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September 5th, 2008 #1
Arnes Sketchbook "2nd oil painting"
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January 29th, 2009 #3
hi there, the landscape paintings are beautiful and it's cool that you try all kinds of potraits. Keep on doing this stuff!
Only crit is that sometimes your heads lean a bit to the right upper side (obvious on page 2 on the right guy's head and the baby head).
Die sind ein bisschen verzerrt was kommen kann weil du nicht grade auf's Blatt guckst- wenn du schief sitzt oder so von der Seite guckst werden die Bilder dann meistens auch schief.
Naja, immer weiter zeichnen, deine realistischen Sachen sind ziemlich gut ;D
Edit: you update while I comment:
Danke für den Mann :3.
Is der ganze leere Raum da auf der linken Seite so gewollt?
I just took a break to post this.
But sometimes I also draw stuff
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January 29th, 2009 #4
Thank you for your kind comment...
I absolutely agree to your critics, I see those distortions by myself.
I will do better the next time.
Nein, der leere Platz ist nicht wirklich gewollt... hatte nur irgendwie noch das 3:2 Format in Photoshop drin, hätte man auch croppen können.
Für die Komposition ist es zumindestens nicht gut^^
Maybe I will draw some more heads tomorrow
January 29th, 2009 #5
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January 29th, 2009 #6
Hey thanks for stopping by my sketchbook. I see what you mean with a harder brush, and no I am definitely not trying to do the blurry look. I think experimenting a bit and not trapped to a small selection that I have been working, and maybe trying to experiment with patience wouldn't hurt either.
Looking at your stuff here, I can see you have an idea how the anatomy works. Really good work going here. You have inspired me to try working some vehicle designs btw. I will post more soon.
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February 1st, 2009 #9
like to colors on the canyon, only wish it had a few sharper lines
more please >;3
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February 2nd, 2009 #11
Those gestures are incredible for 30 secs! Your digital stuff is very strong, both the figures and the enviros. I would add more rocks and stones to the enviro you just did and use some slightly different hues on them. The contrast of the orange/red and the blues are nice, but a little more variation could add realism without stealing focus.
Great stuff so far, in quality and quantity!
February 2nd, 2009 #12
The jungle environment looks pretty good.
Maybe you'll try to work less with photos and more from imgination plus photos as references. Especially the first drawings you posted are a little bit lifeless.
But keep on going
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February 2nd, 2009 #13
u have it in you i can see it all over. Are u professional ?
Now isn't that cute ....
BUT ITS WRONG!!!
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February 2nd, 2009 #14
These are good, but I'd honestly like to see something of your own creation, a summation of your learning. These all seem to be copies. That's all well and good, but it would be nice to see actual life drawings.
The problem with copying from photos is that you are making yourself look too much at the photo; you become a slave to it. I can see that-- some of the drawings are stiff, very strict.
Firstly, use large, sweeping strokes to break you out of the slavish mindset. Then, take a look around you and draw what you see, not photographs. Have a friend pose for you or something. There a lot of threads here that can help you w/ that.
Check out my sketchbook? updated 02.01
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wow realy cool jobs
March 11th, 2009 #21
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March 26th, 2009 #22
Rambo meets demon baboons in the jungle is the best one, imho, but a lot of these are really good. Keep posting.
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May 2nd, 2009 #24
Nice sketchbook man. Like the movie screenshot paints. The Fountain is my favorite movie!! That's one I fancy trying when I have the mad painty skillz.
The Bio dome concepts look interesting, but unfortunately I can't read German.
Keep em a coming!
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You'r last environment is great!
You know how to apply what you studied + imagination.
keep up with the studies
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Wow! Your values are fucking incredible man, look pretty much perfect. Those last two portraits are great as well, portraits from imagination are so fucking hard.
I noticed that the perspective on the last few landscapes was a little off, that's pretty much all I can think to crit!
Looking forward to seeing some more, especially some 3D stuff, they were equally awesome.
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Ha! Wonderful update there.
Beautiful colours and composition, I especially love the part with the light grass and the tree contrasting with the dark hideout.
Guess we talked about the rest and I hope that you get some attention for your sketchbook since you really deserve it.
Good job and keep it up .
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great stuff so far, good to see how many studies you do
your digital paintings are really nice
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November 16th, 2009 #29
Your sketches are clean , your tonality is correct, your colors are on harmony.
Those 3 are enough for me to inspire me
yup, another sketchbook to bookmark
i will be watching ya!
Wanna see more environments , especially on dynamic perspectives
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January 29th, 2010 #30
Hey there ... thanx for the visit to my SB and for the advice ... much appreciated.
You have some pretty tight work here! I really like all your colour studies and the anatomy studies are also looking really sweet! I see you do 3D as well ... very nice! Keep up the good work!
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