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Well, there is always a first time.
After a long time looking the awsome stuff the people post in here, I decide to follow the advice of my good friend samos and post some stuff...
I hope you like them guys, is all works from this semester, figure drawing homeworks...
Crits are more than wellcome...
This is a copy of some guy from Russia, I don't know the name of the dude, but the guy is amazing, the only thing I know is that he was a student of 4th year in some school in Russia and that he is awsome...
And some other stuff, this time is not a copy from nobody, just myself using reference of course...
That's it for today, I hope I can post often... Time will say...
Last edited by down; December 19th, 2004 at 10:37 PM. Reason: Update
great anatomy and realism.
great renderings! do you have any studies that you have done from life?
how long did each of these take?
These are amazing!
Great sense of form, lighting and contrast..bravo!
Where do you study?
Bence: Thank you man.
steak-tron: Thanks a lot.
sixlibras: Thanks man. Yes I have some studies, as soon as I can take a photo I will post them. Those toke a loooooooot of time. I didn't keep the trak though.
James Kei: Thanks man. I am at the Academy of Art majoring Illustration...
Thanks to all of you guys, I'll keep posting as soon as my finals allow me
Now this is insane.
I love the first picture (besides, the others are pretty much as nice), , great work!
fantastic values and lighting, love it
Finally!, he enters the stage.
Always worth mentioning again; beautiful job on these Albert! I've enjoyed watching the process. Mr.Wu has certainly thaught you well
now, nuff egoboosting and get back to work!
fakeraaven: Thank you man.
sephrix: Thank you very much.
Sam0s: Dude, do I know U???, hehehe... ... Thanks man. Thanks for sharing your webspace... :p I'll see you tomorrow, and the day after, and the day after... hahaha. And remeber the "Great Trochanter" is watching U...
Thanks to all of you guys... I'm trying to fix my webspace so I can post my stuff without bother nobody, I know samos is doing it because he loves me but I don't want to abuse.
OMG ! those are so cool!
I used to study at the AAU, what classes were those from ???
Thats so cool... too cool... how can you critique that.
"Do the best that you wanna do." -My personal quote.
Sketchbook Thread. Look at it, rate it, post and crit on it.
what are you doing surfing the intermaweb, davinci? shouldn't you be working on your giant drawing? lotsa great great trochanters in those drawings... specially "right here, next to the neck point..."
you should post some in class stuff, too...
nice to see these finished... came out great... see you monday...
patdzon: Thanks man. Those are from Intermidiate Figure Drawing with James Wu, aka "the man"...
uRiDiAN: HAhahahha, what are U doin here!!!! go back to work!!!!! Thanks man, i'll see u on monday, and you can go home change, should be OK.
loss for words
.. 5 stars!!!!!!1
Wow, seriously nice stuff, Down. Care to give us an idea of the materials used and the size of the originals? (I can't be the only person who wants to know)
Azazel: Thanks!!!. About the question, all of them are 19x25 inches. The first one is velvet gray strathmore charcoal paper and pastel pencil (brown-red and white charcoal pencil for higlights). The rest are black canson pastel paper and white charcoal pencil. I think this answer the question
Hi everybody... Finally I have my own webspace so I can post some more stuff. Thanks SamOs for your space while I was fixing mine
Ok here I go
This is another copy of another russian guy, the original (from the russian guy) is amazing. I copied this before the other one
Now some drawings from class, they are not finished, I am veeeeeryyyyy slow. But I feel like posting them
I hope you enjoy them. Critiques are more than welcome, as always.
I'll post some more whenever I have time to take the pictures...
Here I go again, these are some more life drawings, this time with pastel, same size.
Still learning how to use them. Crits welcome as usual.
Way to be Da vinci, You're the man! The wrestlers turned out really tight. I'll see ya monday, GET TO WORK!
Chinch: Hahahaha, not "the man" yet. THE MAN is James Wu!!! You go back to work NOW!!!!, see ya on monday man. Thanks
some more pastel drawings, the colors are off because my place has a fucked up lightening. I'm sorry, I have to find a good place to take my pics.
This first one is from a photo, long time to finish it, and 19x25 inches:
These two are from class, so they are life drawing, about 2'5-3 hours (more or less). Same size.
Crits and comments are always welcome, don't be shy, hehehe... Hope you enjoy them watching them as much as i did doing them.
Awesome drawing bro. I love the mood on em. Not a thing to crit, but i will say your lucky you dont live by me or your drawing might just dissapear.
When unsure... Beer will guide you.
iFLUFFED: I don't know how to take that, i guess it is a compliment and not a thread, heheh, just joking Thanks man
I'll post next week, finals are here noooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
a little finals dance for you guys
Here some drawings from the first semester (january to may 2004), I hope you enjoy them while I work on my finals...
1st: compressed charcoal, Karl Jensen technique, hahaha... from photo (yeah, I know Einstein is dead)
2nd: Charcoal, study of drapery, from life
And now, back to work
These are seriously some of the best life drawings ive ever seen. hot dam!!!! oh and good luck with finals =)
very cool stuff. Some of the best I've ever seen. But the dance. The dance I bow down to
Great stuff. I saw the originals in Bradley hall. Very nice.
Keep up the good work.
"As now I look back, the drawing lessons in the grade schools contained all the principles anyone needs and I tried to recall them for the aid of students today." - Dean Cornwell
"...the study of drawing can be a release to the imagination and not, as photography sometimes is, simply a realistic documentary aid." - Robert Fawcett
"Theory-The way things should work. Practice-The way things acctually work." - Deane G. Keller
"Workshop?" - Le_fish