Haha awesome werks brother an ismo is whats up never stop doing them well as a suggestion of course but share them too if im coreccet art is study an observation haha you rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrooooooooooccccccccccccckkkkkkkkkk kkkkkkkk brother xd
Not a bad start, mate. I enjoy the environments and many of the concepts. I'd love to see more studies though. I have problems with figures myself, so I'm not trying to be facetious when I say you really need to do studies along side your imaginative works. Your concepts will have so much more strength behind them with that little extra understanding.
Anyways, good work so far, hope to see more soon. (and more studies? )
Todays stuff, im so tired nite shift last nite was way to long. . .
taken sketchbook fotos from me crappy camera fone . . . .
I did a study of a women on the train and then she looked at me from five rows infront/away and i held up the drawing pad to show her and she gave me this look as if i just tried to rape her mom!!! I FELT SHIT, but a beautiful piece of art non the less. ( last picture on image below.)_
Glad you started posting more studies. There's proportions issues (for example the head-torso relationship), but you'll overcome those by just drawing and observing more. Of course it doesn't hurt to reference Loomis and other figure drawing books to learn faster.
Here's an exerpt from Loomis' Figure Drawing For All It's Worth.
Originally Posted by AdrianNagorski
I did a study of a women on the train and then she looked at me from five rows infront/away and i held up the drawing pad to show her and she gave me this look as if i just tried to rape her mom!
Ouch. I've never dared to show my stuff to the people I draw, so I think what you did was pretty ballsy actually.
Have you seen this excellent post by Dpaint about life drawing?
I did a study of a women on the train and then she looked at me from five rows infront/away and i held up the drawing pad to show her and she gave me this look as if i just tried to rape her mom!!!
Hahaha. Well, most people don't react too nicely to being drawn without their permission, I've noticed. The best is when they're in a situation when it would be socially unacceptable to call attention to it, like a classroom. Then they have to sit there and stew in discomfort.
Stick to drawing pictures of your friends, if you want to show your subject your work. Otherwise, keep secretly stealing people's souls from a distance.
You have some great ideas in your thread, indicative of a good imagination!
My advice to you would practice on doing more life drawings. Try to spend an hour or 2 every few days just drawing forms- animals, humans, environments, etc.
Then once you feel pretty comfortable with forms move on to values. Lighting direction and all that jazz. Studying real life stuff always will help you on your future art!
Cool dude... looks like you're really going here with a lot of passion and drive.
One thing that might help a bit is trying to visualize 3D shapes that make up bigger shapes. The torso has a pretty particular shape for most men, and women... basically the rib cage. Your mind knows instantly when the shape looks right.
So what I would do is practice those shapes from Loomis or Bammes and get them pixel perfect. Then, when they're pixel perfect, turn, rotate, and play with them yourself--both with pencil and in your mind.
This is what I'm tackling this week too, so you know, I'm going to practice what I preach
I think this would help quite a bit in making your proportions better.