Yes, man, share your bounty! I've been looking for a 3D head for blender or sketchup for aaaages! Awesome work!
Fantastic line quality on your hands man.
We are now in Seattle. Two week road trip from Vermont to Connecticut, then Allegheny Forest, PA; Chicago, IL; Sioux Falls, SD; Bighorn Forest, WY; Yellowstone, WY; Helena, MT; and finally...
Two weeks since I fell off the face of the planet and such improvement! Scorn and envy! Troll harder, son. Since I'm on my phone, I can't link efficiently, but you did a face study a few posts back,...
Duude... getting good. Getting real good.
You poor bastard. I grew up in CT, loathesome place. I'm so sorry that you're stuck there.
I agree though - before you take off, you'll need to ground yourself financially. Get your debt in order...
Prelims from this hellish comic book I'm working on.
...nothing beats a real cadaver.
I agree with Omen Spirits on all levels here, except with one caveat. You can be all of these things, but it'll keep you on the bottom. It is possible, however, to pull yourself out of that mindset....
Fuckin' A, dude. Fuckin' A.
Yep. The student loan industry is an extraordinarily powerful, lucrative political entity while, apparently, still having the gall to call themselves "non-profit." And we thought the housing crunch...
Hmm... so Jeff... if I get this straight, you're saying that the secret to art is hard work and dedication?
Poppycock! SHARE YOUR SECRETS.
But no. Really. Yes. I hear it, but I'm not believing...
Thanks for the comments on my SB, fellow Fruit-Brethren!
You've got a pretty sweet inclination for comic stylings. You could try getting more value into your work rather than focusing entirely on...
God damn dude, this stuff is looking better than better.
Enjoy my massive floating face.
Somehow, my subscription to your thread is broken. Alas.
Nice studies on your facial structures and the like.
Hey FrancisBacon! U HAVE A VRY NICE SKETCHBOOK I LIKEIT.
I really want to see more out of your life studies. It seems to me like the edge of the page is really confounding you... try a larger...
I would like to see a sticky about the physical hazards of artwork - from bad posture to the carpal tunnel, oil allergies, eye strain, whatever. I think it'd be a good resource for the community to...
Also, I'm gonna sig link you.
Practice, man. You draw pages and pages of noses. Different people learn differently, some just need to study noses from life. Others learn the geometry of the nose and break it down into blocks....
And a note about lighting in composition, a good place to start: http://ennisart.blogspot.com/2011/02/effect.html