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Ich schreib mal auf deutsch der Einfachheit halber. Du solltest dich auf deine Renderingtechnik konzentrieren. Wenn ich die Augen zusammenkneife sehen deine Arbeiten durchaus realistisch und gut aus, aber du musst sie weiter ausarbeiten sonst kommst du nicht vorran. Konzentrier dich auf eine einheitliche Richtung der Brushstrokes oder versuch der Form auch mit der Linie zu folgen. Damit wirkt das Bild gleich viel besser. Ich meien Farbverständnis hast du schon und jetzt kommt es nur noch auf eine saubere Ausarbeitung an.
Nice sketchbook! And thanks for stopping by mine, this is overdue.
Wish I had something to critique, keep going!
Been wayyyyy to long since I stoped by in here! Yah dude keep pushing it! Glad you got your self A REALLLLL sketchgroup becuase the old one tottaly failed. Looking forward to the TD marathon, ill be up alll night with you guys
Set up some colorful still lifes and take your time getting the colors right. I'm very sure it will help with your color. Photographs kind of kill the color D:
Mark Vatsel: thanks!
Krato: its AN ALIEN!
Rushlord: danke, ich werde es berücksichtigen
Mark Vatsel: its gonna ba awesome!
Incinerated: thank uuuu
1. BIG ANNOUNCEMENT: IM GONNA FINISH MY STUFF MOAR IN THE FUTURE!
2.heavy critique on this please
i had more, but my pc crashed -.-
Here's my harshest crit. Stop doing photo studies.
Read this post by Mentler So this is not just me talking
This would mean drawing from life more. I guess photos have their place... but the great masters in ancient Greece didn't have photos.
I've used photos to get gesture from in the past, but I think Mentler's right.
the neck seems strange.Check it out.Will crit more later.Dont leave the blendings/graduations that rough.You must render render render following the 3d surface of the things.And dont use to many values.You can always put highlights in the end, easily.
Krato: thank you
p sage: thank yoouuu thats awesome....soo: more from life!!!
Mark Vatsel: thank you! thats what i need!
kingkostas: thanks, master i know youre pro at that...
thanks for your support! mor critique on the face thing please
make me cry againnn!
nice it already looks great.
There is no reason to make you cry.You will cry by yourself if you stop trying hard because then you will realize the loss
so I did a quick paintover of your face in #516.
Just remember the form of the skull, no matter how quick your sketch is never paint just a face and do just some hair around it. The cheekbones are also important and pay attention to the lighting and the values of a face when it is hit by it. Also think about which parts make the face look feminin...
For the skintone colors you should always mix it a bit with the background color.
Well I'm tired if you want to know what I meant, dann frag mich einfach.
Hoffe dir hilft's etwas.
Gefällt mir übrigens, wie du dir in den Arsch trittst.
Du machst Fortschritte.
i would say on the wip step face that the eyes feel alittle large maybe. the skin tone needs more rendering and the hair feels kinda strange. it would come more down by the ear. also the ear looks a little long. saying that blexano seems point alot of that out any ways. keep it up man your doing great!
man, i like you studies man, keep going, i like the rendering on this image attached, how long did it take you? doesn't matter in the end i guess as long as it's guality, would love to see it be a bit tighter, nice SB, keep going
fuk i love the first one.Your understanding is growing.
Still a little tight with the portraits but thats about the structure part.The rendering is becoming better
Jatherip, I'm wondering when are you going to make a polished, fully blended work XD
Just once in a while
The wips are looking good, especially the first girl in armor. Keep it up!
Mark Vatsel: i liked it
Helaine: Thank you
I fear im not gonna do a ten hour study this week. prolly that greyscale sketch with the three figures...
Dang those scissors are amazing!
Keep up the good work!
The Sketchbook of Frittzell
"The Imagination, the inside of our heads, truly is the most vast frontier" - Terence Mckenna
"Nature is the great visible ancient of creativity"
Dude, those still lifes and the selfportrait are great. Your colors are really nice as always. The nose and lips look strange on the first portrait though.
You're getting away from photos and drawing from life, out of your comfort zone. That's great. Really dig the scissors and the self-portrait...BIG improvement there.
Although that scarf still looks Nancy. And is that lipstick?
Keep kicking ass Mein Kommandant!