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Hi. I am 20, a Business Student at SFU, Burnaby British Columbia. I've been following Conceptart.org for quite awhile but had been too shy to share my stuff. Anyways... here's some of my stuff from Jan to present of 2005.
The top left guy was drawn from National Geographics but the fancy stuff around him (or her, I couldn't tell) and the cloth were conceptualized by me.
Used reference for Skeleton.
Pen from National Geographics pictures.
Too lazy to ink it all.
Last edited by threeeyesworm; February 24th, 2008 at 06:22 PM. Reason: Update
Dont be shy This is a very nice start!
NIce pencil work and a lot of cool designs. I like a lot of it.
Seems like you the anatomy down pretty solid. Some of these are really well done!
Hope to see more soon and welcome here dude!
great imagination here man. love your shading.
keep em coming
I my girlfriend & my book of sketches
Thanks for the kind comments you guys. If you guys have ANY critiques PLEASE post it.
Here's what I drew today.... Don't want to draw it anymore. ><
Grr, photobucket.com makes pictures so small. Anyone know of anything else I can use?
Last edited by threeeyesworm; May 13th, 2005 at 02:55 AM.
inking to die for
Good energy and concentration ~~~ try for a little variety in your line work ~~~ think about what the line is doing ~~~ talk to yourself when draw to stay focused ~~~ this line is coming at me ' now it is going away ' here it starts to go over this cylindrical form ' it goes up over around behind and back out the other side ' this form is coming at me ' this line is going away ' here it goes through a shadow area ' then a light area ~~~ remember your line is describing the terrain is going moving over around and through and not just inclosing and area to be shaded. Actually it some be a map to let you know where your planes are and where your darks should go. I think you have a good start or I would not have spent the time to leave this feedback!
Hi It's been awhile since I first posted. I have decided to post my stuff again. Mostly it is because I went away for military training in the summer. It was great fun but my drawing skills went downhill for awhile.
Mentler, sorry for this REALLY late reply but I really appreciate your criticism. Line variation is something I know I should work on, however, I still don't know how to approach it. I have been practicing what you have suggested. But what I find really difficult is line variation/shading for textures. Any advice on that?
Here are some stuff ranging from June to present.
The scanner at school was not all that great but it will do.
I will scan more tomorrow
I absolutely love the last sketch of that couple and the sketch of that character two sketches before with the wicked helmet!
It seems in the last sketch though that that guy's hips are a little too narrow? Makes him feel a little too feminine, which would work, except that he's got broad shoulders... At least in my eyes!
I saw the flowers die
grand beauty turn to dust
under wings of cold white death
madplanet, you are too kind saying that this is good for 20 year old. There are 18 year olds that are better than me. ><
Autarkis, I thought of the same thing of the hips at the time as well but I thought he looked a bit cartoony so I didn't fix it. Besides, I am really lazy when it comes to erasing things. Most of the time I don't use erasers at all.
I scanned more.
Just trying out different styles of faces.
This is probably one of my favorite random-line piece.
I really liked drawing this one, but once I got to the background, I was like... omg what do I do now..... But now I look at it some more, I plan on going back and finish it. Gah, I should actually FINSH some drawings eh? (That's right, I said eh, it's not as ugly as people make it sound to be unless you say it every third word.)
I really don't like this one but at the same time, I think there's something to it. Maybe I am kidding myself.
A bit more!
This was the CHOW I did for the Degenesis one but never finished it.
Could you explain to me why you are a buisness student, and not in an art program?
Your work is stellar!
midway amusement games
whow man, there is a lot of improvement goin on here, seriously!! I really like your stuff, so nice and loose but try to push this looseness even more. really cool, I'll keep on visiting this place
Don't kid yourself, dude. You have some skill and passion going on here that a lot of artists twice your age don't have. Besides, there will always be somebody better than you or me or anyone for that matter. There's some 10 year olds that can draw better than I can! You just have to be true to yourself.
I know you said that you want to finish some of these last ones, but they are interesting as just sketches, too. I like to look at the unfinished stuff, seeing what has the potential to emerge. Thanks for sharing.
Is it just me, or do you seem to always get tired before getting to the feet? Since, I think, none of these have "finished" feet...
Yes-yes, they are sketches, but I don't know, it's kind of disappointing to scroll down and constantly see that you have only suggested the feet, and not given them even half the detail the rest of the drawing has.
mhovland, it's because i want to start my own comic book business. However, nowadays am beginning to realize that the business program at my school isn't really a entrepneur/innovative program.... So I am having second thoughts. Thanks for the compliment but i think it's a bit exaggerated.
Gloominati, thanks for the compliment.
madplanet, Oh yes, though I might not be technically better at drawing than some people but I will find a way to outshine them!
I understand what you mean by they are interesting as sketches but it kinda gets old... so one of my goals is to make them look more finished. It will be nice to actually realize that potential.
dmitri, you are absolutely right. Feet is probably one of the things I concentrate on the least. I do get tired of drawings... >< It's one of the problems I am trying to fix... But another reason why I don't go into feet is because I don't usually include them in my compositions. Perhaps i should....
Here's some more:
These are from June.
This one sucks but I think it's funny... hehe.
Gah I liked this when i first started it but the proportions got all wrong. >< But it was fun to draw nonetheless.
Last edited by threeeyesworm; December 3rd, 2005 at 03:32 AM.
Here are some life drawings I did this semester. Around October I think.
And a happy accident!
Here's the original: 10 mins
But I like the print more.
Last edited by threeeyesworm; December 4th, 2005 at 02:24 PM.
Three more before I head off to bed...
These are from around September I think.
This lady was stunning.
This was originally 5 mins but I went back and drew more details.
I only like the face for this one. The arm is too plain and the torso is waaaaay too long.
It would have been better if I had more time.
10 or 15 mins cant remember.
This was from national geographics. I plan on going back and finishing it.
Last edited by threeeyesworm; December 3rd, 2005 at 03:31 AM.
Hey there! Do you remeber me from the E-force-project? I must say that it seems like you've improved quite a lot since then, this stuff is great!
Really awesome progression, those charcoal drawings are first-class!!!
One crit - push the values in your pencil work - try pushing the shadows/ midtones half a step darker just so you get more contrast with the white paper. Just remember that dark marks will draw more attention so put them down where you think their necessary.
Hope this helps.
kapturowski, Hey! Oh man! It's been slightly over a year since we last talked. It was actually YOU who introduced me to this site! Thanks man, but I am not improving fast enough yet. >< You should update your sketchbook!
Warground Zer0, I know what you mean. >< I have become aware of that problem since I've been self-teaching values for the past few months. I think part it is due to my pencil. I have to push REALLY hard in order to get darker values. I am thinking of using various pencils in order to get better values. But I find changing medias break my flow... but I need to get use to it. It's actually one of the reasons why I am so awkward at painting. Painting = something I want to learn so bad but absolutely newbie in...
A few more scans. Also from October-ish.
10 mins.... The texture was accidental. It was actually because it was the last piece of paper in my paper pad and because of that, the board that I was drawing on was imprinting these textures on my paper. So I worked with that.
Last edited by threeeyesworm; December 4th, 2005 at 02:26 PM.
threeeyesworm, cool to see you posting more frequently. I'm loving the life sketches with charcoal[?] The textures from the paper add to them. The pencil sketches are nice too, loose, good emotion within the characters. The lines are fluid too. Just finish something man! Cheers!
Zord, haha Alright, I will try to finish something. Just for you man.
This is going to be last of the bunch until Dec 16th because of finals.
If I post more pictures than this.... it means I am slacking and that's not good. ><
This is a girl from my life drawing club. She is SO. AMAZINGLY. GORGEOUS & BEAUTIFUL. Drawing her was just heavenly. Don't worry, I wasn't stalking her, she knew I was drawing her.
Yea I know, my picture doesn't do her justice. But I get nervous drawing gorgeous ladies. Especially this one.
Here's a random one:
This was from like 2 months ago.
Last edited by threeeyesworm; December 13th, 2005 at 08:10 PM.
Well, it's nice that you are so modest. Your work blows mine out of the water (Hell, I've got no buisness being in the pool with 98% of the artists here), so I will stand by my original statement.Originally Posted by threeeyeswormmhovland, it's because i want to start my own comic book business. However, nowadays am beginning to realize that the business program at my school isn't really a entrepneur/innovative program.... So I am having second thoughts. Thanks for the compliment but i think it's a bit exaggerated.
midway amusement games
Very nice charcoal lifedrawings. Seriously, these are good.
Your pencildrawings are good too, but you're better at charcoal I thing.
Perhaps its cuz pencil doesn't allow high contrasts. How about something with a black and a white pen on toned paper?