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Thread: tsimps: sketchbook
August 30th, 2007 #1
I'm a first time poster looking to get some feedback from you fine folks and hopefully improve my work. I thought I'd get the ball rolling with one of my more finished sketches from a while back- will hopefully have a whole lot more soon!
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August 30th, 2007 #3
More would satisfy my mind! :3
August 30th, 2007 #4
definitely want to see more!
very good start! only crit would be to make the under-water part more "under"-water bei adding some broken-light-texture to the creatures back. and defining the line where the water starts ( under/over water)
September 1st, 2007 #5
its very well painted,composed.i like the perspective and lighting.keep posting.
September 26th, 2007 #6
September 26th, 2007 #7
Brilliant!....I want more more MORE!...fantastic!
September 26th, 2007 #8
October 15th, 2007 #9
Very nice stuffz 8) I'm all about your Nessie!
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October 15th, 2007 #10
The first and last paintings are brilliant, I really like them.
October 15th, 2007 #11
wow very awesome paintings.. impressive indeed... keep up the great work!
October 24th, 2007 #12
Painting turned out sweet!
I saw what gid sent you and agree on what changes he suggested. Especially about the leg. Think I brought that up with you once before. And the area that draws my eye atm is out the window - not that that is necessarily a bad thing. Just thought I'd mention.
Beautiful colour and tone though. And the translucency of the plants is beautiful - esp that one upright leaf on the left. Cool as.
One thing that bugs me - dont know how you painted the window framing (the joins between each little pane of glass) but it seems to perfectly linear and regular for your style. So much so that I'm getting a weird optical illusion thing when I look at it. Little pale dots at the crossing points. Weird! Maybe a little variation in the line or tonal variation would stop it - or maybe it perfectly mirrors what you are trying to say about urbanisation and our modern backyard - very sterile yet dirty, clean and full of endless possibility, yet caged in....
Great piece anyways. I've finally started posting on here again! woop! lets get our sb's cranking!
Ps. hows work? Say hi to Rodders for me
November 26th, 2007 #13
Nice work on the paintings! I really like the way you still retain a really painterly style. The luminous leaves on the plants are wayy cool.
Great tutorial on light by the way... Its in my favourites...
P.s. Your painting reminded me to water my plants...