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wow i forgot i had this! 1884567
new drawing done this morning.
clearly you can draw and render, I think it would help this image out if you moved the background "back". to create some seperation between the figures and the wall. Right now it's alittle busy.
before the chalk, go to home depot and buy some knee pads!
some of the best work on this site, bravo!
these are very interesting, almost like flipping through national geographic.
:::raises left eyebrow then right:::: so it was, murder!
bring a camera, that's what degas did.
that's pretty sick work.
this is amazing, i want it now!
i LOVE this. excellent use of photofly! you should post more of these.
god i wish it were a tad less expensive, i'm already spending thousands on a camera!
this thing looks so nice.
I am a fan of his.
If it can draw directly onto the computer, like as you draw, that would be the best. unfortunately it would probably kill their tablets. also i'm curious about the sensitivity, it's a ball point pen,...
Long time no post, here's few things
****edit***** my goal with this post is to get more views than the dick picture above my post. :)
i use the smudge tool, works fine for me. A lot of my friends use it too.
this and along with all those philip bloom videos.
I like her expression, her arm and her ribcage looks alittle off. did you use any reference for this? I'm not sure the background works on this image.
this is outstanding! love the expression and glare.
i do alot of drawing people on public transportation. i do it with a ball point pen, but in my head i'm also imagining how i would paint it. and what i would simplifly and what i would leave out.
irwin greenberg was a mix of teacher/ story teller/ comedian /santa claus/ hero.
that first image is beautiful!
the last image looks alittle wonky. i look forward to seeing more of your work
vermillion isn't toxic, it's RED.
yes i think it would be better for sure. while you continue working on this piece remember to bring all the elements together more. right now it's alittle collagey. bounce some of the color from the...