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September 14th, 2005 #27
im here with a mini update. i am currently visiting my old school,. and tehy do have a scanner so i drew 2 pages and scanned em
might draw some more for tonight
well well here they are. crits ans comments are most welcome
a series of heads
some other quick stuff
thants all for now., cya soon
Hide this ad by registering as a memberSeptember 14th, 2005 #28
the heads are looking good. you got some proportional issues on the 2nd page, so just keep practicing the anatomy, take your time on a couple studies really nailing down the proportions and shapes, then you can speed up your studies when u become more familiar with the subject
good luck with school
September 14th, 2005 #29
September 14th, 2005 #30
Good stuff man, really like that heads.
Try to work on your values. And keep up with anatomy.
Good luck and keep posting.
September 14th, 2005 #31
and here is 2 more skechtes
and thats all for tonight. hope you like them.
and another dude:
Diego: thanks man, yeah i will keep posting, but i wont be able to update untill i get a scanner agian hope there is one at my school.
September 14th, 2005 #32
you have some nice studies.
on the last one i with the guy stood in side profile, i think his head is a bit too big. the other on with the guy with the brick looks really good. good job with the heads in the post before too, some of them have character.
September 28th, 2005 #33
hey hey hey,
its been a longwhile, and i dont have much to update,
but it will since im in illustration course now.
heres the latest sketch made in photoshop.
with my freashnew wacom,
i think the head is to thin, or am i wrong? i cant nail what exatcly is wrong with it.
September 28th, 2005 #34
Decent work..here are my comments:
- I think you could benefit ALOT from "drawing through"- draw things in 3 dimensions- even the parts of the subject you cant see- this will give your images more depth and a better understanding of all the planes in any given subject (and help with mass and weight as well)
-draw bones inside- even if its just a line... it helps with construction
-keep working on your hands and faces- you got they right idea- they can be the most difficult areas
-if you are not drawing with your arm instead of your wrist- try it, it will loosen up your lines and give them more life- arm not wrist or fingers
-try loosely and quickly roughing out the entire subject before you start adding any shading- this way you can make sure your proportions are right on before investing any more time into it- try tiny thumbnails at the side of the page as well- it will give you a better understanding of things before you really get started
-this is the toughest one of all- draw what you see NOT what you THINK you see.
-keep working at it- nice job, thanks for sharing
September 28th, 2005 #35
September 29th, 2005 #36
At the moment, my crits are about the same a Hurricanes. Just keep working on anatomy, but make it fun. You have some real gems in here. I particularly like this one:
Keep em' Coming.
September 30th, 2005 #37
September 30th, 2005 #38
Ok you little bastard, well you're not so small. But waka heck.
I want to see more update's from you, now that you're starting illustration and all.
Nice work on that last update. I think you should work more on it, go further than b&w.
It doesn't look like both eyes are focusing on the same things. And I think we should be able to see a little beard on the left side.
The lips reallt stand out, you rendered them more then the rest of the drawing.
just my 2cents.
October 2nd, 2005 #39
The face has character, not too mention great proportions. Also, the shading along the features of the face give it good volume.