Some 1 minute gesture drawings
Focused on contour, lerpa deerp, and failed for da slowness
great sb! maybe focus less on the people in ur film studies and more on the overall image , love the way your gestures are going. were u using charcoal? maybe need harder edges in ur painting. how is sheridan?
@Matt Will trickle in some more in the future
@Care Mm thanks! I know what you mean .3. I get so caught up on the details >....<
I was using conte :s I usually find lil pieces here and there on the ground, so it's highly replenishable 8D
Good idea, I'll try it out And sheridan is okay, the work is mediocre, buts it's all exceptionally time consuming, especially this one course called english o.e'' *flails around*
You doing great on the gestures. The colors and values in your moviestudies are way off you can improve on this by using the colorpicker to check how close u are to the original, dont concentrate too much on the form at first, also u can just make a rough drawing and paint over it.
Definitely going to work on more moviestudies soon :0 It's just so hard to see that color .0. especially when it's a dark value >..<
A random thingy mabob I did today, so unproductive lately and got homework stress >..< One of these days I'm going to have to color my drawings @_@
[Fixed -- Original attached] Movie study done just now, eyes so tired, hand carpal tunnel, but it was well worth it :0
Pirates of the Caribbean on stranger tides, although I didn't completely finish the whole thing. Focused too much on details again OTL
Last edited by Raymond Luk; November 25th, 2012 at 12:50 PM.
nice drawings but try to finish your paintings a bit more like you say yourself you focus on a bit to much details but it's a good start
Every critique helps me to get on step closer towards my dream so feel free to
Here's the start of my 10,000 hour challenge!
[Hours: 4.5] Value study done on clouds, dem tedious things @_@
Lost the point of the exercise today and spent way too much time on it >...< Too much attention to detail .0.
[Hours: 2] Movie study with values, Pirates of the Caribbean OST
Hey! I realized I completely missed over your sketchbook! Shame on me! You are definiately off to a good start. I see you are timing yourself, Maybe I shall join you. Ive started timing my activity anyway but with no goal. There is this great thing called Toggl, that I use to time myself, very useful and free. Those clouds, look delicious! great job seriously! I wish you made a recording because i think it would be interesting to see speed up paint of those clouds. Anyway I hope you keep the updates frequent!
[Hours: 1.5] Some 60 second gestures!
[Hours: 3.5] Movie studies! Need some tips on color matching though, spend so much time trying to match values
Gestures are looking really good, also the values in your movie stills are looking much better, maybe try using a softer brush, but I'm not sure whether thats necessarily good advice haha, keep it up anyways
Thanks Will, that's actually what I practiced this time!
[Hours: 3.5] Material studies! Rendered out as spheres :]
I'm getting a sense for this stuff now!
[Hours: 2.75] Some skull studies done today! Angled ones are significantly tougher, but was fun overall
Nice stuff man, on the lava sphere the lava isn't wrapping around the form of the sphere, try to take note on that. Also if your having problem with angles try drawing cubes in different angles and see how the perspective affects them, hope that helps and keep it up
Fantastic work with the gesture studies. You have a good sense of form and movement when it comes to figures. Just a little tweaking here and there to get the likeness (I notice that the legs on many of your female figures seem too thick). As for your screen caps, try blocking in the big shapes first and then only later painting in the details, like facial features. I think you'll find quicker progress that way. Cheers, hope that helps!
Phew, great stuff! I'd suggest that you use bigger brushes to block in your basic values and color in those (screencap) painting because they look rather patchy like this (more bleinding!) but your figures are truly great and awesome work on those material studies!
Please take a look at my Sketchbook! <- Comments are highly appreciated and returned C:
Ooo! hi! I plan on going to Sheridan too! looking at your stuff now I know I need some serious practice! If you would like we have a thread here for 2013 sheridan hopefuls although a lot of us I guess already are working on the final portfolio drawings.
Kickass sketchbook so far! You have a pretty good variety of studies already. I can't wait to see more work!
Wanna see some updates , oh and nice cloud study
Hey bro! Thanks for stopping by. Your pencil stuff is really good, but digital studies are little bit lacking. My advice for you is wait with the color and do more grayscale value sketches, because colors without correct value are nothing. And dont be afraid to push the value contrast a little bit, use the whole scale. Anyway any study, good study. Keep them coming
Last edited by jakubvavrik; February 28th, 2013 at 07:38 AM.
My sketchbook - Please, help me grow Critique very appreciated
hey i think you got a great sketchbook. i love your film-color-studies. in the beginning you really have been too de-valued. the colors you chose have been to light, therefore giving a whole different whole expression. however in the last few post you do it better. very consequently high-quality studies. keep it up.
Thanks for stopping by, guys! Been a while, but now that school's nearing the last week, I have a bit more time to draw
Here are some vehicle studies I did along with some silhouettes of 'elemental' creatures :0 I picked one to draw out
Here are some 20 minute speedpaintings today :0 The first one I did from my second monitor, and the last one I did from imagination
Some studies of Mickey Mouse! Just trodding slowly through Preston Blair
Very nice updates man, nice elemental creature and great expressions with the Mickey Mouse studies. Keep it up
Here's a swamp monster I designed, came up with a few ideas but just fleshed this one out :0
And some visual library studies to go along! xD