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February 1st, 2014 #313
fabulous December post- those cars are sweet!
Some really delicious perspective there- yeah!!
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Thanks guys that's great to hear!
My year out to study was delayed by a month or so but its on its way now!!!!
I am easing myself in with something comfortable with Prokos preium figure drawing course. Its superb and I highly recommend it. Despite this my year really really really needs to be dominated by ACCURATE STILL LIVES, PROPER MASTER STUDIES,EVERYTHING IN SCOTT ROBERTSONS BOOK, FINALLY GOING OUT TO MUSEUMS AND DRAWING EVERYTHING! Also tried to nail Steve Huston's lay-in since I really like it and find it nice to work with as opposed to the others I have tried like Loomis.
As I said though easing myself in since still lives still instill that instant dread like going to the dentist.
February 13th, 2014 #315
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Amazing work, you are certainly dedicated. The Proko stuff is gorgeous. Maybe I need to bite the bullet and go premium!
February 26th, 2014 #317
pindurski: Thanks! Im not sure you would say that if you saw me draw! It might be because everything is drawn big and then scaled way down.
fatman274: I definitely recommend it, I am loving it so far.
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March 24th, 2014 #318
So I bought a Cintiq Companion. To say I am super happy with it would be an understatement!! Had it for a week and haven't touched my cintiq 21 or intuos or samsung tablet pc since. Its changed everything!
Anyway here are some studies studies studies!! Going to re do that still live man did that go wrong. The lady is a 3D scan I lit myself in a 3D package and then painted a study of.
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April 10th, 2014 #322
Never spent this long on a piece. My first proper full colour study! Marking the end of mainly studys to mainly my own stuff now This is with Apologies once again to the amaizng Frank Frazetta.
April 10th, 2014 #323
April 14th, 2014 #324
Thanks pindurski! Don't forget it even takes some skill and experience to even know your happy accident is something good and not to be painted over!
Finally taking the plunge head first into doing actual work from my imagination. Its rather scary! Here are some thumbs to begin with. The theme is giant venus fly traps.
I am doing a fantastic and cheap course with Jonas De Ro here http://www.skillshare.com/classes/de...pes/1257894194
In three weeks time I will be starting Design Principals and Environment Sketching (IMAGINATION STUFF!) at CGMA
April 19th, 2014 #325
Hey Whirly, thanks for stopping by my SB! Your figure studies are coming along nicely and I can see improvement in your proportions and line quality. It's also nice to see such a focus on constructive/analytical anatomy.
I must echo back to a critique on page 10 however, and I would sincerely urge you to spend at least some time drawing the figure from imagination even if it simple a nude or lightly clothed character. It's something I had/have a particularly bad habit of not doing but it will help you a lot to drop the reference once and a while. You'll develop a more refined and personal process for the figure and without reference you'll be more aware of your problem areas with the figure. Applying my studies is something I wish I had done more of.
Anyways, great sketchbook and keep up the hard work, it'll pay off.