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April 22nd, 2012 #196
Jondawo: Thank you! You don't sound harsh at all - the advice is all very much appreciated!!
Silwynar: Thanks so much Yeah - it's something that I didn't notice until I uploaded the study! Definitely something I'll pay attention to in future studies!
TFsean: Thanks! Again - will definitely be paying more attention to edges in future pieces, it sounds terrible but it's not really something that ever actually occurred to me to look out for, so it's great that it's been brought to my attention
Just a couple of studies from the moleskine, been a little slack recently, being distracted by highly unproductive things (like trophies on the PS3)!
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Art Nouveau style piece I've made today from scratch to accompany a short story written by my bf - first time I've tried anything like this style - so it's a learning experience if nothing else! Quite pleased with the general look of it I think, might delve more into the style
April 24th, 2012 #198Registered User
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I really like that Nouveau painting. Kudos for that.
Nice sketchbook overall. I see you're doing a lot of photo studies, which can be good, but I think it would help (and I don't know if anyone has mentioned this yet) if you added life drawings and made them a big priority, with photographs only supplementing the studies.
Other than that, you're doing good. Keep it up!
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April 28th, 2012 #199
bish0p: Thanks a lot! It's a style I plan on really exploring
Yeah, at the moment I only really have access to working with photo studies - in terms of drawing a life model as part of a life drawing class, (Although I do plan on looking into taking another life drawing course in the near(ish) future) - I should probably do more studies generally from life though - strangers in the coffee shop etc!
Thanks again for the comment!
I've been away from home (and my computer) a few days and just been doodling in my moleskine, so just a couple of pages from that to upload -- nothing too exciting but bits and pieces that I feel I'm slowly improving on!
April 29th, 2012 #200
Yesss, keep it up. Love the art nouveau piece. Really clean.
May 3rd, 2012 #201
I have some more Moleskines and a watercolour piece too, but one of my parents has stolen my scanner temporarily, so they shall have to wait to be uploaded!
A couple of digital pieces from today; a piece inspired by the game 'Journey' (fairly speedy paint) and a piece from imagination (definitely not speedily painted ^_^; ) (with a reference used for the body/adapted slightly - I know her front arm is slightly too short!)
May 7th, 2012 #202
May 7th, 2012 #203
Good sketches - You`re also a posemaniac ;-)
Your WIP seems queite good. Do you usually use lineart or do you also paint without relying on lines but shapes or blocks? ...please excuse the bad english, teutonickrautenglish oO?
keep it up
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May 12th, 2012 #204
Hi, Klaustrophil! and thank you!
I haven't used posemaniacs in ages, actually! I use sites like pixelovely, Artsy Poses and Drawing Script mostly! I tend to go with whatever feels right for the piece, usually it's lineart first but occasionally I just prefer to splodge colour down and go from there - I don't really have a set method - maybe that's where I'm going wrong! :p
Ok, few more pieces to add here, mostly just playing around with different things and an environment study.
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