very well study of nudes i love to see more
I like the inked stuff on that last page. I think you should maybe try rendering things more in a permanent medium (like ink) as an effort to see things more before drawing them. It might build your confidence up further, and help you describe more with less. Or just draw more in pen. Use your line to describe form more, rather than just straight up and down strokes.
Keep crankin out more of that.
One note to you is work on your 3d space.
Remember, there is no such thing as line,
Love those pencil creature designs in post #180, seeing lots of improvement and inspiring ideas in here.
Keep up the great work!
Nice live drawings. The master study stuff is hi def. Eyes are the weakest rendering in the drawing form life. Maybe, check a few loomis head proportions or eye studies.
If you have done so already, then forget that shi-
Just do more life drawings.
Matsign: I gotta get to more loomis studies thanks for the reminder! *tisk tisk* on me! I gotta finish my master study soon... Thanks for stopping by!
More ape studies!
* I gotta crank the volume up to 11 and break the f****n' knob off *
the end of page 6 had some crazy good stuff, such as the valuestudy and that headmonsterthing done in pencils.
Keep it up!
Lakka: Thanks for stopping by!
RandAlThor: Thanks mate! got plenty more on the way!
Mr.Gadbury: Np about stopping by your SB. Thanks for the kind words. Do more thumbnails!
Doing a gift for my god daughter's birthday.
Must draw more from nature.
Hi kaff, the progress from the first post to the last is impressive.As everyone said you made studies in the places you wanted to improve and you improved , so i only have to say to keep up studying anatomy first and trying to understand each body part so that you can play easier with it.
Thanks for stopping by my sketchbook
gardenrusalka: Thanks! Yeah i might push that a bit further.
kingkostas: Thanks! Yeah I need to get on to doing more anatomy studies.
Needed to make more fairy sketches better geared toward my 4 year old god daughter
Last edited by Kaffinated; August 3rd, 2008 at 02:45 AM.
Hey, thanks for the advice. You're right, I don't look at the source material more than my drawing and it shows. Well, I'll be changing that now.
If you want to best "generic" looking fairy of the bunch, I'd say bottom left has that nailed. Big eyes, dainty body, playful posture and expression.
I really enjoyed the little shaman guy in post #180, he looks like he would be pretty mysterious . . .
Aww, I love faeries (I think that is obvious. I want them to feel lighter somehow. Also for your next area of study I would look at feet, they are feeling a bit socklike right now.
The last is very cute, next time I would plan ahead for the silhoette as parts of her get lost against the wings. You want to try to make sure what you draw is clear even if you only drew the outside shape of it. ^^
Good work (you are better at updating than I am, alas).
Hello TV land?
Smoke: Np on the advice thing. I'm here to help to the best of my ability's. thanks for stopping by the SB.I'd like to thank
Blythe: Feet studies are next after I finish my master study. Update your shit, yo! As always thanks for your Input.
Hadesdream:Thanks for stopping by.
>>>> random digimon esc thing i doodle for a update.
>>>>Now back to work on the master study.
Yo Joey! *pops out from under a rock*
I dig the ape studies a whole heap!
Keep doing the do!!
fyi fiiinally update my sb, a tiny bit.
Seattle Sketch Group Blog
Wow, Truly impressed my man.
Seattle Sketch Group Blog
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scanning in markers dosen't work too well. Then again i could be doing it wrong. Anyone got pointers?
For all who haven't seen this gem...