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February 12th, 2005 #1
Oregano's sketches & whatnot || CLOSED.
THIS BOOK IS NOW CLOSED.
PLEASE PROCEED CALMLY TO SKETCHBOOK IV
I think I have a kink in my neck or something...
Anyway, just doin' some digital sketching. nothing too heavy.
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what the hell?! i cant believe nobody relied to these.. these are real awsome sketches.. the looseness.. love it.
i like the 1st picture.. the angle is very dynamic.. truly wonderful work .. id like to see the 3rd picture of the guy finished... it already looks solid.. the sad expression reminds me of a older picture i did awhile back.. keep up the great work!
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Ohh, these are nice, so loose and sktechy, really love them!my only crit would be that I think the "skyfire" is lacking a litlle bit depth - the mountains on the left -but I'm not really sure if that's just me
Keep the good work, I'm looking forwards to seeing more in that style!
"The reason why truth is so much stranger than fiction is that there is no requirement for it to be consistent."-Mark Twain
February 13th, 2005 #5
February 14th, 2005 #6
LordSpewbarfer - Hey, thanks for posting and the comments. I don't know if I'll actually finish any of these, though I might. I'm doing them mostly as compositional practice, with color as sort of an after thought. Some will probably be more "finished" than others, but I doubt that I'll take any to a real state of completeness. But you never know!
Nike- HEYA Yeah, not sure what's up with the mountains. they didn't fall away quite the way I had in mind. I'll have to play around with the distance thing see if I can get it work the way I want it too
B-Man - hey, thanks for posting. Actually, these are done entirely in painter. I only use photoshop for post work, like getting them web ready 8)
farewell to the thain
February 14th, 2005 #7
good to see u around again man,
the hunted rough sketch is clearly very nice,
i think u should carry it further.
perhaps the tree to his right could use a little stronger perspective
anyways keep posting man
Honest love makes one's soul a reflection of the partner's mood.
No sleep - More draw!
February 15th, 2005 #8
February 15th, 2005 #9
Lookin' good. I like the first one, especially. In the last one, the shore line is in an unfortunate shape that makes it seem to almost to envelope the gravity tester. The river, though helping to define the focal point, is adding to that feeling, almost in a "net and line" fashion. If the river were to expand into the bay a little later or more gradually, it might alleviate the feeling.
Cool, shot, though.
February 15th, 2005 #10
Eyal - Heya, thanks for the post. I may actually take that one into a full painting, but if I do, it will have to wait until I can push past my current worklaod into some free time. Non of these are taking more than an hour right now, which is about all I have for goofing off with my own stuff. But thanks for the thoughts!
Warhead82 - Thanks! I donno, I can do a pretty good landscape when I take my time An oldie but goodie: Wizard
dogfood - dogfood, dogfood, dogfood. You keep pounding on me and I just might make something of myself Actually I *wanted* the shore to look like it was enveloping the Thain, sort of giving a cupped hand or womb-like impression. You know, bunch of stupid symbology type crap
Anyway, don't know if anyone remembers Berke Breathed's Bloom County, but had that in mind when I did this yesterday
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