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There's this certain trend my classmates and other (digital) artists follow.
They want to be fast and are not willing to take their time to observe the model carefully.
Because everyone says that a...
zoo drawing session, it was so much fun!
Live Portrait Session at the Games Academy
4th session - I notice how I'm getting faster and more confident
This is a great sketchbook!
I like the way you see things, it reminds me of myself haha!
I especially like your cartoon stuff, nice style.
Keep it up :-)
life drawing is really relaxing
my third life drawing session in frankfurt downtown, it was great, because the wheather was shiny :D
design is everywhere! I needed to reconstruct these objects, to understand the designs!!!
They stand for innocence.
I like flowers, I like children - combining them in one illustration has an indescribable expression.
There's so much you can learn by changing the medium.
Drawing in Frankfurt at Sunday shopping with Anna Jacob, Andreas Franz, Andreas Menkhoff, Elias Aboulkacem, Felix Botho Haas, Michael Lückhof and Paul Kunz
I drew my mum when she was asleep in my bed, next to my totoro plush. :-)
I am Patrick Deza, 20 Years old and I am a student in my last term at the Games Academy Frankfurt (Germany).
My skills include: Photoshop, 3ds Max, Z-Brush, Mudbox
For any questions,...
Thanks everybody! I will try to update my stuff at least once in a week :-)
I actually wanted to post only new stuff, but as a thank you, I will show you a drawing that I'm pretty proud of.
You are one of the best german artists! For sure! =)
Hello and welcome to my sketchbook.
In this thread I will document the things I observe in my life.
I will start with some life drawings that I made downtown Frankfurt, Germany.
This is one of the very first collaborations with my girlfriend.
In this piece the two of us are below an oak with a heart carved on the trunk. It symbolizes our never ending love for each other.
Here are the anatomystudies! I used Bammes as reference as it's in my opinion the best anatomy book for artists. The muscles and bones arent distorted but really clearly illustratred.
Last weekend I have been at the DAF Con (Digital Art Forum) and met some awesome artists including Robolus
The sketches below were done at the convention.
I also made a lot of anatomy studies...
The sculpey one was a concept art exercise: topic - mermaid.
Nice sketchbook :D
The face studies are great
*checking the other 54 pages*
A Naruto Fanart!
Yep a bishonen fanart which was requested by a 13 year old girl.
It's just a WIP, I will get it finished on monday.
The Hellboy head took about 2 hours.
I like the depth in your drawings and paintings.
Keep it up =)
i love the expression in your characters :D
they are great