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October 14th, 2013 #181
have been going through a difficult period with motivating myself to draw (probably because i dont draw enough)
I have to get out of my funk and into the swing of things and catch up on some basic stuff.
some stuff from imagination I tried to get myself going again.
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October 27th, 2013 #183
more faces from imagination.
October 28th, 2013 #184
Great to see that you're drawing again Grey. Motivation is a bitch, I used to have times when I couldn't draw for months on end. In my personal experience, you just need to beat the crap out of motivational problems by drawing/painting anyway, no matter what. Feels bad the first few minutes butit gets gradually better, better than procrastinating at any rate.
I think you're doing very well, you've got very nice line quality in your drawings which is especially impressive since they seem to be digital (I assume you're working with an Intuos or similar?). How about some life studies though? Your still lifes on the last page are nice, especially the one with the Mozart- bottle. Overall I'd say you need to do more with colour as well, master studies, life paintings, whatever you'd like to do, but try to really dive into colour.
Keep 'em coming! And remember, beat the crap out of motivational problems until they're sitting in the corner of the room crying their eyes out.
November 2nd, 2013 #185
thanks benedikt for the kind words and motivation,slowly I will get back on my feet.
November 10th, 2013 #186
November 17th, 2013 #187
mrfrenik-you are right,I will do that.
meanwhile some experimentation with heads from imagination.
November 24th, 2013 #188
November 24th, 2013 #189
t-those heads! fricking awesome, really inspiring
November 24th, 2013 #190
Nice construction studies of simple shapes. That kind of imaginative work will pay off in the long-run. It all starts from a simple shape. The part I hate is when you overlap an abundance of lines and you can't tell where perspective is going anymore lol- (as well as figuring out the "other side" when it's all clouded- I hate that.
But I digress: nice construction overall- including on the mannequins. I agree with what someone said here, about doing some imaginative things once in a while.
Behind every great master is a great student...
Imagination is more important than knowledge- Albert Einstein...
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November 27th, 2013 #191
thank guys for the comments.
trying to do color from imagination,pretty obvious I should do some life and photo studied next time.
November 28th, 2013 #192
Your line work for your studies are addictive to look at! Wonderful stuff ^^
I'm a peacock, you gotta let me fly!
December 7th, 2013 #193
December 7th, 2013 #194
Really nice work on the heads. I can see you're getting a feel for the structure and planes of the head as a result. I think the values were more of a problem in these recent thumbnails. Have you tried working out the values and adding colour later? Direct to colour is a lot to deal with.
December 7th, 2013 #195
jondawo-you are right,should do some value studies and focus on that,I just kinda did them to get into the swing of things.
Rotor-thanks man,my figures do tend to look mechanical and rigid and thats what everyone keeps telling me
.I will start working on that.
just a sketch I did,Ill start doing serious studies again soon.
February 3rd, 2014 #196
Hey Sergey, I saw your post on IAC's forums. Good stuff altogether and your sketchbook is really looking solid mate (lots and lots of studies make you a really awesome artist)
It's weird that I never saw your sketchbook before on CA, I didn't think there were many Israelis around (well I know of one another guy who isn't that active anymore).
Keep going, I subscribed to your SB
February 11th, 2014 #197
I started a local concept art course.
here is some homework I did.
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Hello mate! thanks for visiting my sketchbook. Why arent you updating anymore? I really dig the last painted portrait. Subscribing to you thread.
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May 12th, 2014 #199
Nice imaginative head drawings, those are very hard to do. I also like the mood studies and color work on your environments. keep it up !
May 31st, 2014 #200
thank ujjalloh and oziri,I will try to be more active from now on.
here are some composition sketches and a still life study.
June 4th, 2014 #201
June 7th, 2014 #202
Hey man your link is broke or something to your sketchbook I had to go to your profile to find the thread. Thanks for the advice man!! Im thinking about taking part in the next spartan gesture challenge as well as doing some more Face studies and stuff
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June 8th, 2014 #203
thanks joe for the heads up,I am doing the watts atelier online course,maybe you should give it a go
they have a great figure section.
June 15th, 2014 #204
June 23rd, 2014 #205
Great portrait here ! I don't know what you look like but judging from your other works I'll bet it's really close. Keep it up.
July 8th, 2014 #206
Hey nice studies i really like the faces from imagination. Dont be afraid to push your values a little farther
July 16th, 2014 #207
Nice to be back, Gray, and good job on the portrait. Easiest way to clean your edges is to up the contrast between your values where you want sharper edges, like the right cheek against the background. In your portrait they're both at around a 5-6 in greyscale, so they're not differentiating from one another very well. That's usually why you'll see the shadow side of a painted portrait against a lighter background and the lit side against something dark.
Edit - quick paint-over (hope you don't mind) to show what I mean , since it's a lot easier to see than just read about it. Obviously you'd take this further than what I would do in 5 minutes or so, but it's just to give you an idea.
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July 17th, 2014 #208Registered User
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wow, awesome to see how much you've grown!
July 18th, 2014 #209
July 21st, 2014 #210
Hello mate, solid works . You are doing good work improving your values, keep up understanding light and you will keep filling the puzzle. It seems that you can sense form very well and that will help when you are going to relate a lightsource to polygons/planes of a surface to assign the according values.
Keep up the good work