He he youre not wrong! Apart from very occaisional attempt with a mouse Ive never really tried drawing humans before 2011.. I tend to just do machines and architecture at work and sci fi stuff for fun. It was interesting putting the Loomis lesson Id just been working through to change the angle of the head. hopefully by 2012 the people drawings wont be so messy and ill proportioned..
I recently found the work of Vyle and Bumsky, and was totally blown away. By the originality and compisition and understanding o light, as well as a feel for the potential for future tech. Diamondoid as a structural material/hypercomputer type stuff, the spiritual successor to Sir John Burky and Lord Syd Mead. Just amazing. Id love to get good enough to put my own slant on that kind of design.
[eidt] added new work at th front of of the SB, 14/12/13]
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Im finding the wacom dead handy doing day to dayl work. As the plans change repeatedly doing these ultraquick sketches seems to save a lot of time frigging around in CAD.
plus its actually fun not a drag. sweet!
Last edited by Velocity Kendall; January 18th, 2011 at 04:47 AM.
Drawing on scrap paper seems to help concentration for some reason. Its been a long time since I drew things around me from life, childhood pretty much. It feels good to get back into it. Soothing and fun to not care about the result, just practicing. mmmm
Just a few thousand more pages to fill...
Last edited by Velocity Kendall; January 19th, 2011 at 11:46 AM.
Kiwi, jeez I love your figure studies from life. Real class. loose lines but rock solid proportions. lovely faces and hands. Youre doing exactly what I want to be doing. One day!... Thankyou very much for commenting so I could click through and enjoy those sketches.
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