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    Boiling stew, 31/7

    Hey


    It's, about time I put up some work. Like so many else I've been lurking around here for some time now.

    Finally I've managed to get my fingers out of my ass and put together enough stuff to start a sketchbook.
    Well, it's at least a beginning.

    Sorry about the scanning quality, had to do it in a haste. Maybe I'll put up better versions later.


    These two sketches made on the bus heading for a festival.

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    Some more sketches, in chronological order

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    Lots of stuff to improve.
    Need to work with a more loose pen technique and anatomy for a start.

    More to come
    Cheers!

    /Johan
    Last edited by Lunch; July 31st, 2006 at 04:40 PM.
    But I'm le tired...

    Lunch's Boiling Stew
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    Early Lunch!!

    Saw you stopped by my thread thought I would return the favor ~~~~ like the way you handle faces ‡ very sensitive ‡ seems to be a disconnect with the heavier outlines ‡ this is not necessarily a bad thing just seems to defeat some of the form u establish in the rest of the work! Anyway see some promising things in this thread!
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    Mentler:
    Thanks man, I appreciate your words.
    The sensitivity you talk about is at the same time like a border for me. Something that hinders me from getting what I want out of a picture.
    I get stuck on details and cannot see the whole.
    One more reason why I should have myself draw anatomy all day long.


    Realised I had som more work to show. First off, a 2min waiting-for-the-bus-sketch.

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    This one inspired by the present Tdome-theme. Consider it a work in progress. I might finish it.

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    /Johan
    But I'm le tired...

    Lunch's Boiling Stew
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    Looks pretty good, I must say. Nice to see'nother swedish talking user.
    I like your faces. Altho I think a little more contrast to your pics would give it a little more bite, I'd say.

    A very good start.
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    I'm embarrased of how long it's been since my last update. Will try to update more often from now on, I promise.


    Older work

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    Recent OC-sessions

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    This is supposed to be Audrey Tatou, though I didn't put much effort into making her face look photorealistic. It's more of a color study.

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    After this weekend's croquis-sessions with the Scandinavian CA-guys I had the opportunity to draw some more gestures. So, this is the result of the gesturelessons then. Hope you excuse the bad photo-quality

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    Finally I've begun to draw more, and feel more secure in what I draw.

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    But I'm le tired...

    Lunch's Boiling Stew
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    well done,your coming along,please avoid too many construction lines,it makes your drawings hard to read. *or at least draw the constuctions lines a little lighter*
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    Great progress!
    I see all of Pernillas superpower just flowing out from your pencils - keep it coming!!
    And you should put up more of those little landscape studies, the one from the bus stop is great. I can feel the calm and the sound of that branch moving slowly - won't that stupid bus come soon?????

    L says "Hi and keep at it".

    /Maya San
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    NOOB: Oh, I second that

    Maya: More landscapes it is then! Is it next wednesday on Carmen? I look forward to see you guys again!



    Bought myself a pocket-sized sketchbook this weekend and here are some of the results!


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    Have one picture that resizes itself all the time when I try to upload it on my Photobucket account. And it ain't more than 480kB, strange. Anyone who knows how to fix it?

    Have loads of gesture-sketches lying around, guess I should take some photos of them..
    But I'm le tired...

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    I think all images over 250kb resize themselves on photobucket

    Very nice progress after sweden, man! Diggin' on the moleskine-stuff (it is a moleskine, isn't it?)

    Keep 'em coming!

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    Lunch, good stuff here man! I especially like the sketch in the small book with the woman, cool design, cool everything! Your faces are your strongest work, lots of emotion. Just show us more sketches so we can have some dinner. Cheers!
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    good stuff. Such a shift from the beginning. Very promising, indeed. keep up the good work.

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    cool man, keep it up and you'll start seeing more improvements in the near future!
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    I see you're doing your anatomy, that's great. But I do agree with Zord, your strongest thing is your expressions - with or without faces acctually. So do the obligatory anatomy, but don't get lost in it (or we'll never get that dinner!)
    Yes, it's now on Wednesday at Carmen 20.00 - see you there!!
    Bring a book or some music or something else that inspire your - would be great to see some lyrics of those musicians you talked about before?

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