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SketchBook: I'm trying to force myself to become less...
I'm trying to force myself to become less dependent on photo references by drawing a few comic-style sketches like these every day, from imagination, which means I'm making errors in anatomy and...
SketchBook: I tried coloring a couple of sketches from...
I tried coloring a couple of sketches from reference again. Lately I've also made more attempts drawing from imagination. I include one such sketch as well.
A few more pictures drawn with photo references. The colours were, however, picked from imagination. Sort of.
Thanks for the kind words, Icedearth. I feel a little bit too dependent on photo references sometimes, though, so I should practice more on drawing from imagination.
December 1st, 2009
Hello. New participant here. This is my version:
SketchBook: Here's a picture I drew for the DSG.
Here's a picture I drew for the DSG.
November 29th, 2009
I got the same impression from looking at your pictures.
I haven't found any either. Ah, well. If I order now I guess I'll get it next year ... Thanks for your answer, though.
November 28th, 2009
That's interesting. I've heard about the wax, and I was wondering how well it handles really tiny details. It would be great fun trying it.
Have you found some store in Europe that sells it, or...
SketchBook: Time flies like an arrow Fruit flies like a...
Time flies like an arrow
Fruit flies like a banana
Anyway, here's a Genestealer from the Warhammer 40k universe:
January 25th, 2009
Big heads though.
I think the composition is a bit confusing. The guy in the back is thrusting his sword through the other guy's chest, right? And he's still holding the sword? Then shouldn't his arm be visible...
SketchBook: Your life studies look really solid.
Your life studies look really solid.
A few 20-minutes sketches before it's time for bed.
SketchBook: I did find time to do two more drawings after...
I did find time to do two more drawings after all.
I will tell you no such thing. Thanks for giving advice. I don't know if I have time to try the tonal range thing this week, but eventually I will. The greater the tonal range gets the harder it is...
I decided to take a break from the martial art guys and nude girls and do something completely different ... like a martial art girl.
Interesting and inspiring SB. I like the way you try out different media. The little sketches from everyday life look great, and your colour paintings make me want to practice my non-existent skills...
Mid-tone practice session.
Attempt number one, another martial arts guy. This didn't work at all:
Attempt number two, random nude chick. Slightly better.
Thanks. Well, I used to think about the mid-tone background thing, but then I stopped for some reason, and I don't think I ever really gave it a try. So I think I'll make a few attempts this evening...
June 29th, 2008
Very convincing gesture (if that's the right word - I'm not a native English speaker) on the girl with sword and pistol. I couldn't come anywhere near it without references and painstaking labour.
SketchBook: Thanks, koof! For some reason I seem to be...
Thanks, koof! For some reason I seem to be getting better results when I start from a black background and then focus on highlights than when I try other methods. But I'm going to learn how to use...
Puddles looks like a sweet little creature, but you don't need to hide him behind that copyright text to protect him from theft.
SketchBook: Photo references used, as usual. 401203 401204
Photo references used, as usual.
SketchBook: A few quicker sketches this time. Reference...
A few quicker sketches this time.
Reference from the first Alien vs Predator-movie:
Two pictures by Christopher Hart used as references:
A few GW-miniatures on my table:...
I'm a bit concerned about her posture. Maybe it's the slanted ground that confuses me, but when I look at her legs I get the impression that her left leg supports nearly all of the weight, which...
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