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C&C welcome. Both done on computer paper size.
woman is in ink pen, man is in 2b mechanical led.
both took about 15-30 minutes each.
edit: id show some ref pictures but i misplaced them in my artroom
Last edited by Samuel Gray; December 12th, 2004 at 09:17 PM.
pretty cool drawings, i think the drawing of the girl works better. but couple of tip, instead of doing shading look at the planes of hte head more, especially with the nose, lips, and chin, because the only reason the values on a form change is because the planes change. so unless u dont have the planes right the shading applied is going to look wrong. Also look at how far the clavicle bones go out. George bridgeman books might help, check them out. also are those from photograph or real life. alright hope it helps.
The woman was a study for class where we looked at another drawing of a woman. I just drew what i saw but i do know what your talkin about, thanks for the advice.
The man was from a photograph in a magazine
im not suppose to show pictures but it to hard to explain for myself
it extremely well drawn.
im more focused on the lighting.
the trouble with camera as reference is that they tend to use alot of
refective bounce back boards around the model but for a drawing
camera give u too much details.
this is using airbrush tool in photoshop to quickly erase the forhead info
and balance some of the darks on the right side.
Draw Draw Draw
Yes your right Darrell, in sketches it helps to have a strong light source.
But in my reference picture, the light source was directly on him so.... you know what I mean....
I am going to attempt to color these though and give much more depth.
Thanks for spending your time and giving some pointers.