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August 31st, 2006 #157
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Cheers for the replies!
Jackwhat: Thanks, man. I've been trying to get more dynamism and flow into my figures so I'm glad that's coming across. In terms of studying anatomy, I've found it takes constant study and practice in order to improve and to memorise new and moer detailed information. And if you've identified where you're going wrong then that's half the battle won. Just concentrate on correcting those errors whenever you draw figures until you've killed that particular bad habit. With the colour studies, they're about 30 mins on average. Some a bit longer, but generally getting quicker as I've got a bit more confident with colours.
Kalango: Thanks very much!
rblitz7: Ta! Nowhere near where I want to be with my figures, but making progress and that's what matters.
Here's a few bits and pieces:
Some doodles in Painter:
Quite liked the insect one so had a go colouring it:
Generic doodles. These are getting a bit stale:
Couple more colour studies. I need to start testing myself by doing some non-ref environments....
That's all for now.
September 14th, 2006 #159
cool stuff nick, the doodles really are not getting old mate: the improvement may seem subtle but the sophistication you are acheiving in your faces and char designs is really something in the last few sheets.
good to see you playing areound with a wider variety of stuff. love the beatle thingy!
nice paints too mate.
September 14th, 2006 #160
ps: this one rocks!
September 14th, 2006 #161
you so very much rule - thanks for posting.
love those color studies!
September 15th, 2006 #162Registered User
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Haven't been here in a long time. I've been missing out!
Really good stuff. Fab designs, but your faces and portraits are especially sweet. I'd probably want to see more colored pieces just to amp up the pages. But all in all, beautiful stuff.
September 15th, 2006 #163
your no ref studies have very good anatomy and contruction. Very impressive. I just got a wacom and am baffled my how people can scetch so well with it. take care.
September 15th, 2006 #164
Cheers for the kind words!
Cakeypigdog: Thanks buddy! I feel a bit stale in myself doing those characters. Need to leave them for a while.
Jens: Thanks man! Really like your book too. You've come on in leaps and bounds since I saw your stuff at the workshop (You remember chatting and doodling with me a bit?). Paris? Gawd, I wish. I live in Nottingham which is regularly voted the worst/most dangerous place to live in the UK...
lukavi: Wow! Thanks a ton for checking out my little book. I'm a hooge fun of your stuff. Yeah, I definitely want to do more colour stuff - just need to build up my confidence a bit.
Blahm: Thanks! I find drawing straight on the computer a bit tough as well, but the charcoal pencil brush in Painter 9 feels very analog and satisfying to me. Check it out.
Here's a quick update. A couple of thumbnails for the CHOW. Didn't really follow the brief very well. Just drew some robots. Which is nice:
Have a good weekend all!
Last edited by oishiiniku; September 15th, 2006 at 12:25 PM.
September 15th, 2006 #165
September 15th, 2006 #166
he he nice stuff mate, we should OC some day for sure,
Im aways impressed by how you construct heads!
you still could add more cold.warm shifts on your color
work, but overall your doing a good work, cant
wait for a full no ref enviro made by you, see ya!
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September 27th, 2006 #167
i eventually found this on page ten.
pull your finger out!
September 27th, 2006 #168
September 27th, 2006 #169Registered User
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great stuff, its good to see a range of subject/media. keep working the shapes (both internal and external) of your figure, looking great so far!