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July 27th, 2009 #235
Dizon: ARGH !!! yeah it's really crappy. I got what you pointed, painting what you see: there is times when your eyes don't wanna see but i'll teach them to obey next time. Thanks very much for help !
Kingkostas: waw, dude THIS is motivating ! (helped me to finish this last figure
you can play with wathever you want mate
one figure from photo:
values correction on the eyes:
Last edited by zou; July 27th, 2009 at 09:29 PM.
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July 29th, 2009 #241
Jesus Food: héhéhé, thanks for the compliments !
Dizon: yeah that's right. damn me ! thanks again for pointing
kingkostas: thanks thanks !
midknight523: glad to hear it! thanks
Frank Gressie: woow, from you it's very motivating
some pencils of figure (long time, it sucks)
lyno asked for some steps, it's not really organized but here it is
it's supposed to be scarlett, i'll focus more on likness next time
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July 29th, 2009 #242
lots of head studies with great improvement - now I know why you told me to work on the same thing I will be getting to that once I try and render this contest piece! I would just say to make sure you study the most basic planes fo the face and keep those in mind as you render - sometimes its just being able to see and suggest the major shifts (like the front of the head, to the side plane and the angle it is on) can make it more solid and 3D feeling.
I thought the previous full figure painting (seated) was nice, and the pencils up top here definately show some confidence!
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July 30th, 2009 #243
Beware of the brushstrokes that stand there without following the 3d surface.They break the 3d form.It may be cause of the brush.it just seem a little rough there
Keep up the good work mate !!!
July 30th, 2009 #244
July 30th, 2009 #245
Jakers: thanks for critic !
kingkostas: well , i didn't noticed. I used i chalk brush for the hole rendering, it was new to me since i used very short brush strokes. i should tweak the brush to follow direction and try.
Dizon: usually i don't care too much about likeness but someone gave an advice to try sometimes just to check. Thanks for help !
another star study, that was quick 1 hour and half (for me)
i stopped before going too detailed and mess it (even i see many things i could work on)
July 31st, 2009 #246
wow mate make some more in the style of this last one and you step in the next level
Great surface graduations on needed places.It gives volume .Very nice
July 31st, 2009 #247
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