Cool clothe studies, and the last thing looks really freaky, looking forward to the end result.
mitchoo thanks man!
Ludic thanks, i doubt i will finish that one tthough... dont see the purpose anymore in that one
man, its late.. im really in the drawing mode today, maybe its the weather?
first i did a study by copying an image i really like. unfortunatley i dont know who did the original, i found it somewhere on ca. learned a lot from this study.
trying to apply some stuff in this drawing.
a quick update, i learn a lot about lines in relation to form, obvious stuff i should have learned a long time ago.. if people have advice: plz! also, i focus on getting lines right in one line, instead of going over it multiple times. how is your approach to this?
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You've got some really interesting studies going on, and your technical/exploded drawings are amazing. Anyone who can use markers well gets much respect from me. I'd love to see some more finished digital images though.
In regards to your line studies, there's some great discussion and exploration of how the masters used line and rhythm and stuff in 'Drawing Lessons from the Great Masters' if you can find it. Great book. And Great sketch book!
Went through this sketchbook again, and i got to say. It's really cool, i love all the
designish stuff, etc. the photo-device, the iphone 5 and so on, it all looks very clean and
innovative. Don't have much critique for the linework as my lines are terrible.
Keep up the good work.
Ludic thanks for the kind words
danlambert thanks for the cool post, ill check that book out thank you!
RBeek hehe nice
Mitchoo i learned it primarily by looking at real life and looking at other artists work that inspire me. lately ive been addicted to james jean.
Silwynar thanks, i know the shakyness. it comes from photoshop when i have to press hard, because i have the opacity on pen pressure. so lately what i prefer is to set my opacity jitter off and change my opacity to 50 % for all my line work, which allows you to build up line weight. now i dont have to press very hard, much more relaxing for my hand and far better lines.
here some recent studies. i draw very much lately, for work off course and also i draw stuff in my moleskine. maybe ill scan it someday
for this idw i was pushing myself to come up with a concept in 1 hour i timed it and in fact i did it in 1,5 hour. it was a very fast drawing
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habrok hehe thanks mate!
mitchoo thanks dude. plz pm me when there is another one! i would love to join a session
Sushy thanks. yeah, i love to communicate form
lately ive been busy to improve my paintings. I work primarily from sketch to painting now and im trying to develop a very clean and easy process for my paintings. quick, clean and appealing are my goals.
here is an old sketch i did, i decided to paint it.
You are a great source of inspiration, especially like the industrial design works!
very very nice work, I hope someday to reach this level of awesomeness (:
wow bro you'r doing great.-long time since my last visit.
this one here really caught my attention! http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...5&d=1300278997
as for the racing car you did the design, the pics look like it's a really good place to studie
mitchoo thanks man, see you tomorrow
f1x very much appreciated, your work is great!
Dromer thanks dude
kischi thanks man, that piece was an idea to use as a stencil and spray it somewhere on a wall. never actually did it though the faculty i study at is a very good education. not very artsy though but thats alright. i do that in my spare time and most of it you have to learn yourself anyways..
General F. thanks man, appreciate it.
here some random shit i drew when i was waiting for something. and a quick car study, i never draw cars so... thought i might as well put it up here.