Hi all ! Aaaah That gives me good of again being able to draw every day! Today I try to reproduce Walter Joseph Kovacs, alias Rorchard, in Watchmen in speedpaint :
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psp and Rorschach are both incredible
yyates05 : Thanks ! I hope than I will be able to do that from imagination soon !
And great thank for Walid D about its nice post on its sketchbook !
the psp is totally awesome! and i love the speedpaint! moooor studies
keep em coming!
These recent digi work are on a rise! Good on ye
Keep this momentum going and let's get more practice under our belt
jatherip : Thanks man ! I resume my studies of Loomis !
Bendragon : Thank you for your encouragements ! I soon will begin the whole characters (I try)
For the moment, a training speedpaint of Bororos/Niger :
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hey, thanks for checking by
you asked how i practice the values on portraits....i mean yours arent wrong, so you seem to be on the right way! learn it by doing it! i try to do around 5 greyscale portraits a day. and it helps
so keep practicing!
Thanks Jatherip, I try to involve that but this is not a victory today :
yeah, is SEE SOME FUCKING GREYSCALE PORTRAITS IN HERE!
keep an eye on the edges though....how long do they take?
I do them in approximately twenty/thirty minutes.
keep an eye on the features on those portraits, dont leave them till they are placed right!
Thank you for your critz, I try to continue :
Watch out about the face structure. In post #40 the features look like they are off. Maybe the perspective and angle are contradicting each other in some areas. Keep it up!
Thanks Bendragon ! I'm sorry for the lack of news but I had problems with my seller of Internet and the birthday of the girlfriend this weekend ! I post new works soon !
Hi ! Today I used brushes for a quick underwater concept :
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Value studies are a good way to learn! Don't think too much about color yet. Figures from post #38 are looking good too. Tip: draw the whole figure, don't cut off the legs/hands/arms so you'll get to know their relationship.
Afflicted, I do not post much any more with the courses, I will test to better organize. (the next week: whole characters)
Lyno: thank you, another series arrives soon!
Chara-study (fail I think) :
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salut, comment ce passe cette nouvelle année...
Ton dernier dessin manque de quelque chose.... j'imagine que c'est le truc en tre le cou et la taille....le thorse c'est ça? ;-p C'est le vetement qui t'as trompé j'imagine.
Thank you to pass, I try to make a chow to involve to me to make whole characters.
Hello : today, a remind of my holidays.
Landscape seems being easy to draw for you....
Amazing work, your anatomy looks right on to me. I need to do lots of anatomy studies. Thanks for stopping by my sketch book. Keep up the great work.
Dessinateur : Thanks, I must still more study the landscapes and especially how the light influences that.
Arteater : Thanks for your post, I'm studying with Loomis, the results coming soon ! (I hope)
Bon comme tu dois le savoir j'apprécie énormément tes deux derniers paysages.
Vraiment paisible à regarder.
En gros j'aime tes compos je les trouve très jolies.
Very nice studies you have there T.a.i.v.a.s! Keep studying Loomis and the results will show themselves
Nice stuff lately. Keep the studies going man! Go go go!!!
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