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I admire how hard you're trying to post in your sketchbook consistently, something I've been trying to do (and failing at) for a long time. You should continue to work on your creature designs,...
Really good studies !!! keep practicing! :)
To get used to painting values, I'd suggest simple forms before you try and tackle something complex like a 1 eyed alien sitting in a dark room with a flashlight. Cubes, Cylinders, Cones, Spheres. ...
Nice updates! Lot of creativety!
Good to see you are still working. Don't let the depression take over! (I know it is harder than it sounds xD)
Less soft-brushing and more hard brushes :V
Ooo, I love Anthony Jones so I'll have to give this a look see. I'm still waiting to see some of those hardcore perspective/form studies from you, A Faux. When you gonna make me happy and do some?...
Great studies mate!! Diggin into it :steph:
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It's great that you're trying to start memorizing/understanding anatomy, as it is an in depth topic and very valuable to you. However, I think it's best if you step back and study perspective first...
Those silhouettes and things from post #327 are looking pretty awesome! Your paintings seem to be improving, too. :)
One suggestion I have is to just push the values a bit more and/or do a few...
hey man good perspective studies but i think those would be a lot more useful if done by hand. helps to train the muscle memory when it comes to drawing straight lines. nice studies nevertheless....
Hello, nice SB, it's nice to see you're being productive.
One tip would be to refrain from using so much of the soft brush. It flattens images and gives it kind of a cheesy 80's airbrush art look.
I can see you have strengths in perspective, use of the tools of your trade; hardware and software, tone, shape design and lighting, congrats! Glenn Vilippu, Michael Hampton and Mike Matessi are also...
you should try to look more at bridgeman or loomis and do more studies you faces will look a lott better
Hi! Cool SB. Nice to see you're studying perspective, hit it hard! Try doing some more finished (fully rendered) pieces, and don't get too caught in the lines.
AAAH PERSPECTIVE :0
I would suggest to use less thick lines to draw it but oh well. Great that you study it. It reminds me that I should study it more myself too.
Hey James. Great sketchbook. I see what you meant about the lines- you seem to be measuring aand spare with your marks than I am. I like it. May I challenge you to do a nature study outdoors and post...
wow. those siluettes from your last post are neat. you just neeed those b/w stuff, and imagination is doing the rest ^.^
looking forward to your holiday's posts!
cool stuff - great use of values! keep working hard!!
Hey yo, the experiments are very interesting, especially the enviros. Push on!
sorry, bro.. but this one don't make any sense...
but i love this snowman silhouette @#275 :)
studying is the way to go. like the last update you can rly have your way with those shapes :)
Hey man thanks for checkn out my sb. Nice workload and imagination. For the Studies, make sure you get the core gesture before hitting the contour, it would give you a better starting point and...
sweet imagination and concepts! overall this SB is diverse and beautiful.
When you finish a piece balance out the soft brush strokes with hard brush strokes. just balance it. Soft brushes may...
Work a little more on refining also try experimenting using chalk brushes with a hard edge for both blending and detail. Try to build up your visual library and challegne yourself draw things you...
Damn thats some pretty cool enviromental! Seriously!