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    Great studies, I like your self-portraits Can you tell me please a name of a book or where to find studies of Ron Lemen that you've done?

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    Thank you in2eternity

    Okay...I'm officially in love with Painter. Did some quick figure paintings to get the juices flowing

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    Here's another

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    Hmm, big burst of growth with this new SB. Lemen studies look hot hot hot. Are these
    from a compilation or do you just have a hoard of IMagineFX back-issues?

    Those painted figure studies earlier in the thread were really slick, I was impressed. The
    texture of course was a bit dull and chalky, but the brushwork was really clean. The
    values, edges, and sense of form were all excellent.

    Not crazy about the bristle marks on these last ones. I'm not totally against 'em but I think
    its a bit too strong in some areas. The paintings look excellent other than that. I love both
    the sense of light and the sense of form.

    On the Kerrigan designs...the biggest thing, I think, is that you don't want to to look like she's
    wearing a suit. I think having the different areas of ridges and the different features flow
    seamlessly into each other might help. Also, more importantly, you want a sense of unity, so
    use a lot of repeating textures and form-language. Too much variety can look jarring and artificial.

    Keep it up!

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    “When forced to work within a strict framework,
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    Bludhund: Thank you, thank you, thank you! Good point about not making Kerrigan's exterior look like a suit. It does look too close to a suit at the moment. To answer your question: the Lemen studies are from a special Imagine FX edition on human and animal anatomy.


    Here are some demos I've been working on for a client.

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    The last one. By far.

    Are these for a logo? Website? Signs?

    If its a logo, remember, it needs to be just as effective at the size of postage stamp or mid-sized coin.
    Also, its better if it can also be effective if re-done using only two, or at most three, solid colors. You
    probably already know that, but, just a reminder.

    Good work!

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    “When forced to work within a strict framework,
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    Bludhund: Thanks for the reminder. I actually forgot about that rule of thumb.

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    some figure drawrings

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    some more drawrings

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    SOLID.

    More, please.

    sketchbook...a kitten dies every time you don't comment

    “When forced to work within a strict framework,
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    Man some of those figure drawings are so spot on. #70! They break through the mold of just studies and give me a sense of a person, which is a rare and beautiful thing. Thank-you for sharing your work.

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    Bludhund & batcustard: Thank you both!

    Here's some drawings I've been doing for a character I'm working on. It's basically a rendition of a rendition.

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    Some doodles from the last 2-3 months

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    doodles cont...

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    more doodles...

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    and some more...

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    still more...

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    the last batch. need to color some of these. more to come for sure!

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    It's great to see you start drawing from your imagination. Your figure drawings are really paying off from your imaginative doodles. Some of them are a little off but others show some real promise. I especially love the design of the outfit for the second image on post #79. Your figure drawings are coming along as well as well as your self portraits. One thing I noticed in your last self portrait is that the eyes looked a little flat. I also think it would be nice to see a full finished figure drawing or maybe some gestures from you. Keep up the hard work.

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    Istmin52: Thank you for your feedback. It made me feel good when mentioned liking my designs. I'd say that was the highlight of my day.

    Here are some more designs for the character I am working on

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    My vote:

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    Really take your time, even when you are 'doodling'. You're going to be the most fully creative when
    you are comfortable, thoughtful, and have an idea in your mind's eye before it's on your paper.

    Keep up the good work!

    sketchbook...a kitten dies every time you don't comment

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    Bludhund: Your an invaluable source my friend. Always a pleasure!

    Here are some figure studies. I spent 15-20 mins on each. They are from photo-refs courtesy of the Visual Literacy Program.

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    Here's something I did for a client a little while ago

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    Thanks for commenting on my sketchbook. Nice updates. I would agree with BludHund to sometimes take your time when doodling. Otherwise keep up the hard work.

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    Istmin52: Thank you my friend

    Here are more VLP figure drawings. I spent 30 mins on each.

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    Some more sketchbook material

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    Nice studies. Really like your self-portrait. Keep up with the doodles and push those poses.

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    Twig: Thank you

    Some more figure studies. 20-30 mins on each.

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    painted figures look look really solid, as far as form. Concentrate on the feet and ankles, though, you're letting them get all wonky.

    sketchbook...a kitten dies every time you don't comment

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    You got some great figure digi paintings in your SB! I also like the constructive figure I to V-drawings! Keep on posting!

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