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    some live paintings

    the skull is of a young dog, it's mighty complicated to draw skulls, but you can't always stick with orbs, can you...



    (the same apple)

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    Paprika
    pro: no texture, no colour variation, simple shape
    contra: first on my display, now in my stomach, yum, but can't draw it again



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    EDIT damn triple posting with some scanned sketchbook pages:










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    First time ever I drew a reflection
    need to concentrate on surfaces more...

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    Yeah some good stuff here girl! =) Mm see you scratched out the feeties there, mmmaybe a sign for breaking them down into wittle shapies.. =) Keep up the good work, have fun! =)

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    thanks wizzi!

    Here's a speed I did today. no mojo to scan my crappy live drawings.
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    And some photo textures. You can use them free. Make brushes of them or whatever.
    rust-textures-zeitwolf.zip

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    Hey it's looking cool Zeity! =) Mmm, hope you don't mind.. did a quick paint over.. mm.. tried to add more interest, thought it was a fun idea.. =) Imho the hair was maybe too busy.. hope you like.. =)

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    Kungfoowiz: glad you were having fun...

    I went to my very first life-drawing neckid chick session. And run out of paper, didn't exspect so many poses.
    Problems are always the same: proportions, too focussed on outlines, run out of space, feet and hands...
















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    A little figure sketch from imagination while listening to Placebo retrospective on my favourite station.

    I think I'm getting better at torsos. Now I need to improve extremities.



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    You're doing some pretty neat things with concepts and bodies, though I think you might find it rewarding to do some formal studies of the head. I know your heads are stylized (mine are as well, though not in the same way), but I think understanding the planes and proportions of the head will really kick your work up a notch. Good luck!

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    emperor boy, I hope you didn't refer to the head in my last sketch XD
    thanks for the tip! I often think somethings wrong with my heads, but can't quite grasp what it is...

    mostly the proportions are fucked up. Like in this photostudy I did with gouache today. Just to try out gouache...



    and have some shocking, not-quite-conceptart-y, shojo:
    ZOMG!

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    two more illustrative watercolours





    a gouache and an ink pic about teeth


    inking practise with pen nib and dip ink (yay for three-letter words)


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    You doing good range of work as always.

    For life drawings, may I suggest something, for your next session, look at your paper as well, look at the drawing you are making, as you are making it. Imho I wouldn't get too caught up in copying the exact contour. Look at what you're seeing, form an exact idea of the shape you want to draw, and then draw that on the paper imho.. To make things easier for yourself, at least initially, you could maybe start with just a torso or a leg or something, and copy that. Hope that helps and I don't sound like an ass =)

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    you to'ally sound like ass, wizzy XD prrrt
    thanks for the tips

    Here are some more live drawings from March, mostly stilllife, still can't decide on the right tools...






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    Hi there!

    Apart from great work, my favourite things to see in sketchbooks are commitment and progress and you really have both right here, on these two pages (two extremely heavy pages, may I add!). Would be nice to see you pushing those values more whether in digital or pencil, etc. For example, figure on post 41 is gorgeous, but making it pop out more would really help.

    Also, the still lives are very nice and full of stuff - but where is the focus? As practice, you can either give them overall tone, or, as a fun thing to do, just pick out one object (bottle or something) and really work into it, leaving everything else as it is. That will really show you the power of tone and shade.

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    Live drawings, hahah, that's cuul! =) Just one or two where you could've closed the shapes a bit. Keep up the guud work =)

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    thanks for the support in my sketchbook!
    I really like your effort in here, especially the confidence in your colors in that gouache portrait. I know too well how fickle that medium can get if you second guess your choices. x_x
    those life sketches look good too!
    out of the two skull drawings, i like the smaller one more. and i think it's because it really feels like it's sitting in space. The second one isn't quite so strong because it looks like you put a higher priority on detail than on the simple forms the skull is comprised of. well, that or it's just you struggling with which medium is best for you, which i can definitely understand. :]
    keep up the hard work!

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    damn, tonnes of experiments and cool ideas, this is great!
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v3...1-03zaehne.jpg
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v3...wolf-cover.jpg
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v3...aktsalon06.jpg


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    ha ha ha exactly right
    i love that feeling though, autechre know how to stimulate it in my brain every time.. whats your hate/love music at the moment?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7b2Wp9wELq8

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    Thanks for the feedback folks!

    @Velocity Kendall: I don't have any hate music. If it's a type of music I don't like I just tune to another channel (on the tv). 99% of the music my fav radio station plays is lovely or at least ok.

    The track I mean in that strip is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A5MJYPioVVg by Susumu Hirasawa - one of the best japanese musicians imho. I hope he keeps making epic music despite the death of Satoshi Kon...
    Last week I listened to every Album Yoko Kanno ever made. I love her, too.
    I'm very open to a lot of musical styles. And I love my radio station. They play a lot of pop in the daytime, but they also have awesome night shows. And awesome guests every day. One of today's guests was Warren Haynes. I remember they had Aloe Blacc yesterday.... ah, sweet music *currently downloading Creedence Clearwater Revival and William Fitzsimmons, listening to Paul Kalkbrenner*

    Hmkay, back to drawing
    I was busy with a themed application portfolio for a local elitist 'outer-space' art university. They won't take me, but I'm pretty proud I made my portfolio. And I'm pretty much done for, now

    Here is a sneak peek of a triptych about "first, second and third teeth"
    neon yellow pencil on dark white paper, all without reference, I like them a lot!




    and some more sketches from March, if I used picture reference I marked it as 'ref'd', everything else from imagination:







    And a James Kochalka (American Elf)/Gerhard (Cerebus)-inspired thing from my autobio comic:


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    After doing almost only traditional the last two weeks here is a digital thing I did today. Trying to make the ice look like ice -_- tips appreciated!


    Painting in Paint Tool Sai can sometimes ruin everything. Luckily I had already saved a copy...



    And two skull studies in pencil *mumbles somthing about hating pencils*



    yes, I'm totally shape addict. I wish I could do these without outlines...

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    There's so much to see! I like it !

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    awesome work congratulations

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    nice sketchbook!lots of good studies and colors as well.i like post 40,41 and especially the colored one on post 44.keep it going.=)

    My sketchbook.

    http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...=203100&page=7


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    nice sketchbook here!

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