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    Still Life of Marble Eggs, Mask and Books upon a Towel.



    Finished! god this still life was tiring, not due to it being uninteresting, just because by the end I was nearly throwing the mask out and doing my best to not get bogged down into detailing the little intricate flowers drawn on it.

    Frankly I had to lighten the mask a bit so people could see more of its inner shape, the blue lighting in my study is horrible for overhead shadows.

    The eggs im proud of, the marble looks like marble! woohoo!

    Anyhow: here we are:


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    Red Riding Hood?

    Heres a portrait, done without reference purely from imagination- I love spending hours on these things. Again not sure if they're helping But I think this is the best yet! Still i'm sure theres a million flaws I haven't spotted.

    Please anyone who sees this, please post any links, good websites you may know of regarding how to handle face structure, i've done several skull studies but I seem to still miss something.

    Cheers

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    Eyes!

    Some eyes, after I realised how badly the eyes are handled on the portrait above. I mean, disregarding the fact that the pupils are all wonky, and the problems with both eyes, I decided to get some studying done on them. Still they elude me though.

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    Value Study, new to this, so working digitally with black and white and grays is a but strange, I think I got it more or less correct.

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    Loomis on Perspective

    Woohoo first time working from Loomis!

    From the book "Successful Drawing"

    I find that perspective is a weird thing, even though i did these studies with ruler and compass, I still find it confusing whether active study, or constant application (through drawing from what you see) will teach me it.

    Also some spheres with lines drawn for ref from Loomis' book on heads.

    Either way, heres a couple, more to come
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    LM

    faces >.> and a study from a screen cap (about 45 mins give or take)
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    Some poses, some faces, and some perspective. Some referenced some not, plus some kind of storm, lady thingy I did as a warm up.
    Last edited by Little-Maiden; April 27th, 2011 at 12:51 AM.

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    faces faces

    First of loomis, 2nd just random from imagination

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    Some practice?

    Meh some random practice

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    You're totally on the right track. I can already see improvements with all your studies. Go go go!
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    "This is a paint and pixel-splattered furnace that forges the swords of artistic mastery. This is a place where swarthy and belligerent dwarves drink turpentine mead, berate their apprentices and slap the trade into their skulls. It's where the anvils are made of graphite, the hammers are as true as rectangular marquee selections and the fires burn with the light of a thousand lensflares." --Jason Rainville

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    NSFW? Some more stuff

    Emm I guess this should be labled as NSFW cause of the 3rd study? : /

    Thanks for the encouragement!

    Some more studies and stuff! hands, propotions, some random porno pic and the last is a piece I've just been playing around with the past couple of days, done completely from imagination without reference, just the occasional check for proportions and stuff.

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    Just a small update

    Warm up painting, photoshop, reference used.

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    Seriously, I dont know why, but so far trying to do lineart is painful, it seems like my head is all over the place when thinking in my sketchbook.

    Either way, heres a portrait of Morena Baccarin (my shes radiant) I feel like everytime I return to a face it just gets more and more flat.

    Anywho, will work on it more hopefully- The second is the ref picture, from when she did Adria in SG1

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    some thumbnails for a study group assignment. Uff talk about imagination block when I started this. 2nd are 4 random poses from some stock pics on DA. between 5-8 mins per pose and last is a 1 hour pose
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    more thumbnails

    Some more thumbs/sketches

    Some more stuff to come today
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