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April 20th, 2009 #91
Hey, my dad went to Humboldt State. Nice town.
Your life drawings are really nice and show a lot of progression. (and post 53 is sweet) My only crit at the moment is that the anatomy in that dinosaur you posted is way off. Try studying some general animal anatomy: it can vastly improve the way you draw all manner of organisms, including people.
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Aaron Death: Oh god that would be awesome if it was.
Zweit: Ya, it's nice enough, I need more art in my life though, so i'm going to art school in san francisco.
Thanks for the crit, but i'm way ahead of you I went to the local zoo and did some sketches, then i did some more dino drawings.
April 20th, 2009 #93
I'll have a buttload of life drawings up soon but for now here's some digi stuff.
The girl was for a project in my graphic design class, she went on a flyer for a fashion show, and the landscape thumbs are just some imagined landscapes i put together pretty fast...i figure i need to work on color and landscapes.
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May 1st, 2009 #99
Ha ha! whats up dee?J: Don't call my escorts hookers.
B: Mom's still got it!
J: I don't date whores!
L: This objectification of women has to stop!
M: It's just mom and whores...
My Sketch Book
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May 5th, 2009 #104
I'm liking where the digitals are going.
May 17th, 2009 #105Registered User
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Hey, guy. Nice sketchbook you've got.
You're on the right track to excelling at capturing from life, but there's a massive disconnect between your observation and imagination studies. Try to be aware of what you've learned from your life sessions and the old masters and put it into practice when working from your mind. It'll make your skill shine!
Also, in your digital paintings, don't be afraid to push your values to both extremes. Make your shadows darker and highlights brighter. What you've been doing thus far makes otherwise competent value studies appear drowned out, muddy, and amateur. I'd also recommend not blending so heavily in the future. Take Sublimus' advice to heart and remember that color/value is all about edge control. For example, your creature thumbs all have clearly defined silhouettes, but when trying to read them beyond that, the details aren't defined and they come across as flat billboards.
You've got some great anatomy stuff in here, so, I'll be watching you. Keep it up!
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