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March 8th, 2005 #1
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March 12th, 2005 #3
March 12th, 2005 #4
nice sketches here. especially like the eye studies, and good job with the pencil rendering on the turtle.
Hey dog. . . . did you see the size of that chicken?!
March 31st, 2005 #5
Your studies are great, the rendering, superb. Bravo my friend.
He who asks is a fool for five minutes,
but he who does not ask remains a fool forever.
March 31st, 2005 #6
Love your shading man, great studies. They're just sketches I know but on your clothed dude his eyes seem a bit too big and too close together, but hey great stuff man, best of luck to ya at whatever life shoots your way.
"Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do." - Bruce Lee
April 14th, 2005 #7
Prehistoric- thanks man, all the eyes are out of my head
klinesmoker thanks dood
Ulysses- thanks, ya i have a lot of proportional stuff wrong when im doodeling out of my head
new stuff yay!
started watts, heres what i have soo far
April 14th, 2005 #8
why start a new sketchbook?
anyway, good start.
April 14th, 2005 #9Originally Posted by bizarre
April 16th, 2005 #10
wips (just putting links for bandwidth)
April 20th, 2005 #11
Your rendering is great i love the eyes I really need to work on my facial proportions too.
If i shoot the J then its "Good"
please hit up the SKETCHBOOK
May 18th, 2005 #12
Hey, there. Good to see you working on things like the skulls. Helps to learn that stuff a great deal. Keep it up.
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June 24th, 2005 #13
thanks N8. planning on doing some more ink stuff some time soon. kind nervous to do it at my new place cause my cus is a neat freak and the trias get messy. thanks for checking my ook out tho
some newer stuff. liking the pencil a lot more thses days. ignore my mommies note. i was home for the first time in a month this weekend and she nabbed my book to write me a note
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June 24th, 2005 #14
June 24th, 2005 #15
man that handwriting is awesome!
ps. your rendering is getting way gooder.
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June 24th, 2005 #16
Its cool to see how the quality suddenly bumps up after you say "started at watts". That must be an awesome school!
how about you link to the old sketchbook somewhere in the first post? Im sure other people exept me loves to track people's progress from the beginning to wherever their efforts take them.
Good work dude, i got no crits xept the nitpick that have already been mentioned by others.
June 24th, 2005 #17
lookin' good buddy. see you in class!
N & B
June 25th, 2005 #18
cthomp = thanks man
cotron = thanks cody. Ron helped me a lot in the cast drawing class. he showed me how to use midtone to show plans and such. helped out a lot
slash = http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...889#post231889 here ya go. ya the school is awesome. im loving it here. cant wait till next term
one2hit = thanks Nate. might see ya sooner if we do anything during the break
June 27th, 2005 #19
June 29th, 2005 #20
fantastic progression dude... I would love a battle sometime....! Keep us updated.... your going to be a superstar!
Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd
June 29th, 2005 #21
Skills are looking good. Here's a challange for you if your interested--start thinking about composing the page, even when it's your sketchbook. Instead of making one drawing and then another next to it, start considering the rectangle that you're working in. It's a bit of an extra pain when you first start, but eventually the repetition of always designing while you draw turns it into a very natural thing. I think some of the best composes out there are also the most active sketchbookers, and that's not a coincidence. Just a thought though... you're life studies are looking great.
Drawing is a language with infinite dialects.
July 7th, 2005 #22
July 11th, 2005 #23
That turtoise and indian are beautiful! Personally, i wouldn't mind just a teensy more contrast on them. Also, you have a lot of (dead) white space on most of these sketches.
Love mom's letter. Adorable.
July 11th, 2005 #24
fantastic man, i dont know what they teach you at watts but your improvement was clear and immediate. great rendering on your digital breastfatty - really pro looking albeit a little character-sheet looking.
Really cool. i hope you keep it up mate!
July 11th, 2005 #25
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Superb pencils renderings! keep up the top work.
July 11th, 2005 #27
Wow, I didn't know you were this good.
The last one..If the light is coming from the top, shouldn't the opper parts of the mask be alot lighter? Also, I agree with mike about that shadow.
Looking foward to seeing the finnished result.
July 11th, 2005 #28
hey, what's up man? i'm digging these renderings. you're showing alot of improvement. have you tried doing a scene yet? like a full illustration? i'd like to see your story telling skills with this style. your practice is paying off too man. stuff is looking great.
July 11th, 2005 #29
July 11th, 2005 #30
Looking good intern. Nice to see a new sketchbook from ya.