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June 30th, 2004 #1
11.19.05 Updated Yay
i need sleeeeeep:
ol' Eddy Scissors
5 min each
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Hide this ad by registering as a memberJune 30th, 2004 #2
hey d00d would like to see what you have, but for me your pictures aint working ? Or is that by my side ?
June 30th, 2004 #3
are the top ones from life??
i like the ducks a lot...nice lines!
gotta see more though for some serious criticizm
Nikolai reiset noch immer, noch lange wird er reisen...doch ins Land der Vernunft findet er nimmer den Weg...
Criticizing Nikolais Crap
July 11th, 2004 #4
Some sketches from yesterday
Oh and also im having a bit of trouble working with Painter... Does anyone have any tutorials i can take a look at or can link me to some? that woul be of much help thank you ^_^
July 11th, 2004 #5
Love the birds.
And thats one REALLY goth palette used for eddie
Keep on drawing and posting!
July 12th, 2004 #6
oyyyy i should go to sleep ^_^
July 15th, 2004 #7
I recognize some of those models!
Glad to see you back at life-drawing...and thanks for letting me see your sketchbook Monday. You should post some of those sketches...you are improving fast.
I meant to post some of my sketches - but I've been super busy this week. I will soon...
Hope I see you Monday again!
Can you get be a copy of Painter 8?
July 22nd, 2005 #8
Woot! UPDATE Finally!! 7.22.05!! some good stufF!
Whew haven't posted in maybe about a year! So here's some stuff that i've done thorughout the year. I;ll be attending SVA in a month so there will soon to be ALOT more and a LOT better sketches and stuff coming in about a month!! (SO EXCITED!!)
I thought she was so pretty
An outfit I wore one day and my mom without a mouth ^_^
Done whilst my mom was in surgery... robot girl characetr type sketch
Finally some COLOUR
Some anatomy studies
One of my favorites!
July 23rd, 2005 #9
How goes it from the looks of it the progress you have made is rather nice... like the nature and subject of what you have taken up, and from the sound of it you are already working on anatomy studies so by almeans keep on posting Ill be watching, nothing critical to say just have fun with it...
"There is nothing more satisfying that having someone take a shot at you, and miss." -Murphy's law-
August 11th, 2005 #10
tsk tsk...you better post more..I've seen the sketchbook and you have big improvements
Update this sketchbook lady!
October 19th, 2005 #11
needs more posts in here
October 19th, 2005 #12
SVA huh? I took some classes there. Good school.
Keep it up workin on the anatomy...and watch out for those eyes. On the one where you said you thought she was pretty, they were a smidge too big.
October 19th, 2005 #13
October 19th, 2005 #14
Yea jess stop being a lazy lazy bum
October 22nd, 2005 #15
Big Update Finalyy!! 10.22.05
WOW!!! Finally geez an update... I didn't realize how much stuff I had to scan in. At my first year at SVA so... its AWESOME! I realized since I got here that wow im really not that good -_-' but its so motivating!! So heres some stuff and please BE BRUTAL!!! (I know im going to be sorry I said that ^_^)
October 22nd, 2005 #16
Done from life
Top Middle self portrait
quick museum sketch samurai outift
freakshow yet again
Collaboration at sunday NYC Sketch group
Ref used for middle figure
I had the pleasure this Thursday to meet DSIllustration and got some awesome sketches in my book form him and some great advice. Thank you! ^_^
October 22nd, 2005 #17
good job posting stuff. Go read loomis now. It will pay off big time. and draw from life.
October 25th, 2005 #18
Great sketches from the SI and from life. I still love the really loose one from SI the most. and the looser sketches from life, where you're experimenting with different materials are your best so far. keep them up and keep experimenting.
oh and post your and Dan's sketches from the SI in this thread
October 25th, 2005 #19
glad to see you are still pluggin away lil Jess.
wish I could have been there...
I think you could benefit from a George Bridgman book. I did a little better with him than Loomis. I should probably revisit Loomis, but I learned a tremendous amount from Bridgman.
you're doing great...just keep working at it. Hopefully I'll see ya soon if I don't decide to become a permanent hermit
November 9th, 2005 #20
November 9th, 2005 #21
haha I see arkady
November 10th, 2005 #22
nice progress...i wanna see updates like this every week!
are you taking life drawing classes now? keep at it
- also diggin that lil environment. I think if you did a couple of small ones (check out flaptraps sketchbook...he has these tiny thumbnail enviroments that are brilliant)- you can really excel at this
That horse was looking good, but the hind legs get a little too long - or a little wierd anatomically...but just crop that girl and it's great!
- hopefully if i can manipulate people around me I'll see ya this weekend!
November 21st, 2005 #23
December 13th, 2005 #24
holy shit! You're improving damn fast... I like the last ones a lot! The lion-head look great and the last figures rock!
(Maybe you could try to cut the pictures an your pc and turn them, so that nobody has to turn his head... we're laaaaaaazy ;-) (i mean one of the last pages))
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hey nice stuff, I really liked the horse. You need to update! lol
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great studies, those last two are choice.
December 14th, 2005 #27
I think it's a very good thing that you are constantly studying the human form. Really important.
It seems like you are fundamentally focusing on contour lines and shading. Perhaps try some gesture drawings. Draw a figure in 1 - 3 mins. That will make you pay attention to the overall impression of a pose. And that's extremely important when you want the audience to understand from a glance, the pose of your drawing.
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December 14th, 2005 #28
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December 14th, 2005 #30
Love those figures and faces! They are improving by each
picture. They do look quite realtistic and 3d. The white on
your last picture really makes it more 3D. The faces are
overall good, but they could use a bit of loomis practise.
Well done and ill be back!