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New Art at the end of the thread.
here is some new things..
The majority of the first two pages are from my time studying at LAAFA for a period of 10 weeks. Most of this is pretty embarassing to look at now.- update-5.18.10
Last edited by Kenny_Callicutt; May 29th, 2010 at 02:31 PM.
ROFL. That thumbnail is hilarious. Reminds me of an old Terry Gilliam animation from Monty Python or something.
The figure drawing stuff is excellent. Looks like you're using some Vilppu with the contour stuff (moving your pencil over the form).
I think you could use some boning up on facial constructions. The features seem pretty consistently out of place on most of what I see here.
Great start, though.
nice work...model studies are really great.
Discovered a new trick for photographing a painting with out setting up my lights and filters and what not.. Just move the light so the glare is on different parts of the painting.. then crop the pictures to the nonglare parts and photomerge them.
Unfortuantely Im using a shit 5 dollar yellow lightbulb from target so its raping my colors to the point is hard to save them in photoshop
Psage Appreciate you dropping in again, and thank you
gaurishankar Thank you
Wowzers. Very impressed am I!
Amazing figure and charcoal and watercolor work!
Really nice stuff - my only crit is sometimes things get a little muddy or with the sketches lose clarity. otherwise very nice - and I mean that - thanks for sharing!
Sketchbook of the Me type person
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um big fail.. but I had fun playing on this brown paper. Its absolute shit for inkwash as you cant really move the ink around at all so Ive got some black shapes laid down that id anticipated on moving around.. tried to cover/lighten them up with the white conte.
O well. I was getting a little to comfortable with the ink wash.
The7Artist7 Thanks for the crit and dropping in
p sage Thanks man. Its a little difficult changing gears from feeling out the forms to jumping straight into a final statment.
Great figure work going on! It seems pretty consistent that the head or the face is too small in relation to the rest of the body. The face especially. Most people make the face too big. Just be aware of that next time you draw and try to relate it to the rest of the body. Keep posting and drawing from life- its all looking good!
Sweet portraits man! The faces are looking more proportionate! Cant wait to see the rest of the 8 hour drawing. Looks like a nice solid start. Keep rockin man!
you have many good studies here! I like the quick drawing 5-10 min, good job!
Your less strong point i think is the position and proportion of the eyes. I recommend some skull/eyeball studies to fix that.