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Thread: R Love's Sketchbook and Stuff
October 2nd, 2009 #1
R Love's Sketchbook and Stuff
So many amazing works to discover in this place, I've been lurking too long now. Its time to join in on the fun and self improvement. So to start I will direct you to some of my recent and older works located here..
Thank you for looking and critics are always welcomed in this thread!
New stuff incoming...
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some recent people practice... and a couple alien fellows....
October 2nd, 2009 #3
this ones pretty big, its going to hang above my wife and I's bed , original is about 5 feet wide 3 feet high....been trying to finish it up in the last few nights.
October 2nd, 2009 #4
another recent visitor, that's all for tonight
October 2nd, 2009 #5
Great start for a sketchbook! I like the little figures in the first post. Keep going!
October 2nd, 2009 #6
Thanks Bartovan! ..I'll be working more on human studies for sure...practice practice!
Some recent doodles..
October 2nd, 2009 #7
amazing work ! im in love with the Piece that will hang above your bed
i think some more realistic color choices would add some realisim and enhance your concepts
perhaps some still life or movie stills ?
thanks much for posting i look forward to more
"Poor is the pupil who does not surpass his master
October 4th, 2009 #8
Thanks for looking Zorcron, I'll try some still lifes soon for sure.
Today some drawings of old photos, need to draw from life more, though these were fun to do. I need to draw thousands more faces to get stuff right...wish i still road the bus, maybe I'll have to hit up the mall food court.
October 6th, 2009 #9
thanks for dropping by my sketchbook! I welcome you to the journey of self improvement and discovery,the road is long and lots to learn! you got the talent and you are sure on the right direction, anatomy and figure studies will get you sky high with your 3D models and make them look a lot more believable, I really like your Alien designs they look unique and as if each one of them is not just a random Zbrush scribbling but actually with an idea behind them and even have their own personalities.
start with Andrew loomis books such as figure drawing for all it's worth and "drawing the head and hands" he has tons to offer! and his way of explaining things makes sense and easy to follow.