Thanks AestheticMachine. I was quite worried the background wouldn't go with the truck, should of planned it more tbh. Glad you like my stuff.
Here's a few more sketches, learnt a bit about creating foreground and background on a thread somewhere.
hey, your environments, vehicles, buildings etc are great! the hand studies are looking good too . but your faces are lacking structure. the features are drawn well but often positioned too flat on the skull and out of line. loomis is awesome for learning the structure of the head/face. keep up the great work!
Thats a pretty neat program. If you're on a computer somewhere and dont have your photoshop or whatever installed then you can still put down some ideas.
thanks for commenting on my book.
That oil painting of the truck is very impressive considering its...oil. I don't know how you did it actually.
anyhoo, I think your faces need work, I would only work from pictures untill you really get it down. It takes a while but I find portraits are very hard to do from nothing or at a smaller size.
take it easy
The truck is all in oil yes, the background was done with spray paint so maybe that's why it doesn't look very oilish.
Yeah, you're right I need to work bigger. I find it very difficult to get out of my sketchbook.
I thought I drew too many faces and need to work on my anatomy, although you're not the first to mention this so it's obviously a downfall of mine.
Cheers for your comments.
Just working on my knowledge of prespective, never thought there was so much to it.
Wow, nice updates you have in here man! Sketchbook pages are like they usually are, cool, alive and full of ideas.. I really like the vallenties day illustration, that style is kinda graffitish, something like some graffiti writers drop in their blackbooks, evil battle themed, I like that styled stuff.
Btw, it looks like you got a pretty steady hand with your brush.. those sketchbook pages are a4 right? Just some(lot) of those painted things are quite small, but they have quite a lot details, good looking shied, keep rocking.
spark_zero: Thanks, I don't get many comments so cheers for the response.
The most recent sketches are from an A5 book, I realise that I should work bigger though.
Here's a few more for various projects that I might get paid for.
Good thing I like doing what I do