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I'm Denis from Germany. I like the athmosphere in this forum so I decided to show some stuff too.
Here are some of the sketches from the last week which I bring home for the weekend.
and I love Catgirls
Last edited by kink; August 12th, 2005 at 11:22 AM.
I did these today in free time between my appointments
Welcome to CA and the DSB!
Detail is obviously no problem for you. The patterns on your medieval Maori warrior are great. If you get the chance, you might want to try doing some gesture drawings from a live model. They could help give a more naturalistic/fluid form to your invented figures.
Fun Stuff. Keep posting.
Thank you for your comments
Details are a compulsion, even if I try to do a little simple quick sketch they appear. That's a influence of the tattoo-work I think. I recognized I use the pencil often like the tattoo-gun, that means in first try every line has to fit and no eraser, no "layers" in filling, everything next to each other... don't know how to explain.
I fact I have never worked with real models or something. Only one time I have taken a photo for bodyposture.
The next days I'll work on this problem
That's the reason why I'm here.I just mentioned it to point out observations, just in case you didnt know.
The stiffness sometimes is a point to work on, because my wife, who is my hardest critic, has already mentioned this too.
I had a lot to do today, so it's only a "more moved" and a "new-pencils-test"-doodle:
What are garbage-pail-kids? I know the words.. Mülltonnenkinder.. are these the soft-puppets with the big heads?
This week was very busy, not enough time for drawing but yesterday I did a classic pin-up tattoo. It's in original a painting from Gil Elvgren , an amazing american artist.
It's not on flat paper, it's curved skin, but I love this girl
Nettes zeug das du da hast am besten gefällt mir ja immer noch der Krieger vom ersten Post. ^^
Aber üb noch ein wenig anatomie von Mensch und tier und besserem Schattenwurf und deine Bilder gehen richtung "top-notch" wie man hier so schön sagen würde
Very great stuff.
But I do agree that you should loosen up your drawings some. Have you ever tried using charcoal or holding the pencil in a different way? Try working with your whole arm, rather than just your wrist, and you can get some amazing gesture drawings with nice flow and everything.
Just don't try it on someones back with a tattoo gun.
Yeah, I had to draw with charcoal and even with my hands when I was a graphic design student. But I dont like these mediums very much, I think it's uncomfortable and dirty and not exact. The maximum size of my paper is 21x29 cm cause it's very handy,so all of my pics are very small. The only pencil I use is a "learn-writing-pen" for children that's the best for me.
Great Stuff kink.
I like ur style, very different, i do see the tattoo influence there...
One thing i would say is try and work on larger paper, the A4 size ur using has caused you to compress the proportions of a few of ur characters.
Other than that, i like they way you have rendered these.
Keep em coming!
this is my pencil..the big thing on the paper
thanks for your visit an comments.
bigger paper than A4 is not so good because my place is limited
You seem to be making progress concerning the stiffness of the poses. Keep it up!
some small sketches..trying to draw some rpg-anime-figures...
and again, this is the original size
zoom for better view, cause threw scanning always get a lot of details lost
The barbarian fellow has a clean, sharp look to him. You ought to rough him up a little and let his wild side show through a little!
haven't had the time for doodling just for fun...too busy.
just a pic for showing: i'm still here
this morning my girl mentioned, she would like me to draw a girl with a kind of historian collar... the result is a baroque/geisha/fantasy-mix:
original size: 13,3x26cm
as usual no digital manipulations