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    Have neglected the CA SB on a regular basis. . .but. . .

    still drawin'-- a LOT! I've got a stack of 18" X 24" newsprint conte crayon drawings that are too big and numerous to scan. . . also a bunch of 9" X 12" SB conte crayon stuff from Starbucks-- just been busy and lazy about maintaining much of an online presence as of the last couple months.

    Also, studying and doing photography to bolster the ref collection for my wanna be nature artist career change. . .

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    Hirundo rustica erythrogaster

    Nude in conte crayon on rough news print
    Drawing of a drawer (same materials)

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    Looking good Kamber. So you have decided not to pursue animation anymore but nature instead. Nature is a wonderful subject to draw, do you have a common name for the birdie in the photo?

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    Hey Marian!

    Cartooning is still the main focus. But, nature art has always been an interest. So, my goal is "transitional legitimate amateur status" in both cartooning and nature art to see if I can shoot at a living in either.

    Da boid? He's a barn swallow-- "erythrogaster" refers to the reddish color of the breast plumage-- a variation that's quite common here in the Northwest.

    Anyway. . .

    Coffee Shop Easy Chair (with my new, yet long idle, Sennelier travel set-- monochrome in Raw Umber).

    Life Drawin' Head-- HB Conte crayon on rough newsprint.

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    Woman, laptop. (HB Pencil and WC on fake moleskine).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamber Parrk View Post
    Hey Marian!

    Cartooning is still the main focus. But, nature art has always been an interest. So, my goal is "transitional legitimate amateur status" in both cartooning and nature art to see if I can shoot at a living in either.

    Da boid? He's a barn swallow-- "erythrogaster" refers to the reddish color of the breast plumage-- a variation that's quite common here in the Northwest.

    Anyway. . .

    Coffee Shop Easy Chair (with my new, yet long idle, Sennelier travel set-- monochrome in Raw Umber).

    Life Drawin' Head-- HB Conte crayon on rough newsprint.
    The head drawing is amazing! It's a far cry from the previous batch!

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    Xeon: Aw, thanks! I think it's a pretty solid drawing-- I am trying to emphasize construction more in my life drawing-- but it has several glaring failures that haunt me with its posting. Funny how scanning and posting gives you a views and insights that mere eyeballing lacks.

    Despite any inherent issues-- think it might make a good new thumbnail for the SB.

    I'm posting another of what will be quasi-daily watercolor studies. Like the previous WC, I was only able to lay in light preliminary washes before the subject human escaped. My scanner really plays hell with these delicate washes and blows away much subtle detail-- I'm hoping as I get faster and lay in denser washes that the scanned product will be more resistant to the glaring light.

    Anyway. . .

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    Nice work on the watercolor business man, Kamber paark.

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    Hey Flashback! Thanks. The original is a bit less harsh-- the initial yellowish wash I laid in was really brought out by scanning-- the guy had a deep bronze-ish skin tone that I was working up as dulled oranges-- but pretty blown away.

    Anyway. . .

    Below: This is another color wheel using part of the Sennelier travel set along the line of Bruce MacEvoy's ("Handprint") "artist's primaries"-- cyan (Cinereous Blue), yellow (Lemon Yellow), and magenta (Carmine) (plus a green-- here thalo green)-- this starts some exercises recommended by MacEvoy which I'll do along with, eventually, a Gurney "Yurmby Wheel" that I never got around to earlier.

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    Woman With a Purple Laptop.

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    Interior

    Study of pillar from interior

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    Flesh tone color experiment

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    Memento Mori (rough from imagination)

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    Great Effort, Some of these sketches are really great.

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    The first two of these are follow up studies for the next iteration of Memento Mori with raccoon: semi-formal perspective study of a casket, study of casket mouldings from various internet refs.

    Last is just an HB head study from life drawing.

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    Design of casket dimensions/mouldings inked with Sharpie

    (my Sharpie inking is pretty hacky-- they bleed quick. I can get more control with Pigmas. But, Pigmas have a porous tip that wants to hang up in the tooth of my Strathmore 400 pad.)

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    Hola Kamber!

    Haven't seen your update for centuries! Busy?

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    hello!
    i like these ones the best from the recent ones




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    Hey Xeon and VK!

    Yeah long time no post! (Have been drawing at about the same rate though-- much of it LARGE Life Drawing-- but some is postable-- just lazy about doing it after CA being down and breaking my post momentum

    VK, thanks-- people seem to really like that drawing-- though I'm constantly seeing all the flaws in it!

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    Nice Stuff in here!
    What do you think if you are trying to add more and darker shadows to your pictures. That would give more value to your work.

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    Hey there AriyaLothiriell: thanks for droppin' in!

    You're correct, my values are pretty weak. Mostly, I've been doing a lot of life drawing where I'm concentrating on structure to the point I'm neglecting laying in value, mainly because I run out of time! (I'm trying to practice, now, outside the life sessions, in "structuralizing" faster and, I'm playing with techniques and methods to also start laying in values quicker.

    Below is a little bit of study in that direction (still a bit weak. . .):

    Back Torso: vine on Strathmore 400
    Cafe Head: same
    'nother Cafe: same
    Yet another: same
    shoulder: pastel pencil on smooth newsprint

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    Asian Guy: soft vine on Strathmore 400
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    Older Couple: Sennelier w/c travel set

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    sweet life drawings! i also like that experiment with color and skin tonality keep on sharing mate!

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    lionheartGFX: thanks for peekin' in!
    (I need to do some more of those flesh tone studies. . .)

    Figure With Device (my victim, here, took off early-- left the drawing in rough construction form, threw down some paint. . .)

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    This is just a cafe study that I did in Gimp. (Forgot my damn w/c moleskine. . . )

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