massive update you should (just like me.... ) practice line and rendering quality!!!! well, but hard work pays off, and im sure youll fix that soon
Jatherip: Here is a digital portraitjust for you
Well dad went camping and took the camera so can't take any photographs. As well I lost my Intuos 3 Was my fault though see I have been leaveing it in this computer room underneither at the other end of the desk by the wall, and it's been there for a few weeks now hah.
Yesterday I go into the computer room after I came back from figure drawing that night and... the whole room was empty, the tables, computers were all gone and was replaced by someones work desk and a cabinet. FUCKKKKKKKKK!!!!
May get it back but I'm not counting on that.
I'm thinking of buying either a Intuos 4 or a Cintiqu 21x (spelling?) Most likely a Intuous 4, I enjoy not seeing my hand
In the mean time I dug up my old Graphire The portrait looks blurry, blah.
dont rush the portraits anyway....some of the photostudies look a bit messy! i did the same! and i think its a mistake...
keep goin dylan
edit: thanks for the personal portrait btw
Last edited by jatherip; September 21st, 2009 at 02:34 PM.
yay for portrait studies and right, youve gotta keep goin!!! SO LETS GET INTENSE NOW (wait...who said that ?)!
btw, i think the value range in the last portrait is still a bit small....you could actually use nearly black grey and nearly white grey
good to see you working hard anyway, and you were right: i am still lazy. i am not intense
enough and i spend too much time on the internet...whatever....keep practicing
(kinda confusing comment, isnt it? i hope you got what i meant.....my gay mates are annoying me right now.....)
Nice work so far, seem quite busy, I would try push the contrast up (darker darks, lighter lights) it will make your work stand out more I think, keep on posting, your doing great
wohoooo. massive improvement in your self-portraits! keep on working on the values!
portraits are gettin´better, too.! the you hit the features. i think you can draw even darker on the darkest points. however avoid the total darkness!when you have the right values, concentrate on highlights
you´re on the good way.
abnd please please keep doing the self portraits. i think self portraits are one of the most helpful things!
the values on the third one in the last post are awesome. really. the best so far i think!!! bit work on the brushwork and its actually perfect
keep goin dylan.
my comment on herrleerzeichenS sketchbook wasnt pure win or anything. it was the truth!!!!
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