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Nice stuff man and nice to see you updating. About the faces I would try putting down a general tone first (saving the absolutely brightest parts) and then going darker from there. As they are now I think there is too much contrast (thinking about the "earl" one).
In the car sketch, the line thickness could vary for more depth, maybe some dark parts, perhaps in the fore ground?
Keep it up!
Very cool sketchbook you have going here man!
The life drawings are really gona help you in the long run I dont do enough of it. Keep it up man till next time -Jamie
sketchbook updated October 6th
I been dropping by here secretly as a stalker without leaving loving encouragements, my bad! the midterm looks superb, everything else is still you too. The way you just scribble something to life is your own thing, I just hope to see it more simplified a bit. More meaningful searching if you know what I mean? Take care.
Well,hey! This last batch of stuff is really interesting, I'm diggin it. The girl laying and the red piece are my faves from this most recent batch.
You've done some really great drawings recently, specifically this
represent what I think is a harmonious convergence between your fast and loose doodlin' style and a more sophisticated, thought out finish. Do more like these!
Hey guys, I just made a video of my big sketchbook from 2006. This was from July to December. I might make videos of more recent ones soon.
Click this link to download: sketchbook2.mov NSFW
Last edited by eminkey2003; November 24th, 2009 at 11:23 PM.
I was just imagining all of your doodles turning into vector art, seriously love all those cartoons you keep popping out. I mean the one with the bunny at the party, simply awesome. I'd love to see more of those.
nice style dude , i see room for improvement but yeah i like some of the pieces here
have a good weekend
The only real failure is the failure to try
I was going to suggest slightly changing the composition on the monster sketch and then when I scrolled down, I saw you already did that
Nice updates, it´s going to be interesting to see how the sculpture turns out.
The next two paintings from class:
Both 11 x 14"
- I tried different things with the second one, and I learned that you can paint light to dark or dark to light, at least with oils. The same probably goes with color temperature (cool to warm/ warm to cool).
- Keep the sketch underneath close to the color that you'll paint on top, or you won't get pure color or close to it.
- Sometimes you should start with the most saturated part of the color so that the rest of it is sure to have vibrant color and not get muddy. It seems dumb, but apparently you put straight-from-the-tube saturated colors on the palette for a reason. You don't have to start by adding white or other colors to them.
Last edited by eminkey2003; October 8th, 2009 at 01:35 AM.