See you've finished your last picture!
Some brilliant detail there, and it's interesting how you've brought in a back-story for her.
Hope to see more soon. You've shown you have a good eye for detail, so I hope you keep up the progress.
awsome mate really nice improvement
keep it up
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Hello, old and new friends.
LAV;Thank you. I went maybe too far into details this
time, compared to my earlier paintings. I dedicated more
time to this painting, and the psychological approach was
different this time. I had much more patience than usual.
Thank you for your encouragement.
teapo; you made me google up the word "Dayum".
Interesting, every day I learn something new.
Today was worth waking up cause I learned something new.
Happy that you like the boobs, cause I like them too.
Thank you for visiting. I hope that I will see you again
ThomasM; a viewer always have to feel the weight.
It was not easy painting these breasts. I got horny
a thousand times, till I finished this work.
I like that you like it. Thank you very much.
ismo; your avatar is just...my style.
The mouth could be busted up, but I will leave it like
this. She just had too much oral action and her mouth
got deformed from the rockhard batons, that she made to
Thank you for the feedback.
Lostcookie; intense indeed.
Great advice about the pencil drawings.
I am still struggling with some lesser and minor
problems when drawing, the advice that you gave me
is useful. I will try to apply it and try not to
shade in the same direction as the contour lines are.
Thank you very much for your time and for your comment here.
After all, I will not send Gibson to your house.
I got the details down too early. That is the mistake I repeat
more often, but I hope that I will correct that after time and more
I am not sure if I understand this right, but are you saying that I
should have gone much more darker with "hardcore" shadows on some
If that is what you are suggesting, then the answer is that I was
afraid that I am going to go too dark on some places. I just do
not have that feeling in me yet, and I do not have such great
control over my paintings yet.
I do not understand what does it mean that "the application of my
strokes are very hesitant". What does that practically mean?
Anyway, thank you very much for visiting my sketchbook and for
helping me out with your advices. I need more of these and I
will improve in rapid fashion.
Hey, by the way, do you have a sketchbook?
Surion; hello, hello
looks like the details turned out real good here, except
that I lay them down too early.
Thank you for your kind words.
Stay tuned. There will be more big
females here and there, but more here,
JailHouseRock2; Hello bro,
good to here such words from a fellow veteran.
Thank you, please stay more and give some more feedback
when you feel up to it.
Goldenstripe; did I mentioned that you have a great name?
Glad that you like the Lucy painting, and I am also in
deep sorrow when I read her story over and over again,
and when I put some deeper feelings in the whole concept.
Kristoff; This character is suited with a very complex
personality. No one would like to be her. In the future
I would like to portray some of here dirty actions in
the bed. That will be some nasty, bloated, slimy stuff.
Not recommended for the fainted hearts.
Sweron; hello, I am mega glad that you are here and that
you are also supporting my art. I also think that I have
improved since I started doing digital art.
Thank you for being here.
Stacybean; Little China was long time ago, I almost forgot
about that adventure, which I had in my youth. It was crazy
and wild. I had more sex then , than anyone around me.
I was very happy, then the war happened, and everything
turned to shit. Now I am a bit depressed and I got no money
but I have to admit, I am a badass beside all the negative
influences around me.
I dig your advices, and I am learning out of them.
However, I will not edit this painting anymore.
My psychology is, that you should leave some paintings as
they are on the date when you said to your self: it's finished.
That way, you could see after some time, how much did you improved
and that way, you have fixed your current skill levels in that painting
and it stays as some kind of checkpoint in your career.
If you work and refine some painting from time to time, you will never
finish it and the whole thing will turn to a nightmare and you will
feel like you are stucked with something bad, and that you are not
advancing at all. Like that, you will lose will for further
studying and a motivation for painting. You will not see the fun part
in art anymore. At least that is the case with me.
So I like to close some things behind me and to throw
away the key. However the advices and comments that I get
on the finished painting will be loaded in the back of my mind
and they will still be useful, they will pop out for the next oncoming
paintings and drawings that I will do.
Hope that I was not too confusing, explaining my toughts on the subject here.
Thank you very much for visiting and for your advices.
Kungfoowiz;Yo bro, thank you for the visit and for your words.
The next step is the anatomy, face and pose drawings. I will
try to train everyday, to sharpen my skills and the same time
to post some of my studies and I will try more to improve my English
and to stay in contact with other artists here.
I badly need a motivation for the oncoming studying period, cause
honestly I still consider anatomy and all that training stuff boring,
just as many others. I will visit conceptart everyday, to recharge my
batteries and to find some new inspiration. This place is just something
that I needed to find when I was 15 years old.
Justyna; thank you for the words of encouragement.
Glad that you like my art and I appreciate the time
you have dedicated for viewing my paintings.
Dana_T; I am glad that you are satisfied after visiting my sketchbook.
Naidy; I am happy that you like the details and the story also.
I am intending to work harder in the future and of course to post
a lot more. Thank you for the kind words.
Thelema; Thank you very much. She has sexy white nails.
qlotzan; Thank you, I will try to do even more intense things
in the near future.
Bethany K.; The backstory is sad indeed. I have more to tell
about her and the story, but I did not want to go in such details
here. Maybe in the next steps, if I redo her in some other environment.
Thank you for posting, and encouraging me.
Boy I am so glad that I got so much support after my last post.
I just feel 2 happy and 2 motivated.
Afterall, what is the use and fun in doing art, if you
cannot show it to anyone, or if you cannot hear someone elses
opionion about your paintings.
Thank you all, I will try to return the favor by posting
in your sketchbooks and try to give some advices or encouragement
with my humble knowledge.
This post will have just a small review purpose.
I have put all the things down on the table, and studied
for a while, what did I achieved here till now.
What did I achieve since my registration on conceptart.
I analyzed the time that I wasted before, I analyzed my self, my
will, my motivation and the stuff that I have drawn and painted.
I feel a bit of bitter discomfort about the zillion hours that I
have put in watching the mindless television programs and
playing video games for endless nights.
The tragedy is, that if all that power would gone into
art, studying art, and training everyday, I would be a great
Master today. But that is not the way it all went down.
Does it worth to hassle all about this?
Well, I guess not, cause afterall, you definitely cannot change
the past, and you cannot live in the past. But that is why
we can change the future, and more important is that we have
the privilege to live in the present and not in the past nor in the
future. That is the biggest thing that we have in life, we have
the present in our hands, and we have the full power to change it.
That is why, we should not wait, we should not hesitate, we should
take our things, we should get the grip on our life and make the
maximum out of it. We should try to do more and more,
to do what we love to do, and not what we must, and not what others want us to do.
Damn, this is will be so confusing.
I am following conceptart a year and a few months now, It relatively
changed my life in a positive way, I wrote about it when I had my
1 year anniversary. I managed to do more drawings and paintings in this
last year, than I did in my whole life. All that I can do, is to give
thanks for the motivation that I got from this forum.
I have to thank to the people who built this mighty machine,
which gives us the moving force, to
create and to evolve. Some people stay trapped their whole life in
their own cage, and never burst out. This place gives a certain
persons to get out of their shells, and to move to the next level.
The only thing that we should do is to open our eyes, and to see
what is really behind the big screen. Good things will not come easily
in life, that is why we should do something more about it to become free
and we have to do more to push our selves beyond our limitations.
Thanks to all the things and the dedication of the people who created
this environment here, I managed to improve my drawing and digital
painting skills and I have opened some new doors in my imagination.
The experience is undescribable.
With this occasion, I would just like to post two digital paintings
done in a year difference in their creation date. I do not want to be
greedy and I will say that I am more than satisfied with my achievements here.
I hope that I will manage to achive at least half in the next year as I did
in this one. I will be satisfied.
Would like to thank you all again, firstly would like to thank to the people
who created and keep running and functionoing conceptart
and second I would like to thank for all the artists
that are posting here, all the members for creting this society and creating
this great place.
So that would be it for now. I already wrote material for half content of a book.
Wish you all to stay healthy and motivated.
Soon, some sketches and anatomy studies will follow.
Hey there again, LtPlissken. First of all - thanks for those great words in my sb - it was really touching. Second - oh my god this woman rendering is freaking awesome! I don't know what happened with your hands, but they've done great rendering! Well, maybe a little anatomy issues... But fuck that, it's great! If you're gonna progress in such large stepes, you're gonna outrun all of us. Keep going mate!
Man, I'm really enjoying this sketchbook.
Heh, btw, Escape from New York is one of my all time favourite movies. I think you and I like a lot of the same things. Bulldogs and curvy women!
That's the right mindset man! Right on!
The progress you have made is amazing. All i can say is keep it up, push it further!
Help me improve my drawing skills by commenting my sketchbook
Your latest piece is really awesome!
And the overall improvement is nice too in such a short period of time. More stable better stuff =).
A little scary, but very nicely painted. Really nice skin tones on the right one, but I think some hue variations in the left one could make it look even better.
Love the last post, the tear looks a little bit iconic. I don't know if this is on purpose or not, but maybe if you fade out the bottom part of the tear a little bit, it would look less out of place. The streaks above the actual beads of water look wicked though.
Seraph Fawkes; hello buddy, thank you for the encouragement. I think
you are overdoing with the praises, but hell, it feels good, so big thanks again.
Some anatomy issues indeed, cause on the reference image she is not
totally naked, so I was guessing some lesser parts.
Stay close, cause there will be some hard core collisions here,
I am honing my skills a few times weekly. That is surely not
enough for someone to become outstanding or great, but what the heck,
it is much more than I did before in my youth.
Kungfoowiz; Yo bro, what's up?
Sometimes I have lots of fun doing paintings with my tablet,
drinking some beer along, but sometimes I feel so unmotivated,
sometimes I feel like hammered shit, and then I do not want to
touch neither the tablet, neither my traditinal equipment.
In those cases, I just drift away in the dark nights, molesting
my organism, and dreaming about a better future and letting my
imagination to play with
some angel breaths and some devil fire.
tehmeh; I am honored for such a great artist to
view my paintings and what is more important is that you are giving
me a positive feedback. I am just left speechless. Please visit more
and help me to improve more.
Black Spot; booooobs, I will try to do some more of female breast
studies and renderings. They are actually keeping me interested and
excited all the time while I paint them. That is why I am a little
bit afraid of mundane subjects, cause they kick me real soon away,
so I give up on them, which is of course a great dissappointment for
me. It can knock me off for days, not doing any art. That is just too
dangerous for me. Thank you for your all time support.
vanaga; Mushroom Worship is an oncoming movie. I already feel excited
about it, cause there will be some real pretty female actresses in it.
Well, she is holding something in her hand, maybe not a mushroom, but
it ain't really matter, as long as she delivers some joy and pleasure
to the world. I am all pumped up for some anatomy studies. Thank you
Stareater; I am glad that you enjoyed going through my sketchbook.
That is exactly my goal, to make my work interesting to others, so
they would not say "here is one more in a million with just another
everyday anatomy studies" I want to make my work interesting to
others just as for myself. No one likes boring things in life. They
are throwing you off balance and they are extinguishing out your fire.
How many times, we hear that people left the cinema because of a
bastard boring movie. Well, I do not want to left that influence
people. I want my art to be fun, colorful and very dynamic.
Plissken is a rebel. Me and the movie "Escape from New York" are
born almost in the same year. That movie is just something special,
I watched it as a child, and it changed my world, maybe I should say
that it helped me as a booster on a journey to another dimension.
Thank you for your time, for viewing my paintings, I really respect
that. I will try to return the favor as soon as I feel that I can.
Surion; thank you, I am always open minded. My mind is just
like a parachute. Thank you for the words of encouragament, I hope
you will visit my pages again.
Klaus Reinbach III; a nice name you have there.
So glad that I met you. Thank you for the kind words.
jskotte; Good to see you here, just as in the good ol' times.
I was doing a leap of faith on the first painting a year ago.
I need more faith. A backpack with a right amount of faith and
friends like you are, will launch me right where I want to be.
batcustard; I do not know about the tears. I was not thinking about
anything precisely in the moments when I was painting those details,
all I know, that I wanted to portray how the fuckdoll is suffering.
Thank you for your support.
Hello everyone. I am feeling more than boosted, because of receiving
so much support lately, so many good advices and so much attention.
I have performance anxiety, and I must not let that to influence
my further work. I have decided somewhere after the beginning of
the creation of this sketchbook and personal art diary, that
I will not be afraid or not be ashamed to put all down on paper what
I feel and what I have in my mind. So no matter if there are female
or younger browsers out there, I will continue doing my quest.
Somewhere in the future, not right now, but in the near future,
there could be some porn, harsh words and some brutal violent stuff,
just as the warning is indicating, and just as the title of this
sketchbook is telling you. So anyone reading these lines now,
belonging to the faint of hearted race, better give up and turn around now,
and never visit these pages again,
cause it may get nasty and messy in the future.
You have been warned.
I feel that I am procrastinating too much.
I have to work on that.
I feel that the world around me is holding me down,
keeping me down, living on low standards,
and does not give me the deserved respect and salary
for the work I do and for my talents that I have.
I will have to work on that also.
I will have to lay revenge on them because of that.
As I watch the globe turning, and as I watch the
street from my window, I see people come and go. Come and go.
That is the same thing that is happening here.
People are coming and going.
Most of them gave up, never realizing, how close they were to success.
But some of them stay. Some of them will never leave, like rocks
against the big waves on the shore. Never fading away.
Big respect to those people out there.
Thank you everyone for supporting me.
Everyday training sketches.
This page is from imagination.
Used graphite pencil 2B, mechanical pencil and
I digitally colored and edited it in the end:
Enjoyed looking through these pages. you people really like to draw...
liking this last post, I like the way the painting comes off the page, its an interesting effect I'll have to try myself sometime. Glad you are feeling encouraged at the moment, you are working hard. Don't feel bad about procrastinating too much, everyone does it to some extent (youre only human). could you upload the pencils before the colouring? I'd be interested to see them before colour was added
That is one of the most interesting things someone has ever said to me. Tbh though, I never learnt anything when I drank before, it clouds your mind man, it actually mists up and clogs the entrances to the very chasms and depths of your imagination imho, this is just me, things may work differently for you, but honestly it took a while for me to realise this and to set the drink aside and prepare and condition my mind for the journey ahead. The other is getting more sleep, which I'm working on at the moment..
Let's see some more porn.
am●na,☼nafa&Kash☉fa; a really interesting and fine
name you got there. Thank you for looking my pages,
I am happy that you like most of what you saw here.
teapo; thank you for your support.
Looking back to my registration date on this
forum, I have improved, and I am more than satisfied.
I think the most important is to be consistant and
never to give up.
You can just call me Plissken.
ThomasM; The characters coming off the page
was a later, one afternoon mood and idea.
I did these sketches much earlier, and of
course I can post the raw pencil version.
Thank you for your support.
Verehin; Honored to see such a great
artist visiting my sketchbook.
I am still browsing through your work
and your website, it is a slow process,
which definitely requires more time
and attention. Fascinated till now, I will
have to write my impressions there on the
Kungfoowiz; always glad to see your feedback.
You have a right good saying those things about
alcohol. It clouds your mind indeed, and there is no
doubt about it. You said that all nicely, and you must
have a strong character, saying no to things like
drinking is. That is just one more thing that one should master.
It is better to conquer yourself than to win a thousand battles.
Unfortunately I did not conquered myself yet.
Thank you for the encouragement and the kind words.
Bethany K; You will see what's really in my head.
Pretty soon. I would like to see some controversial things
coming out from your head also.
That would make me more happy than you
Thank you for being with me, supporting me and helping me
in my magic quest...
Thank you all for supporting me, please give more feedbacks
and advices, whenever you can and feel up to it
, cause it is hard to climb this steep mountain on my own.
Graphite pencil everyday sketches:
Hello Kungfoowiz, I am happy that you replied.
I understand what are you saying, and the more important
thing is, that I am aware what are you talking about.
I am really bad at drawing, and I am admitting it to myself now,
that is most because I have wasted lots of time, instead I should
have put some quality study time in.
Now all my drawings are too 2D-ish instead of 3D-ish, they are
totally flat and they lack of depth and in space feeling.
I am working on it, still not there, I am just now learning the
basics of perspective and the basics of anatomy. I need a
humongous amount of time. I will get there sometime.
They told me to do lots of life studies, so here are some, and
some sketches. I am still stuck in a flat phase, but what can I
do other than just draw. Experience will solve things.
I have some ballpoint pen and graphite pencils mixed this time for you.
I started studying more seriously this book from Andrew Loomis;
Figure Drawing for all its worth.
Thanks for visiting.
YesYesYess!!!!!! Tackle those studies man!
I have the same problem: things looking way to flat, a good way to get better at this is to think of mass and form when you're drawing, not just plain lines.
Anyways moooaaar studies man! Do this traditional stuff, it's gonna pump up the digital to higher levels ever imaginable! Keep pushing!
Help me improve my drawing skills by commenting my sketchbook
thank you very much for
visiting and for sharing your thoghts with me.
I am going through some books, learning anatomy,
perspective and trying to figure out forms.
Will improve more for sure.
thank you, I am working on passing from
frozen 2D forms to 3D. I will post pretty soon
some studies on the subject.
Happy to see you here, thank you for the kind words.
thank you, I am working to improve,
not working on my art skills with full power currently,
but I am trying at least a few times to draw or
digital paint weekly. Aiming at 3D forms.
I must to admit, I got tired from this week
art studies, and kinda got bored, and totally
created an idea in my mind, that drawing is a must,
and it is as job, which is of course not true,
I am doing my drawings for fun. So I have to let my
vents out a little and get relaxed a little bit, cause
I might give up from all this.
That is why I did this imaginative piece today,
no references , and to get back to the good old times,
my basic ideas, to draw what I know and what I think,
and the most important
to have some fun time doing all this.
Boring anatomy studies will come later.
Thank you all for your support.
Let's have some fun,
This beat is sick
I wanna take a ride on your disco stick
Don't think too much just bust that kick
I wanna take a ride on your disco stick...
Last edited by LtPlissken; December 16th, 2013 at 08:08 AM.
huge progress in digital! what about pencil practice?
You should draw some fast ones to force the mistake/trial/learning.
Maybe you want to join the spartan camps?
thank you very much for your visit.
I am doing pencil practices much more often than
digital work, I just do not scan them all and do
not post them all.
I really feel that there is no need for every bit
of your exercise scribbles to be posted here.
I am against fast drawing. I do not know what is the
benefit, but I do not like to rush anything.
Rushing things makes them come out ugly.
I am always comparing this thoery to masonry.
If those guys rush in something, there will be no happy
I did not even know about the spartan camps.
Thank you for informing me about that, however
I am not ready for that challenge yet.
thank you for your time, and for your attention.
You are the first who give me the advice about
"drawing bigger". Honestly, I am not sure what
do you mean by that, but if you mean literally to
draw on bigger paper format, then I would really like
to hear what is the benefit of that?
Thanks again for visiting me.
What I have now is a digital painting.
A character design, something like a brute
or a blacksmith. I used only one reference,
the mixed martial artis Kimo Leopoldo. My intention
was not to copy exactly the lookalike, but to make
some lesser adjustments on the painting. I wanted him
to look more bulky with a shorter neck.
This one is still not finished, I am not sure will it
ever be. Took me about an hour or a bit more to come this
Thanks everyone for supporting and for viewing my art.