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July 24th, 2008 #66
thank you for the comment on my sb i think i'm pretty much set on trying to pursue art as a career already just have to tell my parents. haha good luck to you too you're still young and you're improving a lot already!
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July 24th, 2008 #67
I love your drawings, especially the studies, keep it up.
riven phoenix rulz
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July 24th, 2008 #68
I dunno why are you so dissatisfied with your new hand studies, they're not bad, they look like believable hands, even without shadows! my hand studies are bad, not yours it's common sense that hands are tough but it seems I have extreme difficulties with them, I dunno copying (photo/life drawing) in big amount will help or I should analyze the anatomy of the human hand, but I already did that
July 24th, 2008 #69
hey this stuff is looking good. i will give you some more substantial comments later, i want o play some guitar hero before i go to work, but i just want to note that i also drew some hands today, once again...your stuff makes me get so competitive. ill scan them later. keep it up pro!
July 24th, 2008 #70
Hmm, this proves that... STUDY = PROGRESS
Head studies! Try not to think in outlines while doing these head studies, think PLANES. Uhh... good luck man
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July 26th, 2008 #71
it's 1:02AM and it's been 3 months... time is not my friend
Untouched24: thank you
JailHouseRock: love that Leonidas caricature and damn 16 years old? i'm freaking retarded
dlquddnr: tell me their reaction anyway going to law school should be a good life experience for you, no big harm except the money and the time
Silvenon: yes I appreciate the warm words
shiNIN: it still looks stiff to me, personal expectations, I guess. being satisfied is to stay at a plateau of a mountain - dunno who said it
Vigilandus: I'm trying to see it as planes. then in my head i think of it as a 3d software running on my paper monitor
i learned that the pads on the palm side of the fingers are equal in length
it makes me happy
also in my own craziness i signed up for the teen knockout challenge.. i started something really primitive but it didn't fit any topic in the end. besides, i have a better idea now
another concern was brush economy... i should start with a big rounded brush to block in stuff before horsing around with my favorite small caligraphy brushes... yes a thought to consider
argh already 3 months
July 26th, 2008 #72
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July 26th, 2008 #73
I like the new pictures the studies are impressive (good feet! me too, me too... I will make tons of studies today), the skulls are cute and the painting has a nice relaxing mood, light on the waves...
and I understand you about the hands, I don't say it's the top, ofcoz, just that I can't see a reason to be so unpleased, hands need much practice (and there are unfortunate beings who try, try and often fail miserably ).
July 27th, 2008 #74
wow, im liking these new sketches. especially the new hand studies. really impressive. your color use is awesome in this last post, definitely relaxing like shinin said. good work on that earlier SP. i think you could really start thinking about form on the face rather than seeing it as so two dimensional. casting more dramatic lighting on your face will help you see the depth in your features more effectively. keep it up, davinci.
July 28th, 2008 #75
Hey thank for dropping by at my SB, i like this http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...8&postcount=60
Keep doing those anatomy studies. You are improving fast
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July 29th, 2008 #76
humanNature6115: any good exercice/study for that? idk like simplifying the shapes and stuff...
shiNIN: it's okay to fail lol
J.Hansen: thanks but don't dis Leonardo, he's a real master
yinteck: thanks you
I've been scribbling some small stuff for planes, also working on something... it's a crop of that sketch
July 29th, 2008 #77
Shit that last ones the best yet...such great tone and mood..well done,
and I love that chicken sketch ferther up the page LOL!
In the absence of light, dark will prevail.
see my NEW sketchbook[UPDATED] http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=123027
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July 29th, 2008 #78
That chicken sketch was all thanks to you your crosshatching has great rhythms and I was really envious so I tried to change my technique a little bit. It used to be all 45 degrees straight boring lines. still have to work on that though.