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September 7th, 2008 #27
Yeah, Joh .
Das rechte portrait vom ersten bild und die beiden letzten .. die figurestudies.. sind echt geil! Weiter so, du verbesserst dich wirklich. Diese körperstudien sind super, mach da mal mehr von :p. Alte Meister sind auch immer gut zu üben.
Alles Liebe - Jul
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mouths & Loomis..
September 8th, 2008 #29Registered User
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Klasse neue Arbeiten Besonders die letzten Studien mit feineren Strichen gefallen mir.
Einige sind wirklich sehr qualitativ, wenn du das bei allen schaffst, kannst du richtig klasse Zeichnen.
Ich werde mal wieder was posten, sobald ich was vorzeigen kann, ich mach momentan noch Pause und hab Spaß
Also, auf auf, ich möcht das SB hier mal mit wenigstens einer Seite zum umblättern sehen
September 8th, 2008 #30
Oh man I wish I knew about Loomis when I was 17. Keep up the great work. Did I see a 'The Birth of Venus' copy up there somewhere? Master Copies are great! Just stick to them until they look as similar to the original as you can possibly make them. Keep posting!
September 28th, 2008 #31
Thanks, I'm so glad that I got to know Loomis in this forum!
I bought the "figures in action" book yesterday.
N1ck: ich geb mir Mühe, ich hoff auch dass ich bald mal umblättern kann und einen Fortschritt sehe
Edit: haha, juhu, das ist schon die zweite Seite!
Here some new things.
Last edited by ploepp; September 28th, 2008 at 02:04 PM.
September 28th, 2008 #32
Guuut Johanna! Schau mal, dass du ne schöne, saubere Schraffur bekommst. Sieh dir mal an, wie die alten Meister schraffieren. Die machen oft diese Formschraffur um das Volumen gut darzustellen. Versuch das mal! Bisschen Geduld ist alles. :o
Los geht's, Große! ;D
September 29th, 2008 #33
Danke Juli, das sollte ich echt tun.. (wo kann man sowas gucken?) Wenn ich denn nicht immer zu faul wäre für die sorgfältigen Schraffuren...
I'm working on a new acryl-colors-on-canvas picture for school.
It has to be a mixture between a painting by Caspar David Friedrich and one by Rene Magritte.
I chose these two:
Der Wanderer über dem Nebelmeer (C.D.Friedrich)
Pandora's Box (?) (René Magritte)
and after ca 2 hours my painting looks like this: (bad picture)
Last edited by ploepp; September 29th, 2008 at 03:19 PM.
October 1st, 2008 #34
didn't go as well as usually, I'm a bit tired today
October 2nd, 2008 #35
my mouths suck.
and I can't draw self-portraits! It always looks like a little child or a man
I shouldn't be so impatient with drawing hair.. grrr
October 3rd, 2008 #36
hm still not pleased with it..
October 3rd, 2008 #37
Hmm, weird mouth.
(this is - or will be - a scarf under the chin, i have to finish it later)
Last edited by ploepp; October 3rd, 2008 at 01:39 PM.
October 3rd, 2008 #38
The last one has areally cute style going on, and it's quite the cutie of a sketch, but...
I have to wonder... What is the purpose? To get a cute image drawn? A study of facial proportions? Shapes of the face?
It's a little hard to tell what was it drawn for, which implies that it was just "doodled"... If it's meant to be a study you should have a clear target of what you want out of it - and if you succeed in indulging in this, it will also be clear to the viewer what was the person who drew the picture thinking and doing and hoping to achieve/achieving... instead of just being something that was drawn for the sake of drawing.
(...and it can still be a real cute drawing too.)
Maybe that's a little abstact... eh.
October 3rd, 2008 #39
yea, I think it was indeed just "doodled". Didn't think of anything special. But I can actually see your point, and thanks for that comment!
I think I just want to draw as much as I can at the moment, and always studies are a bit exhausting somehow..
But I also thought it would be kind of challenge to draw this 'puss' (haha silly word), because I have my problems with drawing mouths.
Ah maybe you're right and I should focus more on the effect that a picture or study should have, otherwise I have always the same style and just copy photos. Should draw more 'from life'-things. And not always faces.
I have a lot of work to do, glad I have holidays since yesterday