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20 min each..
refs from terragalleria.com..
tomorrow: lifedrawings ;-)
stillife digital 1hr or so
Boom boom pow!
Stuff from da last days
i love guitars and i love girls, no reference used except for the wall-hand
20 Min Doodle
sooooo i'm dabbing into landscapes, this is something i have neglected totally, so time to do them. slowly getting it, as soon as its warmer i'm going out painting, till then i'll do some from mind.
moooaaaarrr landies, last one with ref
ref'd by a screencap
awesome bro kepp up
thanks i will!
here's another one, foreman from house, screencap kinda-study
daily sketch group from today
coffee plant still life, 4 hrs in ye olde photo shoppe
head thumbs, no ref
heyyyy guys, starting with character design.. FUN!
portrait sketch, 2hrs or so
trying out my new col erease pencils
Very nice progress here!
thank you sir much appreciated
This is from mind. Trying to remember stuff from plein air painting.
first 2 weeks of painting outside. using watercolor with white gouache
Love looking at all of your paintings and stylized life drawings. It seems like your eye and hand work well together to get more than just the surface details. That's great.
All I have to say is Nice!
Behind every great master is a great student...
Imagination is more important than knowledge- Albert Einstein...
NEW SKETCHBOOK -- http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...40#post3743640
OLD SKETCHBOOK: http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...25#post2543225
I like the reflections and colors in that spoon study. very nice.
Risen from the Dead
Great variety in your worK!
Really like the amount of life drawing in all variety of mediums too
Your strokes are great but for a crit i'd say about your watercolours, take advantage of the medium, get a lot of water in there and let it flow. Depends on your paper but slap down a lot of water onto the page before you even put any paint on it will be a different experience. I'm not a watercolour boss but just something to try
that spoon looks really good - you captured it well