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Thread: Dario's Sketchbook II
January 19th, 2009 #61
-Darkside: Hey buddy, thanks for the overpaint, i really didn't notice this mistake and will keep an eye on that the next time.
-Eurysaces: Thank you very much!
A little update since the last post - some new lifepainting works.
Gouache - about 2 1/2 half hours each.
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January 19th, 2009 #63
5 stars baby!!!
January 19th, 2009 #64
Very cool works!
January 19th, 2009 #65
Gee. Great color palette, great brushstroke, great pencil renderings, great solid construction, great animation....
Fuckin great sketchbook.
January 22nd, 2009 #66
January 23rd, 2009 #67
Congrats on that great sketchbook, the divesity of styles makes it really fun to look at...killer stuff!
I'm sorry that the university in vienna isn't the right thing, on the other hand I'm glad to here that...because i thought of going there a few years ago....
I decided to try it without degree and if i doesn't work out I'll try to get into school...hehe.....what a great plan.
keep doin what ya doin!
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January 23rd, 2009 #68
January 24th, 2009 #69
Very very cool work mate!!!
January 25th, 2009 #70
January 25th, 2009 #71
-Delmar: Danke! The university is not bad, but i'm just studying the wrong thing and unfortunately theres no real alternative in vienna. Classical, academic painting is something you rarely see around here. Anyway... i think moving on without a degree isn't necessarily bad, but at least shuts some doors for you. I'm sure the quality of your craftsmanship is what counts in the end though... I'm "ok" with using the time i will spend studying to improve as much as i can. Good luck!
-Daniel², revenebo: Thank you for your comments - glad my work appeals to you.
My entry for the current Chow #144 themed "Siamese Twins" in a postapocalyptic setting. Made the drawing in one session and it was great fun to render out a drawing that detailed. Something i should do more i guess...
February 15th, 2009 #72
February 15th, 2009 #73
February 15th, 2009 #74
wow u re doing good i love yor dravings they are fantasticc their lines cool and clear
February 15th, 2009 #75
February 25th, 2009 #76
Thank you once again for the friendly comments!
-Janos: I'm coming from drawing too, would call myself more a drawer than a painter, but during the last year i tried to equal out those two techniques, hoping i could blend them a bit more together. At least thats what you read and hear from several people: "Paint like you draw."
So... it ain't much unfortunately, but i wanted to share this little sketch with you guys. I like it. A funky house at the cliffs. I maybe use it for a painting in the future. After complaining about being lazy in my last post i got blasted away with work and i wish i could share some of it, but for now i'll have to keep quiet.
February 25th, 2009 #77
February 26th, 2009 #78
Thanks for the comments on my sketchbook! You have some awesome works here! Keep pushing it!
February 26th, 2009 #79
February 26th, 2009 #80Registered User
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wow awesome updates man! your figure drawing is superb! thx for sharing!
March 6th, 2009 #81
March 15th, 2009 #82
Thanks a lot for the charming comments!
Heres a kind of logo i painted for a friend of mine whos playing in a metalband. The idea was to just get a logo for promotional things, but i think they'll use it on their next album cover too. Their ideas were quite clear, but i had my artistic freedom in choice of color and overall style or course. I'm pretty happy with the result, still it's not something i usually tend to do.
If you want to check out some austrian rock solid metal, go visit their site: http://www.reap.at
I recently watched blade runner, yeah once again, and i really fell in love with the lightning in one of the first scenes, so i decided to do a small study of it. Nothing special, but i though it's still worth to share.
March 15th, 2009 #83
I instantly recognized the Blade Runner scene, even before you mentioned it. Good job on the latest updates, Dario.
Keep doing you
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March 22nd, 2009 #84
March 26th, 2009 #85Registered User
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Like I already told you, I really like your house on a cliff. I did something similar years ago. Maybe I should post it, just for fun.
Also nice study of Blade Runner. If you're interested in movie style lighting you should check out Scorsese's Casino where Robert Richardson really did some spectacular cinematography. Glossy and painterly with selective pools of highlight. Beautiful and stylised!
There's also a great book on the art of cinematography by John Alton called "Painting with Light". Highly recommendable.
I'd like to say something about your plein air paintings, but I haven't really any experience with that so better not.
However, I wonder why you feel you aren't on the right track ... ?
April 11th, 2009 #86
April 25th, 2009 #87
April 25th, 2009 #88
Such beautiful sketches! This last life painting is nice but her foot seems kind of odd, like it should show foreshortening a little more or be at a different angle or something. And that is a wonderfully nasty troll
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I finally started a SKETCHBOOK! Hoorays!
April 25th, 2009 #89
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Hey nice work Dario
Maybe both of the ankle joints blend too seamlessly with the shins, and need a little more definition, but I hadn't actually noticed it until Artangela brought it up. But now that we're on it, maybe the joints should be emphasized more across the board, ankles, knees, hips, elbows etc. to more clearly show where the form breaks. I don't know if you wanted a seamless look, if yes then nevermind.
I like the lighting on the foot. Adds interest, very nice!
Hope everything is going well.