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July 22nd, 2010 #66
Thanks for stopping by my SB man. Your line confidence looks to be getting better. I'd suggest more gestures to emphasize weight and motion in your figures, don't worry about proportions just focus on dynamics. Keep it up man! I love all the imaginative stuff on the last few pages, too many interesting ones to point any one out specifically. cheers.
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July 23rd, 2010 #67
Metal Fingers: Thanks for the advice! I'll keep it in mind as I'm working on my figures.
Busy day today so I could only do half and hour of drawing while I was at work. Then it was off to a birthday thing. Anyway here's the weird little feller.
July 23rd, 2010 #68
July 25th, 2010 #69
July 25th, 2010 #70
Great work, Nick (regarding the whole sketchbook).
I'm passing your website over to a friend of mine who is a published Sci Fi/horror author in NY; a huge Lovecraft fan himself. I think your style would be great for his stories.
July 25th, 2010 #71
Gislebertus: I'm glad you like it and thanks a bunch for sending my stuff along to your friend!
Not a whole lot today. Spent just under two hours.
and I colored that last charcoal drawing so I figure maybe I should color the other ones in the book; so this is my start on that.
July 28th, 2010 #72
I did about 4 and a 1/2 hours today. Not terrible but not quite where I want to be; especially for a Tuesday.
6 pages of Civardi studies
1 page from imagination
and then another colored drawing from earlier in the sketchbook.
July 29th, 2010 #73
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July 30th, 2010 #75
So...you've cooool images in your sk....your bw pieces are so deep, vivid....you can manage with your pencils all the value in the best way, just some adjust. on the anathomies here and there and are Perfect!!!!
July 30th, 2010 #76
dleoblack: Thanks, man. That means a lot coming from someone with skills like yours.
Again, just under two hours. I gotta get out of this lazy kick.
an hour of 120 second figure sketches
about 45 mins of Civardi
And now I'm moving onto Bridgman! I went through about half the book a couple times before, but now I feel I'm in a better place to really approach it thoughtfully.
August 1st, 2010 #77
August 2nd, 2010 #78
cubesoflard: Thanks for compliments. I don't open the images in photoshop I just scan them and post them as is. Buut I've made a new scanner preset for it now so it should be a little better. I might end up deciding that its too dark eventually though (all of the drawings are really light).
Ok so the first image is a self portrait from yesterday. It looks kinda like me except younger and more handsome. about 40 mins.
Today I just did Bridgman for 5 and half hours.
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