: thanks for the encouragement.
ok, so here's an arm study. it's all i could do... damn, i hate tv. but i love it at the same time. :$
i already did these studies, but i didn't do...
well, i assume whoever told you that is better than i am...
anyways. nice stuff with the mountains. looks like you're getting a better feel for the masses.
Teigrob: thanks a buch. =D
medium pace: thanks, what i did was to use a tourtillion very lightly after laying down the pencil lines very close together. and with that nose, i looked at it in a...
wow... i jsut saw the kid poking his cheeks. wonderfull.
you're great. question... do you lay down guidelines and then darken the goodstuff later or... does it just come out like that?
awesome stuff. i really like your second energy ball one.
yay.. jumping fat ladies. :bashful:
oh yea... lookit that. my bad.
about that stuff in the background, i thought it was some sort of horse... with steel spikes for legs...
marie: yea, i guess that when i use pen, i'm a little more carefull... and to think, i started using pen to be more careful with my pencil... looks like i've gotta work on that transition a little...
nice job on that last one.
is it just me or do you not have white. there's alot of light grey. The tonal range feels a little confined. i'm trying to do this myself, pushing the blacks and whites....
alright... i guess i'm finished with this lady. actual size of the head is about 4x3.5 inches... not so big i guess.
hmmm.. what IS going on behind him?
heh... that hair reminds me of a movie with jean cleud van dam (or however you spell that) where one of the guys has long braided hair with a knife tied to the...
ladylioness: thanks for the comment. i took that under advisement with this last piece. what wonders patience does right?
ok. this is a little wip. so far... about an hour, maybe less. worked from...
nice work here. especially those anatomy and long studies.
i don't think anyone answered this, or that you found out on your own already. but... one object can have one vp, in parallel...
some more studies
and some life drawings of my mom sleeping... not so good if i say so myself. too many fidgetty lines. =T
hmm... with the string of floaters, the islands are getting smaller, which indicates they are getting further away, but the spaces between them are staying the same... :nohope:
some heads from ref.