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    SinneSkizzen

    I'm Marisa - born 19.03.1984 and currently in my 2nd year of Architecture studies at the Glasgow School of Art, Scotland.

    Anyway, here's my sketchbook - all crits, comments and feedback are very much appreciated (and usually returned).


    **NOTE : New stuff begins on the second page - the first page is littered with stuff that I produced between 1 and 7 years ago, just to give you an idea of where I've come from and all that BS
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    My latest oil piece:

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    Coloured pencil rendering of a simple model I made for school:

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    5 minute Life Drawing sketch:

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    Oldie, but a fave; Elephae:

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    First oil painting; Withered With Shame:

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    p.s. any and all comments/crit/feedback are very welcome.
    Last edited by sinneart; October 19th, 2008 at 09:17 AM. Reason: I'm a dumb-dumb:)

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    very nice i like your oils very much

    post some more

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    Thanks 'ej I wish I had the time and space to do more oils...

    Here's a bunch 'o coloured pencil portraits..

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    pretty stuff. :]
    i especially like the spaniel. xD

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    A small WIP update...

    The first is a (crap photo of my) cubist representation of yoga movement/poses (for school) that we had to produce in the studio over the course of a day. (as a means to analyze the movement, for research into my eventual building proposal for a yoga centre..)

    Anyway... I was really inspired by Mentler's Sketchbook , in particular his abstract paintings... and decided it would be an interesting excersize to try and convert my cubist line drawing into the organic forms/abstracted language that Mentler has mastered... definitely a learning experience - but fun so far

    Any feedback would be lovely.

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    Hi,

    I like you're yoga piece a lot. Especially the Right one, but. If it is supossed to represent yoga-moves-lines etc. than i'd go for the left one, cause to me it seems to show a lot more yoga-like. In the right one that got a little bit lost.

    Grts

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    INteresting works. I really like your colored pencil stuff. I don't know the look of pencils (be it grey or color) always wins me over... I also a gree with you: the Elephae is awesome.
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    I like your work most of all your Mentler study and thanks again for the input! I should get that piece done soon. Hope you'll have time to post more work.

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    Nice carefully executed work. That last on turned out well
    ps: welcome to the forums!

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    And this is the design done... thinking of adding in some colouring, but definitely not tonight... my arm is sore from all the hatching... hah

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    Great stuff. I like the Caro.jpg portrait, the one with the hue shifts in the face. But =) her neck is to thin.
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    Wow, fantastic stuff! =)
    I'm mesmerized by your oils in post #2, they're great! Especially that last one, "withered with shame"; gorgeous!
    That elephant has a nice flow in it as well

    Regarding that last kickass design, I would like to see it - if possible - with a little bit darker lines and areas, to sort of increase the contrast a bit
    It looks great, but comes across as a little bit bland to my eye.

    Thanks for sharing!
    I'll keep an eye out for this!
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    Such a heavy burden now to be the One
    Born to bear and bring to all the details of our ending,
    To write it down for all the world to see.

    But I forgot my pen... "

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