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April 19th, 2012 #1
Libor's kickin own balls
Well Im starting a new sb in a hope of continuing honing my skills... must pray for this
....been here several years before, got rusty not learning drawing/painting for a loooong time!
Here are some of my doodles.
sketch based on friends Alchemy doodle
another based on friends doodle
Harkonen portrait sketch
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Your figurative drawings are very interesting. But I really love how you're able to build up from the abstract on the last post there. Nice work, bud.
Oh, forgot to mention that I love the first post with the robot looming over that guy. I'd like to see that developed into a finished piece with the lighting just as powerful, it'd be a very dramatic piece.
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June 5th, 2012 #6
thanks! Yep, I love abstraction and improvisation...so much fun!!
..but I should do some excercises too!
here is another fun stuff from imagination (hope I will finnish it also - which Im pretty bad at ..in terms of laziness)
I had troubles with Painter brushes and their feeling...struggling so much (brush shape and blending technique using oil brushes) ...in the end I used pknives a lot for smoothing it out
June 9th, 2012 #7
June 12th, 2012 #8
still exploring GoodBrushes for PS... and yeah, they rock (thinking of not going outside of the PS to Painter etc...so good feelin)
just some fun stuff without ref.
some kind of forest scene (I should use some ref but didnt and it shows! - weak values and forms) I was also so thrilled to detail too soon so the composition is not right
but was fun anyway
I observed the dusk color pallete on google pics and incorporate the observations to this doodle
first few mins sketch
and final speed painting (also tuned levels a bit in PS when finnished)
June 14th, 2012 #9
Great cityscapes. As for your trouble in painter, i think you are doing quite well. just make sure to control your edges- softening up areas that need to be soft and sharpening those that need sharpened. Great stuff though. Love the bleak landscape with the grey skyFollow me on tumblr : http://jonguinn.tumblr.com/
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June 18th, 2012 #10
well from time im playing with ProBrushes in PS im in love with PS
made some reffed studies (starting with simplest ones)...
starting to feel better with those custom PS brushes
trying to pick up the right colors directly (not using greyscale sketching > color)
June 18th, 2012 #11
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