zeeble, Thanks, appreciated! I will think about the nose proportions.
Unbreakable, Thanks man!
artificial green, yes, haha, you are right.
Sorry I havent posted any new stuff this week, I have exams. =(
i like your play with proportions, moving away from the classical to experiment is always good. viva le grotesk! I hate when people follow the same guidelines to drawing faces and just change the hair. haha.
Yea, I like to play with proportions, its fun! Thanks for commenting!
Some thumbnails, trying out my new brush-pens.
Dude, your avatar is giving me a headache . Those cloud studies on the other page are looking gorgeous. The heads are def improving, the skull with the eyes is really scary.
ok try to give some crits be more careful with the proportions when you draw heads in some you have chopped of some of the back head and in some the top of the head and some youget just right.
Nice looking enviro-thumbs
My sketchbook flawed to the max page 5
Ps:Hope you understand my English.
Remember my advices taste best with a grain of salt.
lovely thumbnails morb! I really like the one with the tree in the forground and the factory back there. Brush pen? I've never heard of that...i gotta go get myself one of those...looks fun.
hey man love the enviro thumbs can't wait to see some of the finished. on the next batch try and play with more dramatic angles.
Lewis: yea they are fun to draw too! I might make some bigger later, but Im not totally happy with any one of them. Thanks for dropping by!
Alcian: Thanks, dude! Hhaha, sorry about the headache.
Mindflaw: Thanks for the input, I agree. Cool u like them.
Zeeble: Yea brush pens are fun. Theyre kinda hard to find though, but Im sure most art stores have them.
Unbreakable: Thanks man, thats a good idea I will try that!
nice, these are some pretty cool environments. I like the city one and the bigger thumbnail at the top. Do you plan on incorporating any into a fullly rendered scene?
Destinatus, yea I wanna make a full scene sometime. But I feel like I have to watch some reference, because I can't think of what detail to add.
Zao, yea they are stiff, Ill blame the equpiment I use. ;>
When drawing achetecture of a reference sometimes it helps to find the VP on the ref then also place it on the sketch you are doing of it. Maybe for doing a full scene you could block everything out to get the composition and values down and then use different references for the details (colors, textures, etc). I'm amazed how much detail you squeezed into thse little houses on the left.
I had the exact same thought. Looks good.Originally Posted by Unbreakable
You are showing some real progress, even between page two and here. Those environments are looking mighty nice. Keep it up, or Dile will eat your first born. Trust me, I know....poor little Sarah.......
Thanks all. Sorry for abandoning this SB, Ive had so much going on and drawing isnt my first priority any more. Maybe in a few years when I once again have some time and energy. See you then...
"I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain."
--- Frank Herbert, Dune - Bene Gesserit Litany Against Fear
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Long time no sketches, but heres some new stuff.
Skull studies mostly. I will try to post once in a while.
Last edited by Morbid; November 6th, 2006 at 07:50 AM.
I was really happy with the woman portrait until I messed it up with the rendering.
The rest of the page.
Im focusing on the skull as you have noticed. Crits are much appreciated!
Your improving,your environments look great,as for the faces I would suggest studying the eye at different angles.The eyes on that woman above are both drawn as if they were both straight forward,also her mouth's kinda far down and doesn't wrap around her face.
As for rendering messin' up a good drawing,I do it all the time myself too,but don't let it stop you,it's part of the learning process it'll get better.
Thanks, Notorious K.A.B. Im following your advice!
Last page of the sketchbook.
New sketchbook. This paper is much smoother.
Feels like the studies help. The eyes fit in much better now i think.