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July 20th, 2005 #1
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Hello there, I've mustered the courage to create a sketchbook here. I Hope you can note my improvement througout the book, some of these are from waaaaaay back, but I decided to show them. Please feel encouraged to comment or ask questions.
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October 9th, 2005 #6
i see u r putting the work in. all thats payin off.
cool beans to you...my friend.
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October 9th, 2005 #7
Perhaps you will slap me in the face for this but.... some more anatomy?
overall its good, real good. but still. It's something they allways telle me to look after so here I am passing the word. perhaps you allready know it but search voor adrew loomis' books . or just saveloomis.org
October 10th, 2005 #8
Hey thanks for your comments guys, I really appreciate them, keep them coming!
I'll be sure to get some anatomy sketches done, next thing I do.
Heres some recent stuff before I photograph all my larger peices.
some features of the face
and two fun ones from some time ago:
October 10th, 2005 #9
Really nice studies dude - keep going
MY SKETCHBOOK - http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...4&page=6&pp=60
My Blog - http://andrewleysketches.blogspot.com/
October 10th, 2005 #10
Keep doing those studies, you're on the right track! The last two character designs are looking good too, they're quite original.
October 10th, 2005 #11
October 31st, 2005 #12
Thankyou AndrewLey, Olsen, and FlaskPost, you have no idea how much it means to me that I'm getting feedback.
I decided I need some more work on my characters and humans and all that, so heres a couple pics until I can find my damn digicam and photograph my larger work:
This is my concept for a different kind of mage. Instead of using a staff or wand, he's enchanted these giant bracers/gauntlets.
And some digital work (painted with a mouse...need a friggin tablet...) It's just a close up of his face that I reworked and I hope to color. Still need to finish it
November 8th, 2005 #13
January 16th, 2006 #14
Sorry, I Havn't updated for some time
heres some stuff from my slides I'm applying to college and whatnot:
vase still life
an attempt at a self portrait (i dont like it)
texture studies, hard to see
More Sculture stuff
Pile O' books
Wierd Still life
a drawing inspired by Marko
having trouble digi painting, whihc ones better?
Last edited by Eytan; February 24th, 2006 at 07:11 PM.
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February 8th, 2006 #17
haha yah where's the mallows?! thanks for the comment. i like your all your latest stuff a lot! especially the guy on #12 and inspiration. really thourough. it's tilted about 2 degrees clockwize though.
did you get a tablet or still using a mouse? i thinks the second one is better because it is less sketchy those marks in the first one are too random and don't help to describe the form. the rock on bottom left of the first one is great tho, real strong. i thingk if you put that one on the second pic and toned it down to match the rest in hue and vibrancy. and clean up the left most rock with it's scribbles. those are really good by the way.
February 12th, 2006 #18
nice stuff. I really like the last design, very trippy and love the ink work. I also like the still life with the skulls, good use of core shadowing.
February 12th, 2006 #19
Nice work..I like your shading.
February 12th, 2006 #20
Your pen bursting at the seams with everything you love to draw is easily my fave. Loads of great contrasting line values and tone teamed with a real zest of activity.
Although your life drawings are well toned they still seem a bit stiff on the page. I think it might be because when you've drew them you've used an outline and then drew to the outline. The result is that they look a bit cut out and stuck on with nice sharp outlines and varying tonal values everywhere else. This is very familiar to me because I used to do the same thing at school as well! What I suggest doing is using a light pencil to draw a three dimensional representation of your object and then you can build your tonal values across the whole of the object at the same time rather than working your way up/across.
Hope you can post some stuff more regularly in future and I'll look out for it.
Last edited by Knowledge; February 21st, 2006 at 12:43 PM.
February 13th, 2006 #21Registered User
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Nice sketches there Quick_Sketch. I really like that "Inspiration" piece. Keep it up bro.
February 15th, 2006 #22
awesome studies mate. Keep thos estudies comign. you're really improving in your values whcih i can see is having an immediate effect on your character development/sketches
February 16th, 2006 #23
I applied to college
WOW YOU GUYS ROCK! 7 COMMENTS!
Thankyou all sooooo much. It is so great to get some feedback and comments, it really helps me boost my confidence and now I'm drawing more! Keep them coming!
Guggenmaneuver- Thanks alot, I really liked them too. I applied to Otis today with those and some more. And about those marshmallows...
I got em in all colors! You'll have to share tho.
Pennington- thanks so much! I fixed the drawing (i think) and yes I did get a tablet finally, a nice one too. I'll definately rework those rocks.
Orozc0- thanks alot, dude. I was going for something trippy and something that just flowed.
Katsgod- thankyou, man.
Knowledge- thanks alot, I like that one alot too. I see what you are talking about, there was always something i couldn't put my finger on that bothered me about some of my stuff. I think you hit it right on the head.
Gmags- thankyou, I'll try!
Koshime- thanks alot, thanks for dropping by to comment!
Some okay updates:
Trying to redo that knight again.
Perspective drawing of a sinister looking temple
Reptile warrior.. i dunno
Winter mage suited for cold weather, lots of fun fabric and details
so yeah thanks again guys. I hope i get into otis...
Last edited by Eytan; February 20th, 2006 at 08:09 PM.
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February 20th, 2006 #25
yes. the mallows! woot! thanks for the crit. i've been thinking a lot about lines lately. your paints are lookin good too. your values are getting real good too. can't crit much.
February 24th, 2006 #26
February 24th, 2006 #27Registered User
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Nice colors on your latest piece there Quick_Sketch! Your progressing nicely dude. Keep on truckin bro!
February 25th, 2006 #28
Yeah, I'm liking the bust painting with tempra. Its great because you don't seem so concerned with the clearness of the your line. But in after thought There might not even be anything too apparent about the starkness of lines if you put them against something other than a white backdrop.
When you draw a line remember it is definitely going to cause a shadow of some sort somewhere. The shadows give every individual line depth. You're shadows seems a bit clear cut and so your bust is really refreshing because it totally shows what kind of stuff we're going to see you doing in future.
April 30th, 2006 #29
Hey Eytan. I'm especially impressed with your still lifes. You make the opacity of the glass look very accurate, keep up the good work, I see great improvements throughout this thread. BTW thanks for stopping by my sketchbook! Hope to see you soon.
May 1st, 2006 #30
hey! sorry i didn't come back here for a while. thanks a lot for dedicating a great piece to me! only you should post more!