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May 6th, 2012 #1
MDM Portfolio (Critiques are welcome)
Starting a portfolio thread for myself, I'm hoping to keep it up to date.
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Done on the passing of Davy Jones.
May 6th, 2012 #3
Had a lot of fun doing this one, really like working in black and white...
May 7th, 2012 #4
May 7th, 2012 #5
Thank you! yeah that's Freddie Mercury from Queen.
May 7th, 2012 #6
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May 7th, 2012 #7
Thank you! Yes I have been lucky enough to be a student of Glen Vilppu for anatomy...been at it for awhile like so many other artist that post there work here. An enormous amount of sketching helps the process along as well...
May 9th, 2012 #8
Are you talking about the process of doing caricatures or the process of learning anatomy? Cause if it is the first one i'd really love to see how you work on this things *__*, if it's the second one... well i know something about (omg i feel sick when i look at my sketches, there are at least 2 or 3 forests in those paper there...).
May 9th, 2012 #9
May 9th, 2012 #10
Mmmm, process...anatomy is just a given, helps to understand the caricature more. It's good to know that there is a functioning structure under the skin. Playing with shapes at first while sketching is were I start...usually that's were the development for me starts of the subject. When I see someone or working from an image, I usually start playing around with what hits me first about that subject and then I start rendering the other features. If i have time, I'll sketch and sketch until I'm satisfied, sometimes I'll nail that subject and others I have sweep quietly away into my trash, haha. Over time you tend to build a library in your head and it does get easier the more you work at it. I always try to capture emotion, and I find playing with shapes helps the process and I like the dynamic feel I get from it. Coming to find out exercising your memory, helping yourself to remember images of someones features or just in general helps you to see a painting through. I tend to stare at times and I get that "what the F#@k are you looking at look," haha! This is what has worked for me, I still think I'm a novice at it, I admire the artist around me and learn from them.
May 13th, 2012 #11
May 13th, 2012 #12
Did this awhile back, I believe I was trying out brushes in Photoshop...
May 14th, 2012 #13