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Thread: Jamie Romoser's Sketchbook
December 24th, 2011 #1145
JoeS- thanks man Leyendecker is a beast haha
So went back edited this post with some commissions I worked on. I did start a new sketchbook but thinking since I've had this one for so long might as well stick with it
Honestly dont really like these paintings much any more I totally went full blown with detailing stuff and for that I lacked on the underlining foundations of these pieces.
clients Warhammer role playing character commission
another client role playing character commission
Last edited by Jamie Romoser; May 1st, 2012 at 12:24 PM.
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dude.. i was totally stalking your new sketchbook and didn't realize you were posting again in the old one! i'm glad you made the decision to stick with this one i dunno, i just really like seeing other artist's progress from start to current.
anyway, those are some intense studies jamie i agree with you on mapping out perspective AND proportions but it does help... wait i shouldn't even mention the perspective one cuz i barely even do that myself which is a reminder!
Happy Holidays bro!
December 31st, 2011 #1147
Great progression! Just worked through your whole sketchbook, looking good and good luck with the new year and all the new art to come!
April 28th, 2012 #1148
Teapo - Thanks man It's defiantly a weird road especially in this sketchbook. I still feel like I haven't found my (style) or whatever but really been trying to learn and grow from everything I find inspiring. I've been way to frustrated trying to find a style ect when I should have been just enjoying the process of creating more. Thanks for the continuous feedback buddy!
AllyAlbon- Thanks Ally much appreciated it's cool people take the time to look through my sketchbook. I dont really find it to appealing to tell you the truth haha. A lot of going in circles in here and frustrating times. Latley been really trying to not get frustrated and slow down. Not to take things for granted and remember why I got into art in the first place to have fun
Been very busy with commissions, life ect here is a personal painting that I dig tried to keep it on the simple end since most of my commissions have been very detailed oriented stuff.
It feels quite relieving doing a work where you dont have to try and nail a page worth of descriptions and try and nail it in a deadline. Really gives me the time to think about every brush stroke or at least try to.
Personal piece On a pale horse
Last edited by Jamie Romoser; May 3rd, 2012 at 04:35 PM.
May 3rd, 2012 #1149
Some studies gonna try and get into the flow of posting more
Frank Duveneck study
quick little still life
May 3rd, 2012 #1150
May 4th, 2012 #1151
triggerpigking- Thanks man though I think I over rendered those pieces. so much stuff wrong in the underlining construction stuff o.o
So off to California today got a job at woodward west for a month and gonna be freelancing on the side. Should be quite the adventure!
heres a Sargent study I did like last month but thought I'd post it anyway. I'm always in awe of his brush and color work really would like to see a real Sargent piece someday.
May 4th, 2012 #1152
May 4th, 2012 #1153
I love the expression in 1145. Just brilliant. Also, the perspective exercise looks both challenging and fun. Your anatomy studies are so inspiring.
May 4th, 2012 #1154
Shiiiz, you can paint like the bloody dickens! I love your portrait studies! They are fantastic! As a crit, just watch out for your proportions. Your body size seems to stretch out at is progresses towards the feet, so your heads end up being very small, and your legs very long.
Keep up the great work!
May 4th, 2012 #1155
Hey there, love your studies.
My only 2 crits would be that you should watch those proportions when doing your comission pieces (proportions in most of your studies are good). For example the forearm of that hunter girl is a tad too long, and her posture in general is a bit strange. Also, there are no visible anatomical landmarks such as the pit of the neck, arm muscles etc...
My second crit would be that you should watch out with your lighting, in some pieces you seem to have a tendency of making things too dark (that knight above the hunter girl).
Otherwise, good work.
A creative artist works on his next composition because he is not satisfied with his previous one. When he loses a critical attitude toward his own work, he ceases to be an artist. - Dmitri Shostakovich
May 6th, 2012 #1156
May 6th, 2012 #1157
Just started looking through your sb, really great work. I like the Sargent piece a lot. Have you done any studies of Renoir? I think you might like how he uses his brushes, really delicate and soft. Now I'll keep looking, probably see a big Renoir piece, lol!