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July 11th, 2008 #31
Dude, thats great! Just listen to Floris and you'll be fine. Say hi to him from me
Power is nothing without intelligence.
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June 14th, 2009 #37
Hey, again another dutchie! They're like popping out of the ground or somethin .
Those quick sketches of people are nice! Confident lines, you have a good eye for the right main lines.
I'm wondering how you would do some more worked out things or do you do only sketches ?
June 14th, 2009 #38
Hey Marlisa, thanks for your comment! Well, I've got a tough time working things out. I find it hard to start and most of my digital sketches end up messy... So gotta practice at that of course, but I gotta have some right pointers or something There are more sketches coming up, made today at the sketch meeting! :0
June 14th, 2009 #39
June 15th, 2009 #40
nice sketches mate, i would suggest alot more contrast in your pencil works.. just some very dark pencil strokes some places, for example where feet touch the ground and shapes overlap, corners of mouths and eyes etc and its alot better.. when you draw something, dont only think about line but also value, it will speak much more!
good lcuk mate!
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June 19th, 2009 #43
Ik vind het knap hoe je al die verschillende mensen, persoonlijkheden zo snel lijkt neer te zetten. Het lijkt wel alsof je het zo hup hup hup, even snel op papier zet, en toch meteen de goede lijnen hebt .
What Teh Gosu already said; values! Your linework is already very good, so maybe focussing on the shadows?
Keep up the good work
June 19th, 2009 #44
Hey there tom
Awsome sketchbook you have here
Had alot of fun going through it
Keep having fun drawing/painting -Omerta
sketchbook updated October 6th
June 21st, 2009 #45
Thanks guys, really appreciate it! I'm now observing a lot, trying to learn a lot of stuff just by looking closely at it, and then try to implement that into my drawings.
Marlisa: Dank je wel! Tja, ik reis nogal veel dus ik doe deze oefening nogal vaak. Ik doe mijn best bij de gestures om ze a: zo snel mogelijk neer te zetten en b: proberen zo goed mogelijk die actielijn te pakken, de "swoosh".
Soms overdrijf ik ze wat, maar dat is puur om ze wat interessanter te maken. Soms schiet ik hier wat in door en worden het tekeningetjes op zich, wat niet altijd de bedoeling is. Gewoon a6 boekje mee en wachten maar
En wat potlood betreft: je hebt helemaal gelijk. Ik ben wat te voorzichtig. Ik moet veel meer met B potloden gaan werken!
Omerta: Thanks dude! You 2, keep up the drawing stuff.
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June 21st, 2009 #46
good to see ur back
the gestures are really good, and i love the little boy with the wooden sword n shield :p
maybe do something with colors? havent seen that from you, except on your portfolio but that's more illustrated.
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hey man... love the brushpen drawings. yeee they're great. makes me want to whip out the ol' brush and ink... mmm... keep practicin'!
June 21st, 2009 #48
Your brushpen drawings look pro- and drawing all the people around you is one of the best exercises you can do! Keep up the great work
June 22nd, 2009 #49
Grafguy Thanks dude, yeah it's been awhile, but that's only because school was rather intense this year. I forgot about my SB, which is like a sin or sumfin Now I am sketching a lot and trying to learn as much as possible for the new year kicks in. And yeah, I should color more, but I think that's still scary I don't mind doing for my graphic design assignments, but in my paintings I still feel I lack the knowledge.
papervampire Brushpen rules! Thanks!
hala: People are always interesting, everywhere around you. That's why this practice never grows old
here's another sketch I made, no reference and no real idea behind it. Hope you like it, C&C appreciated!
June 22nd, 2009 #50
June 27th, 2009 #51
big update! Zoo and peoples
He there, another update again. Some sketches from people and animals that I saw during my visit to the zoo yesterday. That was great, had a lot of fun watching these wonderful creatuers. And drawing them is tough, damn buggers won't sit still
June 27th, 2009 #52
Very nice sketches!!! what did you use for them ?? and everything was from life?? pretty inspiring, see you, bye !
My SB- Destroy and enjoy! !http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...77#post2294577
My portfolio http://ledd.carbonmade.com/
June 27th, 2009 #53
July 1st, 2009 #54
color study and line drawings
Hey there! Finally some color in this thread A color study, first one ever. Done with a mirror, quite hard to actually.
And if you're wondering, yeah that's me. I fucked up the eyes, still got a hard time doing those. Tips anyone!? This one took me about 2 hours. C&C very appreciated
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July 2nd, 2009 #58
yoyo! really great observational drawings! sometimes they could use a little bit more shading, but the problem is probably that those people start moving again before you can do that would love to see some more colored works!
My sketchbook: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...106521&page=11
July 2nd, 2009 #59
ajvenema : Thanks dude! Yeah you're right, putting in shade would help me learn more next to gesture, but it's almost impossible. I sometimes see people do that, but I wonder if that's not added later on? Or maybe they are on a level where they can do both
And yeah I need to color more, but it's tough! Love your watercolor avatar by the way!
July 3rd, 2009 #60