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Mistakes are more in than the skeletons... :P The color charts work both ways, it helps in mixing color and can be used as a reference when painting (tho I've never done that), it's an exercise...
Flashback: from a model!
last two weeks i kinda worked on this, really an half assed attempt full of obvious mistakes, I know, bleah! i think my brain is ready for a break :D
There's some cool stuff here... it seems to me like you're pretty creative and have talent/inclination for design and color
I'd suggest you to keep drawing mostly with traditional medias for some...
SketchBook: Hey! Your work has good qualities and I like...
Your work has good qualities and I like your color choices! I think you only need to add some edge control (master copies are good for that, photo studies not so good) and textural differences...
SketchBook: good stuff!! Keep it up!
good stuff!! Keep it up!
SketchBook: Nice going, ashess!! I'd say establish more...
Nice going, ashess!!
I'd say establish more clearly the value in the foreground..I like the previous gestures better (just because of the contrasting angles drama :P) I see what you're doin in this...
SketchBook: Man, your animals are always awesome!
Man, your animals are always awesome!
Love these two! great synthesis and nice marks http://www.conceptart.org/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=1474297&stc=1&d=1336159368
Great improvement! :confident
And Remember! Keep the shadows flat, model the edge between light and shade (doing your modeling on light's side), then add reflected light in the shadow!
Great imagination eheh! this "game over" one is pretty hilarious ehehe (but you already had all my attention at the rorschach hi-5ing elephants)... compositionally you have lot of talent! I just wish...
May 17th, 2012
Kristina! How is it going?! What are you up to now? This last one is fantastic! I like a lot this one too http://conceptart.org/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=1432135&stc=1&d=1330466690 and this ...
Ashess! Thanks for the advice :D I tried skipping the drawing part (it's what i do on thumbnails/smaller sketches) but for bigger sizes I like having some lines for some sort of direction, helps me...
May 16th, 2012
SketchBook: Love those pencil sketches! They're great! I...
Love those pencil sketches! They're great! I think you have a good eye for color...altough in my opinion the painting stuff could use some more structural qualities! Have you tried oils?
SketchBook: nice linework in that dragon one! Push the...
nice linework in that dragon one!
Push the silhouettes on these fuckers, make them rock n roll!
SketchBook: awesome progress!!! good readabilty and...
awesome progress!!! good readabilty and rhythm...keep it up! :D
Try making the person on the right (4th thumbnail) allign more with the perspective line of the person on the left..see if it helps!
May 5th, 2012
SketchBook: Good work! A quick way to inject...
Good work! A quick way to inject tridimensionality is via line quality, you see the line that divides the upper eye lid from the eye ball? try to make the line stronger when it gets to the middle...
Thanks a lot! I'm studying here http://artac.org/
You're right about the digital paintings! I've been trying to put digital painting on the back burner: I want to get better at oil painting first...
May 4th, 2012
SketchBook: Hey man! You're studying a lot...you're...
Hey man! You're studying a lot...you're definitely a dedicated guy!
Respect, yo :D
Pay some attention to the line quality, breath! relax! feel one with the pencil! use it gently but firmly! Use...
Nice! good stuff ashess!! :D:D
Distortion is not a bad thing per se, if you achieve it consciously... close vanishing points will simulate the look of a wide angle lens, distant vanishing point will...
SketchBook: Nice! I took you a photograph of a geometric...
Nice! I took you a photograph of a geometric object study, it's not an ideal picture since the drawing was under a reflecting glass but hopefully it can give you some direction!...
Color study of Chase William Merritt's october, and charcoal drawing for a grisaille portrait study. Canvas is 70x90 cm, I think, 35.4 inches tall. Already started putting down major value groups...
Thanks for the link, Book Guru! :D Very handy! Do you happen to know if there a way to get that orange-ish eraser used in architectural drawings? I can't remember the name, I hope you get me!
SketchBook: Lot of work so far! You seem to have an...
Lot of work so far! You seem to have an analytical mind which is great for drawing, so I'm sure you'll get good quickly...keep it up and have fun!
It's great that you're keeping the digital medium...
It's nice to see someone else being as insane as me around here... Dig your anarchic psychedelic style, don't let it die and shine on you crazy walrus!
I think you need to do some studies so you...
He's using Sauce, a russian medium
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