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May 29th, 2011 #27
ziemlich gut - du kriegst die Proportionen bei deinen Figuren klasse hin.
Hm - schade, dass ich mit 16 nicht schon so gut war und damals nicht intensiver gezeichnet hab
Keep up the good studies!!
My Sketchbook - Please take a look
Hide this ad by registering as a memberJune 5th, 2011 #28
@Snyder: Vielen Dank . Ja dranbleiben ist wirklich ne Herausforderung, aber das werde ich auf jeden Fall versuchen zu meistern
-- Life obliges me to do something, so I paint.. --
*Sigh* I love quotations about art..
Whatever,.. this time I have a - ...well how to say? - a present! Yes, that's the right word for it... I have a present for you, my dear supporters.- KIRIBAN TIME (A Kiriban for my blog)
I just thought it was about time making a new, painted Kiriban
And finally, as always, some anatomy/proportions/pose studies
June 13th, 2011 #29
I always wanted to create such a improvement meme by my own ... now I did
There you can see my artistic improvement from 2003 till this year 2011. Of course, 2011 isn't over yet, but I couldn't wait to post it, haha :'D
Some face exercises. I tried to paint different types. Very difficult for me --"
I hope u like it .
Please, don't hesitate to comment!
June 13th, 2011 #30
THis is some great stuff,keep me posted on ure progress
Caribbean 3d Junkie..respect to God
He in one blood he and Eye
June 13th, 2011 #31
Wow the study of the mp3 was amazing! I seriously thought it was a photograph.
July 10th, 2011 #32
@AbsorbenGhost: Thank you
@Frostelle: Haha, oh yeah, really? ^^ Thanks
Here we go again
Due to the holidays, which I have right now, I'm able to draw more often. This study of Megatron from Transformers (one of my favorite decepticons) took 6 hours and it was very difficult, because of all the little details.
July 10th, 2011 #33
you are defenitely more mature in the painting department.
i would like to suggest spending some hardcore time focusing on contour drawing. i think this will help with your ability to sight-size proportions faster and easier in your studies and drawings.
i think it could be helpful to limit your mark making and focus on economy.
that last painting is bad ass and reads very well
July 22nd, 2011 #34
@Aryeh: Thank you very much for your long feedback! Oh my dear, this tip is great!! O..O. I will keep it on my mind and next week I'm going to start a contour-drawing-marathon !! ^^
(WIP --> http://sandra-xd.deviantart.com/art/...sion-243657689
It was a commission and it took me 6 hours.
Does anyone has some tips to paint semi-realistic hair? ö..ö
yeah I know... I still have to practise anatomy/proportions lol
July 23rd, 2011 #35
In the summertime..
That's the title of the painting, on which I worked on the last 3 days (24 hours totally xx").
Done with Photoshop CS5 and my Wacom Intuos 4L.
The title is named after the homonymous song from Mungo Jerry .
In the summertime when the weather is high
you can stretch right out and touch the sky
when the weather's fine you got women you got women on your mind
have a drink have a drive go out and see what you can find....
The picture itself was painted for a special competition with the topic "bathing fun".
I hope u like it
July 25th, 2011 #36
August 6th, 2011 #37
This time, I want to show you some drawings/sketches from the course "Sommerakademie Chemnitz", at which I participated.
Excuse me for the bad quality, but I had to photograph it because of its big size (all drawings were drawn on DIN A3 and DIN A2!)
All in all, I highly recommend such courses. You can learn sooo damn much - it's fantastic, really!
Furthermore, here are some other sketches from the last days:
August 15th, 2011 #38
August 15th, 2011 #39