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August 15th, 2010 #14
Frank Gressie: thanks mate!
Here's a piece i worked longer on then my usual stuff, just to trying to push my color skills. Another goal was to put in alot of details to see. I used sketchup to make a start, as sort of an experiment. I think i won;t use it again because its alot faster to make a line drawing. For a next painting i will also not do black and white first because its a pain to add colors to a black and white painting. Its also not very usefull because a b&w painting misses all the contrasts you can get with color. anyway, i added a step by step so you guys can follow my big clumsy workflow for this painting. Im not super happy with the end result but it makes up for the fact i learned alot. I am very happy how the left below area turned out.
last piece is something i did for a friend, he;s making a game based of a frysian folklore called grutte pier.
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August 23rd, 2010 #16
Thanks for the awesome attention.
I'm currently following a workshop involving visual thinking to help companies visualize abstract processes and stuff. super awesome guys at the workshop. There was also a masterclass involving fun creature stuff and drawing a farm from different camera views.
workshop 1 involving a company
Last edited by JellevdVegt; August 23rd, 2010 at 03:45 PM.
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August 25th, 2010 #21Registered User
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Very impressive lines. Respect. I like it.
August 31st, 2010 #22Registered User
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Vind 't steeds leuker om naar je tekeningen te kijken jelle! ben nu zelf ook elke dag aan het tekenen. We moeten binnenkort even afspreken om samen een paar schetsen te maken van geniale ideen die de wereld gaan veranderen.
thumbs up voor je koe!!
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Awesome portraits dude! I think I'd feel a bit stalker-ish drawing/watching people in such a close space, but you make it look so fun! I also really enjoy the lively way you sketch foliage, particularly the trees in that last image with the cows. Keep up the good work!
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Solid stuff! The shallow concept piece made me lol, I like your style