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i was attracted by your thumbs color
i like it, the chinese street too
perhaps you should add more textures
good luck with your nexts
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I'll try working with textures more
Another character :
Hey guys , Some other exercises
Please give me some comments/critiques, I need to progress !
I'm doing different exercises each day of the week.
Here's some silhouettes and morphology :
(Not included in message due to high resolution)
As well as some composition and light studies :
Hey man, most of your works are looking good and especially those environments show big promise. My only critique would be that some of them lack depth and space a bit.
keep it up
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Nice studies mate. Maybe sometimes you mess values a little bit with too much blacks (in my opinion), but in overall - keep'em coming, especially imaginary stuff.
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Thanks a lot for the feedback !
I'll try working with less black and work on depth more.
Some different stuff from this week :
Any feedback is much appreciated !
Have a nice day/ week end everyone!
Last edited by exphrasis; December 30th, 2011 at
Hey man, very nice sketchbook you got here.
Love your work. especially the latest works ( environments and black&white sketches)
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Thank you Mila !
here's a new one, Merry late christmas, and happy new year everyone !
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here's an update, mainly from my sketchbook, and some other thumbnails and what nots
Please give me some feedback !
I'm here to improve my skills. Thanks.
Wow talking about huge improvement! :]
Very inspiring sir
Awesome SB, really awesome
Please tell me how you studied or started studying perspective and scenery, I'm still with human figure but landscapes are my passion, yours are amazing!!
Thanks Mila !
Glad to see all this work is paying a bit.
DabeGarcia, thanks !
I study perspective with simple cubes in perspective in my sketchbook , like the one at the top here > http://img4.imageshack.us/img4/1745/planche4copy.jpg
For scenery it's a mixture of studying from pictures
( like this one : http://fc00.deviantart.net/fs70/f/20...is-d4fzudc.jpg )
, watching a lot of artworks that I like and try to understand why they work so well, and also a lot of thumbnail work, with simple compositions and themes.
I don't really detail them as you can see, it's more to get a general idea.
This way you don't get lost in details and learn how to really lay down the bases and the essential of a landscapes pretty quickly.
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