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    d-d-d-d-d-rawings - HUGE UPDATE - [march 31nd]

    *** NEW STUFF AT THE BOTTOM ***

    Hey!

    Well, I've been lurking around for quite a while now at CA, learning tons and have been asked by Robolus several times to finally get around to post my sketchbook junk. And thats exactly what I'll do now. I hope I can keep the thread as often updated as possible. It will force me to push even more, I hope.

    Enough talking, lets start with the good part. Looking forward to your criticism.

    [IMG]X[/IMG]


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    This is a good friend of mine who majors in illustration. The drawings is prolly over half a year old.

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    This right here is some newer stuff I made in Berlin riding the subway.


    [IMG]X[/IMG]

    More to come!!!
    Peace. Pierre.

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    good stuff, the subway sketches are the shit! lots of character in these.
    i got tons of berlin subway sketches floating around myself, not of that quality though. let's see some shading or colors, the lines look very promising!

    funny how robolus urged me to open a sketchiethread, too. i think he gets paid to recruit ca members....

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    Nice stuff, and really confident lines, which is nice to see!!
    Your style is quite contempary.
    Keep on posting! I'll check back.
    -B-

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    i love this sketchbook so far and your line is so energetic and free its crazy i reeally love the way u draw from life
    hope u can post more!

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    Great sketches! I love lineworx like that, so free but confident.
    Oh, and you r from Germany?
    Me too
    Keep it up!

    Ahoi

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    Pierre

    nice stuff. I really like your line work. it's quick and fluid and with just the simplist stroke you show form very nicely.

    i like the first one the best...love how you only colored in the notebook.

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    Helloe there! This is a v. good SB, I cant wait to see it develop and progress. Like Badger said, nice confident lines...good work.. and keep on posting, and just keep on pushing yourself to the top...Looks like you need to work on your rendering from what I have seen so far...and it would nice to see some finished lines, like the very first one..and its nice to see drawings not just on white paper. thanks for sharing..and good bye

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    Ahh, endlich Mann, wurde auch Zeit!

    Great start Pierre. Show us more, I still remember your sketchbook with the landscape and city studies - wonderful.

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    I'm loaded with energy for the rest of the day, thanks :bounce: !!

    Salut Pierre!

    I'm glad to see your stuff here! thanks, that encourages me & pushes me to do more and more...
    I like your choice? and hope to see more so fast as possible!
    :bounce:

    ellen

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    sept 23rd update

    Wow, thanks for all your comments! That really motivates to keep pushing and pushing.

    nacho - Thanks for the nice words. You should post your subway sketches! Whenever I am in Berlin I love it to draw all those people in the subway. I smiled, too when I read in you sb that Robolus made you start your own thread as well.

    Badger - Thanks! I guess that's a deal then. What do you mean with contemporary?

    Rodrigo - Sure thing - I will post more! When I came home last night and checked on my thread I was really pumped up with motivation! Thanks!

    GunTrouver - Yes, sir! I am from Germany, too. I'll be heading to Leipzig in less than two weeks. Where do you live at?

    fat kid - Yeah, we were both sitting across each other at this small kitchen table with our papers. I still cheerish that moment. Check out the drawings at the bottom - I scanned in another drawing that I made that night, when she was posing for me.

    Jason Snair - Thanks, man! I checked out your sb, and you've got some nice stuff going there, too.

    Rebecca - Hey there, thanks for the encouragement. As for the colored paper ... actually i can't remember where I got this paper from but it was really nice to draw on.

    Robolus - My friend, sorry for turning you down so often about opening a sketchbook but I'll try my best to keep this kid going and grow. About the landscape drawings - give me a day or two and I'll scan in some ish, cuz I have this stack of Spain-landscape drawings lying around here.

    ruhigblut
    - That's nice to hear! I'll be coming to Wismar on Sunday night and hang out with y'all for two or three days. So, get your drawings together, cuz I am curios to see what you've been up to.

    ***Allright, here is the small update, then.***

    [IMG]X[/IMG]
    This is Takeshi, I met him while both of us were standing in the line to get into the Goya exhibition in Berlin. Nice guy, who was so kind to write down his name in japanese next to his portrait. He was visiting friends of his in Germany and recently quit his job at a car factory.

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    That was a really quick drawing of an atelier in Leipzig, which I colored at home afterwards. Just having fun and playing around with the colors and to see how going over another color would affect it and what nice mixtures it would cause.

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    Quick gestures of people hanging around and an Italian couple who was sitting with me on the train to Berlin. Sorry for the middle part, which is left out white, but Ive got this huge sketchbook (9,5 x 13 inches) and its somehow falling apart already and I had trouble with scanning. So just think of it as a double spread in my book.

    Hope you dig it!
    Pierre

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    good solid stuff, the profile of takeshi is especially aestethic. but then again I've always had a thing for noses in profile : )

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    it's been a long time...
    man man, so lang her. Aber auch wenn ich jetzt grad nur ne handvoll skizzen von dir hier sehe, du hast dich verdammt gut gemacht. Deine Strichführung ist wunderbar anzuschauen. Ich hoffe du scannst auch noch all die Sachen aus dem gesamten letzten Jahr.

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    man, I love that watercolor one just above. that's nice

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    Steven - Habe mich auch häufig gefragt, was Du so machst, man. Wie gehts Dir sonst so? Kannst ja mal PMen.

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    I see a lot of great stuff man. Really like the lifedrawings. Very loose lines.
    Keep postin'.

    CHEERS

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    Jason - Thanks! I like this one too, actually. But probably more because of the connection I have with this. It's actually a drawing of one the ateliers in the artschool, which I am going to start my studies at soon.

    Diego - Aight, will continue posting. Thank you for the kind words.

    Well, I guess its nothing fancy for today, but I went out last night for the cultural night in my town, where cafés where opened all night, Live-Bands playing on the market, light shows and shit like that. So I got around doing this one drawing, with my new ball-point pen - besides that I just got involved into too many good conversations.

    [IMG]X[/IMG]

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    nice stuff man.
    i love it. just keep up!

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    Love that latest one. I ment contempary because it reminds me of the line work of a lot of 'fashionable' illustrators and artists at the moment, and take that as a compliment, it doesn't look like a clone, your style is till very unique.
    Love those little strokes your put in the hair and your treatment of negative space
    keep on rocking (in a senstive yet confident style) he he
    -B-

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    very enjoyable studies man - keep posting

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    Just a minor update before I'll leave for a few days.

    Again doing studies with my ball-point pen and trying to get more confident on what I see and draw. The people were peeps hanging around at a concert last night.

    [IMG]X[/IMG]

    Peace, Pierre.

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    Neat lines, cool expressions, good coloring and so on. Whats not to like about your style this is realy good old school drawing. nice!
    Hats of to you!
    I'll be back

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    Nice work. More please.

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    Hey Pierre, I like your sketching. And big sketchbooks are goody, cause you start to throw your lines at the paper instead of dipping tiny ones.

    And it seems you are from the same town as me and you are also visiting the same cafes (Jazzcafes) for drawing. Do you want to start at the HGB?

    Gimmie a hint if you are around in the "Protzendorf" and we might meet there.


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    Hello, Pierre! Wonderful, very informative sketches. People are alive in you drawings. It's pleasure to observe them. So thank you.
    Sveta Dudetta

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    ...Mensch pierre!(...altes haus! /B-)

    ...da es nun doch geklappt hat, sich in dieses schöne forum unter Uwe.R einzuloggen(beworben in newdeutsch!...WoW!)...und ich vom robert(erstes sem.-HWI!) erfahren hab das du dich hier breitmachst, dacht ich mir, gugste mal rein und schaust was der olle pierre hier so zum zeigen hochhält!
    ...und ich muss schon sagen.....net schlecht das ganze!-wirklich schöne skizzen dabei!!-schön locker und doch recht prop.-genau! ...ich hoffe das dir leipzig mehr für deine fähigkeiten als (..zeichner/maler...usw.) einbringt als das es wismar geschafft hätte!...(ich denk schon!)

    ...sodenn, erstmal genug geschleimt!-ich hoffe man hört mal voneinander! (...übers forum oder auch anderswiedie!)..würd mich freuen!

    beste grüsse+frohes fetzt aus dresden!...........der uwe!

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    WOW, these are great!!!!! I love all of these... keep on posting

    Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd

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    i think its kinda scary how many good artists there are in germany.. maybe its because its so small and it just seems like a large number because of the ratio... but still-
    weiter so ;P

    peace

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    Nice lines and colours! I like those face-pages. More!

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    big update 12 - 26

    Thanks for the last comments guys, I havent had the
    chance to post on CA for a couple of months due to
    my move to another city and the fact that I do not
    own a computer so far. So I thought that I should
    post some pics I took with a digital cam of some drawings
    and sketches that I made within the last months. Hope you
    enjoy!

    "the move to leipzig"
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    fucked up on the face so i left it like that ...
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    the view from our balcony - sorta value study (it was freezin' coold that day outside)
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    peeps in the bar
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    from my anatomy class
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    this is a modell i made for anatomy, sorta abstract, but it
    shows how the muscles for front and back relate if you bend
    the torso.

    [img]X[/img]

    cheers,
    pierre

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    The pic from your move to leipzig is well executed. You have very selfconfident lines in there, I like it. And I think that these skull and skeleton studies you are making are a good way to get the feeling for the human head & figure.
    You only gotta work on your architecture drawing skills. Maybe it helps, if you try to concentrate on the outlines and main edges only. Keep away those shadings for the beginning, the rendering can come later I think.

    Keep up!

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