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June 30th, 2008 #1
The road to Whohooo
Hey guys. This is where I'm posting all my stuff.
some italian poet/writer (feel free tohelp me out)
ummmm...photo a little foreshortened?
This model moved alot due to the hard pose, but it was a fun challenge to try and wield all the movements in to a sort of 'unified' posture..
Also, here's some oooold stuff for good measure..
some ecrocè homework:
feel free to rip me apart, i can take it....
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June 30th, 2008 #2
whooaw! great etud workz dude !
good shading on sculps, keep posting new ones
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June 30th, 2008 #3
June 30th, 2008 #4
Hey man, great new start. Looking foward to see this grow and your improvement with those casts.
June 30th, 2008 #5Traditional Artist
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I just looked at your old SB. Your skill has improved significantly. I'm wondering, did you tone the paper black, or is it black toned paper to begin with? I think I see some pencil strokes that would indicate you laid all the black down - in which case I'd have to assume you used soft vine charcoal. That would be the only real explanation I can think of as to how you'd tone the paper black and still achieve a highlight of those calibers. Hmm.. Unless you laid it out with a light pencil, made sure to have the contour right, darkened the area around so you'd have a good contrast, then fill in the details? Not sure, but your work is certainly a pleasure to look at.
Also, draw a lot from life too because if you do too many cast drawings, your work may develop a "cast" look to it, even if its *not* from a cast. I had an art teacher whose work was amazing, and while I didnt think they looked a lot like cast drawings, one of my prof's friends was telling me he thought a lot of my prof's drawings looked like casts. It may differ from person to person, but I just thought I'd throw that idea in there.
June 30th, 2008 #6
Ahoy, man this is a wonderful start to a new sketchbook sir! You have the right mindset, keep pushing and then you can look back at this book to see just how far you've gone=D The full figure drawing is my fav, like the unfinished look of the hand,heh. Complements the rendered section
Sketchbook!! Please help me improve!
June 30th, 2008 #7
Hey the stuff looks really good.
The live model looks really great. The organization/ hiearchy of values is really superb. I wish i could do anywhere near that.
Italian writer/poet, you mean Dante?
Sorry for my poor english
My life drawings
June 30th, 2008 #8
This is an excellent start for a new SB. I believe you have grown exponentially these last four and a half years. Your progress has been quite something and even though I think that drawing and painting should go hand in hand, and not be two separate things, it seems you prove me wrong.
All praise and just about five stars for you^^
I was wondering though, would you mind giving a novice a few pointers?
July 1st, 2008 #9
n0fish, what an amazing rendering and lighting you have in those cast drawings. Really beautiful and real life like. Also like the skull studies.
Nothing I can come up with to critique.
And yes it's great to see the progress you've made, keep at it!
July 1st, 2008 #10
greate studies dude!
Those skulls are really good
Keep it coming!
"The superior man is distressed by the limitations of his ability; he is not distressed by the fact that men do not recognize the ability that he has."
July 1st, 2008 #11
July 1st, 2008 #12Registered User
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im a big fan dude! great to see your stuff again!
July 1st, 2008 #13
It's great to see new stuff again, man. Love the progress you've made.
And damn these cast-drawings look amazing. Thanks for showing, now update as often as you can!