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Thread: Lalanda's gallery
January 20th, 2013 #1
First things first, thxs for stopping by.
It's time to start studying seriously. I'll turn out 25 years old and still won't earn enough money to make a living of it if I don't.
Comments or suggestions how to do better with the next piece are really appreciated.
I try to be of any help to you guys, too.
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Nice start so far love no 3 down and the..weird..red haired.. boobed thing ,thnks for the nightmare fuel XD.
I can't really crit anything but if you ever go back to no 3 again or do something similair I think making the red glow around the eyes stand out more and making the sides of the background a bit darker would've made it look alot cooler.
Look forward to seeing more.
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January 22nd, 2013 #3
January 22nd, 2013 #4
Thanks for your suggestion, you're right, pushing the contrast arround the eyes will draw more attention to the piece...I'll try to get it done
( seems the red haired boob thing really looks strange cO everyone responded like this when seeing it XD )
January 22nd, 2013 #5
Hey Ruschkala! Nice SB! the cloud Studies look great! Good that you want to do so many studies. Id suggest you maybe to do some close up studies from portratis or sth like that to work on your technique. The way you applie the colour and values looks a bit muddy. It brings me a lot to take a photo and really try to nail it (depending on the amount of passion I got at that moment ) to capture the edges and stuff like that. Keep it up!
January 28th, 2013 #6
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January 31st, 2013 #8
been a while I haven't worked traditionally, so went to the Glyptothek in munich to do some fast sketches and studies
fineliner + color pencil for shading and highlighting
I could stay all day long there, studying the human body
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February 6th, 2013 #11
Nice stuff! I specially like the sketches and study from the Glyptothek in munich.
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February 6th, 2013 #12
Cool stuff. The horse study and the leg are wonderful, you've certainly got a knack for rendering. I have to say though, I think the poses in poses #8 and #9 are pretty stiff, I would try to work on getting a bit more life into your figures. Keep it up!
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February 7th, 2013 #13
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