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December 12th, 2009 #92
The skulls are great! school project, or personal piece? I'm liking them vibes =)
Your figure sketches are a bit shaky, but line control mostly comes through practice, practice, practice =) that said, your proportions are getting better, try integrating them with your digital work, and you'll see grreat success
P.s. I'd second Callops- sb next meet man, and +1 for the Happy Tree Friends ref! XD
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December 12th, 2009 #93
cheers badger! im starting to read alot more recently. gona do some work on some children s stories soon as possible! also was awesome meeting with you too man!
thanks callops! lol yeh i defiantly bring a better sketchbook next time xD.
ha nice konna! i wouldnt know, i ant played it
thanks aberzheim! the skulls are a personal projects. im currently a gap year so just doing loads of different stuff really. :/ ive been doing some loomis stuff recently but yeh totally agree gona have to motor through the anatomy stuff! oh happy tree friends are the best xD
some studies i posted in the crimsondaggers thread a few days ago. been trying to get better at environments alot atm. some other stuff too
December 18th, 2009 #94
Awesome digi-still lifes here. The green 'Happy Tree Friend' is a winner. If you don't mind me asking, what course are you studying? I see you're situated in London and I recognise that V&A statue on the previous page
Keep it up, I should really find an opportunity to update my sketchbook >_<. Example well set
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December 21st, 2009 #95
thanks man! not on a course atm. tried to get into uni this year and failed :/ trying to get in now so will see for next year . and the v&a is awesome. :3
been running around too much over the last week. just been drawing where ever i ended up xD. i managed to be apart of an awesome illustration exhibition tho over the weekend. i cant wait for new year!
December 23rd, 2009 #96
from the enviros I see that you need more still lifes - put those on your daily schedule, it pays off greatly.
moleskin sketches look great, you have good lines but watch the perspective.
on the sp, bring out the hues more and watch the values more closely.
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January 2nd, 2010 #97
i love your painterly style. your strokes seem confident, your color picking with your life studies appear accurate, and your portraits just unfinished enough to leave to the imagination and be interesting.
i really love what you have so far here. You've got some serious potential that's just ready to explode. Keep it up and let the pro in you out of its cage.
January 8th, 2010 #98
thanks Vatsel! i'll keep that stuff in mind
cheers a la bapsi. i'll try
ok new year. new stuff. went to see the turner and the masters in the tate the other day. that was awesome so been studying some turners trying to understand how they work. apart from that need to finish all the written stuff i got to do and get back to some projects
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January 22nd, 2010 #101
thanks a la bapsi
January 22nd, 2010 #102
Dude this shit's getting ridiculous. Crazy good stuff here!
I like the toned down colors in that self p (the one with the headphones).
Edit: I also faved the piece of your grandmother on your DA. Really touching stuff man.
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January 25th, 2010 #103
thanks man! and it means alot the fav on da mate, thanks again!
some more study stuff.
January 25th, 2010 #104
Very impressive sketchbook. Your life studies are getting better every post, and your self portraits here and in the other thread are amazing. May I ask what kind of brushes you usually use for your digital work?
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