Morgado, Bendragon, thanks for your recommendations ! I'm studying Loomis !
To make you have patience: some landscapes
Donc comme je te l'ai déjà dit, j'adore tes compositions.
La seconde me botte plus. J'adore l'ambiance c'est parfait.
En faite sur la première, je crois qu'il faudrait renforcer les arbres au premier plan pour poser l'oeil.
Continue à pondre des jolies choses.
Dessinateur : Je me suis inspiré pour le premier, pas pour le second, mais je vais essayer de limiter au maximum les reproductions en matiere de paysages maintenant !
Towy : Thank you, I make efforts !
Fumble : Thanks ! I had a dream this night with an environment also calms, I will try to do it soon !
Mark : Merci ! Je n'ai pas encore pu me mettre vraiment sérieusement au tradi à cause de mon travail scolaire mais dès que j'aurais une minute je pense tenter l'aquarelle ou la gouache.
JailHouseRock2 : Thanks, I continue !
Bendragon : I use Loomis too, anatomy isn't easy
Morgado : Thanks ! I will use your advice !
I finally can make a little of anatomy studies (A righter version coming soon) and environment contest with a friend (1h - pit/canyon theme) :
nice stuff don't stop studies
maybe more long arms can be better here
Pfuuuu… that's finally finished ! You can see the event here : http://www.e-createurs.net/emagiciens/reportages/
English here : http://www.e-createurs.net/emagiciens/uk/accueil.php
(Not much of sleep, late work but good experiences ! I come back to post when I finished my school work !)
j'y etais a l'esah....mais je suis partiiis
Autrement, je pense qu'avec un peu de perseverance tu vas vite arriver a quelque chose. sur le dernier dessin je te conseillerais de le mettre devant toi et de reculer de quelque metres et de dire ce que tu vois en premier..... je pense que tu bloqueras tres vite sur les zones noires. Essayes de les integrer davantage dans ton dessins, là ca fait un peu "pièces rapportées" ou bien "morceau de carton découpés collés par dessus" j'espere que tu vois ce que je veux dire....sinon je pense que tu es sur la bonne voie....keep it up...
Last edited by dessinateurimpulsif; December 23rd, 2009 at 06:45 AM.
You have all the base ingredients that takes to be really good, just add now practice and patience.
I like most post 17 and post 38 -> the lower part.
Digital portraits also look like fun, but when learning is sometimes good to stay away from digital because is too forgiving, and you will end up relaying on that forgiveness hunting /re-working areas a lot until you get what you want to achieve, as opposed to knowing stuff beforehand and just going for it.
Will appreciate critique anywhere, anytime .
@ Dessinateur : Merci de ton conseil, j'essaye de pratiquer un peu plus en ce moment, je vais bientôt me remettre aux valeurs !
@ Alew : Merchi
@ Oddo : Thank you, I miss much practice but I make more traditional now, I will draw as soon as I would have one free moment.
Hi all ! I'm back ! I have profit of my holidays to draw and involve me. I did not work the values much but especially faces and to refine my line. Some draws (you can criticize) :
Today I begin a project of illustration with the Ottoman world. Here, first searches of history and main character :
Kahi Manul Davud is a small but powerful man.
Former sultan in ancient East Ottoman. He obtains all that it wishes:
women, gold, capacity. But it misses a thing. He does not remember of
one tale of conquest which he heard when he was child.
Tortured by its memory of tale, which is for him a means of fleeing
the reality of the war which threatens its country, it twice brings
a slave to his feet in the month of the lunar calendar. This slave
must tell him the tale of his childhood, which he forgot. But, even
if the slave knew the tale, it could not satisfy Kahi Manul: Its fear
of died and its memory embellish the tale a little more each day. The
tale becomes completely different from its original. The gold enchased
dagger which it carries, gift of the caliph, has took the life
of many impotent slaves in front of the requirements of the man.
Since its palate, in the center of a devastated kingdom, it awaits
the prisoner who will be able to tell him… an incredible history.
Nice linework. But keep studying those anatomy as there are a few proportions issue. A lot of the shoulders and chest seems to be too thick in a lot of those figures. Keep it up!
Thanks Bendragon, you are right !
I do much graphite, I hope to show my progress soon (my school is irritating : not much course of drawing and color,not much time for personal work)
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