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March 25th, 2010 #79
Nice sketchbook! loving the lightsaber/staff.
Your life drawings are good too.
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How are your paintings coming along?
Everything is feeling a lot more like work at the moment - the 3d stuff is still good fun but the rest is feeling like a waste of time and it's getting me down. Hermited myself away trying to get it done, haha. Not done any proper drawing or painting for a while - it sucks! Almost done with the year though.
March 28th, 2010 #81
Oh no! Am sorry to hear it's gotten to be a chore of late, Liz. Especially if it's not feeling useful. Painting will be picked up again tomorrow, as I've got the whole family together for a week (as it's Easter). I want to break the back of underpainting another big(ish) canvas before spending time with the girls. Ping me a mail at home if you want to chat / moan - or I'll check my work mail at some point too. Hope things improve for you, soon!
Chow complete, or rather... abandoned so I can get on with other stuff!
March 28th, 2010 #82
Niiice! Dude has attitude. He's perhaps not quite grounded on his chair, but that's my only crit, I love it, and his ominous forest lair. Great job on the boots too!
Yea I'll shoot you an email sometime, will try not to mope too much in your direction though haha
March 28th, 2010 #83
Thanks. I agree, should really seat him better... will send you the self-portrait photos (me in a duvet-cover) when I feel brave enough. The boots were actually used in one of the 'Pir of the Carribean' movies. I'll have you know.
March 28th, 2010 #84
March 28th, 2010 #85
Thanks, Jephyr_X. Like the musculiture(sp?) studies on your site, btw.
March 30th, 2010 #86
That´s a great Robin Hood characterization!
I love the general mood of the canvas, and with that pose you´ve just nailed it. If you think on a forest outlaw, that is the kind of man you´ll like to expect.
Another nice choice is the light source, although I miss a little more of black on the branches and darker tones on his face. But it is a great piece. I imagine it as a really fine book cover. It has so much power.
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April 6th, 2010 #87
Thanks for the positive feedback, elpez - really encouraging. Given that it's made from photo-reference of myself, also a tad worrying! Perhaps I just have that moody outlaw look about me after a day at work?
April 16th, 2010 #88
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Dude! I love your Imperial red guard you did. Its rad.
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April 27th, 2010 #90
Sooo good in here Slayer. All great, especially those gesteral thumbs in #62 and 68. Makes me realise that if I can't capture a gesture, the drawing won't work. Thanks for showing.
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April 28th, 2010 #91
Thanks for the encouraging comments, all. Been busy with more traditional painting of late, update will follow shortly.
Quick sketch for the DnD project I've just found / forgot to post with the others.