Your paintings are really nice! You should focus on perspective and structure to strenghten you drawings. Keep it up!
@ inspectorsokar; thanks
@ fantasyartist; I guess I know perspective, but I don't focus on it much.. Will put more emphasis on structure too. Thanks.
So the previous posts were my sketchbook from a few weeks back (exept the painting post), but the new images are all sketches from the last couple of days. So here we go!
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sketch for school assignment, for the city of Utrecht
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Amsterdam Central Station, waiting for the night train..
Last edited by NoŽ; September 11th, 2010 at 12:51 PM.
I am looking forward for more reference pictures. Hard to find spraycan girls posing in front of a (legal ?) wall during working on their artwork.
(most of them don't want to show their face on a photograph in front of a wall) ;-)
I kudos you for doing majority of your studies in pen/ink. Your sketches are awesome and very stylized!! Can't wait to see more. Please post more
"Passion. Persistence. Perseverance."
@ soros; Hi! I'll ask someone to take some pictures of me, when I go spraying again. The wall is a legal one yes.
@ Mush Pon; Aw thanks! I try to update a few times a week. The pen and ink really helped me I think, even when I do graphite drawings I hardly erase anymore.
Update: personal sketches and really quick stuff for image sequence (comic drawing)
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You have a wicked style! I love seeing originality come forth in every piece of work like that. I'm definitely going to watch your updates. Your inks are great, IMO, I would love to work more with inks (i have a huge erasing problem)! Okay, will check back later. Keep drawing!
lol een ezel op wielen.. hoe leip.!. leuk handschrift heb je btw.
i really like the horse studys in some previous posts. keep it up. kinda like the text u put in ur text book sketches. makes mit more lively for me.
keep posting.. groeten rob.
@ Abnormally; Hi! Thank you for the compliments , I use the pentel ink brushes for ink sketches, really nice to work with.
@ towy; thanks!
@ oma; hey! Our easels at school all have wheels.. Don't yours? Will reply in your book someday, but I'm kinda busy . I probably don't have the time to make this update, but I'm doing it anyway I liked doing those structure studies of the horse as well, unfortunately there's not much time for those kind of studies, since I'm not able to use those for school.
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left: A3 size homework, right: 70x100cm size painting from class
Big graffiti and paint combo thing, just trying stuff out, still working on it.
it's about 3 meters x 1,5 meters
one sketchbook page
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I'm going to recreate one of these "sculptures" for a school assignment. (kinda like this, but a different one), I made the body and now I have to make the head, put them together, coat them in resin and throw sand agains it
Last edited by NoŽ; September 16th, 2010 at 04:52 PM.
And here's an update with mostly stuff that I still had to scan and photograph.
homework for image sequence (comic drawing) I think I should have paid more attention to my lines.
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also for illustration, I'm doing something with writers from Utrecht.
a better picture of the Juan MuŮoz project.
Last edited by NoŽ; September 18th, 2010 at 02:08 AM.
Great to see that you're using different mediums! These sculptures reminded me of an art exhibition I saw in Germany: Aneta Grzeszykowska. Searched her figures online and found the old exhibition catalogue: http://www.hdkv.de/media/mgz/2010/HD...ykowska_10.pdf
Keep on using different mediums!