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Going to try to treat this like a paper sketchbook where you get the good with the bad.
So if I draw it or make it I'll toss it in.
Last edited by Zazerzs; December 15th, 2009 at 02:45 PM.
hey Buddy! I really like your geometric figure studies. Your character sketches are also great. Its nice to have you around my sketchbook.. Ill be keeping up with yours as frequently as possible.
i like the poses of your characters, nice feeling of weight, especially in the thirt character of your second post. Ill be checking back!
thanks DeeStar . Ill do my best to keep ya interested
a couple env thumbs worked on for another 10 or 15 min, going to try to develope a number of these.
orig pen tumb , plus photoshop
Last edited by Zazerzs; July 2nd, 2009 at 02:53 AM.
Hey it's good to see you put your anatomy knowledge into your imaginary work, I like those tree studies something a working on myself, I think that you know what you are doing so I'll just say more, more, more
a will that cannot bend"
Thanks R&F , I hope to.
here are 2 from tonight. Crits are welcome, after i get a number of these done ill take them to color and eventually choose one for a final pass.
orig pen thumb and PS work.
and some char sketches, the gob one is a refined version of a previous sketch, and a few little warrior dudes.
and another wip of a previous sketchbook sketch brought over into Ps., cleaned up lines a bit, cleaning it up more...added flats..
need to revisit the drawing and put somethings in correct perspective
and a few figures from memory
and a few more, tying not to bump
Last edited by Zazerzs; July 23rd, 2009 at 02:52 AM.
Trying to loosen up with these...
Last edited by Zazerzs; July 24th, 2009 at 02:32 AM.
Hay Zazerzs youv got a good ammount of studies and other works in here its a great start, you seem to be learning from your studies and applying that to other sketches but i think that your confusing the viewer to much with your overly sketchie lines, your thumbnails are really herd to read and i think thats giving you problems when you take that into Photoshop . try cleaning up your works a little bit and i think its pretty smooth sailing from their.
Love the trees by the way, your doing good so keep working and improving
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Never really thought about doing thumbsnails like that for environments... I guess it would save alot of time instead of full size initial ideas...cool. Thanks!!
Looks good from here...i love the fantasy characters especially the monsters =) . I went on a goblin spree a while back..was just funny to see someone else do it too ^^
Keep the pumping out up!!
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Thanks Demo, true my thumbs are sketchy, those are just supper rough blobs of light and dark, trying to get something looking interesting at that point and then seeing what I can do with it.
thanks Newguy22 got reminded of the small thumb nail sketch stuff from watching the Syd Mead dvd
A few from this weekend, some figs from memory and a quick skull study.
i love the skull and the construction of those figures!!
Here are a few sharpie pen gestures and a pencil, just playing with making a curve and then building the figure around it. Sometimes it works some times it don't
added 2 pen sketches
adding more, just sketchy stuff
Last edited by Zazerzs; August 11th, 2009 at 02:32 AM.
nicee Zazzzz!! keep workinn
Just another head from memory, seeing what i remember
Last edited by Zazerzs; August 27th, 2009 at 12:39 PM.
more head in a box construction style from memory, in reg pen
Hey buddy, thanks for dropping by in my SB.
Man o man, what a surprise! Great amount of studies and sketches. The blue thumbnail pose studies are gold, you make a big smile appear on my face with them! The other sketches look great too. Your knowledge of the human body is growing with each post you make, it's really fun to scroll down your sketchbook.
Keep it up!
@LostFayth thanks! will do.
not much time to do more than a min or two on a quick pen sketch. Hopefully I'll find some more time soon.
Hey man great SB. Love all the figures you draw!
I'm really impressed by the energy of your gesture drawings... and your proportions seem really good as well.
Some of the drawings of heads in perspective seem to need a little work. The eyes are what are getting me.
Talking to Myron last week, I remember him going on and on about Bammes. I looked up some of it, and found it to be an excellent resource for stuff like drawing heads in perspective. (I don't have the book, but am thinking about buying it. Apparently the German version is the only version worth having).
Anyhow... thank you for stopping by my SB and for all the advice.
Maybe we'll meet up someday at one of Myron's open houses while he's still around. He's having one Oct 24 this year, but I can't make it.
Cheers, see you around!
Thanks P Sage, yeah those heads were quickies and defiantly need some help. thanks for the info on Bammes, I checked it out , looks $$$, for now.
here are a few buildings and stuff
Last edited by Zazerzs; November 12th, 2009 at 07:11 PM.
your figures from imagination are getting better.. good to see your stuff again!
beautiful progress man keep it up!!
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@Frittzell: thanks for the kind words
mmmm boy perspective practice, and progress on the devil fella.
Last edited by Zazerzs; November 16th, 2009 at 07:59 PM.