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December 17th, 2007 #1
Pete's Sketchbook (Haven't posted in a few years - see bottom 2nd page)
After a multi-year hiatus, I figured I should start posting again. My new stuff is at the bottom of the 2nd page.
Thought I'd start a sketchbook to see if it could keep me motivated and improve a lot more. I've been pretty unmotivated past few months but now I think I'll be able to churn out a lot more sketches and paintings.
I welcome critique and comments, so please feel free.
Last edited by Peter Stapleton; January 15th, 2013 at 10:26 AM. Reason: Coming back after a few years.
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very solid work!
keep updating man![Jiang.YiFan'Sketchbook]
Sorry for my English.
December 17th, 2007 #3
Yeah agree with that comment
give us more =)
your anatomy looks very good and also very interesting... its extremly "Round"
nothing to crit from my sideI live to draw...
hopefully someday i´ll draw to live (earn money with it )
My NEW [No more GORE] Sketchbook! Come and Crit!
December 18th, 2007 #4
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December 18th, 2007 #5
Sweet rendering skills...
the anatomy can use a bit more work...
but you are certainly promising...
hope to see more
December 18th, 2007 #6
You definitely understand your colour, values and blending on PS. I don't really know what to say. If you spend time on your stuff it comes out glorious....
All that a few of these really need is touching up and they would be great....
So with that in mind...I think the coolest thing to see would be some imagination stuff right now.
December 19th, 2007 #7Registered User
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Your values and colours seem to be at a very high level and the non-referenced salad bowl just blows my mind. With the cut out view and all there might be some tiny perspective problems giving away the secret (like the shadow not being as round as the bowl and the bowl seeming like it would have room for more sallad on the top and left) but the colours fool me completely. I think also control of detail makes the referenced paintings about people look so gorgeous. Gotta learn to think about that myself some day.
On the last sheet of figures, I think the pelvis often looks too small and close to the rib cage. Keep those Loomis-mannequins coming and try get some Bridgeman in your hands some day too. His books give the best sense of keeping the overall proportions with the simplified block figures IMO.
December 19th, 2007 #8
Thankyou all so much for your kind words and help,really helps me to stay motivated:
Creatinity - Thanks so much
ped454 - Thanks, I've been getting pretty down lately becoz I haven't been able to do some images from imagination, I just sit here trying to think about what I should do and stare at a blank screen for a while. I gotta go about in a different way I think.
smuli - Thanks for the awesome comments! When you said "I think also control of detail makes the referenced paintings about people look so gorgeous" were you referring to my portraits of famous people? Also thanks for the tip about the pelvis', I looked at them again today and realised it myself, it amazing how if you go away from what you've drawn for a while and come back you can see lots of mistakes.
Thought I'd render some of the legs I did -
More Hogarth Studies
From life, might be myself... -
Quick photo study -
December 19th, 2007 #9
whaa love your style but as revered to before, just let your fantasy roll out, man you would make tremendous works. Let loose in the bounds of realism.
Just love your light controlMy blackbook sketches
December 19th, 2007 #10
Thanks so much for the advice Krist, it's almost like I'm too scared to create from my own imagination. I don't really know why but it's sort of like my paintings wouldn't live up to my expectations and I'm not ready. Don't worry though, that's how I felt with portraits before so I'm sure I'll get out of that mindset with new pieces.
Here's something old from imagination, I didn't like it, too bubbly, he's supposed to be a giant -
December 19th, 2007 #11
I love this exaggerations!!!!!
and you shading!!!!! you sense of volume is also tremendous!!!!!!!!
hope I get to see more^^
you´re using open canvas I think, is it 1.1 or higher??artwork
nothing special....sadly....but I hope someday^^
when you want to mentor someone, you may want to come here
December 19th, 2007 #12
wow you really got much talent. i like this HALO picture ^^ nice idea to make the anatomy studies with PC.
December 20th, 2007 #13
Fayt - Thanks mate, my most recent post was actually done in photoshop, almost everything else is done in painter.
psy33 - Thanks buddy
I was a bit busy today and didn't get to start drawing until 1am :-|At least I did something right? We had bad thunderstorms with torrential rains and I was busy protecting neighbours houses from flooding all day. That never happens here. It was kinda fun though, only because nothing was damaged
.... I think i'm gonna go sketch some more
Here's some fruit, I ate them after I drew them -
December 20th, 2007 #14Registered User
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Boldly !#!* mate... you got quite a SB going on here... great color study and love those quick sketches from life... keep it coming
December 20th, 2007 #15
Nothing really to crit, very solid SB. Great studies.my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997
www.sevans.co.nz , for more images and to kill time.
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