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May 15th, 2008 #1
onwards to better things (new stuff: 18th june)
hi my name is Paul and im 19.
I completed an art foundation course last year and have now started Ba(hons) in Illustration at Norwich university college of the arts
been meaning to start a sketchbook here for a while and thought i might showcase some of my favorite pieces from the last year, as well as a place to put some of my massive backlog of sketch pages.
also this should serve as some motivation to keep working over the summer
comments and constructive critisism welcome.
..ok i just realised how late it is, il upload more tomorow
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May 21st, 2008 #3
thanks wisteria, that first one is one of the peices im most happy with from my last project.
heres a few sketchbook pages, mix of life drawings and imagination.
overweight kid at train station (train stations are great places for life sketches) and my mate jon.
music, and this dude joe from my class working on one of his awesome abstract paintings
start page from when i decided on my final major project theme
some mesoamerican mushroompreist concepts, faces are from life
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June 6th, 2008 #8
thanks Flask, your sketchbook is pretty damn impressive too.
as for exchange students i think some may have come to my secondary school netherhall maybe like 5 or so years ago, not gonna tell me you were one of them are you
anyhow heres some more random sketch pages, all in the last 6 months or so
lyrics from Songs get stuck in my head:
roger dean is a god among men:
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September 9th, 2008 #12
Hey Paul, you've got some good little sketches here. Liking the expressions in the faces you've got all combined together. You've got loads of different styles here and that's no bad thing, as it just shows you're good at experimentation.
Maybe take a few of your sketches and try them in colour. Keep up the drawing from life too, it becomes invaluable towards your observation skills.
September 9th, 2008 #13
thanks man, i really hate feeling like im confining myself to one style so i try and work in as many different ways as possible.
i do do alot of colour work, and ive noticed that most things in this thread are my black and white sketchbook pages, so lo and behold!:
more colour stuff from my final major project earlier this year.