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June 29th, 2004 #1
Ye Ole Sketchthread....
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Hide this ad by registering as a memberJune 29th, 2004 #2Registered User
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Hey Molly. Awesome work you've got here. I'm loving your lines. The third to last page is my favorite. Your last page frightens me, but it's all good. Keep up the good work.
June 29th, 2004 #3
hahahaha, that strapon gets me every time. i recognize that chef... i was there when you made it ;p. i should start a sketch thread as well... then people would know me... and not just every time i make a new post in the sketches section... and it dies mega quick. :foundlove hehehe
June 29th, 2004 #4
Damn! Another reminder that I need to brush up on my figure drawing. At the moment mine are indistinguishable from my son's. He's 4.
Loads of artists seem to have returned from Austin with renewed energy and ideas. If you've got more of this stuff, post it.
PS: can I have the dildo and cravat back?
June 29th, 2004 #5
HAHA - Summer Pudding, when I see her, I'll ask for it back, she has a habit of keeping things...Oooh - looking forward to meeting you too, dude...
dakoscwash - thanks dude, 3rd to last page is my favourite too. I did that on the plane back from Dallas. Big Marko influence there, I love his stuff (fangirl)...the last pic - if you hide behind ur screen, she wont see you..hehe
Donkey - start NOW man, I want you on this thread asap! I saw your work in Austin, and theres some good stuff dude, beleive - Get ye a sketching!
June 29th, 2004 #6
June 30th, 2004 #7
Hello Chaps 'n' Chapesses...
More to add...
28_06_04 & 29_06_04
My best mate Paul Costan:
June 30th, 2004 #8
Nice stuff, Molly! Good to see a few different styles in evidence, too - very healthy..!
Love the strap-on lass. Is that fineliner over graphite?
June 30th, 2004 #9
As far as the styles go, to sporadic, need to find ma neeesh (sp?)
Anyhoo, Thanx dude - yep, fine line pen over pencil...
June 30th, 2004 #10
Too sporadic? I disagree; exploring different styles, approaches and materials is more likely to encourage growth in your drawing skills than almost anything else, in my opinion. Resist the niche!
June 30th, 2004 #11
June 30th, 2004 #12
You've got some really awesome stuff here! The "hold on" piece is sweet! I love the action in the figures. The piece I really dig the most is the SP. Pretty good likeness!!! Solid lighting and convincing form! A couple critiques...The eyes appear a little too...football shaped (thats american football, not the football the rest of the world fails to call "soccer"). If you observe a little closer, I'd bet your eyes have alot more...sexy of a shape, rather then being so round. Also, the lower lip needs some finishing shading like the rest to pop it out. It seems like a flat plane, but I know its not! some shading on the bottom to show it wrapping around, and maybe a little shadow from the top lip, and on the side from the light would help it gain some 3 dimensionality!
A pleasure meeting you and hanging a little at the workshop! Next workshop I do definitely see some more hanging out in out future. Did you get some good info from the color lecture despite my being in your way? And...it goes without saying...your accent rocked!!
I self-published a book on the fundamentals of drawing from life.
June 30th, 2004 #13Registered User
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Yay, photobucket stopped being a and I can see all the images now!
So much good stuff! I really love that page with the celtic/scottish dude on it next to the princess/warrior babe. Everything on that page kicks me in the nuts! And the one right above it...dig the playing with the cast shadow. And yes, your self portrait is sweet too.
Looking forward to more.
"Every generation sees the past though the lens of its own time." - Thom Hartmann