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February 16th, 2005 #1
haribubba's sketchbook thread//updated 01/18/2009!
I have drawn more in the last week than I have in the five years since I left high school...
Last edited by haribubba; January 18th, 2009 at 06:20 PM.
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.. you draw definition and depth like..... I dunno, someone else who does it REALLY WELL.
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February 16th, 2005 #3
thanks! its been awhile though and my tones arent as smooth as i would like, especially the last one....
February 16th, 2005 #4
February 17th, 2005 #5
These look fantastic. I can't seem to find the patience to go in this direction.
February 17th, 2005 #6
yea, these are looking great!
keep up the good work!
February 17th, 2005 #7
patience is your friend, dogfood
February 17th, 2005 #8
wow are these photo studies? or are they real sculptures you drew from? These are great! keep going
February 17th, 2005 #9
the first four are bargue studies, and the last one is from photo.
February 18th, 2005 #10Originally Posted by haribubba
February 18th, 2005 #11
another one from yesterday. after scanning i noticed that the foremost shoe is way off....
adjusted contrast in photoshop to make it easier to see
February 18th, 2005 #12
too bloodey rigid, Try to use chalk, and bigger paper :cheers:
February 18th, 2005 #13
I like last yellow one, youy should finish it....Its britney spears from the esquire cover if I'm not mistaken, right?
theres a nice variety of light value there
to make it better i think you could throw some more darker values though, like the little girl thats alot better.
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February 18th, 2005 #14
thank you for the comments.
yes i should go to bigger paper, but its just easier to carry around 8 1/2 x 11
and yes britney spears from an esquire mag cover
February 23rd, 2005 #15
ok so the crap from this week:
(contrast adjusted with photoshop)
and my first attempt with charcoal:
more of the usual:
and since ive been trying to be so tight lately, i decided to do something loose:
February 24th, 2005 #16
I can see your ar doing lots of
ref work wich is very good, (I should do
more of them he he) and your shading tecnique
is well on its way, but ill recomed your to try to
make some only-line focused drawigs, force your
self to pull out volumen only with lines,
you could make some more imagination suff too,
Iv discoverd, that when I do now non ref work, I start
seen wich ones are my problem areas, and that way when I
get back to study from refs, I focus in the things
I saw I was lacking in my imagination work,
I can see your have a good chunck of raw skills
now make some imagination studies, and post em;
see ya in the next update.
February 24th, 2005 #17
Thank you for your comments, maxetormer.
Indeed, I have been doing a lot of ref work. Mostly because I haven't been drawing for the past five years and I need to work those muscles, so to speak.
February 24th, 2005 #18Originally Posted by haribubba
February 24th, 2005 #19
that one was a real bitch to do. i felt like giving up so many times. its still not finished though (see midsection) . so many of my measurements were off and whatnot. im glad i saw it through as far as i did though!
February 26th, 2005 #20
just messing around with dogwaffle:
March 1st, 2005 #21
ive been slacking this week
March 1st, 2005 #22
March 1st, 2005 #23
cool work. just keep doing what r doin to refine ur gift.
cool beans to you...my friend.
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March 1st, 2005 #24
Pencilator: yeah that is one of my favorite paintings. its by bouguereau. the other two are by the same guy as well.
dadamafia: cool name (could you imagine a dadaist organized crime syndicate )
March 2nd, 2005 #25
March 6th, 2005 #26
my son logan.
first time using pastels, so c&c are appreciated!!
March 8th, 2005 #27
charcoal leg studies
March 8th, 2005 #28Registered User
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you have really grasped the concepts of lighting and tone. good work.
Strange coincidence that every man whose skull has been opened had a brain.
March 8th, 2005 #29
great lighting... I wish I had that kinda handle on lighting... ***need to look away from screen... this work is hurting my ego!*** bye bye...
March 8th, 2005 #30
lol, thanks guys!!