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July 30th, 2009 #14Registered User
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Nice work so far.
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July 30th, 2009 #16
rikkiniehaus - thanks
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Badger - lol, peter mandelson is a very funny man. thanks. yeh, im gona finish it off soon.
its been awhile since i worked on it but i started to work out the final look for my character i posted in 2. i used elements of 2 and 3 out comes for it mainly with a few added bits. also i wanted to try something new today so i had a quick go at some fashion illustration stuff. was quite a change and was really fun making new marks! there some 30s gestures as well.
July 31st, 2009 #17
studies and another wip of the painting i started yesterday. was wondering do you think the feet look alright atm?
August 2nd, 2009 #18
here some scribbles from the weekend.
quick selfportrait, some studies of people foucing on line and some more studies of girls again.
August 4th, 2009 #19
some stuff from yesterday and today. i recently bought andrew jones fine art series download. was a brilliant watch, and got quite a few ideas on how to throw ideas and shapes about. anyways i made the painting listen and watching pendulum live at brixton ablum which is insanely good . i wish i could have gone to see them live
August 6th, 2009 #20
went to Bristol yesterday to see the banksy vs Bristol museum exhibition. it was brilliant . anyways here is some junk from today and yesterday. :/
some observational drawings, some anatomy from my head to see how much i learnt (which wasn't much). today i continued on one of my paintings and another self portrait.
August 7th, 2009 #21
Wonderful sketchbook so far! The amount of work you're putting out is great. You might want to watch out for is similar faces being repeated over and over in sketches. And for the painting of girl with spear, you should check out the proportions and maybe just draw a body to go along so you can see some things more clearly. The head is very small, while the arms seem to connect to the body very far away.
Anywhooooo....Keep up the great work.
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August 10th, 2009 #22
thanks pixie tricks! i really need someone else to look at the piece to point things out, so these comments are very helpfully. im gona try and fix some of the proportions on the arms and make the head a little bigger. with the head i wanted it to look like the armour is quite big on her but the head does look alittle too small even for that. ive also started to do daily self portraits which hopefully (when i get use to the mirror >.<) will help alot with expression . thanks again
anyway here is some stuff from the weekend. there not to much to show but work and pub did take up alot of my time
August 10th, 2009 #23
I really like your digitals.. espacially this one:
The armour/costume looks awesome.. medieval, but also somehow modern at the same time. I would love to see more like this.
August 11th, 2009 #24
thanks demodeus! yap there is another 3 going to be in a series with that piece two done by me; two by a friend. my next one i will hopefully start planning before the weekend.
here some new stuff. two more selfportraits. i started a thread here where i am going to post these. also some more on my longer painting. i think i sorted out quite a few of the issues raised by Pixie Trick. i should finish this soon i hope. :/
August 11th, 2009 #25
your longer painting is looking good, nice vibrant colours, graphic style, though as Pixie Trick said the head is small. Also the hand holding the polearm seems to be the wrong way around, because in this position that is really uncomfortable. Sling a broom over your shoulder and you'll see what I mean.
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August 12th, 2009 #26
aha, so I was lured in here by the mandy icon. ADVERTISING WORKS
great stuff in here and an excellent start. your digital paintings have a really nice texture to them and the longer paintings looking good (though her arm to the right looks pretty short, stiff and unnatural. the way you've painted the elbow joint, her forearm ends up looking way longer than her upper arm). top stuff though fella, keep up the good work
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