@féfé73: Hey féfé, many many thanks!! I`m really glad you like my work.
@surus: Hey Surus, many thanks for stopping by again.
@ZakknArt: Heyy ZakknArt, thank you a lot! I`m happy that you like my stuff. I love to do such pencil drawings from time to time. really relaxing. But I have to practise the digital rendering and color stuff as well.
@zerosete: WOOOW!! Hey zerosete, I cannot describe how I felt after reading your comment!! Many many thanks. I`m always really happy, when people get some inspiration of my work.
Ok, this time again just some Still life practise. I`m really unhappy with my colors. Have to be more accurate next time. Do you have any critic??
@Domd: Many many Thanks for your comment!!
@Monkabit: Thanks man!!! I`m glad you like my work!
@NickyBeats: Thaaaaaaaaaaaanks Nickyyyyyy!!!!! Yeah I`m currently trying to put more attention to materials and surfaces. It has to do with trying to understand, how a surface is constructed on a very veeeeeeeeeeery small scale.
@Philipopotamus: Hehe...Thanks. The spider was alot of fun to draw.
@Buxu: Thanks Buxu. Yeah, I have a sketchbook there too. But it seems, there is less forum activity.
@Kaidok: Hey, thanks for stopping by and your comment. I hope you will like the coming stuff as well.
@gianlucaromano: Thanks man!!!
@CA.org: Thank you so much for adding my sketchbook to the header!! I`m really happy!
OK, here is my next stuff. First of all, just a new still life.
The second image is based on the idea to add something funny, maybe even a story telling element to the scene like on my cauldron still life some time ago.
After having my sunday breakfast, the idea of the two "egg bots" came up. I really love eggs on sunday breakfast and I also like bots. Why not combining them I know, totally nonsense ...
If you wonder, if it is possible to draw just with a laser.. I read something about thermoresponsive materials. Those materials can change their color while heating them. So lets say, the egg is made of such a material
The last one is a close up of the bots. I hope you like the images. If you have some critic, please let me know!
Such a great way to apply a study, right in it! And let me join the crowd and say what awesome saucy stuff you got here, very inspiring! Keep it up please! I see you have a lot of very clean and sharp edges, do you lasso your objects in at first, mask them and then paint inside? Or do you systematically clean it all up at the end? Also can I ask, how long is each study about? Of the still life.
@gianlucaromano: Many Thanks Man!!! Your comment made me smile.
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I see you have a lot of very clean and sharp edges, do you lasso your objects in at first, mask them and then paint inside?
yeah.. mostly it works like that. Sometimes I also use a hard edged brush to clean edges.
Or do you systematically clean it all up at the end
Sometimes, when I start more lose with just blocking in colors at the beginning, I clean it up step by step.
Also can I ask, how long is each study about? Of the still life.
It depends a bit on the objects and the lighting condition. The cups took me between 1.30 h and 2 h, for example. I think, the hammer took me a bit more time. The overall shape is more complex. I try to put more time into those studies, because I often have to do clean game assets for clients. That means, the studies are not only a drawing practice, they also train me to become patient enough to finish such images, structure my layers and get a better workflow. Hope that makes sense and answers your questions.
Swiezy:Hey thanks man!! Cheers From Germany!!
fatman274: Many hanks!!!
ZakknArt: Thank you!! I`ll definitaly stopping by your sketchbook from time to time!!
Prawn: Many thanks!
Sixten: Hey many thanks!! I really enjoy your studies in your sketchbook! I`m glad I could help!
This time again nothing special. Just a little quick study from this morning! It`s tranparent plastic material. I just wanted to see the difference compared to glass material. Hadn`t enough time the last days to do something more interesting. So this is just for keep posting more regular!
Last edited by Marcelloo; February 17th, 2014 at 05:31 AM.
Again some still lifes from today and yesterday evening. The first ones are from the last 2 hours. I tried to be more quick and lose. On the other 2 bulb images I spend a bit more time. They took me between 1 and 1 1/2 hours. I`m really in the mood these days doing such studies. I have a lot of fun to do them. I`ll post more exciting stuff soon.