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Thread: Quaternion's sketchbook
May 4th, 2008 #1
I would like to get better with my drawing/painting, and I would like to start with figurative art stuff. I've attatched two studies and I will try to update my work as regularly as possible! If you have something critical on your mind, don't hesitate
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Here's one more!
May 7th, 2008 #3
Here's one more.
July 7th, 2008 #4
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July 9th, 2008 #5
September 5th, 2008 #6
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September 18th, 2008 #7
Here's some more. Recently, I've made some pencil studies on eyes, lips and noses, I'll digitalize them sometime soon.
September 18th, 2008 #8
Some more. The girl with the curtain was pretty fun, I did it within little more than half an hour and I like the way it turned out :-)
September 18th, 2008 #9
In your colour work lay of the pure black for shading. use darker natural tones. The black really cools the colours energy and makes the skin tones quite muddy too.
Otherwise just keep at it.
my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997
www.sevans.co.nz , for more images and to kill time.
September 19th, 2008 #10
I think I get what you mean. I'll do that next time I'll do a coloured piece.
September 19th, 2008 #11
Here's some pencil stuff. I'm currently digitalizing stuff, more to come.
September 20th, 2008 #12
More pencil stuff.
September 20th, 2008 #13
I think that for your digital figure studies, you should be working with a larger brush. Larger brushes means a smoother, and less 'muddy' results. It will also help your eye learn to recognize values and overall make things more smooth and less sketchy. Also, it forces you to analyze each stroke more carefully.
Other than that, just keep pluggin' away.
Freak out, Peace out