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Just skulls for today...
Hmm...tried to draw a smooshier skull since the last two seemed a bit hard lined, if that makes any sense. I also notice I have trouble keeping track of the teeth. But, drawing the dead is beginning to wear on me.
I don't like horses very much-
1. They have huge teeth.
2. Giant bodies on toothpick-like legs, and they insist on running majestically, ALL THE TIME. Like a ballerina en pointe, it's beautiful, but still looks painful and dangerous.
3. Nice shoes, amirite?
great start! maybe add some soft brushes to non focus areas. waiting for more!
Thanks. I'll give it a shot on the next one.
Oy, thank you.
Tried messing around in illustrator today. It didn't really end well.
You have a beautiful line quality to your figure drawings, but still lack a little bit of basics in the anatomy evident in your more refined drawings.
The most evident is the arms on the lady in your previous post.
And I'm sure that you are aware this.
Just wanted to say you're doing a fine job.
Indeedo. I know it's not right, but I'm having trouble diagnosing all the problems precisely. I definitely have an issue with getting the proportions down, and I have been trying to think of ways to work through this. I -feel- like I have a lot of the right parts there, but I just don't think that they're being arranged in the right way.
I've got to say that I really love your work. I've subscribed to this thread and can't wait to see more! I'll to give you some proper concrit at another time.
Thanks, I appreciate it!
I have no idea where my camera is, and I'm sort of afraid to find out where it is if I look for it...
Posting some recent computer stuff instead.
Class & Camera, oh! D:
I can't take good photos of this stuff... >.>
Painted this outside today.
A very nice start for a sketch book.
I like the fact that one can see so many different styles at once, figures and animals, and studies, digital and traditional.
Keep up the wonderful work in here, and thank you for sharing