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November 17th, 2010 #365
FraserMcT Thanks mate! You're right, though i had lot's of work for these past two weeks manged to make some sketches and even to paint a little bit.
Here are the studies, i promise that i"ll post the painted stuff soon.
PS.... Ok now it's official i just love to draw big Boobs.. ..enjoy.
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November 18th, 2010 #366
November 18th, 2010 #367
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November 18th, 2010 #368
Fallenangel,thanks stopping by my sketchbook.
You are a hard working man.Your pencil work is fantasy.
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November 20th, 2010 #369
Naidy - Thank you i will
MaFeng - Thank you... though i always thought of myself as a lazy person...
Here is an oil painting i made today (3-4 hours)... yeay my first full oil painting!!
Ain't got no decent camera to make a normal photo, but here it is anyways.
November 20th, 2010 #370
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November 20th, 2010 #371
November 28th, 2010 #372
November 29th, 2010 #373
First of all - thank you for stopping by at my SB. Ever piece of advice you gave is highly appreciated!
Second of all - your digital work is coming along, but there still is some room for improvement. Have you tried using different layer styles (like overlay, color dodge/burn, multiply etc...)? Those might help you rounding up the piece and making it look more..well...rounded up. Color studies are the way to go, especially those from life.
Third of all - your pencil rendering is uber-sweet! I`ve been trying to achieve that smooth tonal look for 2 years now, and still with no luck. Do you use normal pencils or mechanical ones, do you use blenders and how do you determine the direction of shading?
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November 29th, 2010 #374
dude.. ur previous coloring is colored like they are pencils!Though i see from your most recent updates, that you seems to have gotten away from that problem. awesome pencils man.
James Random sketchbook
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December 1st, 2010 #375
Thank you for the advice about the coloring, i definitely gonna use it.
about the pencils: i use a 0.5 mech. pencil, i usually use a piece of tissue paper for blending, i determine the direction of the shading based on two things
a. the shape of the object
b. the light and shadow that fall on the object.
i'm working on a little tutorial for my friend on how i draw/shade with my mech. pencil, so i"ll explain it all there in details.
redrobot Thank you, i'm trying my best to improve my digi. stuff hope i"ll get better soon.
Here is the an oil painting that i've been working on these day- that's a portrait of Magdalena Neuner. (again crappy photo)
December 3rd, 2010 #376
bewbs... more.. bigger.. nice oils.. LOL
but seriously fallen WTTFFFUU!?!??!?!? all your pencils are so delicious, so clean so crisp as always you must provide tips on scanning drawings sometime. you have utmost quality to them :3
looking forward to moaaaarrr... yes yes mmm..
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December 3rd, 2010 #377
Just as teapo said, I would also like to
hear some drawing scanning tips from you.
Your oils are great.
I have no clues how to do a good