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    here is another try of CG from life.... i spent too many time on it....and now i'm blocked...

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    Hi dessinateurimpulsif,

    Your drawings are not bad at all. Your are using observation as well as design at the same time. It's all practice and time. I can never stop drawing as I am one of those people that will slide downhill if I do. Always keep the hand warmed up.
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    aztcfireflower : i'm sorry to answer you so late but i don't come here nor draw since many weeks because i've got a lot of works and i can't draw ....i did a quick ear study....here is the result....I did it with black ballpoint

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    I've spend too many hours on this one i think... but i asking myself which way i should go on...i try to increase a bit the contrast and not to blur it too many... I think i must draw all the dots further...

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    This last effort is an improvement over the last apple. Its looking quite good, though you might wanna tra and add some cooler colours, too eg in the shadows.

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    "too eg in the shadows"....i don't understand what you mean here....I did it from life so I tried to have the rightest colour at the beginning... after i tried to increase contrast to have more volume then i try to have a cooler shadow ....There is something i don't understand i think....

    "add some cooler colours"... on the apple??? or shadows??? perhaps is the shadow too " flat" and i need to put more colours on???

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    God sorry I was kinda tired when I wrote that... =)
    I meant that by using cooler colours, for example (eg) in the shadow parts of the apple or the shadows themselves, you could add a little more volume.
    Sorry for that...

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    Ok...I understand now...I'll show you the next try with cooler shadows...thanks a lot....

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    something new...with pencil this time

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    Très joli le buste !
    Tes painting sont aussi sympa mais tu peux y mettre plus de justesse encore je pense !

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    T.a.i.v.a.s : merci de ton commentaire, je tattonne beaucoup sous photoshop, la tablette et moi on peut dire que c'est encore recent....j'essaye d'avoir quelque chose suffisament degradé mais pas trop mou.....donc pour le moment c'est assez difficile. Je pense aussi que rajouter de la justesse est très réalisable

    I did others drawing from imagination on photoshop .....i try to have a good impression of volumes (even if the anatomy is not good at all) without blur it too much.

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    kaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaameeeeeeeeeeeeehaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa meeeeeeeeeeeeehaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaa

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    I continue to learn digital drawing.....it's not very easy to clean the lines...no refs are used....

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    there is a long time I didn't draw from life, i tried to create a character anyway. I always draw naked bodies...I don't understand why, maybe have i got some problem to draw wears...

    Must i increase contrast, add more gray for the skin???? Give me your opinion.....

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    up 25/04/2009

    i try to add darker parts , more gray, and a background...so here is the result....

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    Classe ! ptin c'est claaaassse ! Continu ainsi, travail tes points faibles, la couleur, fait de l'aquarelle, de l'acrylique, c'est aussi fun ! continu de pratiquer, ca viendra rapidement ! keep it up ! Au fait, t'est encore étudiant ? ou déja pro ? ou c'est juste un hobby ?

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    Waow! Des tas de dessin génial ici. J'adore ces derniers morceaux, surtout les still life (je suis desolé, ma conaissance de francais n'est pas trop bonne de nos jours).

    Maintenant, allez et faites des images!

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    MacTire : merci beaucoup....thanks a lot, I'm happy you like my way of drawing and don't worry about french i understand easily what you said...

    Walid D : En fait je suis en école d'art, mais vu ce que ca m'apporte en terme de dessin et de peinture je peux très facilement dire que ça ne peut etre rien d'autre qu'un hobby...en terme de dessin j'ai tout appris au cours du soir avec des models qui posent, mais je n'ai pu profiter que de 2 heures chaque semaines hors vacances scolaires. j'ai fait un petit peu de peinture, mais vraiment pas assez pour progresser alors je tatonne avec ma tablette ces temps ci.... ca fait quasiment 3 ans que je dessine plus d'après modele, j'espere pouvoir reprendre tout ça l'année prochaine...autrement je bave plutot devant des boulot comme alpfenlenger ou pao ou...d'autres parce qu'il y en a vraiment beaucoup ici qui pete...et maintenant je vais essayer de bosser d'avantage la mise en scene....

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    i drawn this when i was looking the movie maniac...one more time it's absolutely not interesting , is it only due to the position of the character???

    Give me your opinion....

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    I continue to play with photoshop.....

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    Sympa la pause du "chasseur" ! Peut-être que l'on comprendrait mieux l'appui si on voyait davantage ses jambes mais sinon j'aime beaucoup !

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    Hehei!

    You have got imagination but you must obtain the ability to put on the sheet of paper what comes in you mind! The poses are heelll... like I am watching some student. Very good... just keep drawing and exercising the anatomy. I'll be watching you - g

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    T.a.i.v.a.s: ouhaip, je pense que tu as completement raison, je crois aussi que je vais devoir faire un truc que je n'aime pas , c'est de me servir de references histoire de voir comment les poses se mettent en place...

    clanlord : yep, I think you are right so, like I said to TAIVAS, i think i must work with references to improve anatomy, position etc in my drawings....( even if i don't like to draw from photography...)


    Here are some new drawings...
    The first one was drawn while i was looking mel brook's robin hood with paper on my knees...and a mechanical pencil.

    The third was drawn with photo" references"...quickly, max 10 min the big face and 5 the other....i try to have a different line with a 4B pencil

    Comments are welcomed....

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    Jolie série j'avoue avoir un petit faible pour les deux dernières sur lesquelles je sens davantage l'expression et le volume grâce au contraste.

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    youve got some really great figure drawing on here.
    I feel your struggle with digital painting, i didnt even know it existed until about a year ago. keep it up!

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    Hey, merci d'avoir posté dans mon sketchbook, ben pour le digital painting, ya pas de secret, faut peindre, ya plein de vidéos sur youtube, de digital painting, tu peux t'en inspirer, mais généralement, je peins a peu près de la meme facon qu'algenpfleger ( va voir son sketchbook pour comprendre, et voici aussi une vidéo d'un de ses autoportraits :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TpLCo...e=channel_page Voila, j'espère que ca va t'aider ! contine comme ca ! les derniers dessins sont vraiment classes !

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    Thanks for your comments folks...

    T.a.i.v.a.s : les 2 dernieres???tu parles des poulettes ou des planches... je pense plutot a la premiere solution non?????

    LRomel : Yes that's true..i've got problems with digital stuff....So I think the alien with the apple in the hand you've done is interesting from the colours to the texture...

    Walid D : merci pour cette video, je la connaissais pas . Je connais par contre les dessins d'algenpfleger , ils ont bien la patate. ce qui m'intriguait sur tes nus colorisés c'est le temps que tu y passe et comment tu crée tes fondus...si tu y passes trois jours comme moi ???

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    Last post is really cool!
    You have alot of potential.
    Keep having fun and drawing -Omerta

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    Oui Dessinateur je parlais des "poulettes" :p

    Pour la question du digital painting, comme dit Walid, il faut pratiquer, pratiquer,...Bien comprendre comment représenter et construire le volume...Bref la prise en main ne vient pas de suite ! Il faut s'exercer sans relâche. (D'ailleurs j'ai négligé la partie "modelage" de cette technique, je te conseille d'éviter de faire cette erreur !) Le selfportrait d'Algen' est une bonne démonstration effectivement.

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