Welcome to my sketchbook!
Welcome to my sketchbook!
Last edited by Tarsier; March 24th, 2015 at 05:19 PM.
Nice to see a new sketchbook. I like the movement in the picture, the only thing that bothers me is the back foot seems as if its coming forward in space and should be pushed back a bit more.
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Nice image.. I agree about that back foot though. It looks like it's crossing it's rear legs. Not sure if that was your intention but it looks slightly odd.
The pose of the rider is ever-so-slightly stiff but hey, people in the real world are stiff sometimes... doesn't mean it's incorrect in any way.
I like it, let's see more =)
Here's it finished, and I hope I fixed the leg. And I did another quick drawing. I'll hopefully have some more sketches soon.
wow, the enviro is very impressive , I agree with the others though, the horses back leg still doesn't look right- maybe move the leg in the foreground towards the viewer more instead...
promising start here
Nice new environment! Good tones.
Update. Here's some old and new stuff. An egg study, a castle done with walnut ink, a self portrait in a mirror I just did, a few more studies, and then an oil self portrait I finished last year.
Here's a quick sketch for what could be a painting in the future. I actually want to paint this in oils if I find the time for it.
Here's an update. I haven't done much in the way of concept art lately, but here is day 1 of my senior project.
Beautiful! Those oil pieces are beautiful. The digitals and pen sketches are also seriously good. I like how you’re working with the light in all of your images.
The first image with the horse is awesome! I would love to have it as Christmas present. But I even more want to be able to paint that good myself. Congrats to you!
Keep up the good work!
Here's a project I'm working on with my friend. There are some influences from Feng Zhu's tutorials, as you can probably tell.
love your environments and self portraits! everything looks well polished! wish I could paint like that!
I could learn a thing or two about color theory from you! I'm really loving that egg painting and your portraiture.
Really solid work overall.
Fantastic start to a SB you've got here. Keep up the good work; I look forward to seeing your progress.
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Thanks for the encouragement everyone. Here are some wips I am doing for a project. Hopefully I'll have the finished ones up in a day or two.
Hey man really like your stuff you have great values and colours. The self portrait in oils is super nice. Post more stuff man its great I know its way past christmas but for that horse piece I think its real nice except the horses mouth looks kind of comical and kills the srsns of the piece and thats it
Hi, just stopped to say that I really like your sketchbook. You have a great feeling of colors,
I'll be waiting for more art from you
Hey everyone. I have some updates and none of them are concept art. First, here's an update and a better pic of the still life. And then I have been drawing a portrait of my friend using David Kassan materials. Sorry, the pictures aren't the best. I'm about 8 or 9 hours into the still life and 5 hours into the portrait.
It has been a while. Here is something I did for the box of a board game I created. It's a bit overworked in a few places. Not perfect, but I like it anyway. I might start posting everything else I've been doing if I can find the files.
It's been well over a year. Here is a self portrait I've finished a while back. I'll start sorting my life out in the next week or so and actually post my work.
Oil painting using Zorn palette:
Digital from memory:
Digitally colored illustration
Scene I did in class.
First: 45 minute sketch. I don't know what it is or what's going on. And it lacks reference. Sometimes I just with shapes and then make things up.
Second: An ink and watercolor I've been working on.
Last edited by Tarsier; March 4th, 2015 at 11:59 PM.
I'm learning Corel Painter at the moment. I worked a few hours on trying to accurately replicate oil painting. Here are my first paintings:
Last edited by Tarsier; March 4th, 2015 at 11:58 PM.
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