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Thread: Frank's Sketchbook. *04-14-11*
September 22nd, 2008 #1
Frank's Sketchbook. *04-14-11*
Science major, just realized that this is not exactly what I would enjoy doing for the rest of my life. Still planning to finish up my Clinical Science degree, but also planning to catch up with my long lost love: ART. Been on a dry spell for a bit, left doing what I love to do for a good 5 years ago. It's great to stumble upon this great community of artists, just the push I needed to help me re-emerge as a better artist.
Thanks for looking,
EDIT: AS USUAL, CHECK OUT THE LATEST PAGES FOR RECENT WORKS.
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Also got a refurbished wacom not to long ago to practice with. feels weird..
Well here's an apple. (about 45 min on/off)
*edit: moved figures over to the next post
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September 22nd, 2008 #3
here's a WIP, movie still of tropic thunder, which was quite a funny movie.
September 23rd, 2008 #4
couple of pages from my sketchbook.
life sketches from the beach
hand studys (loomis & self)
September 24th, 2008 #5
more figures, these are actually done on drawing paper this time instead of newsprint. It was weird working with better paper.
thanks for looking.
September 26th, 2008 #6
so I got used to drawing paper a little bit.
feels like I'm improving, I hope...
5 minutes(supposed to be a 10 minute, but had to restart.)
30 minutes, trying out compressed charcoal.
September 26th, 2008 #7
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September 26th, 2008 #8
Nightblue-Thanks for the encouragements, I'll be sure to drop by your sketchbook after work. (I'm sure you're awesome).
a Quickie for fun(1.5 hour or so). need to work on my PS painting skills. If you're from SF, you might recognize this from Japantown...
appreciate the peeks!
September 29th, 2008 #9
Painting in PS is a beast. Props for those who went through the hard work to learn it.
Speedo-paint 45 min
detailed (just used a hard brush circle)
thanks for the peeks.
-Frank the blank..
September 30th, 2008 #10
Speed paint again! same subject. Learned a lot from this one.
thanks for those peeks yo!
-Frank the shank
September 30th, 2008 #11
October 2nd, 2008 #12
Mumph: thanks for the encouragements! I'll swing by your sketchbook in a moment.
Now in figure drawing class we moved on to the head/neck/shoulder..
favorite one (10 min)
side profile, which I have to work on more (10 min)
the one that I disliked the most, the face is too small...(30 min)
and here's another speed paint! (approx 1.25 hr)
Thanks for the peeks!
-Frank the tank.
October 2nd, 2008 #13
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