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February 2nd, 2008 #53
haha, dann ist ja gut Ich hab mich bloß grad daran erinnert da dieses Layer Tutorial (vor ein paar Jahren) das erste und einzige war nachdem ich mich gerichtet habe, ich dachte das wärst du gewesen.
btw. Du kannst auch so life drawings machen bis du zur Schule gehst, im Zug im Park, in der Bahn, so ziemlich überall. Hilft ne Menge Aber das weisst du sicherlich schon, wäre schön auch in der Richtung etwas zu sehen
Viele Wege führen nach Rom
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February 6th, 2008 #57
hmm... im impressed, id really like to see some more. YOu inspire me to do better and to give patience a little more push. thanks
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February 8th, 2008 #59
omg, 3D is harder than I thought D: It took me an hour to figure out the basic tools for modeling in Zbrush, and still I can't get anything done that looks at least half as nice as my traditional clay figures, lol. Here we go, Kristina's very first 3D attempt ever, lots of experimenting.
February 8th, 2008 #60
Beautifull colors. There's so much life and atmosphere in your images. Your anatomy need to be worked on though, but you'll figure that out. Colors look exquisite.
Please take the time to give me some constructive criticism in my Sketchbook
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February 9th, 2008 #63
Great abstract painting, remains me a lot of William Turner!
Perhaps try to add some dark areas here and there to increase the saturation.
Keep doing anatomy studies!!
February 10th, 2008 #64
Xaya, thank you I'm actually glad you mention William Turner, since he's my favorite artist of all time, and I aimed this piece to look somewhat inspired by him.
The funny thing is that when this painting was shown at a group exhibition in Düsseldorf, someone mentioned that it certainly had to be inspired by the work of my highschool art teacher Jürgen Jansen, which couldn't be further from the truth. His paintings are abstract too, but then, totally different.
Armand (from Anne Rice's "The Vampire Armand". I'm not a fan of vampires but this had to be xD )
Someone on another forum (Pixelbrush) asked how I painted the curls, so here I reconstructed the steps:
No big tricks, just lots of airbrush
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February 10th, 2008 #65
hey there, really liking your stuff! Theres a few proportion problems here and there, but who am i to talk, my proportions are all over the place!
I really like how you work with your light, you really play with it and manipulate it to your advantage and its very pleasing to my eye!
Keep up the awesome work