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September 4th, 2008 #1
life is a sketchbook and then you die
Hi guys im kinda new i never had a sketch book. hope to make some friends and to get better by your guy's help.
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here are some more
September 4th, 2008 #3
one more, and the reference, the last one is a self portrait i did before i went to bed. going to dome self portraits everynight before i hit the sack. this one took me about 2 hours.
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September 5th, 2008 #4
self portrait #2
doing one of these every night before i go to bed this took me about an hour and 20 mins
September 9th, 2008 #5
did a quick sketch of a rino...
September 9th, 2008 #6
did this before i went to bed. timed my self. took about 1 hour. just a normal study of the skull and values.
September 9th, 2008 #7
the perspective on your lg phone is off a bit. your values are looking pretty solid
September 9th, 2008 #8
ya i just noticed the phone. thanks for the help
September 10th, 2008 #9
Update on my rino sketch. worked on it for another hour today
September 10th, 2008 #10
Nice work so far! Rhino could do with some texture for its rough skin
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September 10th, 2008 #11
September 10th, 2008 #12
some anatomy study of the chest and arm.
September 14th, 2008 #13
Flash walk cycle
i created this little dood. hehe my first attempt at flash animation
September 16th, 2008 #14
about a 2 hour study of the kneee
September 16th, 2008 #15
here is another one i took about 3 hours on this one. still getting use to painter
September 17th, 2008 #16
1 hour sketch
hour sketch i did in painter
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Your Dog Painting Is Cool and Vicious In a good way
September 18th, 2008 #18
thank you for commenting in my book!
you have a lot of nice digital studies here! i especially like those anatomy paintings!
i get the impression that all those are done after photo ref - right? if that's the case i'd recommend to start setting little still lifes up next to your computer - it will teach you looking a lot closer and observing colours better (and one isn't tempted to use the creade colour picker).
keep it up!
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September 18th, 2008 #19
September 20th, 2008 #20
some older stuff
some portraits i did. the girl is my girlfriend and self portrait
September 20th, 2008 #21
The rhino is nice, decent brush work. utilize your understanding of planes, in forms, and shapes. create distinct and delibrate strokes that describe what the form of the subject is doing. Look at studies for the human face as shapes in figure drawing fundamental books. however, the rhino stands out because of the somewhat finesse of placement and logic in the planar use of strokes that describe the gesture and thrust of the rhino's head, temple lobes, and its horn.
Keep it comin...
September 20th, 2008 #22
here are some random sketches
September 20th, 2008 #23
frog. old painting
one of my first digital paintings
September 20th, 2008 #24
quick studies about an hour each
September 21st, 2008 #25
my hip bone i bought about a year ago. first time i painted it. about an hour an half study
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Keep it up man, you're going in the right direction. You might want to go strictly black and white until you get the hang of values but your doing well so far.
Edit: Some thing a lot of people need to do when there first learning to draw and see (I am still in this stage) This is spending quality time with a single image. From the primary sketches, to refining your lines. Making sure every angle is right, your contours make sense, if there is foreshortening then if your lines are overlapping the forms in the proper direction etc. Once you get your drawing down you go into the rendering stage and spend some quality time there to. I personally think it's 80% observing the images values and trying to understand them in your mind before you even touch the paper with your pencil or what ever medium you are using. Now that you have observed the image found out where the light source is comming from made notice of how the light wraps around the form to create Highlights, midtones, shadows, bounce light it's time to put that knowledge to work. Render, render. hope this kinda makes sense.
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September 21st, 2008 #27
2 hour portrait study, of my sister
September 21st, 2008 #28
your lineflow needs some work, though i can seem progress already on them
try pushing yourself to draw a line in 1 line, not in bits and pieces.
first it wil look like crap (still does with me :p) cuz it doesnt have the direction or flow you want to, but after a while youll get the hang of it.
your working alot digital to, thats nice but dont forget the roost of art!
do some quick sketches on paper, anatomy studys and such.
keep it up
September 23rd, 2008 #29
leg anatomy study
September 23rd, 2008 #30
hi. Im new to this site but i was jsut wondering what kind of program you are using to do the digital stuff? Im taking classes at Westwood College to become a Game concept artist and like to try and work with some digital art.