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Thread: Digital Sketches
October 6th, 2010 #1
Hello, I thought a sketchbook here might help keep me motivated. Comments and critiques will always be welcome.
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October 6th, 2010 #2
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October 6th, 2010 #3
Cool stuff, nice sepia palettes. You might want to take time to sharpen and detail focal points in your images, they are looking too soft overall right now. Keeping your focal points sharper and the rest of the image softer will help your pieces pop more and keep the viewer's eyes where you want em.
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October 6th, 2010 #4
Hey! you have got some cool paintings here. The thing i noticed was that your characters faces seem a little empty for expression in a way. Try to give them more of a personality and the characters will become more alive. That wil help with the focal points that KelsM was talking about.
Keep posting more and study a lot! See you later!
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October 6th, 2010 #5
cool digital paintings, as said before, nice palette, I really like the moodto it. especially like that last painting.
SKETCHBOOK -> http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...=195781&page=9
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October 11th, 2010 #6
Latest sketch. The composition and design are boring, so I think I'll call it done and move on to another. I used Painter 11 and a bit of Photoshop CS5. no ref.
October 11th, 2010 #7
Jonathan C Thanks! I'll try to update as often as I can.
KelsM Thanks for the kind comments and tips!
Eraiasu Thanks! Faces and heads are something I really have to work on.
-D_art- Thanks, I'm glad you like them!
October 11th, 2010 #8
I really like the colors and mood in your paintings.
However i'd like to point out that you have problems with facial proportions and perspective. Persp can get tricky, but it's a must for a succesfull "realist painter".
Stars for this thread, for sure.
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October 11th, 2010 #9
Some traditional sketches. First one is pencil, next is charcoal.
October 15th, 2010 #10
A master study of a J.S.Sargent portrait. I learned alot and think I'll be doing a lot more studies like this.
Icecold - Thanks for the kind words, and your right about the head proportions and perspective. I've neglected them for to long. Time to dig in and study!
October 15th, 2010 #11
Ohh nice study man. Love the colors and blending in all your paintings!
October 20th, 2010 #12
Another Sargent study.
CrazedIvan - Thanks!
October 20th, 2010 #13
October 20th, 2010 #14
I'm diggin where this is going
keep it up man looking forward to seeing more
till next time
sketchbook updated October 6th
October 20th, 2010 #15
October 21st, 2010 #16
cgaddict - Thanks alot! Using color and tone to create mood are something I'm always working at.
OmertA - Thanks for the encouragement!
Beelow - Thanks! I'm enjoying the studies, learning alot too!
October 22nd, 2010 #17
Charcoal sketches on newsprint.
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Your sketchbook needs more love! Those Sargent studies look fantastic and you have good sense of colour and texture. Keep up good work.
My sketchbook Crits and advice highly encouraged!
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October 24th, 2010 #19
Just a few life drawing sketches.
brambor - Thanks!
October 24th, 2010 #20
Yea Sargent studies look great. I should really do some studies of my own. I haven't in a long time. I think you can work on your anatomy some more. Sometimes, your figures seem to be a little off but I can see you starting more figure drawings. Keep up the hard work!
October 24th, 2010 #21
November 4th, 2010 #22
A sketch in Painter and some pencil sketches.
I'm working on anatomy and perspective as was mentioned in an earlier critique. Not much to show yet though. I'll be studying from Hogarth, Bridgman and others.
Any Loomis fans out there will be glad to know that there looks to be a reprint of his most popular book scheduled for release next year.
Liffey - Thanks! and your right about the awkward anatomy. I'll be studying hard to correct it.
November 5th, 2010 #23
Some anatomy studies.
November 5th, 2010 #24
Your color pallet is great! Keep up the great work.
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November 18th, 2010 #25
A few sketches all from memory using gesture and some constructive techniques.
Cameronator - Thanks!
November 19th, 2010 #26
Nice colors and line, but what i like the most is dark and mysterious mood in your works... Looking for more
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November 25th, 2010 #27
Ros1 - The "dark and mysterious mood" comment made my day! Thanks!
Here are a few more studies and exercises. Sketches on the first page were done with ref from characterdesigns.com. The other page was done from imagination. Thanks for dropping by!
November 25th, 2010 #28
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November 25th, 2010 #29
nice progress! i was gonna say watch your proportions, but that's exactly what you're already doing
also you seem to light your subjects very smoothly and evenly, it sort of looks like all the materials are the same, and on an overcast day. have a go at some shiny/matte stuff with a strong light source!
that last pic you posted - the red one with no ref... yowsa i'll be that good someday if i'm lucky!
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November 25th, 2010 #30
Lal - Thanks!
NeonDuck - Thanks for the comments. An earlier poster had mentioned proportions and perspective so I've been working on it. I'm happy that you can see an improvement. Also, your right about the materials. Something else for the "ToDo" list.
Since the name of this thread is "Digital Sketches" I figure I had better post a digital sketch now and then instead of all the traditional work.