I have some more work that I scanned in/took a picture of, but I couldn't piece one of them together in photoshop right.
Because I had to scan it in 2 parts since it was big.
I was trying to get the alignment right and I just couldn't do it to save my life.
I was able to do it for both regality pictures, but I forgot how to now.
Oh well here's one of the pictures I taken of it. Others are in the post below this one.
I completed this around last week and it was done completely in prisma color pencil. By the way, yes that is the same woman on the other paper that has a lot of people on it. I have fun drawing her for some reason.
I did this first apple drawing a few days after my birthday which was the 18th of this month and it was done completely in my new NUPastels!
This next apple drawing was done in class with prisma color pencil. It was finished last week.
This was done in charcoal and I tinker around with it every once and awhile so it's not exactly complete. I still haven't decided if I'll draw the face in or not.
I completed this 2 days ago.
This was a quick figure sketch that I did in class today.
I did this quick sketch when I was sitting at this new restaurant called the Mediterranean Village. This is what I was looking at forward and to the left. I didn't have too much time to put in that much detail or straighten my lines up perfectly. xD Mom kept telling me to eat.
Well that's all folks~ And hopefull I can finally use the Rembrandt oil paint and Gamblin paint soon! I can't wait!
Oh and any C&C are welcomed and respected. It gets very lonely in here so please do leave a comment.
Last edited by Queen Nehalania; May 15th, 2008 at 11:44 AM.
Hey nice start , its great your are making notes when you are doing anatomical studies one thing i have found that helps it break things down into stages if your are learning basic figure measurements ie. leg is 4 heads hips is 1 head blah blah, don't spend 3 hours on it try and get a quick method. I suggest using a bit of thick chalk/charcoal and make a suggestive mark for the appropriate length for each section and it should only take 20- 30 secs for a whole figure do it stack of times until you can easily think of a section in your head and know its length. Any way just a suggestion i hope it goes well for you snd keep up the top effort!!.