fantastic studies you have here! your faces are very strong and the rendering is great as well! don't know what else to say, keep updating
Noukah: Thank you , these have been fun in a way trying out different ways of painting, I should probably be trying out fuller figures and other body parts. And eventually I'll have to tackle my nemesis: the landscape.
Getting bored of these yet? This time it's John Singer Sargent's 'Vernon Lee'
A prequel to an old pic of mine: http://Edriss.deviantart.com/art/You...Yours-68036881 (yes, DA *hissboo*)
This is my oc Enoch as a young boy a few days after some time-traveling shenanigans have led to him meeting his future wife, the nephilim Damien.
Originally I intended for the image to resemble the first with a cartoonish, cell-shaded, look but after the lineart was done and the colouring started I decided to see how it would look if I kept some of the cartoonish elements but went for a more painterly colour.
Great Stuff there! Keep up the good work.8)
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Been to the Lake District from Sunday to this afternoon with my course, we've been mainly just sketching and taking photos so I thought I'd give my sb a much needed update.
First off some blind contour sketches of other people on my course.
Now some quick sketches done on post-its while we were out an about, for a drawing assignment.
I have to do a hundred of these so there will be more.
Now some landscape sketches. We did a lot of walking and photo-taking but not much actual sketching.
i think some of your characters in your paintings are not getting affected by the light source appropriately, colorwise and light wise. i think if you blocked in all the colors first before putting in the face it might help.
such pretty hair
really awesome stuff Edriss!!! cant wait for more!!!
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