Thanks for stopping by!
My name is René Benedikt Aigner, I'm an artist based in Munich, Germany. I do commissions occasionally, but my day "job" is studying psychology and English linguistics.
I've noticed lately that was was stagnating, not moving on or at least moving on too slowly. So I got a bit more instructional stuff (really loving Jeff Watt's DVD on Portrait Drawing) and decided to crank up my ouput considerably. So, here goes. I've a few things I did during the last few days, and apart from that I hope to do at least one presentable sketch/speedpainting/study a day. I feel like I particularily suck at the first stages of a drawing, namely the measurement and construction. I find that I have to rectify mistakes later on which I should have noted beforehand. Digital that's not a big deal, but when working on paper that really gets on my nerves. I think I work too fast and don't concentrate enough during those stages of the procedure.
A few figures;
Studies from Singer Sargent:
Portraits and random stuff:
I realize this is a huge dump. Thanks for looking at my stuff anyway!
I think the head in the first figures are a bit too small and the necks too long but man, those other portraits and landscapes are simply stunning! You are unbelieveably good with values and I love the soft colors of the 1st woman
Truly lovely, keep posting!