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February 20th, 2009 #91
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ALL THE WAY!
Last edited by mentler; February 20th, 2009 at 11:35 AM.
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-- thank you all for the kind thoughts all the same. not sure I need a house call for what ails me just yet. or maybe I just need a different doctor! cheers - kevin
Last edited by kevinwueste; February 21st, 2009 at 01:58 AM.
February 23rd, 2009 #93
February 23rd, 2009 #94
man i can't stress to you how much of a hard time i have with line direction in hatching. your stuff helps! ill post up some ball point drawings later and i wouldn't mind if you could critique me
February 24th, 2009 #95
Lol Closest thing i got for a place to draw at is you local walmart my town sucks... for nude figure drawing. i know it would help me a fricken butt load . Trust me i hate using photos with a passition. I have a g/f but she moved.... and that was my only model that could pose for me lol... But i do draw from life when i get a chance i haven't posted any life drawings yet those are from the evil head :/ with no reference.
The school wants me to do a mural for the weightlifting room its a 10x10 foot wall and he wants a hulk pirate busting through the wall with weights and ill show you some of my sketches if you would like? i'm looking forward to your repsonce!
Your fellow artist,
February 24th, 2009 #96
wonderful sketchs! you really bring the chracters to life in them.
February 27th, 2009 #97
yeah actually i got some friggen good news man! i found a figure drawing session in our area but i found out that it costs money lol dam... its only 10 bucks i don't have lol. >.<; books yeah i got the loomis book on figures , still having difficulty of putting the figure in perspective. I am just going to have to force my ass to do it. like i am trying to push myself into color. but ill keep you up to date
February 28th, 2009 #98
some new things in oil and a painter x sketch..
the African lady is my first painter x painting from the ground up.. i have a lot to learn! oil studies from figure workshops at school.. nothing longer than 1 hr 40 minutes total painting time.. hope you like.. all comments welcome!
Last edited by kevinwueste; February 28th, 2009 at 01:25 AM.
February 28th, 2009 #99
Recen figure study from school workshop..
from a live model - 12 x 18 oil on masonite .. the colors stay pretty vibrant on this surface.. this is my first try of a figure on this support.. I hope to do more!
February 28th, 2009 #100
more new quick studies..
done before the one above.. about 1 hr 40 mins.. 11 x 14 on canvas board.. from life..
February 28th, 2009 #101
February 28th, 2009 #102
Nice oils, the man's face is especially nice. In the digital study, some of your hard edges and muted colors are lost from the oils. Balancing the blurry look with some hard lines, and the blown out saturated colors with some nice greys would make the digital look sweet. Heh but takes a bit to get used too.
February 28th, 2009 #103
a la babsi: I go to workshops several times a week for painting and drawing.. if I can do one or the other every day I am happy.
Blue Severin - agree w/the edge control non-management in the digital painting.. the thing that drew me to the image was that it is super saturated and I kept to that.. but aesthetically - I hear you completely! - kw
February 28th, 2009 #104
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dope updates! thx for sharing some steps - very interesting to see how you start painting! keep sharing!
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