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Last edited by idenzel; July 6th, 2012 at 05:30 AM.
this was a tattoo design for a friend
Last edited by idenzel; July 6th, 2012 at 05:37 AM.
These are rather impressive. The line quality is amazing.
Have you thought about coloring/painting these?
That is awesome man. Can't wait to see your progress. Hope its a Intuous 3. They are the best.
Hey man, thanks for your comment. It's good to see someone else crosshatching, I think it's really demanding both in skill and patience but the outcome's worth it.
I'm looking at your drawing of the rasta guy. I gotta say you've definitely got a good grasp of shading in the details with hatching. Especially with the hair and the denim. However, you need to hatch general shades as well, i.e. you see how he's bent over, his entire chest and abdomen should be uniformly shaded, because it's a darker area. Add a third generation of wider spaced lines and It would make the entire figure pop out.
I'd wager you're already familiar with Durer, but as far as hatching goes he's the master, so I'd suggest you study some of his engraving.
I'll be following your thread, Keep the genre alive man
some random ideas
fun sketches of bodies twisting
this is a picture i did for a friend of mine
random idea sketch
some traditional shading
Last edited by idenzel; August 4th, 2012 at 10:44 PM.
did this around christmas a few years back
coffee house sketch
i love coffee
playing with proportions
some pretty girls i drew
a sketch from about a week ago
Which one are you?
felt like drawing a beast
I have been thinking of cel shading alot lately and whether it is limited to what it can portray with minimal colour tones. I challenged myself to create some realism via cel shading. My goal is not hyper -realism. What do ya'll thinkalink?
kkcd, prtying in my old style