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well i really need to stop bieng lazy and start working,theres alot i need to work on,so if u have advice,throw them in
Last edited by Moftah; April 24th, 2008 at 11:19 PM.
Looks like i want see more of it. The girl face is ace and the hand studies are slick as well.
these are all very impressive! I especially like the portrait of the girl. (your shading/line work have a very clean/interesting look to them)
Post more soon!
slipping some design to it
Lovin the lion and the color. Also liking the girls face the shading looks spot on. keep up the good work.
Boaah, i love that girl portrait in your first post.
Great skills, show me more!!!
nice stuff man! the girl with'r head on the book is VERY nice.
very nice start, love the girl with the head on the book, great drawing, rendering all around. i wouldn't worry about rendering your hand studies, you understand how to render, I would just focus more on structure and form when doing studies to get more on paper. Very nice sketchbook, can't wait to see more.
hey..thanks for dropping by...and for the link...
it really seems full of valuable insights!
you got a good thing going on there...i hope to see more!!
fake plastic tree or a brand new olive?
hey thanks for the comment (: and the kick in the pants .
love your book. great perspective on the portraits. i'd say do more!! lol. keep pluggin.
Man you've got some great stuff! Your leg studies are great, and I love your style. Keep posting.
Check out my sketchbook.
Hey Mofta, I LOVE your work!
That lion is fantastic... so is the girl in the first post!
have any more pencil portraits?
I absolutely love your line quality, mmm mmm scrumptious.
really nice concepts so far look farward to whats to come.
Hmm, nice experimenting
seriously busy doing nothing at all!!!!!
nice lady, any chance of finishing it completely? in color?
I'm just curious!
Hello there, thanks for the comment in my sketchbook, very much appreciated I really like what you're doing, especially the japmonk one, the first portrait and that last one too. Too bad you're like me and don't update more often
looking forward for moooore
15th of april 2008
I really like the way the head resting on the book came out. Keep it up.
Mofta, thanks for the kind words in my SB. Your stuff is absolutely awesome... the line work is superb! I like how you find angular shapes in the figure.
If I could make a suggestion about digital painting based solely on the two you have up, it'd be to try to treat the medium a little more like acrylic. In the two you have up you seem to be working with washes at low opacity, like water color, this tends to give the work that "digital strokes" look. This isn't a bad way to work per se, but I found a major "ah-ha" moment for me came the first time I tried a basic round at 100% opacity with the opacity jitter set to pen pressure. You can lay in your washes and block in your colors, then just color pick with the eyedropper from the painting to work midtones and transitions.
I hope that's helpful, not redundant. Just my 0.02!
Again, thanks for stopping by my book!
18th of april 2008