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June 11th, 2008 #1
Brent's concoction of artistic endeavors-Nudity-
Welcome to my sketchbook! Older work is on the first pages and older work later pages. Please comment, critiques are welcome, so we can learn and enjoy making art together. I am trying to improve my work and push my self limits like so many of the other great artists on this site . What is most enjoyable for me is the process of making art, not so necessarily the finished product. Keep drawing!
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"They must find it difficult...those who have taken authority to be the truth, rather than truth to be the authority."-Gerald Massey
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Hide this ad by registering as a memberJune 11th, 2008 #2Registered User
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I think there wonderful, other then the crest you drew, it feels a little boreing to me some how. You think?
I hope to be able to draw like you some time soon, drawing is a weak point in my self how ever I don't feel I understand the foundations of drawing all to well. Perhapses college will fix this, but can you recommend any books for me for this summer to study?
One thing that I just noticed from you actaully is... I think I need to use darker pencils for one =P Favorite one would have the be the women in the towel though by far... Seems like the most stylized one very angular and awesome...
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June 11th, 2008 #3The Cat's Deputy (POW! Moderator)
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Great drawings. It's okay, you can hold back your vomit, you should get plenty of lovin' here in CA. Your anatomy is good and strong, and it's obvious that it's become or becoming reflexive for you - that you incorporate the skill fairly naturally. I like the tattoo design, even if it is fairly standard, but the coolest is lipsandcurves - I think it's a standout piece.
Nice work, keep posting.
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June 15th, 2008 #6
Here's a little fuel for my smoldering pit
The Hiltler sketch and the nude woman are older drawings from pictures(don't know the author's-hope that doesn't come back to bite me in the ...). The other is a fresh off my sketchbook. Hope ya likes...
my website: www.brenthermsmeyer.com
" My perfect day startes with googling shapes all morning"- Android Jones
June 15th, 2008 #7
More old stuff, I powered up my scanner and dug up some drawings out of sketchbooks that are just sort of piled in my room. I thought it would be cool to get some feedback on some of this stuff I did years back, because some of it I don't know if anyone's even seen. It's also good just to see where my work has changed and progressed, which is sort of inspiring. There are couple old concepts, life works and I GOTTA GIVE CREDIT TO MR. DALI ON THE EYEBALL ONE, that was a tribute to the master- please let me know what you think...
June 21st, 2008 #8
- just a sketch I was messing around with
June 28th, 2008 #9
Ok, heres some new sketches for ya right of the assembly line. Plan to take the sketch further possibly to a painting. Also I threw in a painting I did from a model named Veronica back in school that I found in my closet, thought you might like Let me know what you think. ;
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June 28th, 2008 #10Registered User
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I definitely see improvement from some of the older artwork.
Which is, of course, a huge bonus. Haha.
My super duper handy sketchbook! It's kinda cool.
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June 28th, 2008 #11
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June 29th, 2008 #13
What you think? This started out as a sketch that was inspired by ANdrew Jones boss monster demo, I saw that demo and got all pumped up to do some mechanical monstrocity. I really tried to focus on my dark shapes because that is something he stresses and i believe to be a weakness in my work. Overall I was pretty happy with how it turned out but I think there could still be deatil added to the focal point and more attention paid to reflected light especially around the gun. Also the foregound figures get a little lost. Suggestions?
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