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October 25th, 2009 #391Registered User
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i really admire your hardwork and dedication. I also read about your scholarship story. great stuff, I hope your journey will take you places
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Thanks a lot y'all!
Here's my 2nd charcoal cast drawing, done at Angel Academy of Art. Medium is charcoal on paper.
As with the first cast - It's not "art" per se, but an exercise in drawing; and the point of this exercise was to copy the cast as closely as possible in order to learn how to see. And the better an artist can see, the easier it will be for them to interpret (not copy) a subject later, in their very own manner and style; and that's the point of the program.
And a new digital painting: Awakening Giants
People frozen in ice for the last few millenia - it is only now that while the ice melts due to global warming, they are starting to thaw! XD What will the future bring when the giants emerge?
No idea how I got the idea; it just came out that way and was a lot of fun to paint. (lasso tool ftw!)
Photoshop and Wacom tablet, +-20 hours? A couple of days.
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October 27th, 2009 #396
they look like they've been shrink wrapped a little more than iced, i think cuz if you're in ice then everything is blurred quite a bit, but the effect is nice either way
the cast is gorgeous, really nice soft lighting.
November 3rd, 2009 #397
Teundeboer, thank you
Ariel9, grazie mille =)
Hans, yes it looks better in real. I'd have scanned it but that seemed too risky XD
hp, thank you yeah, shrinkwrap XD Sacrifying realism for spectacular effects I guess.
Here's a bunch of new stuff from Angel Academy of Art. Short poses / life drawing:
And my very very first cast painting! Yaaay! Done using oil paints en grisaille, that means using only black and white, with a wee bit of burnt umber to keep the grays from getting too cold. Took just a couple of days because the cast was a very simple one.
New finished charcoal figure drawing. - La Serenissima (II)
Sorry about the crappy photo quality in these two. :/
November 3rd, 2009 #398Registered User
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Awesome update. The cast drawing is so cool.. It seems abit grainer than other cast drawing i seen coming out from angel academy. Just wondering why? The digital painting is very interesting. The concept is both mystical and surrealistic. Keep it coming..!
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November 8th, 2009 #399
Hihi, hab ich dich hier gefunden.
Ich wette, dass dir das Ölbild um einiges leichter gefallen ist als die Kohlesachen... Aber die hast du ja auch drauf, absolut! Ich mag auch die Lineart bei den Kurzposen. So selbstsicher!
November 9th, 2009 #400Registered User
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its great art!!!! im inspired....
November 10th, 2009 #401
Beautiful work very inspiring
keep it up looking forward to seeing more
till next time -Jamie
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November 22nd, 2009 #402
My roommate lets me borrow her book "Drawing Course" by Charles Bargue and Jean-Leon Gerome, and I'm copying a bit from it:
Digital painting dating from spring 2008; a commissioned work for Paul Mallinson's book "Girls Kissing". The book was released only recently, so I could not publish the illustration online earlier.
Even though it's a tiny bit dated now, I still like it a lot. If my client is happy, so am I!
Painted using Photoshop and Wacom tablet, as always.
November 22nd, 2009 #403
Schön fleißig, wunderbar! =)
What about that drawing book, anyway? It is something you could recommend to others, too? *always interested in good drawing books*
November 25th, 2009 #404
those are some cool studies, and a very beautiful book cover i wish there would be a movie scene like that
November 25th, 2009 #405
Awakening Giants= awesome digital painting
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November 26th, 2009 #407
your stuff is great, keep it up.
November 27th, 2009 #408
Kinky stuff you got in the the last one.
keep on posting MOER!!! OM NOM NOM NOM!!!
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November 28th, 2009 #409
Seyreene, danke :)
oren90, thank you !
Robert, thank you :D
Lumo Graphite, thanks :)
My57, thanks, here is moar :D
Charcoal figure drawing done from life, about 3 weeks.
Portrait of a co-student, her name is Giulia :) Here at Angel Academy, we have an extra portrait drawing group every monday and tuesday, after the regular school hours in the evening; for the masochists (like me) who want to draw 7 or 8 instead of the usual 6 hours a day. It's really fun, we can use any medium and method we want! I used pencil here.
Oh, did I mention I love experimenting? This is an abstract art work done using bananas, yogurt, sugar, flour and spices, in a loaf pan. It is titled "Moist Christmas Spiced Banana Bread", and I think the medium and method serve its purpose pretty well. :)
My boyfriend loved it :D
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December 4th, 2009 #410
Guilias portrait is so lovely. Ich mag es wirklich eine Menge
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December 12th, 2009 #413
forget about the artworks I'll go with the "Moist Christmas Spiced Banana Bread" ..I'm hungry now.. *drool*...
anyway moving on to more great stuff there like the awasome charcoal drawing it looks beautiful and the pose is intresting the portrait looks awasome as well
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January 3rd, 2010 #415
Sandy, vielen Dank
Artofinca, thank you!
oren90, here's a piece of banana cake for you! thank you!
Pepe, muchas gracias!
New digital painting, Photoshop & Wacom tablet and too much time, as always
The Valentino's Last Battle
Speedpaint of Sirius Black at age 18 or so...
More to come soon, now that the holidays are over and have a couple days at home left before I return to art academy in Italy!
Wishing you all an inspired, art-filled, awesome New Year!
(my only resolution: draw moar.
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January 8th, 2010 #418
Das Bild mit den beiden Reitern ist super! Da sprüht die Action nur so raus, obwohl da gar keine wilden Bewegungen zu sehen sind. XD
Auch sonst schöne Bilder. =)
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January 18th, 2010 #419
You r improving very fast. I really like your highly rendered digital paintings.. they r getting better and better.
looking forward to meet you at the academy. I finally managed to send my application to the AAA and recieved an OK. So in september I will commence my studies there.
btw. great charcoal studies .. I hope to find the same patience to do those exercises like you do
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January 18th, 2010 #420
Wow so much progress from your early pages! Amazing! Though every now and then your head shapes seems slightly distorted, I'm guessing this is when you aren't drawing from life. But great stuff