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October 31st, 2010 #105
Some decent work going on here, for your hands try looking at something like Sycra's, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUbt1l4tBJg, for a while, and then go back to drawing them over and over like you have been doing.
Good luck with your next study.
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November 1st, 2010 #106
Hey! Thanks for the sketchbook-visit! See that you got some work going on all the time which is EVERYTHING to getting better. So keep it up!
What I'd say would take you up a notch is for you to stop using smudge-tool when painting digitally, learn opacity and learn how to sample the colors you want right away. It's a pain in the ass and it takes time. But the finished result is worth the effort!
Favorite so far is your bird-sketches in post #99 I like the ostridge on the top-right corner
Have a good one and keep it up! Cheers
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November 3rd, 2010 #107
Hello. What's up?
I see that you have been real busy lately.
Good thing is that you are doing drawings
on all fields and you use different subjects,
you are not stucked as one sided,that is for
sure, but maybe you are a bit too ambicious.
Do not go into such advanced and complex
studies, as creating some mega-giga, hyper
monster freaks, cause I have the impression
that you lack of basic human anatomy knowledge
and some basic rendering skills. I see that
you are complaining above on not being able
to render that mutant goo shaped stuff on the
ground, well of course you cannot, at least not yet.
It is just not so simple to paint realistic things
like those are. You shold paint some basic referenced
subjects first, like rendering a ball, a rubber,
a plastic, a wooden, metal ball or box.
Learn rendering differnet materials, and maybe the
most important thing for now is, to use references
for your drawings. I am not saying that you should
never let your imagination go wild, but mix in more
referenced variations between those drawings from mind.
Do more life studies, and much other all day, regular
studies. Draw from posemaniacs some figures.
Try to find as much tutorials "out there" as on the
subject of digital painting as on pencil drawing.
Hope that the above suggestions will help you in
your future journey, or at least it will solve just
a small fragment of a giant puzzle in your long and
Take care and keep posting.
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November 3rd, 2010 #108
many thanks to your support and comments guys
i've done some traditional work but my scan doesn't work i'll post them as soon as posible .
new digital painting i still work on it
called '' spaceman and his child''
November 3rd, 2010 #109
i used a hard brush and other costum brushes to do a landscape ( without any blur )
need more but it's just the basic study
November 4th, 2010 #110
November 4th, 2010 #111
thanks bro acually i try to explore a shape in the bright colours then put it in the different tone so don't warry i ask you help when i feel give up
thanks again my friend you are too helpful i wish the best to you
November 6th, 2010 #112
November 6th, 2010 #113
just motor design study in the basic way
November 8th, 2010 #114
hey buddy, you are doing goood work. I would really recommend doing some studies from life, either in pencil or digital paint to really try and get a sense of realistic colour and lighting
good luck with it!
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November 8th, 2010 #115
I really like the effort you are putting into your studies, this piece for example is really fantastic.. http://i986.photobucket.com/albums/a...1/scan0073.jpg
Take a look at some of these Sargent drawings, look at how he does his shading and maybe it will give you some ideas on how to improve.. http://images.google.com/images?hl=e...=&oq=&gs_rfai=
Keep well for now and have fun with your next study.
November 9th, 2010 #116
ya dude its great youre creating art nonstop, but plisken nailed it. When you don't have the information and visual library to back up an image its hard. I find it easier to study with a goal in mind. So do the preliminary work for an image you really want to create, then do some studies to build up to it.
Study study study!
Just have fun.
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November 9th, 2010 #117
ThomasM: Thanks my friend for your comment and i'm still waiting for money to fix my scaner so i keep learn a digital painting but i've many study in traditional way
but again no scaner
kungfoowiz: Thank you for your comment and links i try to improve my study so i keep it up but slowly
Aveh: Thanks mate , I keep doing different study in art to explore my talent.
zetio the monster
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