Woooowwww Thats REALLY AWSOME, (really GET ZBRUSH )
Really great haha, only good words.. KEEP IT UP!
Nice, What Class is this ?
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Dile: Thanks man, the model I had for this sculpture was a really old man, he had to be in his 70s at least, he was a really nice guy.
Mr_S_14: this was for a Figurative sculpture class, I'll also be going to the class this summer, This is my first figurative sculpture experience, looking forward to more in the future.
More creature concepts for PX, just finished a stetchbook with these last few sketches, c & c are welcome. More to come thats for sure. Going to be doing some tablet work also so watch out for that, .
Damn, you really have the crosshatching down those monsters are delightful they are only topped by that sculpture of yours
So, are you going to specialise in figures or what?
wow, darktwin. LOVE your sculpture. and that really was your first one? cool. looking forward to the result of your summer class!
from your latest creatures i actually like the first one most. as a sketch and as a design. like those feet, very unusual, i think. and the arm/hand just came out great. really cool. see you around! cheers
Dile:np dile, glad I can help, thanks for helping with the tablet tips man, its all about sharing knowledge.
Ashrumm:thanks bro, yeah I'll be working on the tablet soon.
Faust: THanks man, no I just haven't gotten around to doing much else like prosepective, it will happen though, you'll see.
Stine:Thanks, your work is truely amazing, your portraits are awesome, thanks for the inspiration.
Here are some quick torso studies on toned paper, really trying to understand the structure of the torso from front to back, these studies took longer than I thought they would, but they usually do. For the rendering I just through down some quick lines to show the direction of light. Had fun doing these and I learned a lot from them,especially the back studies. My refreneces were mostly mentlers work, with a touch of bridgeman on the side, . I'm going to do a few longer back studies soon, thanks for viewing, Will have an update soon.
Good studies... and that sculpture looks giant!!! really cool job for the first one.. Good Torso anatomy I just thinck that the form Is Pushing down to much... its too large and thin the back, just an opnion..Hugs ( sorry my bad english )
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thanks so much for the kind reply, darktwin. right back at ya. oh, i forgot to ask: how big is that skulpture of yours?
like that torso studies a lot, althought some of them seem a little exagerated (spelling? sorry...). first and second page are my favourites. looking forward to see more! cheers,
Ledd:Thank you for your opinion Ledd, very much appreciated, crits are always welcomed, yeah the back studies was more of an exercise on structure of the muscles in the back, trying to get it in my head the make up of the back.
Stine:the sculpture is 1/3 the size of human scale, so its about 24 inches or 2 feet tall. Thanks for the link, I downloaded a lot of master works I'm going to be working from. I'm excited to do some of these studies on the tablet. gotta configure some brushes, cheers.
Here are a few more back studies from Barcsay, love his rendering style, first one I tried with what I know and the second one I followed more closely to his style, I learned a lot from these two studies.
I love those back-studies. From the last two, I, however, like the last the most. In the first, the triceps looks kind of odd. And the muscles in the secondone read better as muscles and are less blobby.
Great studies man!
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