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May 30th, 2009 #1
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\hi ,im Kuba
i've made mistake by thinking that im not good enough,i need to improve much more before i can share etc.
this night (4.30 am, morning?)followed by impulse i made little work and !register!
need your feedback, crits and opinions,
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August 12th, 2009 #3
Whoops. I entered. D'Oh!
I think you may have done yourself a disservice by waiting until now to post; your stuff is pretty impressive. Of all the pieces I see here, there's only one that I think could stand some big improvement and that's the SP (it's an SP, isn't it?) Something about the eye placement.
But your anatomy studies are bang on, and the confidence shown in your lines is very cool.
August 13th, 2009 #4
p sage, thanks man, it's supposed to be a sp :/, but yes you are right with eye placement, recently i have troubles with getting accurate portrait proportions
ok, yesterdays stuff, my exercises (i am concentrated on studying anatomy now) master study + study fromphoto ref + sp(?)
back to work!
August 13th, 2009 #5
You seem to have a pretty good understanding of value and that's important! However, don't be afraid to whip out some light lights and dark darks every once in a while to really make your stuff pop. Don't go overboard, of course, but sometimes just a little bit of outlining here and there is the key to making your artwork distinctly pleasing to look at. Something tells me that the image quality is doing you a disservice since your digital drawing seems to have the best variance in value. Good stuff! If you keep at it, I'm sure your skill and talent will take you far.
Here is my sketchbook: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=166026 Check it out, yah?
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August 14th, 2009 #6
Tobuoi, thanks man a lot, great advices. I have to do more lousy,expressive pieces and put values more confidently. I noticed that I made my newest pieces very careful. feel that this way I can study deeper and understand more, but they are very stiff sometimes:/
yesterdays stuff,i'm studying anatomy from michelangeolo and photos, some sketches also, sorry for crappy photo quality.
August 14th, 2009 #7
Love the helmet studies witek. Im into sp's right now so I like seeing yours. Keep up the good work man.
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Nice studies man. Your definately doing the right things with master studies and life studies, one of the best ways to steadily improve. Keep goin man, I'd love to see some more digital still life paintings too!
August 19th, 2009 #13
Pyroclasm00,thanks for encouragement, Im now going to do more color studies so more still life paintings will come,
more anatomy this time, trying memorize muscle placement and how they look like.My way to do this is to draw from book one drawing, analyze , and then try to draw it from memory few times. Then i correct mistakes, copy from book proper drawing and then try to do it from memory again...repeat process..
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September 2nd, 2009 #17
quite long time,feels great to come again
really im still there, improving(hopefully)
here some latest stuff-only digital,cuz making photos of pencil works take so much time and its crappy quality
lets go fighters!!!(i want to make them daily, inspired by mr.Delicious)
and my preparation for CHoW 171-little step out from my comfort zone
I beg for crits
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Witek- stuff is looking good. Seem to be steadily improving. I noticed that most of your digital paintings get to the same level of developement and then just seem to stop. I'm not sure if this is intentional but you should try to push some of them to being more polished, even if you don't want to do more polished work and want to keep it quick and emotional it is always good to go out of your comfort zone every once and a bit. So far the one pushed the farthest, in my opinion, is the digital fighter at the bottom of post #16.
All is looking good, keep it up. What is the topic for CHOW?
Sketchbook Feel free to comment
September 7th, 2009 #23
rth2art,thanks a lot. that's a good point.The reason for this is thtat i limit tim for making them, but I will push some of them more(somebody have already told me that pushing piece to the end will make me progressing faster)
chow topic is "Ti'phar of the Ararita "-alien queen
here is my chow finished,you are welcome to point every flaw and thing i have to improve,
till next time
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October 4th, 2009 #24
fuckin'This sketchbook should evolve faster
at least im back,
but i moved myself to huge Istanbul because im taking part in students exchange programme.I had break to organize my living here(flat and so on)
I want to find here some people to draw with(anybody have some contacts?)
here is some warm up wip stuff
October 4th, 2009 #25
Hey man , good to see plenty of studies going on here.
Keep studying that anatomy, study poses and draw people walking about outside....try to understand the distribution of weight...the placement of feet is very important for this.
I hope your student exchange goes well, i recently did one myself to Paris. Goodluck!
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i spent a lot of time on this and effect is...not satisfying.
i aim for painting enviro as a whole using general shapes and not getting into details-but it seems so difficult for me to capture colors shapes and everything right. i rtying to put more details but it only result in messing a piece and spending a lot of time on it.
anybody knows any tutorials and/or advices about making enviroments?