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July 3rd, 2007 #1
shumizu's lazy sketchbook - but its getting better!
This would be my first Thread... and first, maybe i say something about me:
I´m 17 (19 now) and i started that painting and drawing stuff last year. So its a hobby, but maybe i will do it as a job in futur.That would be very cool... Anyway, in September i´m going to an art school, special subject is Graphic (Design).
Im from Switzerland and my english isn´t very well. I´m sorry, but what ever...
I will be better when i´m in school again...
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so, lets begin
first i will start with some studies from last year...
hope you will like it...
July 3rd, 2007 #3
still some older one
July 3rd, 2007 #4
some simpel sketches
July 3rd, 2007 #5
and yeah... critics are alway welcome...
July 3rd, 2007 #6
well, now some new one(not very like it)
July 3rd, 2007 #7
maybe i have to say something for the next studies...
i tried to draw directions. i mean i didnt try to draw muscles and stuff like that...
i was looking for lines wich goes in to the body, becaus the body overcome out of positive forms. and i didnt trie to draw contours. so, if i saw just a contour line, i didnt draw it... hm... i hope you understand. im very sorry for my english
but better you watch my drawings, hope you will like it...
July 3rd, 2007 #8
and this is my last nude studie i´ve done... my favorite... i hope you will like it too...
July 3rd, 2007 #9
Welcome to CA. It's good that you are starting your art endeavor with plenty of life studies. Keep doing that, it will make all the difference. Take some time to flesh some of those out more too, you know, try to finish a few up. I recommend some anatomy books for bone and muscle studies to help your understanding of the underlying forms and the effect on surface values. Good luck at school.
Watch out for Piranhas
July 3rd, 2007 #10
some modelling stuff... it really help, when you first modelling and after that drawing. i think you know better where the important things are...where you should take care.
and yeah, they are just modelling sketches, so i worked fast and thats why that raw surface. but i think it dont need to be smooth for that what i looked for.
July 3rd, 2007 #11
and there´re some casts in gibs.
July 3rd, 2007 #12
for change some speed painting...
July 3rd, 2007 #13
I like your sculptures... they definitely reflect your style of drawing.
Everyone's creative acts, whatever they may be, make constructive form out of the apparent formlessness of our lives ~ Rollo May
July 3rd, 2007 #14
very interesting stuff. i really enjoy the sketches. the speed paintings are nicely done too, the focus effect on the last image is a nice touch.
the sculptures are also very good fo figure reference. nicely done, keep at it and good luck in school - JAG
it's only after you've lost everything, that you're free to do anything..
July 3rd, 2007 #15
Thanks guys for your comments...
July 3rd, 2007 #16
I really adore your life drawings, they have a very blocky feel, somewhat masculine but yet very your style what I see. Try to make the females look a little smoother though.
Keep it up.
I love your speedpaints
July 4th, 2007 #17
well, the next drawing is a character design, or so... this was the first time i tried to do something like that. and, i dont know but in the beginning i didnt get any ideas for my character. i got really problems with the weapon and clothes. what for hairstyle does he have, blablabla... meaby you can give me some tips for next time, what i could do better. that would be very nice.
and i hope you like my drawing as it is now...
July 4th, 2007 #18King of Dragons
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i like your studies. And I love the sculptures. good job man
July 4th, 2007 #19
thanks for the comment...
July 5th, 2007 #20
I really dig your Robo design
it kind of has an erie feel to it
also your speed paintings are quite good
keep it up
and stay in school!
July 5th, 2007 #21
thanks for commenting guys...
July 5th, 2007 #22
That´s very profound work. Those life drawings and the sculpting are an excellent base and it is allready clearly to see that this training serves you well. Also the character work seems to have a good direction of developement.
What stuck out to me was that the sketch of the guy with the breathing mask seems clearer than the colored version.
Otherwise, good stuff. Carry on like that.
A tutor once said to me: "Let your mind go!" and it didn´t come back.
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July 8th, 2007 #23
some older speed painting stuff...
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July 10th, 2007 #24
your lines have a looseness that appeals to me. at times it looks like you don't control where you place them but on second look you actually have a very strong sense of what you're drawing. I think if you control your linework a little more you could create an extremely detailed style thats unlike many.
I also like your digital stuff. you're really starting to grasp more and more of how to colour...and you use painter....that one didn't work out for me
July 11th, 2007 #25
well its still not finished... meaby i have something to chance the hairs and the straw hat... meaby...and i think more ligther.
July 11th, 2007 #26Registered User
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keep up the good work! I like how you don't focuse on one style or medium, but rather you try others areas of art as well! This will keep you from turning dull in the future. And don't worry about your english, it is not as bad as you think it is!
July 11th, 2007 #27
hey dude, your pieces are very good, like the nude girl in post#36. in the last, i think its ok, but i think some things aint right. i think the scythe is out of perspective. it looks like he is tilting it, so the knife part should be more foreshortend imo. antoher thing thats bothering me is the shorts of this fellow. it looks weird, dunno, but you should check that out.. a thing that i use all the time is watching your drawings in a mirror (or if yur using PS use the mirror horizontal option). you will instantly detect perspective errors.
keep at it!
July 11th, 2007 #28
guys thanks for commenting... and TehGosu thanks for the mirror trick, i know this trick, but i not really use, so meaby i have to use it more, yeah i should, thanks for remember me...
September 22nd, 2007 #29Registered User
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Nice book. The girl with the white hair and thick ass is very nice. Tho, I noticed in most of your pics you either hide the hands or dont fill them in. Lets see some more hands in your work. The one of the boy has a nice looking hand so i'm sure you're capable.
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September 29th, 2007 #30