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December 21st, 2010 #1
gingerbreadman eaten ALIVE
My name is Julian Robin Holm and I live in Norway. My older brother Tim (DStraX) told me that I should start posting my work here.
I started this sketch book in 2010 when i was 15,
feel free to leave crits/comments
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some stuff I'm working on
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a good start to be so young,stick to it kid.
Never Attempt the Possible;attempt the impossible and even if you fail,you'll fall among the stars.
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December 29th, 2010 #5
thanks for the comments
December 29th, 2010 #6
Great start. I think you need to work on applying more values. Figure out were you want you light source to be than darken the area were the light wont touch and vise versa. keep up the good work.
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December 31st, 2010 #7
thanks for the tip here is a value study Im working on
January 1st, 2011 #8
very nice!! its a really good idea to do valuestudies.
The chinese signs reminds me of bladerunner
heres some refs if you want them
January 22nd, 2011 #9
thank u for the refs
this is some anatomy studies
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February 3rd, 2011 #10
stillife of hedset trying to do the bounceed light.
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take off the sensitivity on your pen, block in the colors 100%, then turn the sensitivity back on, then begin blending your colors with a softer brush, or hard round depending on your style. make sure you're doing your anatomy studies and perspective studies, really try to understand what you're painting/drawing, and not just copying, but these are looking great for only being 15.
keep it up!!
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February 19th, 2011 #16
Anbefaler å tegne fra noen filmer med spennende lys og kanskje prøve å bruke de fargene(kombinasjonene + kontrastene) i andre ting du finner på selv... eller så kan du matpainte på bilder, gøy og man kan lære mye om farger
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February 28th, 2011 #25
That piece is coming along really well. i can clearly tell whats going on.
one thing you might do is zoom out every once in a while just to be sure you have a solid overall composition and value structure. Things should read accurately from a distance.
ITs good that you stick to round brushes. remember to mix it up between hard and soft because the different types of edges will determine how your forms read. hard edges, soft edges, lost edges.
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dette begyner å se veldig bra ut! fine hodeskalle studier, tipper du lærte noe av dem.
skjorta til han fyren ser bra ut, prøv og bruk litt høyere kontrast. tipper det bare er skjermen din igjenn
du må forresten få ordna penger, så skal vi bestille ny skjerm til deg