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January 15th, 2009 #1
study, study, study,... (19. april)
I'm a freelance 3d artist/concept artist located in germany. the last years i spent a lot on learning know how and technic for doing animated features.. but i've always had a fable for drawing and paintin' .
i would love to get some serious and honest CC about my stuff, and perhaps some tips to improve, or anything.
Help me improve!
Last edited by syrez; April 19th, 2013 at 09:02 AM.
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My sketchbook, if you really want to see it...
"Picasso is a painter, so am I;... Picasso is Spanish, so am I; Picasso is a communist, neither am I." - Salvador Dali
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January 15th, 2009 #4
these are really good man, nice fluid lines
il be looking forward to more
January 16th, 2009 #5
hey thanks guys,
the problem i currently have is, that my first sketches for those poses look pretty ugly. I need time and layers to work out overlapping and correct foreshortning.. if i try this on paper.. i can't get it to work like the upper drawings. dunno, if to go more for fast sketches.. or just learn and work out poses to digg everything and the rest will eventually come, even on paper?
edited insert ( for making thumbnail updates easier, here are the drawings of the first post):
Last edited by syrez; March 2nd, 2009 at 05:17 AM.
January 16th, 2009 #6
to better show, what i mean and how i work..
heres a WIP layed out. i'm currently struggeling with a lean back postion, viewn from a bit deep under..which i thought should be easy, well hmm , this is just 5 minutes stuff.. i draw alot of this , but most time it directly goes to the dump, but i'm sure if i'll work more on this it'll get better..
January 20th, 2009 #7
had to do some other stuff last week.. did some doodles on friday but turned out terribly..
today and yesterday i switched back to painting and studied some photos for better understanding of light, shadow and color...
the landscape i did today is from a foto reference, and done in about 3-4 hours.. the horse is some 2 weeks old, a painting for a girlfriend.. took about 20 hours..
January 30th, 2009 #8
edited: "deleted a self monolgue, just found out, that drawing is so much fun for me, creativity and all.. one story that trembles me still is, that i for long kept studying from masters and copying stuff to understand is wrong.. but i was wrong. hehe.. "
Burned up my scanning device begining of the week, the anatomy studies from bridgman, are all on paper. Maybe I can scan stuff later, when I'm going to my girl friends home. So heres just small digital things i did the last weeks .. I've been more onto speed things also.. but should also do some longer and not as fast "sketches" to really understand.. dunno...
The only drawing thing studied on this following is the small thor marvel picture.. the Rest is from head.. as always.. until now :p
The color stuff is all photo referenced. done in 40 minutes on timer to learn color better.
Last edited by syrez; January 30th, 2009 at 05:38 PM.
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I really like your traditional and digital stuff, its seldom you find someone who is at the same level with both.
Some nitpicks for you to learn form:
On the last one a lot more red of the sky should reflect in the guys armor and try adding more drama with a cape perhaps?
I love the armor study. I should do one of those.
I really like your enviros, but I would suggest adding subtle unusal colurs you wouldn't think about first. That will add a lot to the realism. Try studying form fotos on the internet.
Keep going... I'm subscribed now!^^