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Thread: Head Drawings, Oil Sketches, and Quick Poses

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    it would be nice to see the process you take
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    Solid drawings man!
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    I don't mean to be a nag, but it's been too long Hope.
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    Very strong stuff.... If you have time could you stop by my sketchbook and give some advice plz ^^.
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    You have strong drawings, and your paintings are decent. I have not much to say but, just keep going.
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    some handouts I've picked up around town and a few quick oil sketches

    Here's some handouts I've picked up from Glenn that I've added to and some compilations of some useful info. Glenn is wonderful at putting the head handout to use. It's one of the most useful handouts I've ever gotten. I would suggest to anyone to practice running the abstractions over photos to memorize them and use them to find the subtle planes and contours of the face. The profile one is brilliant - it's all about the alike angles!!! This has been a godsend to me, Thank you Glenn!!!


    Oh - the head handout looks pretty strange at first and a little simple, but for me it was a missing link in how to construct the head. The key is to memorize how the lines run on your model from all angles. The lines help in pulling it all together and placing everything while keeping the continuity. The whirly one and the profile was the most useful to me.



    OmenSpirits - Thank you for the critique, I was grappling with that area!! Something was wrong - thanks!

    kielbasa_w
    - Thanks, I had originally left it out and decided to design it better, thanks!

    iwaswrong - sure thing, I'll post some steps. Didn't think viewers would be too interested in that since these are pretty quick drawings. Thanks.

    shuyin - keep going! Lookin good!

    DRO305 - Thanks man, or wooooo-man.

    john_d - Sorry!!!! here you go!!! Sorry again!!

    tandy1000
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    FallenGodX11
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    Thanks for all the notes !.. It appears that Glenn is using the same notes as Jeffery Watts. Of cos i guess all of them studied under Reilly or his students so basically everyone is learning the same stuff, and they are really good stuff..

    Btw love the charcoal drawing in the previous post. It really capture the mood aptly, casting the person in a rather aloof yet mysterious look. Keep it coming !
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    Did you also learned painting from Glen Orbik? Your painting style seems to remind me of Jeremy Lipking, one of Glen Orbik's students?
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    I only took drawing at CAI, painted a couple times with Ryan Wurmser. The look of the strokes has more to do with the surface.

    For these oil sketches I'm working on double oil primed linen using a mixture of softer hair brushes like Langnickel. Together these items will produce the same edges and marks on the canvas every time. Oil Primed linen also allows for very thin, wet application of first marks. These studies are 1 hour - 2 hour studies, so i didn't have time to go into the first layer of paint much.

    If I were to use bristles on acrylic primed cotton canvas the result would be very different, different marks, transparency of paint and different edges.

    The closest thing to oil primed linen would be primed panel, but it's still quite different.
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    sepia on paper
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    I am just curious but I thought this thread is RaileyH's personal thread. Shuyin you might have mistaken this thread for a gallery of head drawings and quick poses. You are totally welcomed to go create your own thread and post your stuff !
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    sorry my mistake
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    Thanks for the info.
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