I love the studies mate.
Remember to flip your images horizontally (digital) or use a mirror for proportions.
I'm with you about colouring, but I've been experimenting with colour
on the side, and as long as the values are right in Photoshop, just slap on a new layer on top and set the blend mode to 'color'. Real paints though. Forget about it. I'll probably be the first to go traditional from a digital background.
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@ Dwardo: Thanks! And yes, i will try to flip it to see if its correct.. i never do that but damn .. i should! thnx for the tip!..
I btw made 2 oils and oil rocks! You have to wait a shittyload of time before it dries but its a really fun way to create something..
I feel like i have been slacking immensly and that i havent updated in months..
I dont know why this burn out happens all the sudden.. it sucks !
So to make myself paint again i denied myself to any distractions tonight and i will be creative!
Heres some sketchbook stuffz.. ( Made more but those are to rubbish to post)
was struggling with color then gave up did a greyscale then found out the head structure got lost and now it just looks weird.. :'(
Here is some stuff from today..
I was so arsed i think i didnt work enough, just to much on my mind i guess..
Been a while :/
Its a pretty big update sorry
Here are some sketchbook pages from last few days:
Hey, thanks for checking out my sketchbook. Some nice stuff here. The hand pages are really nice, especially the one of what looks like your own hands. Your figures are coming along too.
Haha! I notice your doing the whole "figure drawings with multiple limbs" thing. Looks like a pretty sweet way to practice. It's just funny because it seems like everyone is doing it these days. Keep at it.
This is the second thread today that I see hand studies. (Nice studies rogerb)
I guess the God of ice cream wants me to practise them now.
If you're not in the know, look up the technique of 'squinting' while painting/drawing. It helps simplify what you're seeing. It reminded me to bring it
up after seeing your oily self portrait. Unless you really were oiled up.
[Then that's a story I don't want to know.]
@swampdigger: Thnx! And yeah, multi limbers are great to practice with different movements on the same torso
@dwardo: Thnx for the compliment, and hail to the icecream god!
Ill work on my digis!
For todays update!.. no digitals, cuz havent had time to make any!
So for now there is just a bunch of sketchbook pages!
Hope you enjoy please leave some crits/comments on them so i know what to work on
it´s good to see this enormous improvement.i´m really impressend.
i would be happy if i would leant taht fast(ok, and have you patience ^^)
you´re really getting it.it´s getting better and bettter with every post.
keep it up.
i´ll have an eye on you
the face studies look great!
keep it up
I do believe im in your SSG, so hi there!
I've noticed in a small number of your sketches you have ended the cranium just behind the ear quite abruptly, the skull does do this but maybe have a look at how the large muscles at the back of the neck and make the transition less abrupt. Your eye selection is really nice!
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@Herr-etc: Thanks for the compliments!.. dedication, motivation and alot of patience Ánd some redbull
@brewin: Thnx,, need much improvement :X
@pic: Thanks for pointing it out ill try to watch it
Here is some sketchbook pages of yesterday and today.. Its not all i have done.
But the rest was to crappy to post
Awsome lines, the hand studies kick ass. Envy.
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