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August 29th, 2008 #1
So class is kind of cancelled now on fridays so i'm going to upload and start this sketchblog with some sketches and speedpaints.
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heres some paints the first one is a couple of hours and the the last ones about 30min each. I need more prac. and critiques please.......i'm currently working on some cast drawings i'll post the progress soon.
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September 2nd, 2008 #3
yeah more images
so here are two wips a piece inspired from skan srisuwan and a zulu warrior, and finally a speed painting.
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September 15th, 2008 #4
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September 15th, 2008 #6
The one thing on the digi paints I notice is you are using the smudge tool it seems
You want to avoid smudge tool
This thread explains it better than I could
Interesting stuff though
I like the ones with abstract elements mixed in
September 15th, 2008 #7
hey, really nice sketches you have here. i love the last one from your first post.
are u using references or comes it from your mind? as for the digis. today i found Linda Bergqvist . amazing artist! she offers a few tutorials,tips and tricks on her site. if you don't know them already here is the link:
keep posting man! cheers
September 17th, 2008 #8
September 17th, 2008 #9
Cool work K-Dash. I like the anaotomical drawings really inspirational stuff.
It's great to see anatomy of both the male and female bodies.
See ya around.
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September 18th, 2008 #10
September 18th, 2008 #11
Sweet stuff! I really like how the Zulu warrior piece is coming along. The colors used are really good to help express the tension in the piece. I think they could be pushed a bit more, though. It seems kind of "soft" in a way right now.
September 20th, 2008 #12
thanks d and now for more. haha
here is another take on the zulu i was working on its pretty close to finish now...well closer than it was. I readjusted the colors since there is some disconnect between my monitors and i worked over the figure some more and fixed my eyes.
September 20th, 2008 #13
New gear girl image (nudity)
i almost forgot to post this one. i've been working on this in my free time.
It's basically a girl a mech and a throw up tag on the floor. This is a WIP i'll put into my cache to finish later....much later probably.
September 27th, 2008 #14
Just noticed, on your mech girl - her head seems a bit large and her neck seems too long and like it's bent at a really odd angle. More like a noodle than a neck.
October 2nd, 2008 #15
October 13th, 2008 #16
yahh!!! fall break
heres some updates some of these pieces are changing. others are just not working (mainly the mech girl is getting alot of changes and the colors off on the gear girl) i need to refine everything PLEASE CRIT.
October 13th, 2008 #17
October 13th, 2008 #18
You have a good start here, only thing I can prescribe are studies! Loads and loads and loads of studies. Not to say that your stuff is bad or nothing, but studies are a good way of understanding what you need to improve on, what things are interesting to you and what might be pealed away
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October 13th, 2008 #19
October 15th, 2008 #20
Looking good Ken I'd second elf here on the prescription of studies. Do lots and lots and lots of them - quick sketches at first, gesture drawing from reference, etc. Don't hurry into details yet. Color wise, getting reference may help you improve very quickly. Find an image you like, look at its colors, and try to describe to yourself how the artist used colors, then try to use the same color theory on your own paintings - pretty soon you'll be cranking out awesome palettes on your own Keep up the good work!
October 16th, 2008 #21
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sup ken , i dig the matte paintings. keep up the good work...
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October 29th, 2008 #24
Mumumash: i just use alot of reference, having an image of a woman up while you sketch really helps, and with woman less is more on the definition of the body.
cjvs22: thanks yo
new gear girls and general mechanical stuff coming soon
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November 4th, 2008 #27
I was especially impressed by those anatomy sketches. VERY good job!
November 29th, 2008 #28
November 29th, 2008 #29
awesome. love the style on the last few.
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December 2nd, 2008 #30