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January 26th, 2013 #53
Thanks Katastrophie! I really appreciate your feedback. I will have to buy some drawing books, i have'nt any yet :-0
I'll work on the eyes. Thanks again
Here are a face study (Traditional)
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Great that you do so many studys. I think you could try to focus for a certain amount of time like two weeks or one month or so all your efforts on one subject you are intersted in the most. I think one studys more efficient like that and you ll see faster results because you focus one one subject only. Furthermore of course always search for fundamental knowledge in literture and the web if you dont yet. You have a nice start here, keep it up!
EDIT: Oh sry I didnt see the second page! Loomis is a great teacher I also just started to study with his figure drawing for all its worth some 3 month ago or sth. I think you would do well if you would first try to push your drawing and then jump to values colour because this way you have a stronger construction and form knowledge on which you can base your painting studys on. But this is also just my personal preference.
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January 29th, 2013 #55
Thanks matthias. I will try to narrow down my studies, but i have so much to learn. I'll also study planes, and dimention. Thanks for your feedback!
January 31st, 2013 #56
A quicky sketch in photoshop (17 min):
February 12th, 2013 #57
I have been scribbling and sketching some traditional and some digital lately, but have been focusing mostly on facial features like the mouth, eyes.. etc.
here are some of my latest studies in graphite:
February 18th, 2013 #58
A recent Photoshop work. Took me 3 hours. Any critiques please?
February 19th, 2013 #59
a quick eye study in photoshop : 15 minutes
February 19th, 2013 #60
A quicky landscape study.. trying to fool around with colors, and practice painting with PHOTOSHOP
February 19th, 2013 #61
An Apple study
February 19th, 2013 #62
great progress, seeing some nice improvement here and I love your traditional stuffs,
watch out abit with the blending and the edges on that apple abit. edges feels abit too lost especially on the outer apple. other than that. Keep it up. great energy
February 20th, 2013 #63
Thanks for the encouragement Ninaren!
Yeah the apple was painted in a hurry...
Here is a mountain study.. took me 45 min (i'm lying down)
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Some real progress !
http://ctrlpaint.com/library/ has a lot of great stuff which could help you. I suggest doing what the author recommends in a lot of his videos : working greyscale only at first. Getting the right values in the right place (without the trouble of dealing with colors) has helped me a lot so far.
February 25th, 2013 #65
Thanks Croco! I have seen many videos from ctrl paint.
I will try to adhere to grayscale painting, and see how it goes from there.