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READ FIRST: If you consider this a TL;DR (too long; didn't read) then this is what I said: Take criticism, learn from it, improve, have fun. Use references and draw from imagination.
Thanks, although after seeing his works in person it's abundantly clear that he's riding a golden cloud of goodness above us mortals. His work really is on another level.
To answer your question,...
Cool thanks a lot everyone, I'm really happy to hear that you guys are inspired.
I am definitely feeling inspired myself lately, and a lot more motivated to create and so I'm really glad to hear...
feel like shit
some studies and a whatever
Hey Exon, thanks for the comments on my SB. Good work on the anatomy studies, you clearly are working hard on that!
I really like the fact that you write comments on your sketches. I think...
i can pretty much split the contents of my square sketchbook into three categories.
could probably use another though.
like imaginative sketches /doh
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Ok mates, happy new year to everyone. Now i came back home and even while i am having uni exams in a week, i will try to keep up drawing like crazy :). Now its time to...
ooh indian gods I see??
thanks so much guys really appreciate all the positive energy, got sooooo much work i need to get done at the moment, good times!
Bhanu- hopefully an oil painting man cheers for the support
These are some of the images I've done after work to switch gears from studio related subject matter, but mostly to try and get better.
I don't feel in any way like i've got all the answers, and...
i wanted so bad to get away from this site, but now i'm glad to be back CA. thanks for helping my drawing skills improve by making me feel less alone and hopeless as i practice. this place really...
You're pretty articulate for a 17 year old.
No, it's not too late.
I'm 25 and just starting out. I hope to be doing something in the industry by the time I'm 30.
currently I am working on some copies from masters(pencil sketches) to get my hand used to(record the application of light with pencil to my hand muscle memory) strong use of light...
Tasser: thanks buddy- His stuff is really cool, thankyou for sharing that!
Phatandy: Hehe thanks mate- my fate is unsealed as always, unfortunately i still need to work pretty damn hard to get...
Something from the soft sciences dept. for us to freak out over:
Warning, there're some scary stories in this article. Might serve...
Nice studies - I think you need to look more at the fluidity/motion of the figure from imagination, (eg. #135 - nice design but very "stiff". He lacks.... expression/emotion)
it's my catwoman! they already had the batman designed, but i did the catwoman and 15 other alternate designs. there's one catwoman thing in particular i think might wind up someplace prominent,...
Just a crappy oil painting of me... the transition from jaw to neck is quite horrible, I know :/ - any critiques are appreciated!
love the tags http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1620122/dreamy.gif
Unlink40 - Keep up the great work!
monsi - Thank you
l0stinth0ughts - Always competition!! Always someone who will kick my butt - thank god!
prsnsweeney - Thank you. It's a mixed bag of...
Bridgman Studies are looking good. I think you need a reminder to be more confident with your lines. Get in the habit of knowing what stroke you're going to make, then making it. Stop and take a...
Exon-Ion thanks- they are from two different sittings
La Fontaine Medici à Paris
awesome studies! that's what i loveee to see! go go go, draw draw draw!!
like i promised here's what inspired me the other day from Drawn To Life by Walt Stanchfield:
you can read more here.
video about Walt Stanchfield.
Yautja892 thanks paper thickness of my sketchbook 170 gsm and other paper i`m using is 220.
NickyBeats thanks appreciate it!
Le musée d`histoitre naturelle in Paris and a collage of recent live...