Aveh yeah! i like playing support heroes like those. especially that new empath bitch
Hahah we will have to play sometime, I'll shoot you an PM or something.
Just have fun.
@razz yeah man i feel the same but sometimes u have to push and thanks for post ;D
lady of the pits
after ALBA, Macrino d'
Bust of Pope Innocent X
still working on the landscape(89x116cm) gonna took long as i wait for its getting dry. used ref for portraits ofc.
girl is after Friedrich von AMERLING
Likeness of a Girl
wips still trying to learn that digital oil painting >.< was using painter now artrage.. need tuto if i can find.. will continue tomo
any compositional comment would be apriciated cos i need that piece to get better im gonna detail it more and maybe a little more light-dark balancing. also gonna fix that figure aswell. its wet atm so dont wanna touch till 2 days.
thats 89*116cm oil on canvas
You have some kick butt paintings!! I like the last one and the life stuff =)
Wingal cheers =)
Good studies as always! I looked through your SB and one thing that caught my eye is the difference between the solid, fluidly drawn figures drawn from life and the varying quality of your figures drawn from head. There are some proportion issues like too long arms or legs, too big hands and awkward poses. Nothing huge but it caught my eye because your referenced stuff is so great. On the last page I was happy to see some Bridgman studies. Would be great to see more of those from you because his blocky way of constructing the figure is great for drawing from head. Also, with his method with the three cubes, it's easier to set figures in perspective on pieces like this one. I really like the life brought by the different poses and the action happening but there are weird things happening with the perspective - the guy on the left looks tiny (if he's a midget, the head should be bigger) and even though they're standing on the same board, the guy pulling the rope looks like if he was standing a bit higher.
Hope I wasn't too harsh and keep them coming!
smuli thanks for helping mate never say that, im grateful with what you say =) im glad u watching me ;D he was midged and i never thought about head issue so your right about the head than. i must work a lot and im very lazy >.< i deserve to lose my hand because of that im really confused about whole stuff.. my school is very traditional u know kickass oily paintings etc. but they will kick me out of they will find out that im trying achieve something illustrative or conceptual like that >.< i mean im kinda stuck must decide where to go else i wont be able to study full force.. sorry for my lacking english btw cheers
quick naruto sketck kinda sux but wanted to share
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your stuff looks really awesome!
Its fascinating to see the quality of your line work vary so much. Its a great sketchbook overall. You seem to be able to focus and delivery a really tight refined look at times and at others be so loose that you might suspect you are hardly trying and just want to get the shade of darkness in there fast, sacrificing the look of the piece. Maybe I think if its worth doing then its worth doing right. At least when it comes to shading and lighting Otherwise its great to see you improve and study. I really love the old page look in your first page. I have some of those lying around. I made with tea and regular sheets of paper/ But they dont have the color or texture yours does. How did you make them?
Damn man, you've got plenty of classic media stuff. A lot of patience - I respect it. Wish you luck, and keep going!
Wonderful sketchbook man, that's all I can say.