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September 16th, 2010 #14
Look better !, step by step you win be an good artist
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September 16th, 2010 #15
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September 19th, 2010 #17
Started to study Kevin Chen sketches. They are sooo superhelpful!
And immediately tried to apply the new skills on some heads from imagination or photos. Still need to practise.
Also tried to fix one of my previous movie stills, but probably would be easier to start from the beginning than fix it.
Last edited by vanaga; September 20th, 2010 at 10:30 AM.
September 21st, 2010 #18
Hey. nice studies, I really like the last one, it's shaping up real nice!
And try to do more imagination stuff, you should remember the 2:1 ration yourself
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September 22nd, 2010 #19
great stuff go ahead
good luck for future
Last edited by qlotzan; September 24th, 2010 at 06:52 PM.QLOTZAN
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September 23rd, 2010 #20
fernandoart, thanks for comment. Yeah, usually this ratio is to limit imagination stuff and do more studies. But for me it's opposite, I hate to draw from imagination so much, because they are so wrong, like a childs drawing. But you are right I should do them more!
qlotzan, thanks I'll peek in your sb also
Wasn't drawing much during these days:
- loomis arm studies
- some poop from imagination
- tried the B&W study again, but failed mainly because don't know anything about back anatomy
September 24th, 2010 #21
Nice sketches man. I think I'm gonna drop by from time to time
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September 24th, 2010 #22
you have a nice control with anatomy
keep it up
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September 28th, 2010 #23
Cool to see MORE hard work.
I saw in your profile that you work in 3d printing and product design. Can you post some images of the things you do there?
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September 29th, 2010 #24
diCharge, you're very welcome to drop by from time to time. You got great sketches yourself
qlotzan, thanks for stopping by, again
jigje, thanks! Specially for you here is some 3d parts we have created. Nothing fancy, just a poops from clients :
Did some kchen and loomis heads again. I can feel how knowledge settles in my head And as you can see, drawing woman is ridiculous
Tried posemaniacs for first time, 30 and 90 sec. Damn, they are so superhard
Also a quick life study of my dog.
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try drawing more from real life,
your understanding of colour seems very primitive
try to balance warm tones with cool tones, (ex:// in skin, the colour gets deeper and redder towards shadows, shadows can be cool colours to make the subject pop, light bouncing around, etc)
vary the hues you use, not just sticking to monochromatic schemes
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September 29th, 2010 #26
Really nice studies you've got here. Keep practicing the color studies.
I would suggest you take extra effort to get the proportions of the head right. You might have to start off with measuring it in the beginning, and might feel tedious. But soon it will be natural.
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