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October 12th, 2005 #27
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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):
October 12th, 2005 #30Registered User
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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.
October 17th, 2005 #31
chris ocampo - thanks for the kind words. but you made me feel like a dick cause i didn't know who Charles Reid was. But then i looked him up. Thanks fo finding another guy for me to look up to and to learn from.
Well, i had some time to slack down in FL and some time to sketch. Too bad nothing good came out of it.
Here i was testing out some new watercolors i found in my stash of supples. (Flex Mathew's inspired - that's right Pat, i've been doing a bunch of scull people lately and i blame you)
Some warm ups from last Tuesday Jazz skeching:
on the Plane to FL:
evil paper can't handle my watercolors:
And on the way back from FL:
these last two were subliminally inspired by Poise (check out her character sketchbook )
i got a few more but i'm way too lazy to scan them in today.
October 18th, 2005 #32Registered User
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great painting, and great life drawings. btw, where do you go for life drawing? is it just a local art center, or what?
November 5th, 2005 #33
weeee an update - kinda let this go for a bit.
Odda - i do these figure drawings at the Society of Illustrators here in NY. every Tuesday they get a jazz band and some burlesque dancers to pose. and they have a fully loaded bar to get fully loaded. its pretty sweet. its like a lounge with naked girls and the history of illustration on the walls.
so here is a huge batch from the last 3 weeks:
November 5th, 2005 #34
you still need to take pictures of all those paintings we did weeks ago you slacker
November 5th, 2005 #35
i did, i'm cropping them as we speak.
here are the poopy oils i did today in the park:
this is the 16x20 and i worked on it for about 2.5 hours until the sun suddenly disappeared and i realized that i needed to piss like a recehorse
this here was my warm up sketch painting. took about an hour. 6x8
November 5th, 2005 #36
i love the looseness of your work and the vivid colors you use.
great figures dude.
November 6th, 2005 #37
gorgeous life studies. what kind of paper are you doing those on? doesn't look like traditional watercolor paper, is it marker paper?
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November 6th, 2005 #38Registered User
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you need to work on faces. every woman's face is hideous. and stop accentuating tits with bright reds.
you do have ability but you need work...
November 6th, 2005 #39
PLEASE list all the materials you're using.
This is inspiring stuff, man
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