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June 9th, 2009 #1
Ken's sketch book
It has been a mere three years since my last post. I am back though and excited to start sharing some more work here. I have been working professionally as a landscape painter. I am interested in getting back into some concept art type work as I found my long lost wacom pen. Hope you like what you see!
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June 10th, 2009 #3
A few more sketches of reasonable size this time.
Smoke- Thanks-I am trying to spend more time working on these. Balance out the fine art that I work on all day at school! The input is good to hear.
June 10th, 2009 #4
Here is some other work from school.
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Those sculpture studies are quite nice, my only gripe is that the images in the first post are ha-uge, so I can't take them in all at once.
Thanks for posting!
"...let a man walk alone, let him commit no sin, (let him do) with few wishes, like an elephant in the forest."
My humble sketchbook (updates sometimes!)
June 12th, 2009 #10
Thanks for all the support guys. Here is another dump of the last few days of still life skipping. I get made fun of for breaking from the still life to do this stuff! Its just another muscle to flex-and we all know these muscles are the ones that get the girls! On that note-I have been inspired to try and draw some hot chicks. If anyone can guess who the portrait is of-I will give them a cookie.
All for now!
June 12th, 2009 #11
Thought I would make another post-as I am not doing anything important again tonight. Here are some paintings I did outside, and a school study. I also just tried another self portrait. I just dont have the drawing power yet. damn.
Any feedback is appreciated!
June 12th, 2009 #12
Thanks for stopping by my thread and for the support. Your work up to this point is very consistent and well rounded. Where are you studying? I really like the drawings of sculptures. Try to see the planes in the head, like a sculpture.
Your paintings are nice and loose, something that is hard for many people.
June 17th, 2009 #13
I dig the first oil painting of the silhouetted bluff, nothing like on-site work to capture the light accurately.