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Got some moarrrr studies
- Crimson Daggers, practicing the same figures as Dave.
- Studys of KChen figures in between
- And to improve my feelings with tablet, started to draw figures digitally. And will do it until I feel comfortable with this infernal machine.
YAY! 2nd page!
Well done vanaga. This is just an encouragement post. You're obviously doing heaps of studies and that will only result in success. Keep it up.
yes better! Must be all the studies! Love it man, post post post!
Ohh, guys you are giving such a boost with motivation, was already tired of those studies. Didn't expected that someone will like my miserable sketches. Huge thanks, guys! Going to check your SB's also.
This time slowly getting used to tablet:
- Got more than 2000 figure refs, so started to do those. Here is first 8. Yeah, I'm slowwww.
- And life drawing of my boxer dog sleeping.
- Again KChen figures
Last edited by vanaga; November 3rd, 2010 at 02:16 AM.
haha that little dog is very cute - nice work. Also great that you've started on doing some of those 2000 figures - it will definitely pay off in the long-term.
Keep on posting and I'll be back to check out your artwork as it develops!
Anatomy and life studies are
vital for our survival.
You do not have to do
the posemaniacs poses on a time
limit. It is pure bull*hit.
That is especially no good for
Take one pose and
draw as long as you feel you
Feel some cosiness while you are drawing the
Then when your mind registered its
curvatures and remembered some of the
figure movement and anatomy rules, then
you should proceed to the next one.
First do some basic studies,
and leave the more complicated
stuff for later on.
Life is long, so there is absolutely
no need getting tired in the first round.
great start to a sketchbook you have here. you are obviously putting in the hard work and its paying off!
Nice value work digitally but I'd suggest also working on some value studies and practice graphite/pencil too. Using a pencil really helps you think about the values you lay down (something I am trying to work on more myself).
Keep it up!
Long time no posting. Must kick myself to draw more.
ThomasM: Thanks for stopping by. Got a huge inspiration from your SB
LtPlissken: That's exactly what I was thinking about doing those posemaniacs Felt the need to work on the figure as long as I want. For hours not seconds! That's why I started 2000 figures from refs.
Long time have passed, but got done only these little poops, sorry
- doodles on the page sides during seminars (sorry for quality)
- 1st serious still life (2 h)
- got a new SB, super small one.
- and a quick KChen studies of this evening
So many studies. This SB makes me ashamed of my laziness.
Note to self: Be less lazy. Less shame that way.
Bring out your crits, asspats, and assorted comments
I got me a sketchbook...
Slow, yet hopefully steady, improvement. This way
Hey vagina! You seem to be naturally good at painting and drawing, you lucky bastard I have to work my ass off and u do it with ease! OR you've been taught some really good stuff anyway thanks for coming by and hope to see more updates.
"Success is going from failure to failure without a loss of enthusiasum." Cliff Blezenski
Look! you had 2nd page, so hardworking, and your drawings're better
... start to learn ...
#45 looks nice, and the real objects study.
Perspective for ur drawing progress. Haha.
Have wonderful new year!
HEy good for you doing studies right off the bat. I think your still life work is improving drastically. I also like your expressiveness in line. It could be more expressive, but everything just takes more practice. So keep up the motivation!
Behind every great master is a great student...
Imagination is more important than knowledge- Albert Einstein...
NEW SKETCHBOOK -- http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...40#post3743640
OLD SKETCHBOOK: http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...25#post2543225
great studies, makes me want to go more in depth..keep it up
My sketchbook Comments & Crits always welcome!
Huh, even more blurry. I tried so many adjustments in Photoshop, nothing worked.
Must get scanner asap
Last edited by vanaga; July 25th, 2011 at 03:55 PM.
Was walking around in a fair and came across these great paintings.
Now I really want to try my hand in painting world
Last edited by vanaga; July 25th, 2011 at 04:05 PM.
Back to figures.
Feeling very rusty
Liking your progression and studies - keep it up
Was drawing all day today. Even when chilling at the beach.
Huh, must resize the previous pictures, they are huge.
Sorry for that. Hard to hit the correct size on a hi-res screen.
- Daily figures
- 2 or 3? h value study
- sketches from beach [should make a habit to take my little sb everywhere]
- KChen studies of the head. <-Found that his method + Loomis method works best for me.
Last edited by vanaga; July 27th, 2011 at 03:03 PM.