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Really nice forms and values. Continue
Oooo, panelly angles. WIN.
Thinking a bit more about composition, trying hard not to care about details, all about the masses that make a composition + interesting camera angles don't hurt. going to develop one now.
Development of above scene, liking the idea of adding text - makes it a lot more enjoyable and interesting for me anyway
Last edited by JackGriffin; June 16th, 2014 at 06:47 PM.
Interesting. It looks like you know how to set the scene.
No worries! Love the new ones! Keep it up!
realy nice thread; enjoyed the cinematic compositions and the portrait studies best. in some rare cases there are some issues with your forshortening. like the perspective angles are not consistent. both in figures and in the compositions. you might want to take extra care on those. real nice stuff though; subscribed!
Argh, so awesome
Continuation of awesome. Don't stop now!
Ooo, interesting shapes. Top notch values. Very geometric-looking. In a good way! And that encompasses both your landscape thumbnails, and your figures. Mastery of foreshortening.
I continue to learn from you, hehe, so keep drawing mooaar!
Misty - Thanks very much I'm glad my work it having that kind of influence for you, really cool to hear!
Ashess - Give it a go, helps me see angles that point towards different limbs in the body which helps a lot with proportions but yeah, got to keep in mind the rhythm and curves
Fancied a portrait study, haven't done one in a while. Sir William Llewellyn, saw one of his paintings in my local museum and I was really impressed, really great painter.