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March 30th, 2012 #27
Wow, compared to your first posts your artwork has come on leaps and bounds. It is lovely to see. Like someone posted earlier, would love to see how your figurative work has come along since you started.
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March 30th, 2012 #29
What the last two people said, you defiantly have gotten better. But still work on your human and animal anatomy, the more you do, the better you get.
Also, liking the tower piece, nice perspective.
nice place for studies
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April 2nd, 2012 #30
A spectral wolf
Thank you for your considerations man, I really appreciate that! & THE WEBSITE! Already sticked in my browser (cuz I couldn't to it in my own forehead ! ) Thank you, really! I'm utterly glad.
Thank you! Took the techniques from Burne Hogarth's books... a really nice reference when it comes to forms, in my opinion.
Thanks man! You know, the greatest thing about CA is to see people who pursue art with passion, even when it comes from a rookie artist like me. Comments like yours really gives people more fuel to burn.
I promise to post new figure drawings, but for now I've being sketching up what the modelers are going for at that Shaman's summons. Here's a spectral wolf!!
April 13th, 2012 #31
As I promised! Here are some sketching and studies of the head. Funny about it is that I've been reading "Fun with a pencil" by Andrew Loomis, which is actually A WHOLE LOT OF JOY to keep going through!
April 16th, 2012 #32
For those who enjoy following me til this very page, I want at first to thank you for your attention! I really appreciate that! Aaand second, I got NEWS for ya. Yes...children, I've been given the most marvelous present a man can get from another bro: A sketchbook. Just CHECK it, we all know you want it too! It's ok, it's ok!
Simple, kinda minimalist, thick white pages and holding a lot of potential fun out of it:
So I've been drawings skulls and even started some lines into a one point perspective village! Huull
April 29th, 2012 #33
o0O0oo new sketchbook, those are the funnest . Well, I like page 3 or so. the first page seems like it needs to be awesome, cuz it's the first. but 3-4 pages in it's gravy lol.
Nice to see you powering out some skulls, do you have reference or are they from your head? Some of the proportions are a little shaky, but it's all good learning. ^_^
May 1st, 2012 #34
Hey Rhubix, all of em are from imagination!
Here's a new portrait using some fast strokes and what-not. And also my further exploration of that perspective study. Ending this post with 30 spell icons made for Phobos.
Last edited by Andrew L. Lauren; May 2nd, 2012 at 11:13 PM.
May 15th, 2012 #35
I made that for a friend of mine. This drawing was made based on a pic she took with her dad when she made it through a public contest... They're both at joy and unfortunately her dad suffered an accident and died few years from now. Last year was her first year without her dad and I made this drawing for her on "Father's day", which she loved cuz according to her, it sorta felt like a new photography. So it was a successful present...
Last edited by Andrew L. Lauren; January 27th, 2013 at 01:50 PM.
August 3rd, 2012 #36
Who would like to paint it!?!?!
Hey friends! Sorry about not sharing any news lately! Things are going crazy at work! I'm finishing my thesis and so my global free time got REALLY shortened lately! But!! I'm still drawing when I can! This is a really cool perspective study? LOTS of great knowledge coming out of it... and also my 4-years old sister would looove to get her crayons in that! Haha so childish!
Last edited by Andrew L. Lauren; August 3rd, 2012 at 10:15 AM.
August 18th, 2012 #37
Another portrait, this time from my mom on her old graduation pic
Last edited by Andrew L. Lauren; August 18th, 2012 at 06:23 PM.
August 20th, 2012 #38
August 25th, 2012 #39
Hello again! I've bought myself a Canon T3i! Seriously recommended for studying values, light and for general fun! hehe For the record: This is a study of value from a photograph I took from the beach near my house.