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Thread: Jamie Romoser's Sketchbook
January 31st, 2010 #571
avocado-yup its all about studying fun to figure out what the other artists did in your own way.
Kungfoowiz-thank you for the very kind words Frazettas deffinalty up there as one of my favorite artists.
Zorcron-thanks yeah ill have to expirement with more with traditional mediums
Geta-Ve-not even a scratch compaired to the masters but thanks for the compliment
Mischeviouslittleelf-will do man thanks for droping by will look out for the updates
Icecold-Thanks, yeah studying from life is very fun its all so interesting just seeing how light works. will have to get on some perspective studys, not sure about cute but ill draw another zombie abomination thing for ya haha
Mr.Thorne-Thanks alot dude
more studys my scanner died so the bridgemen studys are form my phone camera
felt like i was lazy today gotta use my time more wisley
~Monet study- the subtle hue shifts are really cool to study went into colors i never have before
~Frazetta study gona go back to it tommorow
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January 31st, 2010 #573
Your updates have been great Jamie! It's cool to see all the work you've been doing with your studies. The digital still lifes and master studies are really well done, and your character creation and anatomy keeps on improving. My only suggestion is spend a little more time with the figures structure and proportion before you flesh things out.
You're on fire man, be careful not to burn your sketchbooks whilst drawing
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January 31st, 2010 #574
Ariel9-thanks ^^ yeah monet sure is a master at colors never seen colors like his.
AustenFM-thanks dude your updates have been sick to! Yeah gona have to work more on the construction/proportion before i start fleshing out my characters. Sometimes it just gets so fun i just want to dive in will have to think more and draw less
Still life 3 hours straight would have kept going but the lighting totally changed on me. I might go back to it tommorow if it still looks interesting to me. this still life was one of the most challenging, was done in afternoon light
looks so cheezy now that i look back on it, guess you cant win them all
Then worked on my Frazetta study some more, really trying to think out what im doing before i lay down any paint. Studying Frazetta has made me think in terms of less is more, cool stuff for some reason Frazettas works still jump out at me even after years and years looking at his works
Last edited by Jamie Romoser; February 2nd, 2010 at 01:06 PM.
January 31st, 2010 #575
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February 1st, 2010 #576
Hey Jamie, your drawings look great! It seems like you kinda jumped from drawings to painting full on color, maybe you can try some black and white(monochromatic) painting studies to focus on value control. Find images with good lighting and maybe some shadows going across forms with soft and hard edge shadows.Keep it up, your quick improvement is great to see! =)
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February 1st, 2010 #577
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February 1st, 2010 #578
I really like your creature designs and your pencil sketches. Keep it up man!My Sketchbook: Click me, you silly person you.
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February 1st, 2010 #579
Id like to see you not use the soft brush so much. It makes everything look unclear. like vaselin on the lence
Actualy it might be the brush you use. Try using a normal round brush with onely one of the preshure settings on
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February 1st, 2010 #580
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February 1st, 2010 #581
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February 2nd, 2010 #582
Benjie-thanks man just trying to update everyday even if it looks bad will keep at it though.
Bernie Kang-Thanks alot for droping by Bernie, must be pretty awsome working for Blizzard thats like my dream job. But Yeah still trying to find a way of painting i like still feel kinda lost, its getting better with time. Ill get on doing some value studies though, still trying to figure out soft and hard edges in paintings pretty interesting stuff.
Manabanana-Thanks dude, yeah all my art starts out pretty abstract in the begining
Almostjakob-Thanks yeah i enjoy drawing these weird creatures haha, just playing around with shapes fun
DStraX-hey sup man, yeah my colors my be alright but getting the value right with my colors is were im failing at. Yeah been using the soft brush a bit really need to stop being lazy and just render it out with my normal brush. But yeah might be my pen pressure will have to look at that. Thanks for stoping by always like hearing what i need to work on, need more crits like that.
FabioGhibli-Thanks alot dude, yeah get some bridgemen books you can find some free PDF books on the net. Bridgemens really fun to study he makes his figures so abstract yet so realistic in a way hard to describe.
Turbosnail-thanks alot, i will keep at it
~monet study,and finally band logo, have the composition i want down now i just have to render it out for 20 hours.
Last edited by Jamie Romoser; February 4th, 2010 at 02:02 PM.
February 2nd, 2010 #583
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February 2nd, 2010 #585
Took some time going through your sketchbook, very inspiring and your making progress!
Definitely heading the right way, keep at it dude.
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