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June 2nd, 2009 #40
I'll start carrying around sb.. and do more life studies
Heres some more digi's though
Did that for someone..
and this is a WIP
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Tried out that full opacity thing, and using a large brush.. then blended a bit.
Going to do more
As you can see.. I still fixed a lot in the blending stage.. so more practice is definitely needed...
Ah and the finished piece..
went wayyyy down hill
June 4th, 2009 #42Registered User
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I think the last one need more contrast. I feel that you focus too much on the small details, should focus the big shapes of value first.
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June 5th, 2009 #43
Heres some more..
Some perspective practice and another portrait (No Opac brush > Blend)
June 6th, 2009 #44
Argh, started this for the teen challenge..
Going to redo it, too make it more dramatic.
June 7th, 2009 #45
Thanks for dropping by the SB man. Keep doin these face and perspective studies you've been doing lately. Drawing your favourite fantasy ideas can come later. You've gotta build up your drawings skills first before you head into painting. Drawing is the foundation for painting. At the same time, don't EVER do painting. Paint some on the side n' shit. Study the human figure. STUDY IT. Know it through and through. You've got to be vigorous about it.
Draw from life as much as possible. Go to life drawings sessions wherever available. Check out anatomy books from the library (Stephen Rogers Peck and Eliot Goldfinger are good resources). Use photos as referents but try avoiding copying straight from them all the time. Makes your work look flat.
Be focused. Prioritize. Ask yourself what is important and what is not. What can I cut out of my life (that is unnecessary)? What can I add (that is necessary)? Draw everyday and draw everywhere. Draw about 3 hours a day and then step back and rest and then go at again (if you like). You can never stop. Imagine yourself being an artist for all eternity.
Hope this helps. Rock on dude!
June 9th, 2009 #46
Thanks Peetaer, I'll definetly focus on my drawing much more.
Decided I may as well take some photo's of my drawings from now on, better then nothing.
Some quick anatomy studies
And some for the teen challenge:
Last edited by corza334; June 9th, 2009 at 09:02 AM.
June 10th, 2009 #47
First acrylic.. had to do it for art class
and heres the final for the teen challenge.
I didn't want to render it, because I focus on the small details too much too early (As stated before), So I want too force myself out of doing that.
Last edited by corza334; June 10th, 2009 at 04:14 AM.
June 10th, 2009 #48
Update on it ^_^
June 11th, 2009 #49
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Hey Thanks for stopping by my sketchbook Good work you have have here. I really should do more digital stuff. I really like your portrait in post #44. Keep motoring on.
June 11th, 2009 #51
Thanks guys =>
Theres my final..
June 11th, 2009 #52
Hey Corza, thanks so much for the comment in SB appreciate it! I think you have great ideas and just finding your way to execute to bring to life. I'm more a fan of your approach to the greyscale portraits because it's more methodical and shows better development of getting forms right, so great job on that
Once your happy with the greyscale, try laying an overlay layer on top airbrushing some colors on it and then set a new layer above those or flatten previous layers and try to work on skintones next.
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