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July 29th, 2008 #1Registered User
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Last edited by erik-jan v/d schuur; January 22nd, 2010 at 12:44 PM.
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Great Inking so far, but you should try and upload anatomy studies, those are always sweet, in any case, I really like the first one, too bad they didn't scan right or something, the quality just seems to have messed up D:
In any case, draw some studies ;D good stuff so far.
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August 1st, 2008 #3
I like the work you posted so far, specially the 'fro guy.
but yeah, i suggest you post some anatomy sketches
keep it up.
(naar welke kunst academie ga je heen als ik vragen mag? )
August 1st, 2008 #4
Hey, nice start man, you could try doing some studies on hands and arms for starters? I think that's one area you might like to work on.
Keep it up! and pass by my sketchbook when you find the time .
August 1st, 2008 #5Registered User
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Nice drawings, as previous users have stated you should considers some studies on hands, and in no you'l have perfected that , keep up the great work, practice makes perfect.
August 22nd, 2008 #6
amazing stuff man!
unique style of working, i like all your work!(specially top one)
October 19th, 2008 #7
You've got some interesting concepts happening here - I'm liking it. Good stuff!
Your pencil work tends to read somewhat flat, however... I think if you did some more specific light and line weight studies, it would help you carryout your interesting concepts even better.
Keep at it, you're lookin good so far
October 29th, 2008 #8
Thanks for dropping by my book.
You really like filling your sketchbook don't you, great stuff. You seem more collage orinentated which would prove quite interesting for a comic strip/book. The only thing I'd say would be to work on the skeleton of your characters, it would help a lot when deciding what position your character would go in [a bit like working with a stickman]. Good going.
October 29th, 2008 #9
Hey man, thanks for stopping by my SB as well. Liking a lot of the concepts here and different subject variations. As said before, I would suggest in focusing more in giving form and volume to your pieces, then your concepts will truly pop up more! Keep it up!
October 30th, 2008 #10
^this brings me back to the days when india ink and i were inseperable.
i love what you do with your media.
keep it up, and don't skimp on the studies.
it's +1 skill every minutes you spend studying. o___o
November 30th, 2008 #11
hey there ,thanks for stopping by my sb. anyway great lookin at some of ur work, i kinda like the abstract paintings for the recent post, kinda reminds me of Wassily Kandinsky work, anyway for the figure drawing ,a good start, becareful of ur form and line work, try using a a good weight of a line stroke to pull tru the form,
haha not sure if it makes sense like say the feet or boots, use ur wrist or arm if its a big piece, and let it go wit a stroke or so, instead of making it with several soft marks, cause it will eventually cause the piece as a whole to slightly lost its form
hope thats helpful, and hope the weekend is good
The only real failure is the failure to try
December 5th, 2008 #12
December 6th, 2008 #13
man cool stuff! i like the one titled s5 and thanks for introducing me to ratatat! its nice to see life drawing i cant wait till i get into that next year