Results 1 to 30 of 201
Thread: red book
May 30th, 2010 #1
A while ago i stopped my old sketchbook and now i think it's time to start a new one I bought a new moleskine and recently i've been drawing people on the train. I will try to upload as often as possible.
Last edited by JellevdVegt; May 30th, 2010 at 02:28 PM.
Hide this ad by registering as a memberMay 30th, 2010 #2
Wonderful sketches. I really like that most of your faces show believable expressions (that lady reading the book really looks concentrated and the girl with the speech bubble really looks totally sad. Very well captured!)
May 30th, 2010 #3
May 30th, 2010 #4
very inspiring stuf. I wish I could draw ppl like that from real life, maybe one day. Expecially the lady at the top is really good. Well done keep posting and Ill keep looking. /Brain
Cheers/ your friend PMB
"Painting my brain with memories of the future"
Pencil and brush is my choice of weapons!
May 30th, 2010 #5
June 4th, 2010 #6
your work is pretty awesome (looking in your old sketchbook too) =D
i saw your entry in the creature of the week and i was wondering what tips you could give me on like getting that cleaner look you have to you work. Your work shows alot of understanding of lighting most things which makes your work like easy to see, and i was wondering if you could point me in the right direction.
YOUR AWESOME! HAVE A GREAT DAY!
June 4th, 2010 #7
killer stuff so far! and points for very unique sketchbook title
June 4th, 2010 #8
AG: thanks I might have called it train book, since i only draw there.
Lightmode108: Ill try to take a look in your sb soon, ill give you some pointers.
Lyno: Good to hear from you again lyno!
PaintMyBrain: Thanks! just keep drawing i guess
marcotronic: Thanks for that, its good to hear what you specifically like about my work, because i'm not always very aware of it myself.
June 4th, 2010 #9
Hmm nice drawings! Makes me wanna buy a moleskin.
June 11th, 2010 #10
The Following User Says Thank You to JellevdVegt For This Useful Post:
June 11th, 2010 #11
July 15th, 2010 #12
August 12th, 2010 #13
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.
Last edited by JellevdVegt; August 31st, 2010 at 04:14 AM.
August 20th, 2010 #15
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 04:45 PM.
August 23rd, 2010 #17
aw shit dude. you really know your perspective. so THATS how simple perspective sketches are done. off to practice. love the portraits too
Painting depends on your state of mind and everything affects your state of mind. Use music, food, your workspace, your relationships and your intention to your advantage. Create an ecosystem of creativity for yourself.
[...] what concerns us here is not imagination itself, but rather creative imagination; the faculty that helps us pass from the level of conception to the level of realization.
- Igor Stravinsky, The Poetics of Music
August 23rd, 2010 #18
August 25th, 2010 #19
August 25th, 2010 #20
August 25th, 2010 #21Registered User
- Join Date
- Aug 2010
- Thanked 5 Times in 5 Posts
Very impressive lines. Respect. I like it.
August 31st, 2010 #22Registered User
- Join Date
- Nov 2009
- Thanked 1 Time in 1 Post
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!!
August 31st, 2010 #23
August 31st, 2010 #24
August 31st, 2010 #25
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!
August 31st, 2010 #26Registered User
- Join Date
- Mar 2010
- Thanked 34 Times in 16 Posts
Solid stuff! The shallow concept piece made me lol, I like your style
September 4th, 2010 #27
life drawing dump
richart:glad you like it
dierat: Yeah, sometimes i feel like a stalker aswell, just try not to get caught and you'll be ok. most of the time i draw people from behind so theyll never see you.
BenjaminL: Moleskine is pretty good paper in a nice cover. The paper is good for rendering, mind that you should never press hard on the paper, then its absolutely worthless. Only use soft strokes and if you want to go dark just build up alot of soft strokes. you have to have patience I dont like moleskine paper super much btw.
Klaus Reinbach III:thanks klaus
tjozero: Hey tj!!! thanks man, Nice that you're drawing so much lately man, but i already told you. Start your new sketchbook, im curious about your drawings. Im pretty happy with the cow aswell
m0uS3r: thanks for stopping by again man you've gotten so much better since i last saw your work, just keep on it.
Vloth: thanks, it was a masterclass about drawing creatures actually, they teached to start with loose abstract doodles and then make a creature out of it. very fun indeeeed
aks9: thanks! perspective isnt difficult to understand. You just need to practice alot to get it into your system, so you dont have to think about it that much.
This is some stuff from the life drawing masterclass
September 16th, 2010 #28
Wow nice! I didn't get the e-mail about the update from your last thread, so I was still checking your old thread for updates hihi but now I found it! :-)
Really great sketches, nice points of view too, I'd say that you could work on your fluidity of lines, but you seem to do that already in the moleskine book.
See you soon!
P.S. I have a new sketchbook too! I changed the link in my signature.
September 16th, 2010 #29
September 17th, 2010 #30
Blueberry: thanks man!
NoŽ: hehe, funny, thats what the guys at the workshop also told me, that i should work on more fluidity in lines. Ill check your sb soon. see ya soon!
Here's a big ass update of some fun stuff, nothing serious just enjoying and relaxing. Also, this time i wanted to do something different. Im going to show some of my recent notes i take at the faculty. some crazy doodling going on there, i hope you enjoy. Im doing a minor called house of the future at the moment which is very cool
drawing on the touchpad of my macbook
panorama of classroom
random shit out of my sketchbook
Colab with NoŽ
Last edited by JellevdVegt; September 18th, 2010 at 03:18 AM.