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Thread: Putting the "Pain" in "Painting"
December 18th, 2010 #31
guess what. update! i bought the zhanglu female portrait vid and its really awesome! heres my first 3 digital portraits from mind.
Here's the first one, around 4 or 5 hrs:
Second one. Also 4 to 5 hrs:
Third one, this went really fast, around 2 hrs:
I did a lots of drawings of female heads, too. gonna post them soon!
thanks for looking folks, CU
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December 18th, 2010 #32
damn so much improvement , really awesome stuff. expecially the last 3
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December 19th, 2010 #33
Here's another Portrait, this time with reference.
The soft look can be achieved by slowly starting with an airbrush with FLOW set to 16%, opacity via pen pressure.
And heres a short WIP
December 20th, 2010 #34
Hey guys, new stuffies:
I did this one for the Muse Chow but I missed the Deadline
Here I wanted to achieve a brushy look. Reference taken from the library of congress flickr images
December 21st, 2010 #35
Selfie from a week ago
December 21st, 2010 #36
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December 24th, 2010 #37
December 24th, 2010 #38
I really enjoy your style and how you draw women dude!
keep it up and im looking forward to seeing more
till next time
sketchbook updated October 6th
December 30th, 2010 #39
thanks avis and omerta!
heres a new one
December 30th, 2010 #40Registered User
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Great Stuff. I love the eyes in all of them. Keep it up!
December 31st, 2010 #41
thanks twig. i will!!
heres some stuff from yesterday and today
January 1st, 2011 #42
puh, i drew the whole day today.
the great thing is: i love it! every second of it! feels good.
January 1st, 2011 #43
Your portraits are incredible! Very nice work in here, the study of the hoodie on Post #42 is really cool too. No crits to speak of, just keep on studying! Keep up the good work!
January 2nd, 2011 #44
thanks mr. neumann!
heres a sketch i made from life on my brother's ipod touch. app was "colors!". it's basically the same as on the DS, only optimized for fingertouchpainting ;-)
January 3rd, 2011 #45
January 4th, 2011 #46
Putting the Pain in Painting - that sounds so good man.
So what is new around your house?
Respect you life model studies on the first page, and
I really like the naked female done through the transparent paper
in post #6. Nice self portrait in #21, nice to meet you. On a first
glance I thought that I saw Lyoto Machida.
I realize that you started to work more intensive and harder in
December and that is so cool. Like the grayscale portraits in post #31.
Well, anatomy is a bit wonky, accordingly to the female holding the
pencil in #34. Like your pencils skills performed on that portrait in #37.
Last portrait painting - outstanding, I like how you build up the skin
tones and values. Respect to your work.
Well what else, I think that I have nothings special to crit, after all I am
not so experienced, maybe I would just like you to post more, just like you
did it in December.
Wish you a Happy New Year.
January 4th, 2011 #47
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January 4th, 2011 #48
January 4th, 2011 #49
here's some stuff from the last 2 days, bridgmans, coffeeshop drawings, and a 1 hour film-still study from schindler's list
January 4th, 2011 #50
You surely have no problems when it comes to recreate a mood in someone's figure.
At some points, your portraits aren't perfect but heck do they somehow look really alike the real person. All that because the subject's mood or details are well rendered. Great job on the SB.
Keep up the good work!
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January 5th, 2011 #51Registered User
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Like those pencil studies..
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January 6th, 2011 #52
Thanks for passing by my sketchbook ^^
I realy like your portraits
good studies =D
keep it up
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January 8th, 2011 #53
Shindler's list is one of my favorite movies.
I watch that movie pretty often over and over again.
Nice painting and great Bridgeman studies.
Keep it up.
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Thanks for commenting on my sketchbook. I love the studies your doing and the digital artwork. Hope to see more from you.
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January 10th, 2011 #55
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January 10th, 2011 #56
whoa so many nice comments, thanks a lot guys!!! I'll return the favor, may take me a day or two ;-)
sooo heres more bridgman & some eyes (those were fun!)
two drawings from mind, to see how much i have learned and how much i have to learn (very much of course)
and my last screencap quick study (30 mins) for the screencapbook
January 14th, 2011 #57
Hey Guys, so I got myself an ipod touch the other day, and i'm totally amazed about this little thingie.
The two more popular painting apps for the Touch are Colors! and Sketchbook Mobile.
Colors is a Really simple painting app. Exactly the same as on the DS. Only without the pressure sensitivity. The great thing here is of course the chance to watch the playback. It's really snappy and fun.
With Sketchbook Mobile, you have more brushes, layers, undo and redo, and other stuff colors doesn't have. But it's also a little slower and you need one tap more for the functions.
Both of them aren't expensive, so try out both.
I'm still painting with the finger. The precision isnt bad. It is not great for nice lines, though. More for direct value and color. Practice is the key I guess. I'm going to order a pogo stylus, let's see how this will work out.
ANyway, here's three of my sketches. The big one is from Life in Sketchbook Mobile, the small ones are painted in Colors. The Buffalo head is from life, the tree from mind.
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Pretty sweet line-work. I feel like the painting stuff isn't up to the same level yet. More specifically, I think you could work a bit on your color selection when it comes to painting skin, and maybe pay more attention to reflected light.
And here's my sketchbook. Help me out with some c&c?
January 15th, 2011 #59
wooooow u really improved keeeeep up u have very good things here
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January 16th, 2011 #60
here's a few landscape color quick study thingies. gotty do way more of them, so hard and fun when you finally get something to look like something. its fighting against complexity...
30 min screencap study
and an iphone wallpaper for all the hitchhiker's guide fans