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April 3rd, 2008 #151
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OMG! I'm so happy
No more school for me. EVER.
On Monday will be my first A-level exam of doom. I have to take the following four of those final exams: Literature, Art, Theology and Mathematics. Thanks goodness mathematics is last so I have more time to study. (It's my most hated subject and I wouldn't take that exam if I could.)
More Bammes studies:
Unreferenced studies to follow... some day. When I manage to draw good ones
April 5th, 2008 #153
Keep It Up
Fantastic to see commitment to your ideas. I have just began to start illustrating again after years of rest (due to work/paying the bills).
I like your time-limit for a picture as it's hard to have the opportunity if you have other duties.
So...KEEP GOING! The drive will never leave you and you will always be learning even when you're a professional.
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i vote 4 moidhit please modhie sent these drawings on my id
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April 8th, 2008 #159
really nice book, lots of studies, the way i like it.
Keep it up the good work
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April 11th, 2008 #162
Sebastian - thanks it's actually very simple You look at the image you want to copy; and try to "envelope" it into a big, simple shape, and draw that shape on paper. Then, you find the outer contour of the figure/image and draw it inside that envelope. The envelope allows to see and check proportions better. And when you have drawn the outer contour, you draw the details "inside" the figure. It takes some practice but in the end it saves time.
Whitevillage, thank you I'm glad if it was helpful.
I was really inspired yesterday evening; so even though I had an Abitur exam today, I painted some environments at night. They're done from photos, no colorpicking, about 10 minutes each.
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i would think L would look even more emo though =P I totally love DN too...have you watched the movie? and these ppl:
as for the char concepts, i'm not sure how i feel about the lineart being with the soft shading...i would either change the line color to something softer looking (like dark brown maybe) or vary up the line quality. or maybe throw in some harder shadows/lites.
also perhaps the sides of the top lip should overlap the bottom on the outer edges a bit more. it's only really apparent on the girls...i know you're prolly going for a winged look but it looks a little strange.
great ideas and anatomy studies ^^
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Lovely stuff you have here. The emoction in post 14 and 30 is amazing
April 14th, 2008 #167
hp, thanks yes, I'm a DN fangirl, the movie rocks! and the photographs too I especially love L. He's just so funny and adorable. Have you seen the scene in the 2nd (?) move where he falls off the chair? *laughs* I'm a fangirl. Also, thanks for the tips
oOHereticOo, thank you ^_^
Some new stuff (all from reference photos, about 10 mins each):
Argh, I have to study for final exams
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May 17th, 2008 #170
YAY! I passed my last, oral exam (maths)!!! with a C-
now time for drawing is almost endless!
The following sketches are of course copies. I still have one book that I want to finish copying from
All of them were drawn today.
That paper was bleached in the sun, hence the weird color/gradient.
May 17th, 2008 #171
Hey there, congratulations on your Abi! Now go study something art-related or I'll poke you with sharp stick!
Good dedication with the last studis, although I think a lot of them little peopple have awkward proportions. Just because you copy them from a 2D-Source doesn't mean you don't have to think about where those bosyparts are in space. That happens quite frequently with you drawings actually. look here: http://i88.photobucket.com/albums/k1...uff/kiddo1.jpg
The head is somewhat deformed to the upper left. Are you left-handed?
May 17th, 2008 #172
Faust, thanks! no worries, me is gonna study fine art
The awkward proportions are because I just can't look at things properly yet. It'll come with practice. (I'm right handed) xD
Sebastian, thank you
Here's yesterday night's speedpainting orgy (photo studies after reference from Sinned-angel-stock - no colorpicking nor tracing whatsoever!)
And something I'll see in two years from now
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May 18th, 2008 #175
Hannes, I posted this image for you xD
Drawing without reference, proof of how much I need to work on anatomy
Buncha sketches :mrgreen:
Posemaniac 60 second poses.
Studies after stock photos (sinned-angel-stock.deviantart.com) no color picking, tracing, blah blah. Photo studies are great! I learnt a ton
May 18th, 2008 #176
hey.......amazing thread, lots of great studies...
May 18th, 2008 #177
LOVE your anatomy and photo studies.
awesome job on the posemanic's as well. 60second poses are great.
sometimes your proportions look like they get a little off (eyes/head/etc) so just keep a lookout for that.
otherwise really great stuff. keep it up!
May 18th, 2008 #178
nice. I'm practacing with that posemaniacs site also because i got recommended that i must train on Anatomy. I saw your scketches a few page's back. But your's are much better than mine
hopely i will be so good as you later how old are you exually?
just keep trying
can you please look at my (few) images and say what you think about it? i will be very greatfull
PS: i hate the geman language. it's so difficult. i'm dropping out of that class. not that it have anything to do with my of yours drawings
May 19th, 2008 #179
Diego, thank you!
Gus, thanks a bunch
Sebastian, thanks Posemaniac is definitely great practice! Draw 1000 poses and you'll certainly notice improvement.
I'm 19 years old now. And I can understand you don't like german, it's very hard to learn. Drawing is more important anyways
Anatomy studies, 50% Bridgman, 50% from imagination (to see what sticked).
May 19th, 2008 #180
Thanks for dropping by my sketchie. Girl, you are younger than me but your standard is so far ahead i'm embarrassed to put my works up. Nonetheless, keep it up okay? Watch out for the proportions during painting. The colors you have on them are awesome though.
And thanks for the mini-tutorial too! *subscribes*