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    Quote Originally Posted by Quikenobi View Post

    Will you show the drawings for your Shi Fu? Looks like you're studying Wu Xing
    Wow, I sure will. Not studying Wu Xing but I'm certain there are many similarities. I am studying mainly the system "Hung Ga". I actually study the Five Animal (Tiger - Crane - Leopard - Snake - Dragon) / Five Family System (Hung, Mok, Fut, Lee, Choy) (Ark Y Wong) but we also do the full on traditional Hung Ga system as well as quite a few other things - Bagua and San Shou to boot. I love it all.

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    Alright more sketches for you; I vegged out for a week and didn't do anything but play Final Fantasy VII for some strange reason, but it felt good and I'm back in da' groove as they say.



    I my demons. Drawing them makes me feel a' soo gooood. If anyone can guess what the D&D monster is on the 2nd page, cake for you (though I drew it based on 2nd hand description alone so it's not perfect).

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    Hey dude, really nice stuff ! I like the lion's sketches, and your eyes studies ! Don't forge to draw a lot from life to improve your skills ! Keep it up !

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    Just a few more for you tonight... I've experimented with all 12 of the Prismacolor Pencils I dug up in the attic... Not so great though! Hope to learn more about this portable, vibrant medium. I just kind of let my hand go and made shapes with a pen, then went back over them with colored pencil.

    Also, a sketch I thoroughly enjoyed and want to refine into an actual piece; The Forest Guardian!

    I think my torso anatomy is improving much, but still also needs much work. I used some muscle diagrams as a guideline for his chest.

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    I really like the forest guardian concept.. a bit of further refnement would be great

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    Just throwing in an example of my "warm up" pages, courtesy of what I've learned from my mentor in ID, VogelA and Imagine FX articles. Gets my hand loose, my brain over-flownig, and helps reinforce muscle memory.

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    Nice SB. I like the different point of view sketches that you tackled in post# 26. Your linear work has lots of energy but have you considered making studies with a broad brush or charcoal stick? I only ask this because I noticed that switching from one method to another shakes things up a bit and helps with planar and tonal analysis.

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    Right on! Cool to know there is another Hung Gar practitioner on the forum. I really like looking at your sketches too. Looks like you're getting your moneys worth from that moleskine.

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    owhhowwhh no more updates! your lines have wicked form, and I love all your wonderful demonic monster concepts. they look so cool and your lion and eye studies from the previous page are brilliant. I look forward to the next update (whenever it may beeee) so I can feed my brain

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    Sorry!! I took up a second job and have been really busy, but I'm going to have them cut me back; borderline quitting. It's so funny, so many are unemployed but I somehow manage to land a 2nd retail job ;|

    Here's a 5 minute sketch (somehow I didn't get to the feet on time, I'm scared to draw them; I'm going to work on that next week...) that turned into a structural study from class on Wednesday. 9B Pencil

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    Some more from live models, Chalk/Pastel Pencil (White, Charcoal/Negro... I also have Sanguine and Sepia tones for my creamy papers) on 9x12 Canson Mi-Tientes. Longest pose was the horizontal one, 30 mins.

    Some of these will be going into my transfer portfolio, along with some 18x24s. They want observational? By god, they've got it. I have this class for 2 hours twice a week, and Im going to start going to the 4 hour one on Tuesday nights for extra model time (Got permission from the division)


    Also, I love drawing on Kraft Pad paper, but I dont want to post that drawing up yet til I'm done. Got carried away with it

    Tune in next time for: Pezzle draws feet!

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    A big wow at those life studies.. keep them coming!!

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    Some more... 9/23 - 9/28. From life, except for the one on brown paper. At least, one would hope that isn't from life!! Maybe undeath? Was experimenting with sepia, dark sepia and red chalks from Koh-I-Noor and Conte. Just bought a set of very cheap and basic chalk pastels from Loew Cornell, but want to experiment with Schminkes or something far nicer and toxic.

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    More life study, though not much to show this time around. Gonna go fool around with some walnut ink now..

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    Feels like I produced crappy results in today's session, I don't wanna show the full figure drawing I did .

    This gem came out of it tho...still trying to learn how to marry the red chalk and negro koh-i-noor pencil into a darker value of red. Was only working in 9x12 though so getting sharp details was tough, so his eye looks a bit funky to the left. Alas, next time...

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    That's a good drawing, but the nose is too long, and too narrow. There should be that magical eye distance between his eyes, and the bottom of his nose should roughly line up with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TASmith View Post
    That's a good drawing, but the nose is too long, and too narrow. There should be that magical eye distance between his eyes, and the bottom of his nose should roughly line up with that.
    Yeah, thinking about his face now I realize that that nubby ball on the end of his nose should've been a little higher up. I hope I get better in time! I don't think it's too narrow from the bridge down, but more or less too narrow around where the flared portions of the nostrils are, correct? If so, then I agree with you.

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    Another dump from me... don't know, a lot of it isn't me at my best, some of it is experimentation (flat part of a sanguine conte crayon... walnut ink etc). A lot of these were done in class when I was totally sick with a sinus infection and couldn't seem to function right - not getting enough sleep at all, my heads been swimming.

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    I see a noticeable improvement in your last two posts. Without knowing what your drawing from when you practice I would ask how are you measuring your proportions?

    You mentioned picking up a second job and that other students are unemployed.
    Think of how many hours you have available in any given day. Your young so you can survive on 4 or 5 hours of sleep indefinitely it may seem. If your an average art student you might draw or work on gen ed work for 4 hours a day. If you give the rest of your time out for retail work youll gain some spending money but you also slow your journey to art independence.
    Consider this article on how to master a skill in stages.

    http://www.lifeclever.com/five-steps-to-skill-mastery/

    Dont get me wrong work if you must but imagine yourself as a working artist upon graduation. If you have to repay loans youll need to be making a fair wage. Visualize how you can work with the locals and still be learning art with that time so that when you get your degree youve already got your foot in the door. I met our state senator while volunteering at the city art festival (if only i were prepared to show him my work).

    I wish I had all the success to back up what I just said but Im like you just getting started. But since I have made time my first priority I have become a more productive person 10 fold. If you apply the logic that it takes 10000 hours to master a skill and if I want to be pretty bad ass by 2012 then I need to draw 6-8 hours a day...

    Good work so far keep experimenting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steffler View Post
    I see a noticeable improvement in your last two posts. Without knowing what your drawing from when you practice I would ask how are you measuring your proportions?
    I kind of spot measure instead of drawing lines on the paper constructive-like since I have a time limit in life drawing class. I'm drawing directly from live models. I use heads and just try to make relative measurements (checking length of thighs VS torsos, lining up flare of nostril to corner of eye etc)

    You mentioned picking up a second job and that other students are unemployed.
    Think of how many hours you have available in any given day. Your young so you can survive on 4 or 5 hours of sleep indefinitely it may seem. If your an average art student you might draw or work on gen ed work for 4 hours a day. If you give the rest of your time out for retail work youll gain some spending money but you also slow your journey to art independence.

    Dont get me wrong work if you must but imagine yourself as a working artist upon graduation. If you have to repay loans youll need to be making a fair wage. Visualize how you can work with the locals and still be learning art with that time so that when you get your degree youve already got your foot in the door. I met our state senator while volunteering at the city art festival (if only i were prepared to show him my work).
    I fully agree. I just gave my two weeks notice on Wednesday, because I realize how much it's holding me back now. I hate it because all I can see now is lost time. I can't wait, last day is November 4th... I'll have all the time in the world to work on my art. On the days I have totally off, I plan to draw all day with some physical activity in between... because, well, I need exercise. I like to put 2-6 hrs a week into hockey


    Good work so far keep experimenting.
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    Need to update this thing a lot more.

    Experimentation is the name of the game right now. Trying new things with conte, chalk and ways to render in graphite.

    EDIT: Kind of funny to see the model's hair grow through the semester.

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    Hey Pezzle, nice to meet another ballpoint pen scribbler

    From what I can see you're focusing on human anatomy more at the moment, which is good and your progress from figures in your first post is definitely showing. At the moment I'd suggest breaking down the figure into blockier or more basic forms more in a lot of studies, to get a feel for the shape of the human form as a general idea - its planes, parts, and how it all fits together.
    If you've got access to any books by George Bridgman, he's very good at this (the drawings are blocky but they provide the underlying structure of the human form, edges and all). He's got a few books out but you can find his "Complete Guide to Drawing From Life" pretty easily now, sticks them all into one handy big book. Got mine cheaps off eBay

    Also another guy is Burne Hogarth; now, he's kind of exaggerative in his forms, but he does have some good ideas on construction of the body, most importantly hands and feet. If you can find "Dynamic Anatomy" anywhere I'd say it's worth a look in comparison.

    Keep up with your perspective practice and try some more value studies from life, and don't be afraid to branch out into animals too. I found that by studying various animal anatomy this year I gained a better understanding of how muscles and the body as a whole coordinate, and also their similarities and differences to the human form.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iolarnula View Post
    Hey Pezzle, nice to meet another ballpoint pen scribbler

    Also another guy is Burne Hogarth; now, he's kind of exaggerative in his forms, but he does have some good ideas on construction of the body, most importantly hands and feet. If you can find "Dynamic Anatomy" anywhere I'd say it's worth a look in comparison.

    Keep up with your perspective practice and try some more value studies from life, and don't be afraid to branch out into animals too. I found that by studying various animal anatomy this year I gained a better understanding of how muscles and the body as a whole coordinate, and also their similarities and differences to the human form.

    And more demons :p
    You know what's cool, ImagineFX did a series of Tutorials on Animal Anatomy... I have been wanting to go through those. When it gets nicer out, I'd like to go to the zoo and sketch from life. Good idea!

    I have the Hogarth/Bridgman/Goldstein/Bammes/Loomis collection, I guess I'm afraid to do some studies right now and am focusing on slightly more polished pieces because Im trying to compile a portfolio to get into a different school. Maybe the would want to see my studies? To be honest I've been so nervous and uptight about what I'm producing lately. Everything for the past few posts have been nothing but art dumps from my life drawing class.

    And yes, ballpoint pen scribbles are the best. Demons are better, MUAHAHA!

    And I'll update soon, just really sleepy. I'll get a scan in before bed.

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    life studies look great, studies in general looking good!

    nice to see you in ssg15, it should be fun.

    I wish I can find hung gar near me, it is a great style!

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    Hey, sorry for the slow updates so far - the end of the semester approaches quickly, which means it's final project crunch - pretty much all of my time is devoted to class assignments right now. So I'll post some of this school stuff!

    Just a bit of an art dump. Two sort of free and loose sketches (tiger warrior and Kadmos facing the dragon), an ink brush study attacked by skulls, a study of the human pelvis and an oil painting I'm working on (struggling with actually, but I'm learning in great strides).

    Can't wait til semester over... will have so much more... ugh.

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    Good start on that oil painting, Brittany! Drawing wise it's working fairly well, the proportions are good and you're keeping the shadows simple and transparent. The main problem right now is uniformly hard edges. It looks like you're inching your strokes towards each other in order to stay within the lines, and that's something that shows instantly. Don't be afraid to lose the drawing in places temporarily- paints strokes into each other. Background into hair, hair into background, and remeasure when needed to recover the drawing. It's extremely harrowing at first, yes, but it'll give you a wonderful edge quality and will let you choose when to make a hard edge. Look up notes on Sargent's approach, they're floating around the net and talk about this sort of thing.

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    Hi Pezzle Anatomy stuff coming along, your proportions are looking good. Nice start on that painting. I agree with Sidharth about the edges especially that long hard edge on the hair that's going on. Also noticed that when you shade your stuff you bring the shadow all the way to the edge. Try and get some reflected light in there kind of like what you got going on in the forearm of that last painting. It will help give the illusion of form. keep it up!

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    Keep up yer good studies. I've never used oils so can't help you with anything there heh, Sidharth has some great pointers though.

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    keep going on great

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    Sorry about such lax updates. Preparing my portfolio and running around with this and that to get into art school was time consuming but worth it - I have been accepted! With all going as planned, I should start in September.

    On to sketches! Basically just brick-a-brak, assorted sketches, thumbnail/idea pages turned into sketch tangents and studies. The horned warrior guy near the end of this cluster is embarrassing - it's what happens when you idly draw while completely concentrating on something else, lol.

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