lovely stuff mate
retain your own style while keeping the sketches extremely pleasing to watch, thanks for sharing these sketches, really make my day! i can see that you're pro yet still trying to better yourself every time, inspirational. cant help but to pick up my sketch pad and doodle away!
zenichi:...thanx for your time!
I want to thank you again! All yours replies give me a big wish to post more and more!!!!! Thaaaaanx!
I did a pair of digital-exercices after studing an amazing book I bought on line
"LUMINAIR" techniques of digital painting from life MONET IN THE DIGITAL AGE
By Nick Pugh
published by DesignStudioPress
I was fun pretty much with it!
let me know your opinion!...
Fantastic works. Love your sketches.
You just keep improving nonstop.
The life drawing sketches look stellar!
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Hi all...it's a bit of time without post her some update from my new traditional sketchbook.
Let's do it!
No reference here
I used a reference for the "hot astronaut" :-)
Some reference for the left page
Super lines man!! You show such an understanding of volume and form!!
loving the pencil technique.
My SketchBook http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=139784
http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=192127"Everything must serve the idea. The means used to convey the idea should be the simplest and clear. Just what is required. No extra images. To me this is a universal principle of art. Saying as much as possible with a minimum of means."-John Huston, Director
algenpfleger: Thanx, you have some amazing work to! ;-)
D@niel: Thanx! I work much on the volumetry I love to find the right shape and volumes...I take a tour on your sketchbook...very nice!
OmenSpirits : Thanx, my pencil is my sword :-P
TheGnoll: Thanx man! Non sapevo di quel tread tutto italiano!state tentando di raggruppare gli italiani di CA?... :-) ci farò un giro, ciao grazie!
Something from my sketchbook with a digital touch...
a pair of ref for the girls...
ref for the old woman...
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Just drooling over your pencil work..and a quick question for you. Do you use preset palettes for skin tones or do you develop the colors as you do each peice?
grrrrrrrrrrrrrreat sketchbook man, loving the variety of different subjects you tackle! keep on pushing all that stuff man
Mikael Leger: Hi Mikael! thanx...I love your work to!
silvestri99: Thanx. If the face it's ispired by a photo I use some pick of midle tone directly from the picture.
Deon: Yeah do it!... good job!
Hope to find some time to post more!
Stay tuned! ;-)
Yea, I am going to have to subscribe!
Some new pages from my second sketchbook...
reference for the guy with glasses
reference for the sexy girl on right
some refs for the right page
some ref for the girl lied down on the right page
no ref- digital colors
photoref for the guy in shorts
and some from my new sketchbook...the third one!
photoref for the cow up right
the right page is from real life at the train station
no refs -and a watercolors test
Your sketchbook is amazing! You have such a strong and solid linework, it's just ...
You worked with pencils in your sketchbook and than colored it digitally weren't you? Did you modify your line as well or is your scanner or your line THAT good even scanned .
wow love your work. those figures are awesome and they all seem to have so much personality.
must be an even bigger joy to scroll through in real life.
thanks for sharing !
Hot hot hot update.
Great chicky babes.
incredible stuff mate, bloody hell. Your economy of line is at times mindblowing.
http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...99#post2372999 <- sketchbook...
http://woopatworks.blogspot.com/ <- Blog...