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July 28th, 2007 #691
Hive_minD: Hey Chris. Thanks for those kind words. Had almost forgotten how well it feels to post and to get feedback.
bumskee: Hey friend. Thanks man, catch ya on msn.
MayaSan: Hej Maria. Thanks, glad you like it, I'll do more and more and more of them
The guy with the horns has nothing to do with Vill-Vallareman (John bauer ill). But idea sprung something in my head, thanks, just keep on talking and giving me ideas. I ahd to do that studie of Vill-Vallareman, John Bauer has a fantastic way of incorporation lines with colors and creating depth without strong lightsources.
Thanks again Maria.
liam.c: Thanks for the encouraging.
hurricane: Rumbely bumbely bear. When you get the time you got to give me some bonehard critiq. I knwo you got it within you. But first you get settled in England and Creative Assembly
notic: Thanks for the kind words.
TheGnoll: Thanks tou so much, warms my heart
timpaatkins: Thanks Tim. Glad you swung by. Your doing very well yourself.
Yeah, more peintings would be nice. Got stuck with some things that need work first.
Good choice Zorn is fantastic, I found a very nice watercolour painting at Bukowskis website, high-quality. Look in thier catalog and search for zorn.
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July 28th, 2007 #692
July 29th, 2007 #693
Amazing improvement over a short period of time. Five Stars.
The skulls are sex.
July 29th, 2007 #694
DanielC: yeah, studies from life really help the mind break down habbits and keeps the eye open to see new things, and there by discovering.
Thanks for droping by mate. Got and crits on anatomy or value?
HunterKiller_: Thanks for the kind words, and please don't have sex with my skulls...
July 29th, 2007 #695
July 29th, 2007 #696
well, you seem to have a good handle on values, even though you could add a few darker spots for depth and composition. But keep them rare !! Using them too much would flatten and brake the focal point (unless you don't need the latter).
It's pretty much the same for the highlights. Somethings tells me you already know all this, but i just wanted to make sure and emphasize on these points because they're pretty important... (even though i do forget them )
As for anatomy, you seem to know enough to make it good, but is it enough for what you want ? Keep studying alot, that'll pay off for sure, and do as much imaginary stuff (if not more) to make it your own.
It's not really a crit, and it's again something you know, but imo it's one of those ways that give you a certain efficiency and confidence for what you aim.
August 11th, 2007 #697
Bumskee: hey man, thanks. Yeah, I've got to play more with the lightning. creating shadows. And playing with the contrast even more. Bur damn, I need something else than this moleskin... why don't they do them in A4?
DanielC: Yeah, I knew that, bur damn it feelt good to hear again
And I think you're onto somehting about the anatomy, I have to dare more and try to remember what I've studied and make something out of it.
Thanks for those words Daniel. If you got more wisdom, just pour it out.
I've been away for a dew weeks, done little drawing. Mostly working, meeting friends, listening to music and so on.
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September 20th, 2007 #702
Hey man, how are u doing?
Great that you're going to Florence Academy of Arts in Gothenburg, it's going to be awesome to follow your development this year
Oh and by the way, your sketchbook look very nice, you're taking alot of steps forward!
September 20th, 2007 #703
My lawd! You're still goin' like a machine, aren't ya! Sorry I've been such a stranger... The dynamic poses have some suh-weet lines! I'm a fan!!
Good luck at the academy, and don't forget us neither... post stuff you do when you're there!
October 10th, 2007 #704Explorer's descendant
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Great work you've got here, it clearly shows an improvement from when you started.
Those studies from people dancing and the likes are from real life of from photographs?
October 13th, 2007 #705
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November 17th, 2007 #707
Hey you, great stuff Now update more you lazy bastard!
No, just joking. Your anatomy is getting so great, as is your linework. But I think you need to work on not making some very stiff when you go to finish
You tighten up the poses a lot, and lose some of the life in them. Try to keep the flow you have when you do quick quick sketches!
Mer! Mer! Superbra!
(And no more slavedriving on my LJ! I'm in frikkin uni! you know how hard they work us there? Oh wait, you do.. never mind )
November 17th, 2007 #708
Your loose drawings are great! I love big long sketchbooks like this; going back to the beginning and seeing where somebody started. You've done a buttload of getting better in twenty or so months.
I was once on the receiving end of a critique so savagely nasty, I marched straight out of class to the office and changed my major (sketchbook).
November 17th, 2007 #709
November 24th, 2007 #710
great news about you getting to Gothenburg Bad news you won't be updating
teckna nu till ögonen svider och du får valkar på fingrarna blunda en gång och fortsätt
ha det gott
My sketchbook flawed to the max page 5
Ps:Hope you understand my English.
Remember my advices taste best with a grain of salt.
December 19th, 2007 #711
Oh, some people have to wait a long time for an answer. I'm finally back home again. Time for a small update. Some figure drawings and my first bargue.
Nikoh: I'm just fine, never been better. Nice to have a holiday and some rest.
Yeah I hope I can show you all some progress from my education. In time. Thanks.
dCepT: Hey Fredrik, I'm back. Time for a small update.
We got to meet up and have some fun drawing soon, it's not like we're far away from eachother Catch ya soon!
Dan_Grr: Late answer, they are from photographs, hard to get people to hold that pose for long in life. But still, great to do studies and widen the library a little more.
Teh Gosu: Thanks man!
nthombed: Thanks, kind words!
fixx: Yo there batgirl. Time for update.
Got that crit, haven't done anything about it, but I got it. Catch you on msn soon.
Stoat: Thanks, felt good to read. Yeah, I like big long sb with loads of progress to, I won't quite this one in a while. As long as the employers doesn't find it, then I'm screwed
DanielC: Hey Daniel, hope you swing by now when I update, I'll give you a shout on msn now when it's holiday. Maybe you have some time over to.
I'm still checking your sb from time to time, love the eye-candy.
Talk to you soon!
Mindflaw: Eric, hi. Glad you swung by. Yeah, I'm drawing till my eyes fall asleep. Not good quality stuff though Heres the update.
Far from all of my figure drawings. But they're my favorites. I'll update with some pages from my sketchbook, and my long poses later.
December 19th, 2007 #712
I've seen them before, but this is cool shit! (trying out some new smilies). Are you back up north now since you finally scanned them? I had my last test yesterday, so nice to have "vacation" (working right now).
Keep the up. Are you climbing the walls yet? Not being able to draw lifedrawing for 4h every day? Or did you get a life instead?
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December 24th, 2007 #719
I really enjoy the amount of detail in this drawing. Bloody brilliant. How long did it take? And what medium did you use?
For some unknown reason, these two really appeal to me. I believe that they both could become extraordinary if they just had more detail and render to them... like allot of your other character sketches like these
Overall I am mighty impressed by your drawings. Love entering you SB!
December 27th, 2007 #720
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