Hey faust, just thought I'd pop in and take a look at your inpirational work, good stuff, like the digi speedies you recently did, great work man, those enviornments at the top are awesome man, I'll check back in soon, can't wait for the next update.
@Chisa: Well, I wouldn't think of thing you or others do. That's why we all are different I guess
@purb: Thanks man! I already subscribed to that threat btw but didn't find the time to do all the tasks yet Or even remotely understand the lessons given there haha!
@Jofx: Nah, didn't have mastered it. There are tons of people on these forums who master the pen gazillion times better than me. But I apprechiate the heads up
@Dile: Sent you a PM dude! So just thx for your reply. And keep getting better.
@Darktwin: Next update, right on sir!
Well, times ahead are promising nothing but shitloads of work for me. Writing my masterthesis and several other papers I have yet to do will leave me typing to the next day for the next 3 months i suppose. And with almost all my creative flow (or drops) going into the thunderdome entry, I won't be able to pull much work of for this scetchbook. I don't even have the strengh to scan something.
So crappy speed-PS-shit will do:
Actually I delete those drawings all the time but not today. The task I give myself is to try to think with the fingers. It's something like carving the figure out of the mess on canvas. The funny thing is, it feels like the subject was always there and my (digital) brush is just ment to clean up the surroundings
I know it sounds cliché and in no way justified considering this:
Have fun laughing and pointing fingers at me, see you in a couple of weeks *sigh*
wow, those postures are beautiful, as for the paints, I don't really know as I'm not too good at it myself, but one thing that helps me is visualize what I'm going to do before I do it. I just picture the color and form of the subject in my head, then go for it. Picture where the shadow and highlights will be. Think form. But, hey, I shouldn't be talking .
Like, that you have a varied interest in what to study. Dig especially your architecture and stillife studies. You oughta watch your line econommy at your penscetches though. They look fuzzy and hairy at times.
Hey faust, nice portrait study, the structure is looking right, my only crit is that the lips don't seem to give the illustion of rapping around the form of the face. The lips look a little flat, keep them coming man