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Awesome work in here, I like the density of your brushstrokes... looks like an actual canvas Keep up the good work man, no crits except maybe to refine your value range, y'know brighter brights and darker darks, looking at the last one you posted.
I'll be back here whenever I need some inspiration.
A Book for Sketching
Originally Posted by Andrew LoomisYou may question why we do not at once proceed to the finished, smooth, round form. The answer is that in a drawing or painting, something of the individual procedure and structural quality should remain... It is the big form that does the job--not the little and exact.
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Last edited by n1frit; September 22nd, 2011 at 03:41 AM.
My favorite so far. Particularly because the focal point feels more refined and crisp.
I've taken a look around your sketch thread - intimidating artwork, n1frit.
BlightedArt Some time i do a little progress in my works. Sad that is only some time :/
Kerah Thanks man! U keep me up!
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Last edited by n1frit; September 27th, 2011 at 02:33 AM.
Your brushwork has a nice painterly touch to it but I still think you should try to work the basic drawing bit more to improve form. Some of these pieces also suffer from being too busy. There's often too much contrast everywhere and no real focal points. It helps to save the really dark darks and really light lights for focal points only.
Keep working on it. I like where you're going with this sb.
"You might be disappointed if you fail, but you will be doomed if you don't try"
I dig the tribesman and I also like that factory/castle place (the last pic).
such inspiring stuff in here! I really love how 'fresh' your brushstrokes look, as if I could touch them and get the wet paint everywhere. I definitely look forward to seeing more. : )