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February 7th, 2009 #1
Icecold's sketch book, Why so Serious!?
Hey there my name is Paul. I never studied art in any school or from any courses, i found few Nico Di Mattia's speed paintings on youtube, which inspired me enough to buy a tablet and here i am at CA! :]
This road is long and i just started walking, so i hope ill get better and better the further i go
Here's some ooooold stuff :[/B]
Last edited by Icecold; January 5th, 2013 at 06:21 AM.
Hide this ad by registering as a memberFebruary 11th, 2009 #2
First portrait ever, from photo refference, he is a friend of mine.
His pullover had like a bilion of stripes so i just made it simple
My first digi paint ever ( background is just a lame done filler ;P)
I had no idea of blending and such it was before i found CA forums.
Done in haste caricature, (i know i failed at glasses
And here it is, first exercise from Bumskee's thread, an ONION! ;D
Hope You enjoy! Coments and Crits are welcome all the time!
Last edited by Icecold; November 23rd, 2012 at 04:44 PM.
February 11th, 2009 #3
that portrait shows a lot of skill. you realllllly need to push the darks though...if you did that, that portrait would be really amazing. I'm really surprised it's your first one!
February 11th, 2009 #4
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February 26th, 2009 #8
Well done so far! why not combine the mask with that abomination thingie and some weird tubes...?
February 28th, 2009 #9
That would work together i think, thanks for the advice, but i'm planning to do something else. Since i didnt go to any art school i must learn the basics, perspective, pose drawing, anatomy etc etc. first, i found Andrew Loomis books in online versions, so i will soon begin the studying, hope i'll master the art itself oneday, thats my desire .
February 28th, 2009 #10
The adjusted portrait is a lot better, trust me. Values are one of the most important thing to describe a form and make it look 3 dimensional. Try to use bigger brushes especially when starting out on a portrait and block in the areas that share the same value, then go on from there...
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