Fraz: Yeah Im working on it, thanks for the comment
alright starting to apply what I learn now, still not good enough but if i dont try it wont happen. Heres a combination of loomis studies and my imagination stuff, Im sure you can spot the difference lol.
Fraz Yeah I'm having a little trouble rotating it properly but hopefully I'll overcome it, thanks man BubbaGump Cheers for the comment and thanks for dropping by bigfooTrooper I hope it will get me far lol, thanks dude.
more loomis/ no ref figures
ahh stupid proctrastination,
arghh need much more exciting poses and work on perspective
I'm going to work now but I might do some stuff after and re-post.
Try to do simple poses for now, focusing on proportions ! Don't forget the body weight, try to do in real poses you draw ! Anyway, keep that work ! Do more of life painting to improve your drawing skills !
Hey man, fantastic that you're doing your Bridgman and Loomis, it's already started to show up in your other work! From what I can tell, the one thing you're lacking is that you're still not putting quite enough rhythm and movement into the figures- even when moving, they're a bit stiff. Keep practicing those mannequins in Loomis, they'll help you loads.
Improving constantly. Nice job on the face, and I think you have a natural talent for clothes!
Cool job man, nicely rendered too, however remember to lift your pencil at the end of every stroke instead of scribbling. It will make it look a lot nicer.
Fraz haha thanks man, yeah sometimes i was lazy and scribbled WriterofThanks man hope to speak to you on vent again someday
alright I set out to do 100 heads in 100 minutes but sorta slacked, the 1st couple heads are 1 minute drawings the shitty shaded ones were abit longer. Then at the very bottom just some non reffed heads to see if I improved. Also my crappy copy of one of emily g's paintings which is in the thumbs above ^(I really should blend more and actually do the hair, too lazy lol). Also went to get a mechanical pencil today couldnt find 0.5mm T_T.
ughhhh not good enough NEED TO KEEP PRACTICING.
Last edited by Dilated; January 15th, 2009 at 06:21 AM.