Thank you for your feedback, Zhiao. Closing one eye is a good tip and I agree about the hand on bed, i'll fix the thumb, but about the casual pose, it's not supposed to be very erotic, actually. I want to convey her mixed feeling of excitement plus fear because she was never been in a room with a guy before (but it's not a rape scene). I should've told the story clearer, bad habit, sorry. Thank you for your thoughts, they're much appreciated
Here's one sheet before bed.
Quick sketches of a walking figure and a moon's alien , done with references in about 30 minutes: Attachment 871765
Last edited by witcrack; January 5th, 2010 at 02:56 PM.
Reason: Grammar check and broken attachment fix.
Thanks for dropping by my SB and for the kind words.
Man, look at the diversity in this sketchbook! Lots of different mediums and styles, very cool stuff.
Uh, I don't really know what else to say, I'm not able to give you any critique atleast now.
You have a nice thing going on with studying, definately keep it up.
I love the frogs you drew a few pages back, as well as your ink drawings, very nice! i don't really have anything in the way of crits, you seem to have everything covered. variety of mediums, subjects, studies etc. keep it up!
Oh my, i got 8 feedbacks in one night! This is wonderful! Thank you guys, for your supporting words.
Arestocrat: Yeah, painter is the best software in the world! A bit bombastic there, but it's really my favorite of all. Thank you for liking my pencil-work, i did a much much cleaner approach in pencil drawing lately and will do more for a month ahead. It's very restricting but it's required for the project and I hope i'll be a better draftsman with each work. i still have to do a lot of study though.
Rotor: Your words are kind too, thank you very much. Let's just hope i won't get lost in the diversity .
ZhouPeng: You're just too kind, man. Too kind . Your words made me floating, here. Thank you very much! I have to get myself together now, ASAP
Aeothesiel: Thank you for feedback. Yeah, i missed studying some animals. Current project don't allow me to do much of them. Maybe if i can steal some times... hmmm *plotting an evilish plan*
Dinoman: Thank you! Your words are encouraging too. But talking about encouragement, if you can just picture yourself being a lot better in the future, as a great artist, if you can just imagine it! Then that, my friend, is the best encouragement ever exist. Keep it nicely in your head. To quote Gaiman from The Sandman series: "Even if it's only exist in your head, that doesn't mean it isn't REAL" . I'll check back on you.
ColorExcursion: Thank you! More to come, more to come.
Duckfukker: Thank you for your feedback and i'm glad you like that TV-eyed Guy! That's too bad for your connection problem, hope it got better
G_U_T_S: Thank you for liking my Sandman stuffs. I actually decided to do all of the siblings, but unluckily i haven't yet got the time to do them. I'm hoping sometime in the near future *crossing fingers*.
Okay so, here's today's drawing and doodles:
Another character from the book, an antagonist bossy Chinese guy, i forgot that he should be wearing a working helmet, he's some kind of a boss in an oiling rig, Attachment 872553
how do you think?
And here's some doodles while i watch Fashion TV, for each sketch, i performed a quick memorizing of thing that caught my attention and quickly transfer it to the paper. Inaccurate, off-course: Attachment 872554 Attachment 872555
that's my friend who is ducking there, just in case you're wondering why would FTV have a man posed like that
I like the pencils of the chinese guy. The TV sketches also look pretty cool. I prefer the woman in the black dress and the girl with the coat in this one: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...4&d=1262799264
Pretty neat work! Keep it up! And yeah, Painter is the best software in the world. If it would run as smoothly and stable as photoshop I would never get off my computer again
Hello Witcrack, and thanks for dropping by the ol' sketchbook.
I really enjoy the work you are producing, very fascinating and intriguing. Hits a lot of psychological points, which I always enjoy something that makes you think as you observe. On top of that excellent draftsmanship and painting skills help elevate these into very high notch work!