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October 25th, 2011 #181
Thanks, smallergod. Yeah - I'd agree on the life drawing front; hence why I've got involved to sort it out myself. I've been lucky to find a couple of very professional models and to have a supportive boss to supply an area to run the course. Attendance has been high so far, so we can keep the cost of the sessions reasonable - it's working out well.
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Nice stuff, man. I like the drapery on all ur pieces. Your paintings look good. I kinda miss your character designs though.
October 25th, 2011 #183
Hey Flanagan - nice post, thanks! I really need to get some latest (traditional) sketchbook scribblings scanned. I'll put them against tomorrow's life drawings and take a step-back - I want to thrash out some strong ideas to be made 'real' by the power of 3ds max / zbrush.
October 26th, 2011 #184
Life Drawing 26th Oct
10 minute poses
October 26th, 2011 #185
45 minute pose
October 26th, 2011 #186
Sketchbook scans, from daily scribblings.
October 27th, 2011 #187
The ten min poses are nice given the amount of time. The 45 min pose is good his left arm doesn't seem to be proportional to his body. Maybe its just me. The other sketches are sick. Good ol' traditional 8)
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November 10th, 2011 #188
Done over a couple of lunch-breaks, 2 hours approx. Photoshop, thanks again to Carola Cudemo for modelling and Hanna for photographing the great reference; http://www.flickr.com/photos/hannaiv/
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November 16th, 2011 #189
those last studies are really nice! and also those sketches, you have really expressive lines.
Keep it up!
SKETCHBOOK -> http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...=195781&page=9
November 17th, 2011 #190
life drawings 16th Nov 2011
Thanks for the encouragement, -D_Art-. I'm really putting time into making more gestural marks during life drawing. Also, this week trying to get the pose down in as few marks as possible.
November 19th, 2011 #191
November 21st, 2011 #192
Thanks, MeteorCat. Yes, it was frantically sketched with a technical drawing pen (o.5).
November 24th, 2011 #193
23rd Nov - life drawings
Gestural stuff (2mins - 10mins). Then a couple of longer poses (15mins and 30 mins).
November 25th, 2011 #194
I love that last life drawing!
November 25th, 2011 #195Registered User
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These life drawings are beautiful. They have linework full of energy and a lot of value range which you seen to be translating to your digital work too. Keep at it Grayslayer, looking forward to more energetic doodles :p
November 26th, 2011 #196
November 28th, 2011 #197
Thanks for the encouraging words. I'm keeping the course running into the new year (and hopefully beyond) so my plan is to keep trying out new stuff and posting updates here. I'm focusing on gestural lines at the moment, and I'm hoping Father Christmas (well, my boss) will bring us some easels soon. I'm finding A3 quite restrictive...
The last two here were done with Conte crayon on decent Ingres paper. Quite a challenge, as the studio was near dark with just the spotlights on the model.
November 28th, 2011 #198
You're doing a terrific job Grayslayer, keep it up. I'd love to see the creatures you made in post 186 completed. What you've done with them so far is brilliant.
Wish I had more knowledge to give you critique to help you improve, but really, you look like you're on the right track.
November 28th, 2011 #199
Thanks arc41! Those creatures are my evening doodles, usually before I crash for the night. I may extend them further by sculpting them in ZBrush, so much to do... so little time.... bah!
December 7th, 2011 #200
Just a couple to show this week. 20 minutes each, but I still felt very rushed. Bah! I blame this man-flu I am suffering from.
December 9th, 2011 #201
I've begun sculpting up some of the sketches from my sketch diary / notebook. 1 hour in:
December 20th, 2011 #202
December 20th, 2011 #203
The head area feels really strange to me, I'm not sure if that's you blocking in that area before chiseling it down to a face or something, if so then forget I said anything and keep going.
I'm really enjoying you gestural life studies, especially the weight you've accurately put into your more weighted / hefty subjects. Keep uploading.
December 20th, 2011 #204
Hi BlightedArt, thanks for commenting. I should've explained, this is still early days for this sculpt so I'm still pushing ideas around. I think he'll end up feathery and furry with a head based on something feline with 4 eyes that I sketched a while back.
December 20th, 2011 #205
Another page from the (sketch) diary
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5 stars! Merry christmas! *****
MY DAILY SKETCHES
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December 24th, 2011 #207
January 4th, 2012 #208
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! ^__^
You really have some nice progress in your works since the 1st page I like how varied are you - you use digital and traditional materials and draw different characters and creatures. Sculpting is also great!
The only problem is as I think color, there's too much grey there and isn't that blimy that your username is "thegrayslayer"
I'd recommend you the way which helped me. Try to make some copies of old masters, like Bouguereau. Download the PaintersWheel , pick colors from the reference pick and look at the wheel, try to analyze where the color is on the spectrum, how much saturation and brightness is in it. Firstly try to make masters copies picking colors from the reference pic, and then after 4-5 works try to do the same without using a colorpicker. Even 1 copy without colorpicker will blow your brain but it'll really help you a lot with your further color work.
Good luck to you and keep up growing! ^__^
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January 4th, 2012 #209
Hi b-dawg - thanks for stopping by and for the advice (with links!). I take your point, and I hadn't really thought about it too much. Maybe because I view the digital medium as a rough way of putting ideas down to this sketchbook. I turn out most of this stuff during the lunchbreak of my day-job so it's just the medium I have to hand at the time.
It all feeds into one another though, and I'm sure your tactic will assist in my painting - which is what I really enjoy.
January 6th, 2012 #210
This week's bedtime sketches...