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Thread: Miguel Sastre Skechbook 1.0
October 31st, 2008 #31
This is one study of color using this futuristic soldier.
Critics are welcomed.
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October 31st, 2008 #33
The first sketch i did for before piece
October 31st, 2008 #34
Eye study. and fem bust
October 31st, 2008 #35
off to a good start here, all those studies are definitely coming along nicely, i'd suggest doing more life drawing, study more anatomy and work on your values a bit more in your paintings, but other than that your on the right track so keep up the good work.
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October 31st, 2008 #36
Everybody that reply my post suggest me that I have to study more anatomy and doing more life drawing so I'm gonig to pay attention to it. Thaks everybody for suggestes!!
October 31st, 2008 #37
En ese aspecto tienen razón, aunque tu sombreado y el tratamiento de las líneas lo tienes controlado. Aun así, no olvides el trabajo creativo, jejeje
Sigue así, en breve notarás una mejoría bestial.
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First id suggest getting yourself a blush brush (aka blender) most women have one for applying makeup! You can get one prity cheap at a department store or pay though the nose at an art shop, its up to you (pride or affordability? ) These things are amazing for acrylic when doing clouds for example lay down some white or grey and while its still wet you can use your blush brush to blend and soften those clouds, i noticed yours have hard edges and clouds rarely if ever have those. ( also some dry brushing helps alot here just take the paint don't add any water or very little and use a dry round brush the blush brush is used in a similar way as for it to work it also needs to be dry and "poofy")
Second for the roof and the tower you don’t need to try and place in so much detail on those shingles and bricks, be a little more abstract and give the impression if you do want to render in every one pencil them in first with a 2B that will help keep the lines straight.
I think your initial sketch may have lacked detail its always worth your time to spend more time on the sketch(even if it’s on paper and not canvas) this helps with your whole understanding of the picture and makes your job easier. You can’t go wrong with more time spent planning it saves you from wasting time on decisions later or checking back to your original reference ever few seconds. For myself I always place in a good detailed sketch for buildings you don’t want to mess up the straight lines and angles as there far to noticeable(the human eye is brutal on linework). For plant life you can just tackle those when the time arises in the process if you perfer.
Also if you do decide to work in more sketches on your canvas be careful not to smudge the lead before or during the painting ill often put a thin layer of white over the lead to prevent it from spreading during the painting process (i know this one from a terrible experience!!! *cry*)
Great work keep it up I especially love the Indy pic, was that in painter?
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November 1st, 2008 #39
Eicardo: Sí, todos me dicen lo mismo. Que dibuje mas del natural. La verdad es que me cuesta muchisimo ponerme a dibujar al natural pero lo voy a intentar. Sobre lo de dibujar algo mas creativo lo estoy intentando. Ultimamente tengo muchas ideas creativas pero no llego a plasmarlas por falta de tiempo o porque cuando me pongo a dibujarlo no me sale bien porque lo que se me da bien es copiar no inventar. Estoy intentando aprender mas anatomia. Haber si acabo los trabajos de clase y puedo ponerme un poco con los libros de Burne Hogarth. Gracias por tus replys, se agradece que me escribas en español porque el ingles no lo controlo mucho y muchas veces me lo tiene q leer mi hermano y no quiero depender de el. Tambien estoy en la escuela de idiomas para ver si aprendo algo y así puedo expresar bien lo q pienso y siento por el arte en CA! un saludo amigo
Thanks MR Roche for your pieces of advice. I'll try my best.
Indy pics was drawn with photoshop.
November 9th, 2008 #40
November 9th, 2008 #41
This evening I instaled ZBrush2 in my PC, because yesterday I had watched Andrew Jones Insomania DVD. He is realy fantastic. You can create amazing shapes with this program. I want to learn more about it.
November 22nd, 2008 #42
Hi Guys. As you told me I'm practicing life drawing. But it is too difficult for me because when I draw in the bus or at café people moves a lot.
Apart from that I have been watching Andrew Jones' DVDs to learn more about ZBrush and Corel PainterX. I'm going to post some of thiese studies.
Yhis is a shapes created by ZBrush.
November 22nd, 2008 #43
Hola Mike,bienvenido,no te había visto por aquí
November 22nd, 2008 #44
muy bunas tio. la verdad es q no llevo mucho tiempo por aquí pero creo que tengo mas cosas que en imagnosis xd. la verdad es que aqui se aprende muchisimo mas.lo malo para mi es el idioma pero bueno intento defenderme como puedo.un saludo y gracias por el slaudo.
November 23rd, 2008 #45
November 23rd, 2008 #46
Next part using photoshop to create asymmetric and symmetric shapes.
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November 23rd, 2008 #47
December 2nd, 2008 #48
This is me with ANDREW & MARCO in expocomic 2008!
They give us a masterclass and it was an amazing experience.
Andrew drow a portrait of my girlfrend so I'm going to paint it on corel painter as andrew's style.sorry for my poor english. If I can talk english better I will tell you more details.sorry
December 6th, 2008 #49
This is my last self portrait.
December 8th, 2008 #50
December 31st, 2008 #51
This is selfportrait I did on December. It tooks me 15 - 45 minutes. I did these in home, on bus, at 2 am etc etc...
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
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February 15th, 2009 #52
I'm studing anatomy using Hogarth books.
This is a lot of Hand stuff
February 15th, 2009 #53
February 15th, 2009 #54
Some hands from life and other with photo reference
March 3rd, 2009 #55
Hi people. Today I felt a little bit better than last days, probably because my father whose had heart atack last thursday is going better little by little.
Other reasons is that my art school(where you can't draw because the teachers is in bad mood if you draw) ends in 2 month.
I promiss, when I graduate I'm going to draw everyday....anatomy,environments, portraits,light study, color....ALL
today I drow the brown man ...without ref. painter...only with artists' oils tool in blender bristle. the others is with reference.
I know...i have to practice more more more more more more more more more and more.
My school really soured my days, I WANT TO DRAWWWWWWWWWWWW.
I want to be a SPARTAN!
Sorry for my very poor english.
March 6th, 2009 #56
This is a bookmark I just designed. I trate to practice with corel painter as Andrew does.
What do you think about it?
March 11th, 2009 #57
El chico abriéndose la gabardina está brutal, y en el estudio de la cabeza se nota una buena percepción del color. El último trabajo en painter lo veo un poquillo cargado pero siendo un marcador para libros te lo habrán pedido así no? un saludo
March 12th, 2009 #58
Ricardo: el chico con la gabardina soy yo jeje aunque fijandome el otro dia bien en la cara me di cuenta de que tiene los ojos demasiado separados, cosas que uno se da cuenta demasiado tarde.. Sobre la composicion en painter era solo una practica del metodo de trabajo de andrew jones que me llama mucho la atencion y me gustaría dominarla un poco me imagino que ya habras visto sus cosas y si no vete a verlas cuento antes ok? xd
Anatomy studies by painter
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March 30th, 2009 #59
I took first a photograph and them i paint some textures with painter for background, and at last y rendericed it with photoshop.
Last edited by MIKETAYLOR; March 30th, 2009 at 06:51 PM.
April 27th, 2009 #60