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Errrr, if you say so... We must be thinking of two different Rembrandt's.
OP, take good note of Flake's list. I'll add manet and degas, just because I love them. Hell, here's a few more too;
I haven't posted in ages... I'm no longer in school full time after having ran out of money, but I'm still in class once a week. Here's an old drawing from a David Kassan workshop, and 2 paintings
Leonardo created chiaroscuro, the use of light and shade in painting, almost every western artist that has come after him has in some way used what he developed
Check out this drawing of his, it's...
If you're going to smudge, don't forget to add a few sharp edges here and there, things can get very soft very quickly (especially if you're going to use those alphacolours) :)
He uses a variety of stuff, but I know for sure that he uses these a lot. He also smudges with his hands, and uses the blade of his hand...
You just need to sharpen your pencil, press lighter (at first), and learn about edges
The last one you posted is actually a lot better
Don't even worry about being loose, you'll get it with...
Cool stuff, where do you go to school? I recognise Liz, JJ, and Roxanne, possibly dick and Lynda too :p
Jealous that you get to paint with Cheetham!
What he said. Everyone who calls themselves an artist should own this book, without question.
I've heard good things about both...
Whoever lives nearby, and hasn't already been, REALLY needs to go and see this show...
No reproductions do this man justice. At all. I honestly never really liked his work all that much seeing it...
Hey man, I was the guy in Ignat's class today, told you I would stop by here :p
You stuff is pretty solid, I recognize most of the models :) Your dynamic sketching pages are awesome too!
This is why it's important to really know anatomy. There's more back there than you would think.
I just found this on google quickly, but you should really invest in a good book (like the...
All figures and a skull
The skull was from life, and the figures are a mix of life and one master copy
The clothed figures I did during jury duty, as well as the prud'hon copy
What on earth are you using to get those rake-brush type lines? It's actually a really nice touch
Little update since I haven't posted anything in a while
Studies, gestures, and sketchbook pages
Starting with some naked people
Just a little post this time, a few things from costume quick sketch today, 3 and 5 minute poses
Our teacher (mark mcdonnel) brought in some animation paper for everyone to try and I have to say,...
Update time :)
Some naked people to start off with, standard
Thanks for commenting my sketchbook man!
You're doing some good stuff! I especially like the 3 guys at the top of #610, and also the portrait of your girlfriend. Be careful with that one though,...
Annnnd some more :)
Studies of raphael and michelangelo, and 2 little drawings of people while I was watching an amazing painting demo by ignat ignatov
Just a little update this time :)
I never noticed before I saw it on the screen, but the head is too small in the middle pic... I kinda like the rest of it still though
The last pic was about...
Another long delay.. Oh well, here's another big dump, some more life drawings (all short poses), some sketchbook stuff, and a cast :)
Thanks for the comments rhoads/ james!
Three pages of drapery and not one Durer?
Do you have any examples of older portraits? I have a feeling you've just become better over time at seeing your mistakes, and drawings that you would have been proud of in the past don't cut it...
I think these make a nice pair personally