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Sooo uh, I've been here for a while under another handle, but never really contributed any art, so I figured it'd probably be better if I got a fresh start with an art post...
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edits: crit away please!
Last edited by serhc; February 9th, 2010 at 11:31 PM.
A couple of new images, and I cleaned out the first post of some of the less crucial pics
The second one was done as a 90 minute portrait assignment for stevekim's class
edit: added the one from the first post here
Last edited by serhc; December 28th, 2007 at 09:39 PM.
hi! nice sketchessss man!
Thanks for the commentos guys, here's a new batch, again done for stevekim's class:
I've recently rediscovered deviantart for its nude stock photos, so I guess I'll be having a lot more naked people in this sketchbook, haha
Last edited by serhc; November 16th, 2007 at 09:10 PM.
The skinny-ness of your characters reminds me of Samurai Champloo and the manga 'Ares'. I like your style a lot. It's very rare to see and with some refinement it'll get even better. Hope to see ya round
take your time on some sketches.
i agree with murdokx, finish something
sketches are looking good though, they have style
My sketchbook: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...106521&page=11
octopus_interphone: Thanks, I'll go back and look at those again and keep an eye out for it in the future
ped454: Thanks! I'm trying to refine my lines, giving them more meaning and such. Hopefully they'll be a bit tighter in time
Cold: Thanks yoo, and thanks for taking the time to return-looking at my sb, hehe
ABC: Will try to do that. I tend to compartmentalize when I'm drawing, separating referenced from imaginative work...what skills I have don't seem to carry so fluidly - thanks for bringing it to my attention!
MurdokX: Thanks, will do. I will fight down my impatience :]
ajvenema: Hopefully I'll get a finished piece up here soon :] thanks
New scribbles from sketcher, with bits added in PS where the limited page size of sketcher wouldn't let me do more
thanks naomi, means a lot from you
thanks warlock, not sure what the second part means though
Some new sketches, done on paper - it's a little less scribbly than the digital stuff, I think
Edit: sorry, these might be a little light on some monitors...it seems a little inconsistent
Last edited by serhc; December 14th, 2007 at 10:40 PM.
Nice updates loops You got good line quality in these pencil sketches and THERE ARE DETAILS no way...
I suggest doing more studies and drawing from referance more often. the proportions on your figures are a little off sometimes, mostly the hands and feet are smaller than they should be. I like the first one lots o cool hands
see you in sketcher
kanoodle: thanks yo, will practice those things :]
grenappels: haha, thanks dude, so do i, and looks like i got some catching up to do. we should get some kind of sketch group together or something
so this is another model from reference, and it's pretty obvious i got more than a little work to do with colors :| any suggestions are highly welcome
Lovely sketches, i think you do very well on the rhythm of your drawings, you got very good gestures and interesting stylization, keep working .
post 22: I dont have very good eye to colors but i think adding a bit more saturation in the midtones might help, it keeps the piece from looking muddy
i think the ONLY thing i can crit on is to work a bit more on anatomy
you've got a good color sense, and a wonderful sense of weight and movement in your figures.
a very very good sense of it!
Incessant Doodlings of a Wandering Mind (my sketchbook)
"Avoidance of what you can't draw well doesn't stimulate growth." -Cory Trego-Erdner
"Only the mediocre are always at their best."-Jean Giraudoux
renegade: thanks, i'll keep that in mind for later paintings
ignomi: thanks i'm doing a couple of actual figure studies as i'm writing this, but i don't have access to a scanner, so they'll have to be put up...later, i guess, haha
so anyway, here's another one from sketcher
yeah, apart from some anatomy issues, great work!
i really like the moleskine pages, your figures and faces have a sense of delicate vulnerability in them.
looking forward to more!
Speedpainting in artrage! Getting uncomfortable with colors, going for a brighter, smilier feel...I think it was pretty successful :] The colors are a bit more vibrant than usual, which makes me happy
...though now that I look at it again, I probably should've left the bird out