Welcome to my sketchbook,
Currently I'm a student of multimedia design, and I've a big dream to become a great painter and I can live by doing it...
It's really a big wishes for me remembering that I'll be graduating and start working in industry.
I hope you guys can help me to achieve my dream and make me ready to join industry. I KNOW THAT IT'S A HARD WORK, BUT I'LL KEEP PRACTICING!
@L-J-U : No worries, and thank you for your comment
@Fighting Seraph : Thank you for your comment!
@SenEnd : Thanks for your advice but I'm just still not sure what does it mean by hatching.. is it similar with sketching? that we need to create a value with a pencil line?
nice link you give me there. =)
Those 2 day pencils I think are worth it to really understand value. Some of the anatomy could be laid out a bit better, like the woman's feet on the first image, but your rendering shows patience and some real focus.
Pug Painting, using photoshop, and for this one I try not using any colour picker, and try to mimic the colour that I see as close as possible,
takes me approx 45 mins to finished it up
Hope to hear from you guys =)
Cool works, Last one seems like a cool exercise. Be careful though, don't forget to develop your 3d sense, it's a really important thing. It seems like all your works are from photos. Maybe I'm wrong, though.
Anyway, good progress! keep it up!
Hi Aldo, nice start here. My only suggestion would be to study anatomy. If you want to become good at painting you should also know about the bone structure, muscles and form. These are all steps needed to become great Keep it going.
Hi Ivan, thanks for your comment and advice.. I loved to do some study about anatomy, and actually i already learnt it for quite a while, but I never get into it seriously. Do you have any reference or video or any sources where we can learn a solid anatomy study?
I like the water bottle most, but I wonder if it's from photo ref or real life. Either way you're good.
Try to paint from real life if you want to become great. Because photo references are already 2D, and it makes them easier to reproduce. Just a thought. But I'm a beginner, and if I'm wrong, you can ignore me.
Yea, I think you are right about it, drawing the real life is much harder, but it's totally fun even sometimes we can't get the correct colour and proportion.
for my water bottle I did it real life, and I'm pretty happy with the result. thanks for your comment Gordebak! =)