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November 26th, 2004 #1
Sketches from another frickin new guy (nudity warning?)
Here's a couple of HB pencil sketches i've done, added sepia with paintshop
Their not up to scratch of some of the work you guys are puttin out, but any criticism welcome!
Last edited by ScRaMbLe; November 26th, 2004 at 09:30 AM.
Hide this ad by registering as a memberNovember 26th, 2004 #2
are we supposed to give nudity warnings in thread titles? If so, sorry bout that, just added it...
November 26th, 2004 #3
98 hits and no comments? C'mon guys, gimme somethin
November 26th, 2004 #4
Here's another, derwent colour pencil, changed to sepia.
November 26th, 2004 #5
The nude figure one is pretty cool, the buildings look like they are made from ivory or something polish looking, maybe add wear and tear or just give it a bit of a textured feeling to them. The last pic of the woman looks like she's hurting in that pose, don't forget about weight distribution when drawing poses, other than that good job, seems you have only drawn the backside, maybe a front view next time, and keep posting, don't worry about not getting much comments right away, make alot of friends here and you'll be receiving decent amount of comments in your thread, cheers
November 26th, 2004 #6
Thanks for the comments dude, i appreciate it! All of these pics except the nude were done a couple of years ago, i only picked up a pencil again just the other day and the nude was the result... I personally think its a lot better than the rest.
I'm on 56k modem (yarg) so it's gonna take me a while to get around and check out everyone's stuff, but from what i've seen so far there is some serious talent in this place, VERY inspiring, makes me want to do better!
Here's a frontal sketch... i think you might be onto something with the weight distribution thing, same problem here...
Last edited by ScRaMbLe; November 26th, 2004 at 06:21 PM.
November 26th, 2004 #7
Wow! Very nice. The first couple seem a bit blurry but not too bad. I like your moth oils to in your other thread. Keep it up!
^keep me going by visiting my sketchbook^
November 26th, 2004 #8
Thanks gonna do some decent sized oils one of these days...
Here's a few more old, quick sketches...
November 26th, 2004 #9
Cool I like the frontal nude, only crit I have for it is to bump up the value more when you draw, and watch the proportion, the face looks really skewed so make sure everything lines up before rendering, other than that it's pretty cool, I would recommend that you just leave the scan normal, without the whole sepia thing, just to get a better clearity of how it would look in pencil, rather than a blurry effect. Just keep at it, and you'll get good.
November 27th, 2004 #10
Faces are my real weak point, i might just focus on that for a while.
I'm crap at drawing with anything darker than HB coz i just end up with smudge marks over everything.
I was waitin for someone to say "enough with the sepia already". The blurryness isn't caused by filters, its coz i don't have a scanner and have to take photos of em all instead. I kinda like the sepia, gives it a more classical feel, but i'll leave it off for the next couple of posts.
November 27th, 2004 #11
Cool stuff man.
I like the environment in the first one, very creative, could use some aged or worn aspects, but very cool. the backside nude is very good, I like it. one thing I would suggest you practice and study on would be faces.; I'm not saying your not good, its just that because you obviously have talent, you should take advantage of it, and take it further. Keep it up for sure man.
November 27th, 2004 #12
ok... here it is... my first EVER serious attempt at a portrait...
now if y'all excuse me i've got some drinking to do....
November 27th, 2004 #13
Thanks for the input Pickles
keep it up? like any of us could stop
November 27th, 2004 #14
Hey awesome job on that last one, keep it up!
November 27th, 2004 #15
That's a vast improvements on the other face, hehehe and you said you suck at faces, more more.
November 27th, 2004 #16
wow u have nice work here... i really like to see more of those interesting pics... but some of them look quite blurish... love the strip pic too
November 27th, 2004 #17
It's too bad your using a digital camera, I know how that is, I've been using it alot for my celeb portraits lately, cause my scanner couldn't pick up all the details, or my lazy ass don't know how to set it up to get it to scan better. Save up some money and buy a scanner, a decent one will run you about 50 bucks and up.
November 27th, 2004 #18hehehe and you said you suck at faces
Save up some money and buy a scanner
Last edited by ScRaMbLe; November 27th, 2004 at 05:33 PM.
November 27th, 2004 #19
Thought i'd start a proper sketchbook, minus sepia! so i'll let this thread fade into obscurity...
November 28th, 2004 #20
but before it does, can someone tell me whether this perspective looks ok? Any other thoughts? Thought i'd ask before i did any more serious work on it....
November 28th, 2004 #21
Alot of these are really nice but some of the non-human ones lack texture. Like your first two building things up top, they seem to smooth and the shading on them makes them seem rounded. Try going back and adding some rough texture or any texture to them.
November 28th, 2004 #22some of the non-human ones lack texture