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Thanks Kerah and Minella.
Here are a few gestures I really enjoyed. 1min(blue), 2min(dark blue) and 5min(black)
I love your focus on fundamentals. It's refreshing. Keep it up and thanks for visiting my sketchbook :)
I will try bigger brushes next time. Thanks Umbra :)
Master Study of Thomas Moran. About 1.5 hours.
I wanted to focus on colour with this study. It was really tough and I'm not too pleased with the result but I definitely learnt alot.
A Renoir study and sketches for my final project this next semester.
The project is going to be the world of a doorman. The interactions he has with other characters of all sorts. Around that I'll...
Another school project poster.
Vector art can be really great sometimes :)
Sounds awesome Umbravita.
Best of luck to you! :) We're all rooting for you.
Excuse my amateur question, but I just don't understand. How you are so good with lighting? How do you light your scene so realistically and convincingly?
This last piece is amazing by the way :)
Thank you very much Zipfelzeus :) If you mean the tiger on the top of page 9 (post #241) then no I won't continue working on it. I just wanted to have some fun with it.
Here's a little something...
I really like the wolves in this latest sketch. They have a lot of personality.
And the latest study is super too :)
Yay! page 10!
Rev - Thank you. That's a good idea.
Umbravita - I'll take your advice. Next gestures will be 30 seconds :)
Sprogis - Thank you so much for taking the time to explain and draw...
Wow that's really impressive. You must have built quite a large visual library already :)
Thanks for the quick response.
You make me want to attempt to draw landscapes in sepia pencils :)
Just wow :)
A small question. How early in the process do you being to use reference and of what kind?
I love the red tones you add to the face in such delicate and precise points such as her right cheek and her upper neck.
Well done :)
I like both the final and the WIP. I'd they are two separate, great pieces :)
Oh dear I love your work so much :)
I love reflected light. You can really see it well on the tall glass in the far back.
Good work :)
I really love your pencil work.
By the way I saw you were having trouble with painting skin. I recently read a very interesting blog post on Muddy Colours by Howard Lyon. It explains a bit about...
I adore your pencil work. Way to go!
I also really really liked your self portrait in post #303. The colours are wonderful. Very dramatic.
I prefer the one which is completely blue but regardless I like them both :)
I love the forest adventure piece :)
I love those animal studies they are superb!
I see a lot of improvement on this page.
Well done and keep drawing :D
Excellent still lives.
Keep it up :)