Hey Ryan I always thought your sketchbook was a good one and it's great to see you reaching that next level with your TAD studies. I really enjoy seeing your work and it helps me think and try out different approaches.
Man Ryan, so much improvement here from page 1 to page 50. It's refreshing to see you working hard and i'm glad its paying off. You've grown even quicker since joining TAD! You are starting to do some beautiful things with mark making, lost and found edges in your pastel drawings. Keep watching your proportions and try to see the subtle changes in value in those screen shots. Some of your values are a step or two off. Good show! Keep rock'n!
nice studies n stuff. i can definitely see you branching out and exploring new styles. its a good thing. your influences are definitely strong at the moment, but as you continue you will round out and find your voice.
Josh: hah, too schiele i think, i'm working on taking in other influences! your doing great man
jeremy: ha, thanks man.. i really don't work as hard as i should though
Colin: hah thanks dude! glad you stopped by
Sid: thanks man!
Verehin: thanks man, right back atcha
Aryeh: thanks yo
got other work going on .. and a lot of ideas happening in my sketchbook, none of which i will show!
tad's going great, it's midterm week, which means i got some work to catch up on! but have a little bit of free time, just a LITTLE bit.. so i used it to post here, not much but i felt i should try and keep this up..
so heres some figures & sketchbook work
Last edited by ryan mcshane; October 5th, 2011 at 06:18 PM.
So much energy in your drawings man. Great work. The Django poster is sweet. My only suggestion would be to fix the tangent on the horses ear on the right. The top is touching the black opening for the fabric and making a weird tangent.