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February 15th, 2005 #31
Joki: Thanks for the compliments! I checked out your thread, great stuff and excellent progress being made too. I love your digital stuff. I'm getting my Wacom in a few days (amazon says it's been shipped) so wish me luck w/ digital... I'll be eager to post my crappy 1st attempts
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Hola, Seeing a lot of improvement here. keep up the studies!!
Can't wait to see what direction your work goes in!
February 18th, 2005 #33
Thanks Abra, any progress in my work is directly related to the inspiration I've gotten from this site... goodstuff!!!
This image is my first attempt at a digi-paint. I'm getting used to painter and I'm falling in love w/ my Wacom (got it last night). More to come soon, I'll be spending alot of time on the tablet this weekend!!!
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February 19th, 2005 #34
Just messing around w/ Digital. Mostly done in Painter. Painter feels so natural to me that I don't see how or why anyone would use Photoshop as their primary digi-painting ap... and I've been using PS for years.
February 21st, 2005 #35
A lame speed painting from still-life next to my monitor. I'm trying to get a grip on color in my digital painting and it's frustrating. Any tips are welcome.
February 21st, 2005 #36
Hola, I'm liking the new things uve been posting.. your graphite drawings are great, the ps things are looking nice as well (the robot is my favorite). The gesture drawings are looking nice, I would suggest trying to do many of these and also studying bones/muscles. Keep it up!
February 21st, 2005 #37
Tonight's sketch, kinda weak, I might paint it.
I agree w/ you. And I am still studying anatomy and reading several books. I don't upload all of my sketchbook, I have several pages of studies that I haven't posted. As soon as the honeymoon phase of my Wacom wears off I will get back to the drawing board (literally) and keep up w/ the figure/anatomy studies hardcore.
February 22nd, 2005 #38
Man, I LOVE your insect studies. Especially the Cicada Killer, it is very nice. Love the medium you chose for it as well. Your drawings from life are excellent. Also your animal drawings are very realistic. I love the soft shading on the cat.
I think the only thing I see that you could work on is anatomy. It just takes a long time to master. I'm still working hard to improve my anatomy. It looks like you're already on your way to improving your anatomy!
I really like your sketchbook and you can expect me to be checking back often!
February 22nd, 2005 #39
nice stuff u got here
i especially liked the studies on the toned paper. and that cat drawing is just amazing
my old sketchbook
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The cat and dog are my favorite,your rendering is very well done. Nice work.
February 22nd, 2005 #41
Nealo, Thanks! I'm still practicing all of the basics. I just picked up Loomis' "Drawing the Head and Hands" today from the library, so I'm in for a week of frustrating figure and anatomy studies... yay.... blah
Ender, Thanks, the compliment means alot coming from you. I dig your work shitloads!
Johnny, yeah, everyone seems to dig my aminals! After I finish up on another phase of studies I want to do some hellafied creature mixes from animal refferences. I think my style really lends itself to those.
3 more hours till I can go home and draw!
February 22nd, 2005 #42
Quickie skull study from a few weeks ago
Quickie little Loomis style hedz. I've got pages and pages of these, and unfortunately they all suck... I'm trying to get the system down but it's taking a while.
I do better when I draw them a little bit bigger. Top 2 Heads drawn using Loomis' technique and copied the Basic and Secondary Planes of the Head drawings directly from the book.
February 23rd, 2005 #43
Start of shaaithy heads, then halfway through I realize that I should just focus on drawing the shape of the head, and leave out all of the details for now....
I think I'm focusing on the right steps for now. Once i can build the basic shape of the head facing any direction w/out ref (I'm almost there) I'll start with more details and further development of the planes of the face/head.
February 24th, 2005 #44
all hedz and no boobies make JB something something.....
February 25th, 2005 #45Registered User
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wow...your figure studies are really nice. really nice rendering...you have such soft strokes. Love the insect woman and she has great nipples
That there is one damn fine coat you're wearing....
my CA sketchbook
February 28th, 2005 #46
Thanks Angel, I really dig your sketches. Keep it up. Here are some studies and a lizard beast I did today pencil and digital.
February 28th, 2005 #47
Nice work Bennett, your figures are really coming along (maybe practice a little more on the feet...), but you're nailing those little gestures and I can see that your starting to focus on the anatomy.
I also like your creatures! Your stippling is really great. I know it's tedious, but I's like to see more! Check out www.alexmurawski.com, he was one of my teachers and made his career stippling, a great inspiration!
Awesome work! Keep it up!
March 1st, 2005 #48
Thanks Keepiru.. I used to stipple alot when I was younger. I could establish lots of tonality changes w/ a pen and I liked that. I kind of think of it as cheating for some reason in my twisted head.
That guys' work is amazing. I'd like to try adding color to some pen stippling drawings. I'll give it a shot.
Here are some quick animal gestures and the lineart of some type of snakebot I came up w/
March 1st, 2005 #49
good stuff here bennett. keep doing those studies, they're nothing but helpful. i suck at posting comments so i'm gonna leave now, hehe
March 1st, 2005 #50
That cat was the killer-shit. I see a lot of improvement, I must say. You've really done your homework, so it will be interesting to see what else you bring to the table!
He who asks is a fool for five minutes,
but he who does not ask remains a fool forever.
March 2nd, 2005 #51
Char: Thanks for the compliment, and no doubt I will keep up w/ the studies. I just to break away every so often to do something funner.
Kline: Thanks man, I love the animal studies, and thanks for noticing I've that I've been drawing my ass off. I had so many roadblocks in my skills before I started posting a sketchbook here, and now it seems to all be coming together. I hope I keep it up.
Here's a WIP of the snakebot
March 2nd, 2005 #52
Hell yea man!!! Seems like you're pretty comfortable with that wacom already. Yea, the oil pastel definitely rocks. Keep playin around though, you'll find some other really good brushes for different reasons. Keep it up man.
March 2nd, 2005 #53
Thanks Cap! You deserve credit, w/ being one of my biggest teachers and inspirations. Hopefully after I knock out some bills, groceries and such tonight I can spend some more time on figure studies and some snakebot painting.
March 2nd, 2005 #54
sup man. Hey cool updates. Long time i havents checked out your stuff.
Really cool updates. The head studies and last gestures u did are great.
Thx for checking my drawings man.
Post more, keep it up.
March 2nd, 2005 #55
hey i can really see tons and tons of improvement in your understanding of anatomy as I look over the start to more recent work you've posted here. I also noticed that you spend a great deal of attention on light source and value, which I also need to do. keep up the great work!
March 2nd, 2005 #56
Finished snakebot. Me likey
Heroic: thanks for compliments
Nixon: Thanks also, your sense of form and anatomy blow me out of the water, want to trade?
March 4th, 2005 #57
Quickie features study, probably 3 or so minutes each body part at first. I'm not to proud of the last few lips on the page, but they were probably about 30 sec. each. Trying to losen up and capture the form w/out spending too much time worrying about details and erasing everything.
March 5th, 2005 #58
Hell yea man, the finish looks great. I really like the studies too.
March 6th, 2005 #59
After doing some nose/eye/lips studies I decided to finish off some decent head studies I started a while back. I'm getting there.
March 7th, 2005 #60
u posted serious studies and works,
u good student of the CA
u really progress, i'm very hapy to see many ca members improving in this forum
( and very quickely, perhaps more than in school cause they are motivated)
but i got some question for u:
i seen your first pic, very good inking pic, can u tell about pens used and your experience with them.
i seen u're using tinted paper (is it canson ?) and chalk
are u taking the chalk like charcoal
i'm very interested in using sanguine, chalk and charcoal on tinted paper
good luck CA member