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September 18th, 2005 #1
AmishCommy's SB - update: 05/22 (Progress Report on various paintings)
originally wanted to have my Studio Journal moved to this thread but i guess its better to start off a new one. Maybe this will get me sketching more.
Here are some gems i'm actually happy with from the Society of Illustrators Jazz Sketching:
poo i got more but my camera is being janky right now. i'll post tomorrow.
Edit: here's another one i was able to weasel out of my poopy camera:
Last edited by AmishCommy; May 22nd, 2007 at 02:45 PM.
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Beautiful stuff! The one on the left is my favourite, lady on the bottom is done so nice.
Post more please.
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September 18th, 2005 #5
omg youre like the best drawer ever. super good!!
September 21st, 2005 #6
madplanet - ya she was sitting on a red cloth and i love that color a little too much. its way too distracting, but then again the figure itself turned out pretty poopy so maybe its a good thing its distracting.
winjer - i got's to show off for the fans. You missed out a fun night. School can wait. Nells and I came up with a system to make the tarp our bitch.
weee - new batch from the SI Jazz session:
and an old one from July:
September 21st, 2005 #7
shit, rock on with these watercolors.
Very expressive lines and shapes.
September 21st, 2005 #8
So glad to see you starting another sketchbook here. I gotta sit next to you one day at the SOI drawing session and watch you draw. You are so loose and expressive...but I won't go on. You know how I feel about your sketches..(i love em)
I got an Egon Schiele book for my birthday called Drawings and Watercolors. It's awesome..you would really appreciate it I think.
can't wait to see more mate
September 22nd, 2005 #9
Damn good work man, I'm glad you started a book here bud. The confidence you have in the looseness of your painting style is evident... it was great to meet you bro, and hopefully it'll happen again soon.
September 23rd, 2005 #10
Awesome stuff russian, keep this up and you should wind up running your own gallery!
"There isn't anyone in the world right now that I don't hate."
September 23rd, 2005 #11
dude ,, these are sweet,,, I guess all of that life drawing in the park and on the subways is paying off,,,,,, are you guys still doing the subway sketch group???? I am back from my summer place and really want to get some a' pleine air type shit,,, get back to me if the thing is still going,,,,,,I will be able to come a lot... keep on posting cuz this life drawing is great, like tony the tiger would say,,,,,,, one last thing,,,, are you attending any life drawing courses in the city???? if so where, I am going occasionally to the minerva durham studio and it is okay,, but if you know of some better stuff,, tip me off, guy,, okay bye
September 23rd, 2005 #12
thanks to all: Diego, That fat kid
Scott: - Schiele is like a god to me. being compared to him is the greatest ego boost anyone can give me.
Cody: - thanks a lot man. hopefully i can fill this with other things besides watercolors.
Aviv: - yeah right.
codakromek: (tony? right?) - Subway Sketch Group happening every sunday. This Sunday will be even better. I'll be at the Pond early with my easel and oils. here is the INFO on the event.
October schedule will be a little weird. October 2dn i'm helping pack theSpectrum show at the SI. and October 16th i'll be down in florida (hopefully with some luck i'll be able to get the gallery i worked at to pick up these watercolors and sell them for ridiculous amounts to stupid rich people) but the rest of you are more than welcome to come out and draw without me. I never wanted this thing to be dependant on me.
as far as life drawing goes. Jazz Sessions every tuesday at the SI (128 E. 63rd St. and Lex.) and the 3rd thursday. $12 ($6 with student id) gets you 3 hours of drawing beautiful models amongst the greatest illustrations history has to offer and a great Jazz band every night. They also have a Bar where you can get wasted (for a price though)
September 23rd, 2005 #13
you could sell your stuff here i think. You have to go to city hall or something and get htis certificate of authority or something for free and youre allowed to harass people on the street trying to sell them stuff. I have a friend at school who sux and makes like $200 a week doing that.
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September 25th, 2005 #15
did this last night on OC (my comPOOter has too much shit on it to run PS) took just over an hour. I'll try to finish it up one of these night. then i'll put up the .wpe file.
September 25th, 2005 #16
September 25th, 2005 #17Registered User
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you dont know how much i love those watercolors. great stuff bro. we should oc sometime.
October 5th, 2005 #18
Van - thanks dude
Pat - you too, thanks for tha compliments. I'm totally down for some OC action, just have to find (make) the time.
and now for some update:
here are the watercolors from the SI thang on September 27th:
And last night's hackery.
October 5th, 2005 #19
these are getting better. are you paying more attention to the warm/cool alternation?
The newer ones seem to have more of a sense of form. Might just be because thats what im learning about though. Im gonna photoshop the shredder mask on that one i told you later. But im tired now
October 6th, 2005 #20
i never get tired of your life sketches...ever
i hope i can chill with you soon and some sketchin in the near future (being a daddy is tough!)
peace bro..talk to ya soon
October 11th, 2005 #21
That fat kid - thanks dude, Schille anywhere in the vicinity of my name is a huge ego boost.
Shiraj, Scott - thanks as well. Sunday was awesome. I don't know about you two but i was so inspired by Tiffany's work that i decided to totally jack her imagination and do a version of her CHARACTER. Hopefully she aproves. I kinda forgot to sleep and spent something like 2 hours on this on OC last night (now i pass out at work). it's sad.
October 11th, 2005 #22
Hey Commy, nice stuff. You really have to loosen up though...stop cramping up! Just kidding. I admire your ability to be so loose, as I am a bit of a coward in that regard. I just can't leave it alone until it's all tightened up.
I really dig the pregnant females, you really brought across the mass and weight effectively. You seem a bit more ambitious with color in OC somehow, maybe because it doesn't cost you any paint? lol
Cheers, and see you @ the SoI tonight.
Balaskas' Sketchbook Dump
October 11th, 2005 #23
nice stuff I like the lifely feeling you know to bring into your works
October 11th, 2005 #24
I'm not bullshitting or saying this cause we know each other...I really believe you have some of the strongest life-drawings on this entire forum. It's rare to see so much information in such a loose, expressive style. I cannot say enough good things.
- Tiffany's character redo is looking sweet! Yeah..she rocks, and it's only a matter of time I think with her...she's gonna do well.
I picked up this David Mack Kabuki comic yesterday...it's just a collection of watercolors and shit. He does some stuff in there, that I really think I could see you producing fo your illustrations. Especially now that you are doing these watercolors from life (preggo looks awesome by the way) -
If everything goes well...I plan on coming the 23rd...I'll bring it if ya like.
October 12th, 2005 #25
whats on the 23rd? Also you need to tighten up arkady. Im sick of this loose crap. You need to do some bargue drawings and copies of plaster casts. Thats real art. Not this hippie tree hugging crap.
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nice oc guy, the last batch of figures is looking sweet as well. Some in my favsfolder.
October 12th, 2005 #29
this new batch from tonight i fiddled with the levels a bit. But yeah, my camera is on its last leg, and my scanner is not much better.
Tonight's (tried to show off for Tony Bennett, succeeded just on the last one):
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these watercolors look great. it reminds me of charles reid's watercolor book on figures. it makes me want to do more traditional painting.