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Thread: Sketch works
January 26th, 2012 #1
I'll try to update this thing as much as possible! You'll see some of my anatomy studies, as well as drawings that I do while sitting in front of statues at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC. I also like to get loose and draw random shit strictly from the imagination. Enjoy
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Some anatomical studies
Here are a few studies. The blue sculpture looking ones are direct observation while sitting down at the Metropolitan Museum to draw.
January 26th, 2012 #3
Not to bad so far - I love the owl guy in the 4th image, so funny.
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January 31st, 2012 #5
speed paint 1 hour 20 min
Practicing still-lives from observation. I set up a pot and some of my oil paints together on my computer stand and my goal is to do these speed paints of various surface textures as fast as I can and not worry about detail. My theory is that if I can master that, then when it comes to a concept painting, I'll nail the majority of it in the first 2 hours.
February 2nd, 2012 #6
February 6th, 2012 #7
Metropolitan drawing trip 2/4
Trip to the metropolitan museum today, got to finish 2 sculpture study sketches in about 6 hours! One in my sketchbook with graphite, the other on a blue charcoal pad with white highlights in conte
February 11th, 2012 #8
an alien armor im working on. trying to come up with some elongated anatomy but still very humanoid. something that bugs me about these alien movies that come out is that the aliens are smart enough to come to our planet and abduct us with advanced technology and completely obliterate our defenses, yet they growl and look like demons. shouldn't they look more evolved than us rather than primitive?
March 1st, 2012 #9
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March 2nd, 2012 #11
Excellent imagination and the technical skills to back it up. I'm looking forward to seeing more
March 6th, 2012 #12
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March 24th, 2012 #15
here's a couple new ones: I have a concept drawing, more skull studies from observation using the tablet, studies from sculptures at the metropolitan that stood in front of, and a random imagination drawing of a horned man.
March 28th, 2012 #16
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August 25th, 2012 #18
awesome awesome and again awesome your pencilwork is just great and i love the characters
August 26th, 2012 #19
reaaallly neat pencil sketches man
im so jels of your skills
Charlie R. Faerber
November 25th, 2012 #20
A creature I drew on the plane ride to California
A creature I drew on the way back to Jersey
This is a master study I did, based on one of the characters in Rubens' drawing after Leonardo
A pen drawing while waiting for the doctor in the waiting room.
A study of a plaster skull and glass I have in my studio on grey paper.
Thank you for looking guys!
December 6th, 2012 #21
OH BOY YOUR INKS AH whoops
i mean, wow i really enjoy your inks. they show a real sense of space and that's really something when it comes to inking.
also your demon-ey/monsters are really fun! keep it up! :>
take a peek at my SKETCHBOOK?
die angenehmen Ungeheuer
January 23rd, 2013 #22
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February 1st, 2013 #26
You have some really nice mood going on in your recent work.
I reckon you could give that last guy some nice depth if you added some subsurface scattering to his ear and those bumps on the side of his head. I imagine him having fairly translucent looking skin so it might work well. Also some of the backlighting should be hitting the back of his jaw. At the moment it looks like his head gets a lot narrower towards the bottom.
February 1st, 2013 #27
You have a really good eye for light - particularly your last few posts. The Reubens / Da Vinci study is very tight - well done!
February 1st, 2013 #28
Oh man everything here is just pure NOMNOMNOM. Let me present you with a gif:
Your pencil and imaginative skills are MAD. Too bad I don't live close to the Metropolitan Museum of Art because otherwise I would do sculpture studies a lot more often. You have my attention for sure.
"All artists are prepared to suffer for their work, but why are so few prepared to learn to draw?"
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