nice start to your book. I really like that skull you just did, all the planes and the forms are rendered very nicely. keep going!
those rendered studies are pretty damn nice.. one crit, get rid of the heavy outline around things.. are you treating it sort of like a shaded contour drawing? if so, vary the line wieght so that the lightest and thinnest line is in the light area, instead of vice versa.. after enough enough practice you wont even need that..
really nice rendered drawings ... the profileshot of the woman is my favorite piece!
love the way that tree turned out there.... good stuff, keep them coming...
this is my first go at a still life in oils
here's some el coro inspired paint tubes
Thankyou. put it down on paperlove the way that tree turned out there - jook
Thanks Farinthe profileshot of the woman is my favorite piece! -
Last edited by draw; June 12th, 2004 at 10:20 PM.
Wow dude, I love the way you render stuff!
Especially the arm
YOU SHOULD FINISH THAT PIECE ABOVE! ITS FOXY oh yeah- you look like my neightbor(self portriat) :evilbat:
if a mime was crushed by tree in the woods, would anyone care?
Nice stuff, really like the studies. On the Michaelangelo one though, I don't think he's quite that bulky is he? I don't have a picture of it so I can't be sure. Then again, I guess it takes a little time to work up to the Michaelangelo level huh?
It looks like you have a similar problem to me, my friend. Drawings from life= awesome(in your case) alright (in my case), Drawing of the top of your head= your's ordinary, craptastic in my case. I would recommend using references for your chick, and look at proportions more. But seriously..those hand drawings, the paint tubes and the pear+fag lighter....Shiiiit! You've got some talent there boy!
Your anatomy studies really kicks ass! I also like the still life with the vase! Keep 'em coming! Your showing great potential, man.