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I love your brushwork. Comparing your stuff from the beginning of the sketchbook to the more recent studies your strokes have really loosened up a lot and for the better. It really adds a lot more atmosphere and whatnot. Your portrait studies have really improved too, though I'd love to see more actual figure studies like you do with the Sargent portraits!
Nice painterly felling here.
maybe its time for some personal stuff than coping photos ?
awesome studies mang, consider me inspired!!
sb most art copied to page 1
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Satu: Good, I'm glad. Now get to work!
Kojot: Thanks! I really really should but especially during the week where I have about one hour to do artsy stuff studies are just more convinient. and I get to learn new stuff which is always awesome.
Eraiasu: hey thanks! glad you liked em.
Defiled visions: Thanks! Love your work!
Velocity Kendall: AWESOME! thanks!
Iceburn: Lovely stuff! you should definately start your own sketchbook.
Foxboy: HAHA! yes, yes he is. a very long sharp and pointy middle finger.
Study study study...
Love your enviro and screenshot studies! Whole sketchbook is great, keep it up. c:
Visit my sketchbook. c:
Very nice use of textured brushes, your use of them makes your works strong.
Great economy in strokes as well. Damn man you make me feel lazy! Thanks for that.
your sketch and texture is amazing, how you control the economy of the brushstroke? because i'm always tempted to make it soft
Psychobuddy: cool! Keep watching then.
Kevin: Aye aye sir!
Nina-the-Tiny: Thanks! will do.
timo: them sexy brushstrokes. Thanks!
Harmageddon: Get to work you lazy bum!
Matindas: thanks. Honestly I think it's just mostly about trying to figure out what is the most efficient/simplest way to paint something.
that often involves a biggest brush you can get a way with and direction of your brush stroke.
Really trying to confront my troubles with perspective head-on. Hence the armored vehicles. To be hones, I have never been musch of a machine/car person.
That stuff just never interested me, but I feel like I need to draw things where perspective is something you just can't ignore.
thank you for answering my question. as usual, your sketch is great, how long your last scribbling take time?
Great job with this sketch, even though it's simplified, it shows a good knowledge about armor designs and metal and the hinted holes in the mask look really nice! I also like the way you soften edges on some of the portraits and the edge treatment on the foggy mountain studies!
Perspective studies are a welcome deviation from your comfort zones and I hope to see more stuff like the space ship! It could have used a cast shadow and some shading on the windshield to pop out more though.
Smuli: Thankyou. And yeah, perspective stuff is certainly way aways from my comfort zone but I'm doing my best to drag it there. I really just want to get to the point where I don't have to worry about this stuff too much.
Your really good at perspective stuff, is there any perspective drawing exercises you would recomend?
More perspective exercises.
I'm just complete and absolute noob when it comes to drawing machinery.
Last edited by Ville_S; September 29th, 2012 at 06:01 PM.