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awesome amount of studies. its cool seeing the improvement after each post. keep at it
Fantastic Bridgman studies! You're working so hard...keep going!
Thanks for looking on my sketchbook page. Loomis is already helping me alot, especially in the way i draw heads. The globe like form with the two crosslines works.
Your B/W photoshop works are great, love it, especially if you do some colored lighting on them like you did with the orc head.
Last edited by Nils Raavé; March 18th, 2009 at 02:01 PM.
Busy week. Didn't get much art squeezed in. BUT now it's weekend and time to art!!!!
@paperhead: Thanks, glad you can see the improvement. Sometimes i feel as if im not moving at all ... will keep drawing
@Nils Raavé: No problemo Yup Loomis is quite nice. Havn't started to study colors that much yet, but maybe i should.
Last edited by Jonas_J; March 20th, 2009 at 05:53 AM.
wow Braintree nice progress man, it's only been like 1 or 2 weeks since I last looked! That onion's excellent - the hard work paid off you can really tell that in the rendering. That old man face is great. Your pencils are coming a long nicely. The trees brill, real 3d form, love how you've used the lines to suggest volume.
And really beleive you're improving, I know it's hard to tell sometimes, it's like when you grow up, a very gradualy transition. But I hope you can see the progress you've made already.
You're doing it bro, just keep at it
@Vloth: Thanks! not improving nearly as fast as i would like, but gonna change that in the summer holiday
@ AlexTooth: Thank you! Glad you can see the improvement ... sometimes it feels like im walking backwards
This weeks batch. The old man with the cigar is a study from a photo taken by Steve J Murray. The B&W scene is a study from "the Pirates of the Caribbean".
the face of the bagpipes player looks fantastic man, nice study. The improvement is most definitely evident, keep goin.
http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...99#post2372999 <- sketchbook...
http://woopatworks.blogspot.com/ <- Blog...
@ wookiedabo: Thanks! Summer holiday is almost here, then it's gonna be drawing 24/7
@ Ostrander: Thank you! means a lot getting encouragement from an artist as good as you. That drWho sketch is awesome.
This weeks batch. Didn't get to do as much as i would have liked. No digitals
The panels are from "Les rivières pourpres" (The Crimson Rivers) a brilliant French movie.
Oh, and i just finished my 2nd sketchbook, on to my 3rd!
Now that's an onion
Make a sketchbook happy, feed it a tip to improve!
@Pigeonkill: Gonna do another color study tomorrow, maybe of a spoon
Poopman ... the forgotten TF2 class?
Heavily inspired by Team Fortress 2 concept art and the Jarate aprils fool poster.
(it's supposed to be a pair of underwear he's got on his head ... been having lots of trouble making them read properly)
oh, and happy Easter!!!
thanks for my first comment on my sketchbook, i thought i'd check out yours, i really like the sense of weight and mass in your drawings in particular the hands. also are some of your drawings using a graphics tablet? i've been thinkin of gettin one and was wondering which one you use?
Man woww great sketchbook, you got me motivated, your digitals are coming along pretty good, and your pencils and studies are great keep it up!!1
5 replies !!! w00t
@ papermate: Thanks! I use a wacom Intous 4 for all the digital painting. The drawings are just normal pencils from 3B to 2H
@ Ruivo: Thanks, glad you got motivated
@ maeshanne: Thanks
@ jatherip: Thanks I will
@ Whitevillage: Glad you can see the improvement ... sometimes it feels like im walking backwards. Just need to keep drawing i guess
Arm studies (from MMA pictures)
King Kong movie still
Clothed figure study (original picture by Jade Macalla)
And lastly some TOTALLY SHITTY scribbles. I should delete, burn and destroy them but i've promised myself to show everything i do ...
Man...great posts in here lately. Love the variety of worki you're doing. Bridgman noses looking particularly good, and the second batch of hand drawings are 100 times better than the first. Great to see how hard you're pushing yourself!