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I know what thats like. I used to spend all my time playing skyrim too, but then I took an arrow to the knee.
...and I like your use of colour in your self portrait, It looks super cool.
April 4th, 2012 #6
@stgodd- oh, you XD
and thank you
My ma laughed so hard when she saw me sketching this. At least I made her day, right? I don't blame her. The way he's slumped over that horse is comical. I used warm colors for a grim subject- bad idea lol. And I don't know how to vary values with watercolors when using the same color :/
pretty much symbolism of Miike Snow's song "A Horse is not a Home"
April 4th, 2012 #7
Really nice effort going in here. Just keep it coming.
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April 6th, 2012 #9
Thanks for commenting on my sketchbook.
I would just suggest you to pick up some anatomy books and study them.
Beside of that try to do some still lifes.
Definitely take your time to get the proportions of the still life right.
Right now you need to observe a lot to get better.
April 6th, 2012 #10
PUPPIES!!!! I really love your use of colours. Your style is super interesting to look! I'm particularly fond of your self-portrait because the lines are loose but it works really well. That, and the colours in it are fantastic =D I agree with the previous poster that your anatomy stuff can use some work, but you'll get there soon enough if you're practicing at the rate of which you're posting =) I'll be checking up on you!
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same with the comments above me, you should really work on your anatomy. it is going to be the basis of everything. like the skeleton that holds everything together.
you have a great sense of color though. glad to see other freshmans here too. c:
Elks are orange
Elks can fly
April 6th, 2012 #12
Thanks guys, I need to pounce on some Andrew Loomis studies again. I kinda abandoned that, whoops XD
I suppose I should not be too meticulous. It seems that whenever I approach a drawing with a carefree mindset, everything just works out nicely, like the self portrait. Yeah, I should do that more often!
Anyways, trying to get back into digital painting. I like the top half of the apple, but the bottom half just blew my mind, so I'm like, BAH, FORGET IT So many mid-tones, man o.o
April 7th, 2012 #13