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Facial studies from various artists works:
My criteria before starting I was only allowed to do visual measurements so these couldn't be exact copies, I was to avoid...
Yeah, hi, how's it going :)?
Lol, you don't have to, it's not the critique section after all, but thanks for the feedback anyway.
Good point about bounced light, but the sky dome is more of...
Anyone know how to track the perspective on this? I need help with the splayed tip in particular:
The top sword is what the bottom one looks like without guides. I've...
Painting I did of a buddy's first digital line art:
It sucks in comparison to the quality of the drawing,...
Finally done with these, and it only took me.....6 months. *hangs head in shame*
P.S. If there is anything wrong with them at this stage it's unlikely that I'll fix it unless it's small,...
Hi trOtis, nice studies. One thing I'd watch out for on your 3/4 faces is the eye closest to the camera, you tend to make that a little too long horizontally; don't forgot about the socket the...
Hey Milch, working hard I see :). If I could offer you some advice, I'd say you should work with bigger brushes; there is a lot of visual noise going on with the small brushes you're using in these...
Those recent gestures are starting to look pretty good, keep it up :).
Nice studies. If I could offer you some advice, be a little more careful with your skeletal block in; if that not right, then all the layers you add on top of it won't be either. The same goes for...
Nice studies, I really dig your pen work as well.
Cool enviro's, looks like you put a lot of thought into them.
Rendering exercise in Sai:
Hopefully this helps make arenhaus' point more clear:
I probably added more detail than you would probably want for your style, but the points are the same either...
The focal points always get the most attention rendering wise, everything else gets...
Thanks for stopping by, and for the advice guys :D.
@Adevila Yeah, I do tend to paint the eyes too sharply, I guess in an attempt to make the viewer focus on them, but I should remember edges...
Great sketchbook. I think I just learned something very interesting about composition from your environment paintings. Now if only I could figure out how to paint so loosely, and still have a...
I think you're making the cranium too short in the back, the traps need room to attach underneath it, not to the back of it.
Anyways, there is some really neat stuff in the sketchbook. I admire...
How do you get your brushstrokes to do so much work for you? You use so little strokes and yet it tells a lot. inb4 "practice" <.<
More random sketches:
I don't usually post stuff I don't at least somewhat like, but since this was an exercise, why not?(Edit: spent about 10 more minutes on it):...
Another paintover I did on the Sycra forums, I got carried away and spent 2 hours on it lol:
The original painting is here:...
Small update :P.
Trying to figure out how I want to render anime characters for some full body shots I'm going to be doing, I think I'm happy with this:
Normally I'd do something ultra...
That's good, that means you still have something to learn from doing them. I can tell you're actually trying to think logically when drawing those cubes, which is exactly how you should approach all...
Thanks for coming lion', good to see you still around ^_^.
Some really old, and some relatively new sketches all done in pen:
I have a lot more, but I draw on magazines...
Watching art videos and doodling from my head:
I guess if I get some time I'll try to scan in some random practice doodles I do on scrap paper.
Nice first post. There isn't much else to say at this point, hopefully we'll see more work from you soon :).