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Thread: Jamie Romoser's Sketchbook
November 15th, 2009 #378Registered User
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Hey OmertA , cool you are doing still lifes, very good o.o man ,my first wasn´t that good lol! You captured the values!, a thought :may be you could try next time to find different strokes for each object to symbolize his character?
Like your Waterdemon and Character as well , great progess in here
will be back soon ;O
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November 15th, 2009 #379
JailHouseRock2-Thanks for the support matt! yeah the old revisits are old teen challenges I need to get into some more challenges.
Axel.s-Thanks, yeah the polar bear was fun I was pleased with the inking.
ismo-Thanks for droping by man, yeah its a slow pace but im starting to get more comfortable drawing characters alot more to learn though.
kingkostas-yeah the life study really was fun and I think I learned alot from it. Im deffinatly gona be doing more life studies. Thanks for droping by
jackpot_anjr90-Thanks there a challenge fersher alot of fun though.
Yuki_slider-thanks my perspective on my robots are so wacky haha.
walnut-Encouraging words thanks man! ill try and keep up with the updates.
jatherip-Very cool yeah ill keep that in mind when I re work that peice maybe some waves would be cool.
huhucg-its been a long journey and its only getting more fun.
Cerasela-hey there Cerasela, yeah next still life I do ill try and get the character of the object more clear. I kinda trtied it on my latest still life got kinda muddy though. thanks for droppin by!
Gona call this still life done time for a new one.
coffee brewer still life in oils really ugly I rushed way to much on it
sniper guy speed sketch
girl character ive been working on
November 16th, 2009 #380
the still life looks good, some nice form - but I think it could use a little more contrast
the girl has some anatomy issues - her breasts don't seem to be on the same plane as the shoulders, the thighs look very short, are they meant to be foreshortened? they don't look it as she seems to be lying on flat ground.
Diggin' the Ditch?
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ditchman- Thanks yeah the still life is weird the scan really ruins alot of values. About the character your totally right. Ill try and rework it, anatomy is a pain I have to study more guess in those areas fersher. Always good to hear from you man.
Hellfire-Thanks dude! I wanted to do a traditional still life before I do some in digital.
Benjie-Thanks yup study must feed the refrence libary
the good the bad the ugly
Mostly thumb nail gestures
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November 18th, 2009 #385Registered User
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Jamie!!!! its Matt! Everything looks awesome man .... uve improved sooooo much. i havent really figured out how to post my stuff on here yet but ive just about filled my sketch book from the summer.
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November 20th, 2009 #387
wtfkangaroo- Matt! sup man thanks for dropin by to post just make sure you save your files jpg and load them up in the attachment manager. I wana see those sketchbook pages!
SnobbyOo-Thanks dude! yeah ill keep the studys and imagination stuff up.
Experiments this week, wasnt to pleased
I need to work harder
Last edited by Jamie Romoser; November 21st, 2009 at 10:28 AM.
November 20th, 2009 #388
Hey man nice sketchbook! Good variety of work, I think your characters are great, I particularly like the guy in the gas mask/suit on this page! I've love to see more digital stuff and char design, but I know what it's like, balancing it all with the studies etc; I'm in the same boat! Keep it up though man, exciting work^^
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November 21st, 2009 #389
love the pose generation.You still have to fix proportions in the chars, but that will come.
Great work and keep up your unique things.
see ya mate
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November 21st, 2009 #390
You've got natural talent, combined with obvious ambition, you sir, have a bright future ahead of you. Keep it up man. I love the way you bounce around in your topics, not just focusing on the same ol' thing! (nice bike)
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