IILooney: Hey thanks for checking out my SB. Your comments are greatly appreciated. It's what keeps me going To answer you comment, yes I use graphic pencils ranging from 8b to 6h. I don't use anything darker than an 'f'. I don't really know why that is though. Maybe it's because I like the subtley of a light sketch. But I will take your advice and get some more work out with deeper contrast. I do have one sketch that is on page one that goes to an 8b pencil. Drop by anytime and leave me a crit. Later!
m00ftak: Thanks for dropping by my humble SB and leaving some kind words. My pencils still have a lot to be desired. I tend to stay pretty light in most my sketches. My work is never really "finished". I'm constantly moving onto new projects. I tend to doodle a lot but I rarely post them. You know, maybe I should start posting my doodles. After all this is a sketchbook section. Keep up the nice work yourself. I had a chance to go through you stuff. Very creative. Thats where I need to go with my work. Be more creative instead of just cranking out babe after babe. It's hard work drawing women all the time Anyways appreciate the crits and drop by anytime. I update frequently.
Ok I'm back, I hope everyone liked the last post. This is another piece done on PS. I decided to do a more involved piece. This had many layers to it. I did this also without the use of filters (I got a bad rap for that early on in this SB) I have learned so much by doing this piece. I hope you all like some of it at least. Leave me your honest opinions. I have included some progression art as well. I know it's kind of blurry, but I did that on purpose to create a more celestial feeling.
More to come!