Scroll down or go to page three!!! The stuff here is 3 years old!
Some early studies
Did theese at school in history class. Heh, I have done most of my drawings in those classes...
Some shitty nose studies and some less shitty nose studies...Need to do some more eyes, too..
Did this early this summer, added some shading later on. As the odd angle and proportion indicates, there was no reference used.
The ackward man! As you can see, i gave up pretty quick, and he became...ackward.
Last edited by AndreasM; June 30th, 2008 at 05:35 PM. Reason: Trying to learn things again...
I started working on this one today. It`s not yet finnished and I can allready see some of it`s problems (her left arm is pretty wierd and i don`t like how the face turned out). Any comments and crit apreciated. =)
Thanx for stopping by, Method. Yeah, I definately need to work on my heads, as well as basic shapes and proportions. Thanx for the link, btw.
Edit: Tonights scetch. Not perfect, but few first-attempts are.
Last edited by AndreasM; May 18th, 2004 at 08:28 PM.
thats why we practice on anatomy haha. thats only way we get beter right?
Da Vinci was a concept artist
11/30/03-11/30/05. Thanks CA, for all the great inspiration. When will I update? I dont know...
well i can certainly see that you know how to draw! i like the anatmy sketches they look pretty consistant. self portarits are a good way to improve your knowledge about the face shape. it also gets you used to drawing facial features. good work htough. keep it up!
ur rendering is relly great and u got some freaky creative ideas! the only thing i have to crit. are ur faces - but i think ur working to improve theese so
keep rockin and sharing ur crazy ideas
Thanks, Josef! I really apreciate it I have been working on some faces and it`s features today. I plan to do this in the rest of the week.
My very first life drawings. It`s hard to get it down right when the subject keeps on moving. I need harder light sources too.
I haven`t been too productive today, but I made this one...colours are fun!
Last edited by AndreasM; May 18th, 2004 at 04:40 PM.
The center man's facial anatomy is good, but the woman at the top has some problems. I think it's mostly the eyes seem unnatural. I know general crits like "something's off" aren't too much help, so I'll try to get specific. The problem with her face is that her eyes are too far up on her head, and this is what throws off the rest of the face, making the forehead too small and the nose too long. But definately the shape of the eyes is throwing things off too.
heh, I hate noses too
But generally, your body anatomy is very good.
I'm not sure why I assumed it was a girl. I guess it could go either way. heh.
dude, cool stuff...
Did theese tonight. I know that the first one has a lot of...faults, but it was fun, and I got a little carried away.
Ref found at NomadSoul`s photo thread at EatPoo. Rushed the values a little. And the hands are too small...also, the arm are a little wonky...But hey! It was fun.
Update time. I feel that I have progressed since last post. I have done a lot more, but few of them were good enough to make it here.
References found at eatpoo.
The guy in the top left corner and the girl were drawn from reference.
Some older stuff
Hey man! Good to see you back! I like the latest stuff from you.. Diggin' on the values! I think I gotta get me a smudgestick! If I remember correctly your using one, right?
Keep 'em coming man!
dCepT: : Takk . I quit using a smudge stick months ago. All of the drawings in my last post was either done with a 0.3, 0.5 or 0.9 mechanical pencil, mostly 0.3 actually, for the lighter values.
van : Thanks man. I will try my best.
Oh man! How did I miss this book?
Summer Pudding : The thread was at page 5 I'm glad that you like my stuff. I remember how much I liked your speedpaints over at Sijun. Your colours remids me of Craig Mullins
Getting the eyesocket to look right is damn difficult! I think I shuld do more quick linework, or my rendering obsession will kill me.
btw: any kinds of constructive crit's are highly appreciated.