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July 27th, 2004 #1
Jason Arthur's sketchbook
hope it's ok for me to start my own sketchbook thread in this forum. If not then please either delete it or move me accordingly (thanks).
Jeff Buckley (deceased singer/songwriter)
Done from photorefernce.
done from photoref of a Fight Club poster (inside DVD sleave).
a simple side-view study.
working on my dramatic lighting. Inspired as always by Marko.
a quickie sketch of the same vampire character from the lighting study.
not sure what I was trying to do with that one.
A character from the comicbook "The Losers"
studying lighting sources.
more light source studying, using another character from "The Losers"
"Donkey" from "Shrek" (from two years ago...or whenever Shrek came out)
Please comment and crit me.
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I'm a beginner and I apologize profusely for this fact, but it's sad is what it is that you've received no replies so I'll give this a whirl.
You're good. Alot of people are bad but your good. Or at least you come off as good. The issue, as I see it, is that you've constrained everything to the standard standing poses and mug shots. All the art you posted (except for the last two) is of interesting guys... doing nothing. There's the one picture of the guy with the foreshortened hand, but even that is standard and canned, with the hand going directly forward and everything else flat. Loosen it up man. Play with some perspective and angles. There is the fightclub guy but it's a ref and even with that fact really not all that natural looking. Make them look like people instead of props.
Aside from that, uh... shade with a greater range of values. (I think someone already told you that on one of your other threads and they were right to do so.) Anyway that's my input. Hopefully a pro will crit you and then you'll feel all kinds of cool. Whatever happens keep up the good work man.
July 27th, 2004 #3
hey thanks Bammer. You're absolutely right. I need to do a wider variety of subjects and poses. That will be what I do for my sketchbook tonight.
I'm also working on the shading everyday so hopefully I'll be able to improve on that and get my tones to vary more.
thanks for the help.
July 28th, 2004 #4
Hey, those light source studies are a great idea. I especially like the one right under "The Losers" character.
I like the sketchy vampire, too.
Keep it up,
July 28th, 2004 #5
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